Confusing Prose

  1. We’ve introduced to you some evidence that may be in opposition to supporting wind power in the great lakes. Based on our research, we recommend careful consideration of the–sometimes ignored–negative side of alternative energy. Our presentation is not intended to disprove the potential necessity of wind power, but merely to incite debate as to the causes for concern. Mitigation of risk is universally a priority of science, and some articles effectively presented these methodologies for further review and advancement.

 

 

This was for an Environmental Science paper. I have no idea what this even means, even though my group wrote it. I think we used a lot of big argumentative words in order to try and sound like we were making a point but I don’t think we really had one.

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