Why solar panels are bad.
Sorry, but this page, on why solar panels are bad, is a bit short, because there is not a lot to say.
If it were about the nuclear industry or the fossil fuel industry then it would be rather more wordy.
Solar panels are inherently bad because they don’t work at night when there is no sun.
Solar panels are irredeemably bad because they don’t work underground, either.
Solar panels are bad company because, socially, they are poor conversationalists.
Solar panels are bad for the economy since they deprive energy companies of annual revenues.
Solar panels are also bad because countries using them are no longer so dependent on other states.
Solar panels are subversive, because they encourage individualism and liberation from markets.
Solar panels fragment social cohesion because their users dare to decentralise power generation.
Don’t buy solar panels. Solar panels are bad bad bad. They will change the world as we know it. (etc.)