You only lose if you sell, MattyDee. Those poor souls who were gulled into selling at a loss by the quite evil shorters who lurk on here with the intent of enriching themselves by lying are the one I feel sorry for, but I suspect most PIs on here are nursing only paper loses.
And may I say how *delighted* I am that Mr Crane has a bill of £42,000. After all his fearmongering and prophesising of doom I danced a little jig upon finding out!
You've missed the point, on a freezing cold evening in February there will be precious little electricity generated from renewable sources. There must be a fossil fuel or nuclear backup source. What's your choice?
BTW did anyone see those anti-fracking protestors yesterday supposedly baking a cake from a wood stove and solar power. I wonder if they realise that the WHO states that thousands of people, mostly women and children, die each year from indoor pollution caused by solid fuel stoves. Cheap clean gas saves lives.
Missed point. The real truth is that Greenpeace and FoE are against the use of fossil fuels, and that is what they should stick to. However, unable to convince anybody, much, to stop fracking because of its environmental impact, they have sought to spread lies, inuendo and plain untruths about the dangers of fracking. These dangers do not exist and they are fabricated merely to further the anti's mission . Greenpeace and FoE lose a lot of credibility by resorting to spreading disinformation
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