30th Jun


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One thing that could push us into a crash of sorts would be a grexit from the euro, or even from the eu, things seem to be getting nowhere, with I guess a slightly more positive bias over the week end, that wouldn't be so out of the blue. Normally I agree these things do seem to happen from nowhere. K

we must recall that much of the blame for eu enlargement falls to the uk, it was John Major, who as a way of combating closer integration argued for a wider not deeper europe. Which was always madness, letting in spain, portual and greece never mind all of eastern europe. Still we have to start from here. K

So if you burn coal and don't cut down trees for biomass what is the saving on co2? - surely if you cut down trees use the bulk of the tree as wood, and burn the offcuts and waste, this returns a proportion of the carbon to the atmosphere, say 50% as long as the trees are farmed and replaced each time only half the…

Not looked at flow group specifically, so I can't comment, but gas is much cheaper per kw than electricity, and the by product of generating electricity through some form of boiler/generator is heat. If there's a feed in tarrif, so you can sell excess electricity back to the grid at peak times while heating water for the next morning, that sounds like something that should…

Yes it's rather embarrassing to see how some brits behave after a few beers. I don't see other countries having a culture of going out to get drunk, they might have a few drinks, and eat too, but the going out to drink and drink is much more widespread in the uk than other countries. Have a good time by all means but when you…

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