Comment posted Question: How can we license fracking when we have permanent drought? by Robert Wakeham.
Given the geology of the coal measures across from Ayrshire through to Campbeltown, Machrihanish and offshore, is there a possibility of gas that could be unlocked by fracking in this area?
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- Ken, although I’m no great fan of PFI I can’t imagine many projects quite as disastrously managed as a very large hospital that suffers from a ‘fail dangerous’ power supply where the emergency generators have repeatedly failed to kick in when needed – ever since the hospital first opened.
- If someone could invent a way of ensuring that ruminants got a regular glug of red wine the value added for a barbecue product could be a winner.
- ‘…Free-Thinkers and Open-Minded folk….evidently spurious…’ Your arguments seem frequently to be the reverse of open minded, W.S.
- That explains why I’ve never heard a cow fart, but I can assure you that it’s the reverse with goats – at least, if they’re feeding on typical mediterranean scrub. And there are plenty of goats in the world.
Recent comments by Robert Wakeham
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Sounds very ambitious – and a real political hot potato for a state-owned operator if it proved loss-making.
In the past Calmac operated the Ballycastle – Rathlin ferry, outside Scotland, and could surely bid for this again, being a good operational ‘fit’ with their business.
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Longshanks, you really are talking cobblers.
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This is surely an idea that deserves vigorous investigation.
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Actually, Sokay, the Nazi invasion never took place in the 1940s, either; where d’you think we’d be today if it had?
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The A83 is apparently being closed overnight sometime soon at Kilmory, outside Lochgilphead, for resurfacing (yet again) the stretch with inadequate sub-base at Red Lodge, but the Traffic Scotland website indicates convoy working on the night of 22nd – 23rd April, between Lochgair and Lochgilphead, at Brackley, West Lochgilphead, for a high friction surface to be applied.
At least some of this information is computer generated nonsense – but how much?
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