No, but to get independent from fossil fuels especially from Russian ones asap. There's not a single person over here who would deny that was a capital mistake not to have diversified our energy imports. Instead we walked right into Putin's trap of ridiculously cheap fossil fuels. We meaning industry, consumers, and politicians. Everybody wanted to benefit from cheap energy supplies and not just "politicians" as our populist party keeps claiming.That does not sound good Thomas. What is the answer. The EU to take the Gazprom pipelines by force?
You'll probably freeze, just like usSo did I. 14 deg outside which feels chilly right now after the warmth. Not very comfy inside either. Normally, I'd turn the heating on but now we're freezing for Putin already. What will it be like in winter?
My gosh I remember the heatwave we had in the summer when the temps were in the 40s, it started to make me feel ill. We have a cold front heading our way, and there's talk of ground frost, you'll never know how happy this time of year makes me feelWhen the mercury reaches 40c Jess. Open my door and walk into a furnace. So I really feel for you Poms now enduring similar temps when you are used to far lower ones.
that makes me feel cold just thinking about it Jess. I prefer walks on a balmy summer evening not in an ice box.It's 14 degrees here I don't have my central heating on but I am wearing a fleece top, it's colder of an evening and later on after dinner I'm going for a walk around my neighbourhood
I've lived through it for a 1 year trial as a kid plus a 3 year one around 15 years ago and hated it with a passion. In saying that I think it's just personal preference and understand why some like it.DS starts in some Aussie states today. Now I am older I dont find it of any great benefit. It certainly annoys we when a cricket match is played in the West as it adds an extra hour to the starting time.