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Posted in: Fears grow of Israeli attack on Iran See in context

@WilliB: so you are a media believer. You believe what the media tells you. Have you seen the bomb with your own eyes? If someone tells you they have a bomb, you blindly believe it. The media can talk whatever they want in order to manipulate us and our thinking. Believing in them is optional. Pls keep in mind that they also work for someone and are not doing this out of charity (unfortunately). If they were telling the truth, they would be saying "we have no idea whatsoever if Iran has any nuclear weapons or whether they are into the stuff at all". That would be more accurate.

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Posted in: Only one TEPCO nuclear power plant currently in operation See in context

I also wonder why there are nuclear plants at all if electricity needs can be covered from other power sources, hopefully more and more solar, geothermic, wind and sometime in the future, free energy.

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Posted in: Docomo services disrupted for 4 1/2 hours, affecting 2.52 mil users See in context

I would've thought that was caused by the geomagnetic storm from from yesterday's solar flair. Apparently transmissions could've been influenced.

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Posted in: Waiting for a bite See in context

I was wondering why it was prohibited to swim in Odaiba, the signs are there but they offer no explanation why. So it is about the pollution. The water sure looks dirty... But there are still many kids & people going into the water to play, especially now that it is summer. Each time we go there, I see people in the water.

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Posted in: Companies impose energy limits amid power crunch See in context

@sfjp: I tried to explain this to my boss but he quickly gave me an official list of excuses of why they don't want to do it. I personally think it is ridiculous especially since there is nothing on the roof at the moment. There would be plenty of space to install solar panels. It's just troublesome to look everything up and get it done, hence the list of excuses. What a miserable bunch of sheeple.

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Posted in: Hot commute See in context

I have no idea why more lights in the train cannot be turned off. Typically in one car only two of the neon lights are removed. I'm sure most people would prefer a more bearable environment temperaturewise, compared to bright lighting. At least during summer.

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Posted in: Thousands in Tokyo protest against nuclear power See in context

Until we are able to get free energy from cold fusion or something, I will be very happy to have a solar panel and a windmill on my house. Why can't others do the same? And every company too? At least part of the electricity could be covered from these! Would be a huge difference! Why doesn't the government start encouraging people to set these facilities up ASAP, so that we won't have to have any rolling blackouts in summer?

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Posted in: Yahoo ready to deliver on promise to upgrade email See in context

I also like Chrome and it IS much faster than IE, which becomes apparent on using older computers. I now use Chrome only for my internet usage. I'm also happy with my hotmail account that I've had like forever.

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Posted in: Al-Qaida vows revenge for bin Laden's death See in context

And now we can enjoy more and more safety regulations because of this. Who wants to fly any more. This is only good to force more control on innocent people, assuming that anyone can be a terrorist. Thank you very much.

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Posted in: Sightseeing boat still perched atop Iwate hostel roof See in context

That's funny about the Egyptian comment, I also wanted to say in this context that if we knew exactly how the pyramids were built, it would be piece of cake to lift this ship off from the top of that building.

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Posted in: Pumped up See in context

Wow, this thing is huge!

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Posted in: Doctors warn about Facebook use and teen depression See in context

Actually the proper word should be "acquaintance" or "people I know" instead of "Friends". Maybe "contacts"? But "contacts" does not necessarily mean really knowing that person... I think this is a huge misconception with the Facebook usage of the "Friend" word. I have 84 "friends" but they are not all my friends, in the real meaning of the word, they are just people I know, and I can tell about each one of those people how I know them. I will also not accept any friendship requests from people that I DON'T know.

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Posted in: What is the fairest way to deal with the expected summer power shortage? See in context

Unnecessary neon lights (like ads, store banners etc) should be turned off and there should be actual checkers going around, making sure that this happens. Implement some fines if necessary. Definitely better than raising electricity prices for the average consumer. Even with train stations, public facilities etc obviously making efforts to save electricity by turning off some lights, stopping escalators etc, I'm still amazed to see many lights that could be turned off without causing inconvenience. Why are those still on??? Then of course free energy is available so how about giving it a try? Like that will happen :(

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Posted in: In the future, what should the government do about Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO)? How do you think that company should be run? See in context

Farmers in the vicinity whose businesses have been ruined should be given a hefty compensation. Also, free energy is around. Maybe it is time to start using it?

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Posted in: Tiny amounts of radiation from Japan reach Nevada See in context

What is it about toilet paper that makes people buy it up? Sorry if I'm missing something, but in a disaster it would not be my first priority to stock up on toilet paper.

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