ajk comments

Posted in: Tokyo, 15 other prefectures facing power shortage See in context

Turn all the nukes back on.

I'm afraid there might be not enough nuclear fuel in Japan as current generation of Japanese nuclear stations require U235 and Japan is buying it from US, while US is buying it from Russia.

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Posted in: No time to waste, warns Japanese climate activist See in context

Modern coal plants are pretty clean: 99.2% of dust is filtered, so they only emit CO2 which is transformed into the oxygen and food by oceans, swamps and forests. They are also extremely energy efficient. And no complex facilities are required to store coal, just place it under the roof, making it the most catastrophe-resistant power source. There are many highly developed countries among the biggest coal consumers e.g. UAE and Israel.

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Posted in: Toshiba receives ¥2 tril acquisition offer from global fund See in context

CVC are ultraglobalist banksters same as Blackrock, they will eventually destroy Toshiba's real production. Japan should prohibit this acquisition if it wants to remain industrial country.

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Posted in: Anti-nuclear rally See in context

Nuclear energy can be very green (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fast-neutron_reactor) and it produces a lot more and a lot cheaper energy than solar/wind.

Japan should relaunch all of it's nuclear stations and gradually upgrade them with safer reactors if it want's to continue it's industrial and economic growth.

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Posted in: Japan reports 1,021 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday; 260 in Tokyo See in context

for the 260 people in Tokyo here's the PCR/Antigen Test

> Positive rate

> 5.9 %

> Number of tested people

> 3,379.0 persons

> https://stopcovid19.metro.tokyo.lg.jp/en/

> Even though 260/3379 is 7.7% but whatevers.

PCR tests are not precise and have false positive rate of more than 6%. I doubt they retested positives 2 more times on different days before reporting these numbers.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports single-day record of 366 new coronavirus infections See in context

PCR tests have at least 6-9% of false positives, meaning you just need to test 6000 people to get these figures.

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