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Posted in: At least 120 killed in six Paris terror attacks; police hunt for accomplices See in context

It is the extremists that is the problem not anybody else. Until the west realize this the problem will not be solved. Neither Bush nor Obama created the terrorists. Some people still live in lala land. There are bad guys on this planet and they are neither liberals nor conservatives.

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Posted in: CO2 levels hit record high for 30th year in a row in 2014 See in context

So a .001% in CO2 will lead to a runaway climate change? Laughable.

There will always be believers of end-of-the-world predictions. These are usually the people who think too much of themselves. They can destroy the world. They can save the world. Delusions.

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Posted in: Grandparents seen as cash cows in Japan See in context

Generalizations like this are for the low IQs.

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Posted in: Welcome See in context

no need to find fault in everything. lighten up some.

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Posted in: WHO: Processed meat linked to cancer; red meat is risky too See in context

-> browny1 Nitrates/nitrates are not known carcinogens. They are no hard evidence to prove that. IARC have pronounced them "probably" carcinogenic. Weasel words like that should warn you. I notice you use a lot of weasel words too. Probably, potentially, yeah right. Vegetable (celery) can contain to as much as 50x nitrates so yeah eating 250 gms of delicious meat will give you the same amount of nitrates as 5 gms of celery.

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Posted in: WHO: Processed meat linked to cancer; red meat is risky too See in context

Residual growth hormones content of beef are negligible compared to what human naturally produces. If you are afraid of hormones you should avoid tofu which contains a several millions times more estrogen than beef. ex. per 500 gms, tofu -> 110,000,000 ng of estrogen, beef -> 7 ng, "natural" beef -> 5, eggs -> 555, soy flour -> 755,000,000

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Posted in: WHO: Processed meat linked to cancer; red meat is risky too See in context

Lies damn lies and statistics. Correlation is not causation.

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Posted in: Five types of foreigner you’ll meet in Japan See in context

I think 'hateimus japanicus' is basically a myth. I've never met one in real life but if all you do is read internet comments, you might get the impression that they are the only type of foreigner in Japan.

They exist, unfortunately they seem to have all the free time in the world to post their whinings and bitchings.

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Posted in: McDonald's Japan hit by another food scandal See in context

How can you be offended by the word "headcount"? People may think you have issues.

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Posted in: Taiji dolphin hunt begins; coastal whaling set to start See in context

"There is no need to slaughter either the dolphins or whales, NONE., It's stupid arrogance and pride that keeps it going."

It is pure arrogance to think that you are the moral authority on what other people should or should not eat.

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Posted in: Taiji dolphin hunt begins; coastal whaling set to start See in context

It is inconceivable that some people do not follow the same rules and value the same things as us. We should convert the heathens! Ours is the true and righteous way.

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Posted in: Taiji dolphin hunt begins; coastal whaling set to start See in context

Shame some cultures are different.

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Posted in: Taiji dolphin hunt begins; coastal whaling set to start See in context

A small town doing evil. One of the many victims of the self righteous ones.

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Posted in: Netflix starts Japan service See in context

There are Japanese dubs/subs for English movies but Japanese movies don't have foreign language dubs/subs. I am disappoint.

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Posted in: Japan nuclear power outlook bleak despite first reactor restart See in context

@stuart_hayward don't let your living off the grid fantasy run wild.

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Posted in: Japan nuclear power outlook bleak despite first reactor restart See in context

@gyoza_tycoon. I would say they are inefficient they require vast tracts of lands for little unreliable power. Companies like Amazon and Google that say they are 90% or whatever percent renewable are only that on paper. In reality they sell their unreliable power to the grid and power themselves off the grid. Much like Germany which imports nuclear power from France. It is significant to note that France exports nuclear power to Germany, italy, Belgium, and Switzerland.

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Posted in: Japan nuclear power outlook bleak despite first reactor restart See in context

@souka wind and solar power cannot be constructed anywhere. wind like solar requires significantly more land area than nuclear for a given power output. wind(mills) generate low frequency noise that can be hazardous to your health. try living near a windmill. wind and solar are inefficient power generators, expensive to maintain and have a significantly lower lifespan than nuclear. modern batteries used in wind and solar have a lifespan of only a paltry 10 years. companies build these backward technologies only because of government subsidies. wind and solar are unreliable. the only reliable renewable energy is hydropower.

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Posted in: Netflix starts Japan service See in context

The first month is free and you can cancel anytime so you can sign up and see for yourselves.

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Posted in: Pacific bluefin tuna group puts off new moves to save fish See in context

I would guess the market prices will skyrocket before the tuna will perish. Farmed tuna is the vogue nowadays.

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Posted in: Netflix starts Japan service See in context

signed appu!

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

@laguan yeah i agree with you there. nevertheless soot is not co2.

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

@laguna. idk how to explain to you. fossil fuels = hydrocarbons. incomplete = still hydrocarbons remaining. i hope its simple enough.

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

@laguna You just turned an about face. Anyway I'll give you a hint. The black you see in the propaganda pics?, the one you may have mistakenly understood as carbon?, they are not co2, co2 is colorless. Furthermore, those are mostly products of incomplete combustion, hence still attached to H.

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

@Laguna Anyone with a modicum of science education would instantly recognize that carbon does not exist as an element in the atmosphere. Did you mean Carbon Dioxide perhaps? Carbon locked in a physical item? LOL you are too funny. Where did you get your science education?

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

Wow you think the world will end in our kid's lifetime?

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

Population Explosion is so 70's.

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Posted in: Taiwan swipe card with Japanese porn star image sells out in 4 hours See in context

I like her face and acting skills.

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Posted in: Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier to sound alarm on climate chang See in context

I'm sure Obama can stop glaciers from melting. Keep the faith.

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Posted in: Obama paints doomsday scene of global warming in Alaska See in context

Gordon Brown, 2009: only “50 days to save the world from global warming,” the BBC reported. According to Brown there was “no plan B.”

Rajendra Pachauri (former IPCC head)i, 2007 : if “there’s no action before 2012, that’s too late. What we do in the next two to three years will determine our future. This is the defining moment,”

Too many to list. We owe all our lives many times over to these men.

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Posted in: Obama paints doomsday scene of global warming in Alaska See in context

We should be thankful for the Climate Nuts, they have already saved the earth twice:

James Hansen, 2009: Obama Has 4 Years to Save the Earth.

Prince Charles, 2009: Nations have "less than 100 months to act" to save the planet from irreversible damage due to climate change.

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