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Posted in: New 'Monster Hunter' attraction at Universal Studios Japan lets you hunt monsters in VR See in context

It'll be cool

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Posted in: Wikipedia parent's new CEO wants to make it more global See in context

I can't figure out why Wikipedia doesn't serve ads? It's better than running a big banner: give it to us, beggars, out of your grace.

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Posted in: Doves and fighter jets: China's Communists mark their centenary See in context

I was born and raised in the USSR. It was a great power. China lagged behind us very much and people there lived much worse. In 1991, the USSR did not become - we lost the third world war. We abandoned communism and followed the path of Western democracy. Only the West did not help us - there was no Marshal's plan. And instead of the communists, bandits and thieves came to power. Life has become much harder and worse. And China went its own way. And today it has become the second largest economy in the world. Want to beat China? Start growing quickly as well. And if you cannot, then why envy and disturb others? The majority where he writes here lives in the "golden billion". Do you think other people do not want to eat deliciously and live richly just like you?

China is a country where today is better than yesterday. And I, too, once lived in such a country. And he was happy. How happy a billion Chinese are today. They are really proud of their country. I'm happy for them.

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Posted in: To navigate dangers of the web, you need critical thinking – and also critical ignoring See in context

The Internet is a big dump. And it is true. It is also true that there are grains of gold in this garbage, you just need to be able to look for them. If I need information, I look at three different sites. This helped me create an online technology for accurate prediction of the strength, place and time of earthquakes. If you look directly - scientists said that this is not possible. But as soon as I looked a little, it turned out that this is possible. Although this is unnecessary for seismologists - why should they lose their jobs, symposia and conferences?

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Posted in: Genocide survivors can offer a way to heal from the trauma of the pandemic See in context

Genocide is different. The time will come and the world will learn the truth about one more, "Russian genocide".

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Posted in: Chinese spacecraft lands on Mars in latest advance for its space program See in context

I often think, what could the USSR be like if it collapsed? Where and who was China in 1980, and where is it compared to Russia now? We have lost our Tao, the Chinese have found it.

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Posted in: Tech giants join call for funding U.S. chip production See in context

If I lived in Japan, I would say that now is the time to move on to fundamentally new chipsets with ternary logic. As long as the US spends money on conventional chips with binary logic, Japan could get ahead in this race. Computing systems with ternary logic, they are, in principle, different: since they are based not on binary mathematics, but on ternary.

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Posted in: G7 to consider mechanism to counter Russian 'propaganda' See in context

Truth is the most powerful weapon. How can you lose an information war with the truth? If the truth is on the side of G7, then why are they afraid of Russia and China?

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Posted in: S Korean fishermen protest See in context

You can also condemn typhoons, tsunamis, earthquakes. This is all bad, but what to do about it? The fisherman wants to bequeath his sea to his children, but has he thought about his grandchildren? All the same, this water will not go anywhere by itself. Better a horrible end than endless horror.

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Posted in: Leaders of Russia and China tighten their grips, grow closer See in context

I have been living in Russia for 35 years. China is an hour away by car. Being engaged in business, at one time he had a firm in Hong Kong. I will speak from these positions.

Consolidation of political positions between Russia and China is taking place. The power structures of the two police regimes are very similar. The totalitarian system of China has recently been increasingly transforming into an authoritarian one, which Russia has been for 20 years. Xi Jinping and Putin have a common value system and understand each other well.

Russia's drift towards China is largely due to the inflexible policies of the West and the United States. They do not understand the principles of governance under authoritarian regimes and do not know how to work effectively with them. Russia needs China as a supplier of various goods, all industrial production in Russia has been destroyed. Today in Russian stores, on an ordinary shovel, there is a brand: Made in China.

On the part of China, no special political steps towards Russia have been made - it itself floats towards it. China needs Russia as a supplier of strategic raw materials: fertilizers, timber, metal, energy, in exchange for which China supplies beads to Russia.

Russia does not have modern military technologies - after the collapse of the USSR, 30 years have passed and all Soviet developments are already outdated. China has such developments, but it is not even close to sharing them, especially since Russia itself cannot produce anything - the overwhelming majority of military enterprises have been destroyed.

The only power that Russia has is the huge nuclear arsenal created during the years of the USSR. Even if these missiles do not fly anywhere, but explode in their mines, the damage caused will be colossal. Therefore, Putin is not afraid of any external aggression.

The rapprochement between Russia and China in reality does not create any new threat either for Japan or for South Korea. The only countries that should be wary of this union are Kazakhstan and Turkey. Both of these countries are not strongly integrated into the existing security system (although Turkey is a NATO member, and Kazakhstan periodically tries to show its super loyalty to China).

And the last thing. As a person whose ancestors were Ainu and for whom Japan is not a foreign country, I will say this: today Japan does not need to think about Russia or China. Nothing new is happening there. But relations with South Korea need to be changed - this is the closest friend and neighbor, albeit not the most ideal one. And Japan itself also needs to change - for 30 years already. how the Japanese economy stands still. Don't know what to change - ask me.

Rechkabo Kakuhoningen is the author of TRON /

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Posted in: Starving for more chips in a tech-hungry world See in context

We need to produce other chips with three-digit logic. Such systems are faster and more efficient - this is what science and mathematics say. Don't put on a sail - the steamer will still be faster. Many want to stop progress for their own benefit. But no one ever succeeded. Chips with ternary logic - invested a million, received a billion.

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Posted in: 6 tips to help you detect fake science news See in context

There are two types of fake news. The first are theories. Flat land. Reptilians around. An accurate forecast of earthquakes is impossible. Car engine on water. And then let him write whatever he wants. People have the right to make mistakes in thinking. The second fake news is practical medicine advice. Tips that people can use directly on themselves. And here it is necessary to punish harshly and immediately for deception. To fine two people a large sum for falsifying scientific results - no one else will lie.

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Posted in: AINU trademark application in China criticized by Japan's indigenous people See in context

I am Ainu from Russia. But here my people are banned. In Japan, Ainu were recognized by the people in 2008. And the state of Japan must protect our name. From everyone - from the Chinese, from the Americans, from the Russians, from the British - from everyone. We're few. So what? The man is big, weighs one hundred kilograms. He has an organ that leads a thousand times less - one hundred grams. It is not important, is it an organ? If the eye is small, then it is not important? Ainu is the eye of Japan through which she looks at her past. Take images of Emperor Jimmu and look at him. Seers see.

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Posted in: Japan builds 'Ethnic Harmony' tribute to indigenous Ainu See in context

Scholars say the Ainu settled in Japan's northernmost island and across Sakhalin, Russia, by the 1300s.

Who are these people? What are they talking about? What year is 1300? Do they even know the story? Or do they even have Wikipedia not working?

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Posted in: Japanese tours to disputed islets under Russian control begin See in context

These islands have a host. And this is not Russia. And this is not Japan. This is the land of the Ainu. In Japan, there are 20,000 of us. In Russia, there are 118. And in order to resolve the territorial dispute between Russia and Japan once and for all, these islands should be my people. 17,000 years have passed since Ayoyn, and his descendants have earned the right to have their own small land. But in another way.

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Posted in: 6 things Japanese expats miss most about Japan See in context

Why I love Japan in everyday terms. 1) No tip. 2) Carp in the river in the center of Tokyo. 3) Very beautiful women. 4) Service for the disabled.

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Posted in: Actress Emi Takei is TV commercial queen for 2013 See in context

This clip?

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Posted in: The Top 500 Japanese Words See in context

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Posted in: Rescued by monks See in context

Sect of fear - not to go to church

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Posted in: Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang leaving company See in context

Now Yahoo has a good community for earthquakes. They could predict alternation Internet time, place, and the epicenter of the earthquake with the help of technology Tron But Yahoo does not want it. I asked them, why do not you want to make a prediction of earthquakes in Japan and China? Yahoo! is silent. Maybe the new CEO wants to make services for people, not for programmers?

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Posted in: Yahoo! restaurant reviews and rankings manipulated by fake comment companies See in context

Yahoo shameful company. Not for nothing they say about it: the titans of technology, the Pygmies in the business.

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Posted in: TV commercial of the week: Toyota and Doraemon See in context

Sorry for Toyota. A good, strong company was, and now, as you can see - even the PR can not do. And Jean Reno does not like to Ainu

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Posted in: Future cancers caused by Fukushima radiation may be hidden See in context

Many don’t trust gov’t reassurances and rightly so. Ainu Russia for six months writing letters to the Japanese officials that they would have used our technology treatment of children Fukushima. But officials of Japan, it is not necessary. In the next 16 years, Japanese people will pay billions for the fact that today in 2011 the Japanese government is asleep.

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Posted in: Shiga temple bans visits by gangsters See in context

dharmadan Yakuza don't need no religion. In the yakuza have their very, very ancient religion. And if the Japanese will not yakuza, the crime will be like in America. The Japanese want it?

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Posted in: The trouble with translating See in context

There are various problems with the translation. Such as Google translates the name of the Ainu people with character "barbarians." The Ainu were once our ancestors and us strange to read a translation about the people who invented the world's first pottery and created the first in Asia republic. But if 29,000 Ainu in Japan believe their ancestors barbarians, we are, Aynur (Ainu Russia), only 100 people, and we ourselves do not believe the barbarians. Translation from one language to another should be done only bilingual, then no problem.

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Posted in: Russia tells Japan to put trade first See in context

In Russia there are people offering to return the Kurile Islands of Japan. But Japan does not want to work in this direction. Politicians are accustomed to lots of talk and not do anything really.

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Posted in: Fostering an ecosystem for entrepreneurs to promote growth See in context

Mr. YOSHITO HORI Let the total words to action. There is a technology of earthquake prediction PEPO < > Make it so that it would project worked in Japan. He gave jobs to Japan, paid taxes, developed related technology. Make and let the whole world to see that Japan's high-tech business do better than in America or China. Today, more people believe in real actions, not fine words.

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Posted in: Fukushima nuclear pollution in sea was world's worst: French institute See in context

From the ocean to rise no Gozo, and Cthulhu, who is also Chronos - an ancient dragon, guardian priest of life on Earth.

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Posted in: With eye on Asian market, LinkedIn launches in Japanese See in context

ironchef +++ Even we, as wild barbarians, as we pervodit Google, and it is already there

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Posted in: Fukushima City begins decontamination of homes See in context

It's not about the amounts and in their heads. You can spend $ 100,000,000 other people's money and get the same result for $ 1000. In business it is to be able to invest. If the Japanese government is able to invest, then I do not Ainu, and Korean spaceship. Today, politics - is the ability to please people. And I think the main thing for a politician is the ability to help people. Or am I wrong?

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