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Posted in: Venezuela wins seat on U.N. human rights body despite opposition See in context

The whole UN organization was joking. How can happen most Human Right abusive Government on earth was elected to the U.N. Human Rights Council.

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Posted in: California launches earthquake early warning system it calls best in world See in context

Once we have own SONY Stereo and it had also Earthquake warning system 25 years ago. The radio will wake itself up and announce earthquake information whenever an earthquake strike in Japan. I think now Japan has more advance earthquake warning system via Mobile phone and Radio.

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Posted in: Saturday drama: Brexit battle to be decided in UK Parliament See in context

Boris Johnson has nothing to lose regardless of whether deal or no deal exit. If he won support from Parliament and then he wins. If he lost the support of Parliament and then he wins again. The EU leaderships were scared of no deal exit. So they signed and agreed to Boris Johnson's Brexit proposal. Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party will agree to support Boris Johnson's Brexit proposal because it's the best option for Northern Ireland regardless. Boris Johnson was doing alright whether you dislike him or like him. You have to credit him.

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Posted in: Boeing, FAA both faulted in certification of the 737 Max See in context

If I know in advance my flight will be flying 737 MAX and then I won't be boarded on the plane. Boeing must change the 737 MAX series name. If the Boeing Company insists to change the name of 737 MAX and then there will be another problem for Boeing Company. Boeing will lose customers to Airbus.

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Posted in: Companies welcome U.S.-China trade truce, warn disputes remain See in context

Washington, Europe, Japan and other trading partners say China's plans violate its market-opening obligations and are based on stealing or pressuring companies to hand over technology. Chinese leaders see those tactics as the surest path to prosperity and global influence.

The Chinese Government must give up and cancel the law which force foreign Company to transfer its technology to a Chinese Company. It's unfair and unlawful practice by Communist China.

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Posted in: Struggling WeWork mulls bailout deals with SoftBank, JP Morgan See in context

Real Estate Market is always a volatile business environment and risky an investment. The firm valuation was stated as $47 billion in January 2019 and now it was worth less than $ 20 billion.

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Posted in: Caravan of 2,000 migrants head toward U.S. from south Mexico See in context

The world rich and poor gap was becoming too much and the rich peoples should help poor peoples more. Some big name charity foundations are scams and they never deliver direct poor peoples in Africa and some poorest countries on earth. They use the charity money as administration costs and just a little money go to local NGO groups. The big name charity foundations are raising money for their own living expense. If they get help directly from big name NGOs from the west and then they will not their country.

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Posted in: Nobel laureate Yoshino craves more research discoveries See in context

daito_hak. I am sorry but I don’t think that Yoshino deserves the Nobel.

You need to go to the Wikipedia and read carefully about these three the winner of the Nobel prize in chemistry in 2019. Without Akira Yoshino research, discovery and invention, there has yet to be mass production of safe and powerful today lithium-ion battery.

Professor John B. Goodenough was 97 years old and he won't be able to make improvement in his Lithium Battery which was doubling Whittingham’s two-volt capacity to four volts. Yoshino-san has finished Goodenough and Whittingham work with his own discovery. Then, he invented safe and powerful the lithium-ion battery. They all deserved to Nobel Prize.

"Indeed, it was in the 1970s that Whittingham began investigating the use of lithium, the smallest and lightest metal in the periodic table of the elements. That size and weight made it possible to pack a lot of lithium into a small space, unlike the large and heavy lead-acid batteries that dominated at the time. Lithium had another advantage: it easily gave up its electrons, and batteries produce electricity when electrons flow from one end, called the anode, to the other, called the cathode. Whittingham put metallic lithium in one end and a layered material called titanium disulfide at the other; the titanium had spaces that could capture the flowing electrons.

But this combination of materials had the unfortunate potential to explode.

Around 1980 Goodenough switched out the titanium for another layered material, cobalt oxide, which proved to be more stable. His battery was also more powerful, doubling Whittingham’s two-volt capacity to four volts.

Then, in 1985, Yoshino changed the material at the anode end of the battery to something called petroleum coke, to which he could add lithium. Electrons flowed easily and safely between the two ends without reacting with surrounding materials and degrading them.

This combination of qualities gave Yoshino’s battery a long life and meant it could be recharged multiple times without losing performance. In 1991 a Japanese company began selling the first commercial version of this battery, and a new world of mobile electronics began to take shape."

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/high-energy-award-lithium-batteries-win-2019-nobel-prize-in-chemistry1/

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Posted in: Nobel laureate Yoshino craves more research discoveries See in context

daito_hak. I am sorry but I don’t think that Yoshino deserves the Nobel.

You need to go to the Wikipedia and read carefully about these three the Nobel prize in chemistry for 2019.

Indeed, it was in the 1970s that Whittingham began investigating the use of lithium, the smallest and lightest metal in the periodic table of the elements. That size and weight made it possible to pack a lot of lithium into a small space, unlike the large and heavy lead-acid batteries that dominated at the time. Lithium had another advantage: it easily gave up its electrons, and batteries produce electricity when electrons flow from one end, called the anode, to the other, called the cathode. Whittingham put metallic lithium in one end and a layered material called titanium disulfide at the other; the titanium had spaces that could capture the flowing electrons.

But this combination of materials had the unfortunate potential to explode.

Around 1980 Goodenough switched out the titanium for another layered material, cobalt oxide, which proved to be more stable. His battery was also more powerful, doubling Whittingham’s two-volt capacity to four volts.

Then, in 1985, Yoshino changed the material at the anode end of the battery to something called petroleum coke, to which he could add lithium. Electrons flowed easily and safely between the two ends without reacting with surrounding materials and degrading them.

This combination of qualities gave Yoshino’s battery a long life and meant it could be recharged multiple times without losing performance. In 1991 a Japanese company began selling the first commercial version of this battery, and a new world of mobile electronics began to take shape.

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/high-energy-award-lithium-batteries-win-2019-nobel-prize-in-chemistry1/

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Posted in: EU sees hope in Brexit talks; Irish leader sees wide gaps See in context

Brexit without deal will make Britain in favor when come to negotiate a trade. The French in particular, the French Government will not scarify its economy. So the French Government will favor the UK Government and in return, the French Government will seek better deal for the French Wine and Champagne, the French cars from the UK Government. Also German Government will seek a similar deal with the UK Government.

Currently the UK was dealing with a bunch of idiots from the EU. The UK has to deal and negotiate with selective two main players French Governments and German Government after no deal Brexit.

Also the EU future will depend on how the UK's economy is doing after Brexit.

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Posted in: U.S. prefers a 'big deal' with China: Trump See in context

China is waiting for the 2020 presidential election result. I don't think the trade disputes will sort out before 2020 election.

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Posted in: Climate activists block roads, protest in Australian cities See in context

Peoples hate them.

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Posted in: Lam says Chinese military could step in if uprising gets bad See in context

The Chinese Government should have been stepped in a month ago. The demonstrators are more and more using violent and destructive behavior every day. The only peoples who economically lost are Hong Kong peoples. They know there's no freedom or independence from the China and Hong Kong is territory of China. There's no point to use violent and destructive behavior to get freedom from China.

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Posted in: SoftBank's plans for second mega-fund hit by WeWork debacle See in context

Now Amber light in Soft Bank and if he can't pass Amber and then the Softbank will caught Red Light in near future. His Softbank expansion was too fast and too big.

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Posted in: EU presses UK to resubmit Brexit plan as end-game looms See in context

It's waste of times and leave the EU with no deal if the EU idiots didn't accept the latest proposal. That's it.

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Posted in: Toyota to raise stake in Subaru to boost joint tech development See in context

Toyota also needs to increase its stake in Yamaha to 25% .

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Posted in: Man arrested for forcibly confining teenage girl he met online See in context

Now this unemployment man will get permanent job and free sleeping space for his crime.

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Posted in: Over 500,000 torchbearer applications received for Tokyo 2020 Olympic torch relay See in context

Where can we sent our application form for torchbearer?

Our Shima will be happy if one of us got lucky.

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Posted in: U.S. aid to Ukraine helps country battle Russian-backed forces See in context

Those weapons and equipment could end up in the black market.

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Posted in: Johnson goads opponents to call election as Brexit chaos deepens See in context

It looks like Jeremy Corbyn and his Labor Party was a coward and scare of election. It seems to be Jeremy Corbyn and his Labor Party think they cannot win the election.

Why don't Labor change its leadership if they think the Labor Party cannot win election with Jeremy Corbyn?

Britain must have a fresh election to break the Brexit deadlock.

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Posted in: Global youth protests urge climate action See in context

If they go and plant trees and then it's better than making noise and blocking streets.

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Posted in: After losing 'Friends,' Netflix buys rights to 'Seinfeld' See in context

I have "Seinfeld" DVDs for most of the series I bought them from eBay.

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Posted in: Osaka reaches quarterfinals at Pan Pacific Open See in context

I hope she has no problem with stomach and knee problem this time.

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Posted in: Johnson confronted by angry parent at hospital See in context

Hey Omar Salem, Boris Johnson has been in Prime Minister Office for just two months.

How can you think Boris Johnson has destroyed NHS?

It doesn't matter.

You have insulted the doctors and nurses at the Hospital where your daughter was patient.

Doctors and nurses are doing their job and they know what they are doing best for your daughter. They do not neglect your daughter treatment. The doctors and nurses will do all necessary treatment for your child, but they do not do unnecessary things. You have accused the Hospital for neglected your daughter treatment. That you're insulting and disrespecting to the integrity of the doctors and nurses.

Every doctor and nurse will give their patients all necessary treatment and they will do their best effort to save their patient's life even if there was a shortage of medical supplies. I believe you owe an apology to the doctors and nurses at the Hospital where your daughter has been treated by the doctors and the nurses.

If you're a civilized person and then you must go and say apology to doctors and nurses who are treating your child.

You're also opportunist and you have created 15 minutes of fame for yourself. Shame on you Omar.

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Posted in: Trump orders more Iran sanctions as Saudi Arabia displays attack evidence See in context

The US should destroy Iranian Missile launchers and Radar stations in Iran. Iran sponsors all kinds of terrorism in the world. Before I think the regime change in Iran was unnecessary, but now I think the clergy regime in Iran must change for the sake of world peace.

I believe the Iran was secretly developing nuclear weapon. The nuclear facility in Iran must destroy before the clergy regime own nuclear weapon.

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Posted in: Cities compete for panda as Japan-China relations improve See in context

Akita weather will suit Panda's welfare compare to Kobe and Sendai.

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Posted in: Israel approves new settlement 2 days before polls See in context

One day, the world can be ended, but the problem between the Israeli and Palestinian will never end. The more Palestinian demand, the more they lost lands. I don't see any chance of Palestinians to have their own Palestinian State in future.

Israeli Government should not evict Palestinians from West Bank, where a new settlement was approved and Israeli Government must offer Israeli citizenship to Palestinians who are living on annexed Palestinian land.

The Israeli Government eviction of Palestinian peoples from their lands without compensation was unfair and it will reflect a bad image of the Israeli Government in the international community.

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Posted in: Boris Johnson likens Britain to Hulk in Brexit fight See in context

Party leader Jo Swinson said Article 50, which triggered Brexit, would be revoked if she becomes prime minister.

I bet, she will never become a UK Prime Minister. The Labor has no chanced. They know the Labor won't win with leftist socialist leader Jeremy Corbyn. So they object fresh Election.

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Posted in: S Korean opposition leader shaves head to protest against justice minister See in context

Korean style of protesting. It cool.

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Posted in: Saudi Arabia says drone attacks knocked out half its oil supply See in context

It's no good attacking on Oil production. The Gasoline price was already increased in yesterday. The Iranian regime will sell Oil in the black market at high prices.

Huthi rebel does not have the money and technology for producing UAV-X drone. Perhaps, the Iranian regime has supplied parts and assembly in Huthi rebel control area.

Iran regime is supporting terrorism around the world. The Iran clergy regime is using oil money to supporting Assad regime in Syria, Hezbollah Militia in Lebanon and Huthi in Yemen as well as Africa and Asia. Also, the regime was oppressing on its citizens. The welfare of Iranian peoples were ignorant and majority of oil income were supporting overseas terrorism network by the Iranian regime.

If an American direct attack on the Iranian clergy regime and then I'll support it, but I will not support attacking of civilians. I'll wait and see whether President Trump has gut to declare war of the Iranian regime or not.

Huthi rebel does not have the money and technology for producing UAV-X drone. Perhaps, the Iranian regime has supplied parts and assembly in Huthi rebel control area. Obviously, Iranian clergy regime was involved in attacking on Saudi oil field.

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