Freddie Krug comments

Posted in: Life on Mars: Japanese astronaut dreams after lake discovery See in context

Everybody wanted to own big piece of land and Mars there is an opportunity. If humanity didn't go to Mars to preserve the lake it might be gone.

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Posted in: Snowstorm kills roadside rescuer in Hokkaido See in context

Should have carry mobile phone. At least can give a call when in trouble.

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Posted in: Disposal of low-level radioactive waste from Fukushima nuclear disaster begins See in context

Use the ash as fertiliser on forest to establish peat soil. The nature will reduce the radioactivity.

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Posted in: Wagyu Olympics held amid growing demand for luxury beef See in context

The price is quite expensive.

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Posted in: Sea Shepherd pulls plug on campaign to disrupt Japan whale hunt See in context

I guess everybody need to think of a way to increase the whale population in the ocean as well as other species of marine life for the future of humanity and ecosystem.

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Posted in: Heatstroke concerns mount over 2020 Tokyo Olympic marathon See in context

If they are allowed to use refrigerant vest then no heat stroke.

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Posted in: NPOs worry as child suicides tend to rise after summer break See in context

There is something in schooling that is so fearsome and they might not get enough of vacation.

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Posted in: Kono asks China to learn 'how to behave as big power' See in context

The this is many major countries have already stop behaving like big country. Behaving like a big country in the perception of general public is that always provide free tax for produce from small countries but own produce taxed heavily in small countries, provide technology transfer (seems as a must by small country), provide financial aids to small countries, provide humanitarian relief whenever a disaster happened while no help at all when disaster happen to big country, must allow breach of intellectual patents to small country. All these only one sided benefits that is why there is a calling throughout the world for making a natio great again. APEC have lost its biggest partner.

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Posted in: Abe sticks to plan to hike consumption tax in October 2019 See in context

The introduction of GST at 6% had actually burdened the people in some countries. 10% in this recession economy is income to the government but bad for the people.

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Posted in: Abe says he'll focus on bread-and-butter issues such as jobs See in context

How come third world countries growth can hit above 4% with so much commendation from IMF and UN while developed countries economy barely go above 1%.

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Posted in: LDP eyes adding clause to Constitution to ensure equal education See in context

Free education is the favourite topic all over the world and a must for socialist nation. Free education will do away with scholarship but another thing for free education is also to have no age limit for university enrolment and no age limit for scholarship receiver if there is still scholarship. Is this applicable to international students? Biggest problem faced in free education is paying the staffs salary and institution expenditure.

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Posted in: Nuclear plant must release contaminated water See in context

This called for reverse osmosis plus cultivating algae for the brine water to remove radioactivity.

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Posted in: Abe says he will reshuffle cabinet in early August See in context

Many prime ministers did this, early election or cabinet reshuffle. But most didn't help at all.

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Posted in: Crown prince says he will devote himself 'body and soul' to job as emperor See in context

I think it is not so difficult for this job. There is no specific performance target to achieve. Just need to being respectful.

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Posted in: Veterinarians team up to help pets, livestock in time of disaster See in context

I guess the govt veterinary dept need to play a big role as well. It is good to have private sector volunteer but may not be reliable. The private sector vet are best to get and establish periodic medical checkup and vaccination contracts for all livestock farms to prevent disease outbreak.

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Posted in: Doctors: Radiation not biggest impact on Fukushima residents' health See in context

Sometime the medical bill is the biggest impact on health.

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Posted in: No. of foreign workers in Japan tops 1 mil for first time See in context

Is it posted in jobstreet or jobsdb?

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Posted in: The secret world of Japan's hidden Christians See in context

Many might still remember Tokugawa shogunate history

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Posted in: Casino bill clears panel, paving way to legalize gambling See in context

One cannot stop gambler from going to oversea casino, so it is best every countries have one casino.

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Posted in: Pro- and anti-whaling nations clash at IWC meeting See in context

Whales are near extinction and need to be protected to reach high population. Scientific study should also require nations involved to embark on IVF breeding rather than just wait for nature that is too long to wait. But the last moby dick movie might encourage hunting games giving image of whale as monster.

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Posted in: Osaka sushi chain apologizes for using too much wasabi in foreign customers' orders See in context

Wasabi is nice, just couldn't get enough of it.

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Posted in: Court upholds injunction to halt restart of Takahama reactors See in context

Bad for the economy.

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Posted in: 50 dead, 53 wounded in Florida nightclub shooting See in context

Will this remind people of Paris shooting incident again.

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Posted in: Japan to cut emphasis on nuclear power in next energy plan See in context

Looks like farming, live stocks, waste to energy and waste food to energy will get the government attention.

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Posted in: Abe to delay sales tax hike over economy fears: Nikkei See in context

If sales tax reduce consumption like in other countries then go for income tax which is more fair. High earner higher tax.

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Posted in: H.I.S. cancels travel with 'beautiful girls' campaign after complaints See in context

This campaign can make lots of money. What a pity. Guess it's the girls parents feel very happy.

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Posted in: Japan eyes more foreign workers, challenging immigration taboo See in context

How about making a tour exhibition to recruit workers from south east asia. Many will work in Japan.

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Posted in: Lawyer continues 20-year campaign against nuclear power See in context

He sure is not an economist. A true economist will support for all nuclear plant to operate and maybe to build more despite the threat of terrorism.

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Posted in: Regulators OK underground ice wall around Fukushima plant See in context

Lets not scare the public

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Posted in: Japan accepts 27 refugees last year; rejects 99% of applications See in context

It is good to be refugee.

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