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Posted in: Supercomputer shows humidity affects aerosol spread of coronavirus See in context

so ... typhoons protect Japan from COVID ?

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Posted in: Do you think remote working, where possible, improves productivity, creativity and staff retention for a company? See in context

I'm not comfortable at home working on a little table with a laptop. I need several breaks to stretch.

A real desk, large keyboard, big screens and comfortable chair at the office increase my productivity.

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Posted in: Fishermen oppose release of Fukushima water into ocean See in context

We vigorously oppose

Unfortunately the japanese population is only orally vigorously opposing even when it's a major matter.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 248 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 618 See in context

Good news: The number of infected people in Tokyo with severe symptoms is 22, two down from Wednesday, health officials said.

We all know the value of "*officials said**" *in Japan

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Posted in: Prepare to get rid of 'hanko,' Suga tells government See in context

Welcome to the 20th century!

its actually the 21st century

Looks like you didn't get the joke

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 108 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 396 See in context

Who cares about ther number of test? Here are the numbers that count:

Japan covid 19 deaths 1590

Japan deaths per 100,000, 1.23

Japan case fatality rate 1.9

You're funny

How do you tell accurately the covid-19 fatality rate without enough pre and post-mortem tests ?

Your numbers don't mean anything as well.

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Posted in: Top Japanese chef in France killed himself after false sex claims, say family See in context

Japanese people need to learn two things in life, 1) What other people say and think is not important and 2) You can always start over when you fail. Emphasis on 1.


The "bushido" way to escape bad things isn't the noble way anymore. Fighting your bullies or ignoring them is the best one.

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Posted in: Macron 'ashamed' of Lebanon's political leaders amid crisis See in context

Yellow Vest protest for two years.

all french governments had protesters in the street, nothing new/worst

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Posted in: Japanese actress Yuko Takeuchi, 40, found dead at home in apparent suicide See in context

Suicide in Japan, unfortunately, is not only common in the show business.

This society is sick. And, since the tradition is not to change ... the traditions, the suicide appears to be the best escape from a life you don't want.

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Posted in: Caregiver at nursing home arrested for using vacuum cleaner on resident’s hair See in context

What a news !

So scary !

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Posted in: Do you think China made the coronavirus and released it either deliberately or by accident or it wasn't manmade? See in context

I don't trust China but i don't trust conspiracy fans either.

Wait & see for tangible and concrete proofs.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 220 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 570 See in context

So out of 9M people in Tokyo we have 26 seriously sick with corona.

That's .0000028% of the population. The total number of people with corona is .0026% of the population. But yeah, let's keep making everyone wear masks, and keep making a lot of people wear gloves, force shops to use plastic shields and close early.

Tou'd have the same rhetoric with AIDS ? Let's take our chances with unprotected sex ?

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Posted in: Europe imposes fresh restrictions as global coronavirus cases top 30 million See in context

Europe standards for PCR tests are using a high "Cycle Threshold" resulting a high rate of positive tests even if only few old non-contagious covid-19 fragment are detected.

That explains high infection numbers but low serious cases and deaths numbers.

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Posted in: Suga fans See in context

I can see all the youth of Japan celebrating on this photo

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Posted in: EU chief says UK cannot change EU-UK withdrawal agreement See in context

Those Brexit negotiations already cost millions to both UK & EU.

No winner here.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 191 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 442 See in context

This proves Tokyo is the biggest problem for Japan on the covid-19 front.

The biggest cities are the biggest problem everywhere. How surprising !

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Posted in: France tightens screws on public activities to fight COVID-19 See in context

Raw numbers can scare but France did 8 millions PCR tests with a positivity rate of 3%.

While some countries turn a blind eyes to this pandemy not performing enough tests ...

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Posted in: PM contender Suga hints at consumption tax hike See in context

it was inevitable, covid or not

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Posted in: A chain of 'welding theme parks' is opening in Japan See in context

Just another KidZania derivative.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 170 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 507 See in context

The fatality and seriously ill numbers seem to be very low. Therefore, what's the point of testing more people than is needed, such as those with symptoms and part of a cluster?

The problem is also about lack of post-mortem testing. So you can't precisely determine the fatality rate and hence have a good testing strategy.

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Posted in: California fires burn record 2 million acres See in context

For all those with the tedious unthinking climate alarmists, wildfires are a yearly ritual and have been decreasing for the past 5 or 6 years.

No. 2015, 2017 were the worst in history.

From the 21th century the trend is really bad :,million%20acres%20burned%20in%202018.&text=About%208.8%20million%20acres%20were,with%2010%20million%20in%202017.

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Posted in: Nissan received record ¥130 bil state loan guarantee See in context

Nissan can thank coronavirus for this loan.

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Posted in: U.N. chief urges Japan, others to meet goals on climate change See in context


Accusing China, traditional japanese way of avoiding its own responsabilities.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 136 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 579 See in context

5400 tests and only 136 cases? When the other day there were 900 tests but the same number infected?

To confuse people, they decided to publish the current day's infection number next to tuesday's test number.

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Posted in: Japanese kids suffer near worst mental health among richest nations: report See in context

And we can't accused UNICEF to be biased, Japan is the main donator :)

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Posted in: China commemorates 75th anniversary of end of Pacific War See in context


You’re welcome.


Without US, Soviets would have freed the region eventually, same as Europe.

America only served its own interest.

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Posted in: 75 years later, Japanese-American man recalls bitter internment in U.S. See in context

I like how JT picks up articles to show.

How about balancing with an article about war prisoners of the Japan Empire ?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 141 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 583 See in context

@Martini, what are you talking about? Just a few months ago most EU countries, specifically Italy, Spain and the UK were overflowing with coronavirus deaths. That never happened in Japan.

Diabete, obesity and other factors explain the death rate. Japan is (currently) protected from that thanks to a better diet.

I don't think japanese health system or governement actions have something to do with it.

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Posted in: Third virus vaccine reaches major hurdle: final U.S. testing See in context

I'll let the first wave dealing with the unknown side effects

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 100 new coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 423 See in context

100/2997=3.336%. Can we take off our masks yet?

Check the dates, the numbers are for different days.

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