The death penalty is not right; it is wrong on so many levels.
If I were to take a life, I would prefer to end the lives of as many people as possible to ensure a quicker resolution.
-7 ( +3 / -10 )
Why ain't all the church assets frozen already?
Why is the legislative branch doing the judicial branch's work?
0 ( +1 / -1 )
This guy is a psychopath.
Glad that he doesn't need to deal with the j-injustice.
-10 ( +6 / -16 )
The irony of the hostage justice is that the criminals are good at not confessing.
Only innocent people and amateurs might confess.
99% of trials are based on confessions.
The profesional criminals never confess, never go to trial.
-6 ( +3 / -9 )
Many people here say that a fusion reactor cannot explode. This is straight up false. A nuclear fusion reaction is not a chain reaction, as with nuclear fission, but this does not mean it cannot feed itself back. Particularly, nuclear fusion reactors are an example of a potential thermal runaway. A thermal runaway occurs when some process which is triggered by heat is exothermic itself. This means that, once the process is started, it will release more heat that, if kept contained inside the system, will further increase the thermal conditions for the process to keep on accelerating, eventually leading to a destructive result.
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in solitary confinement as a result of violent behavior. Restraining devices, such as handcuffs and ropes, were used on him for a total of 144 hours.
Both actions are direct violations of the The United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners.
810 deaths in custody in Japanese police detention centers in 2021, 391 deaths in custody in 2019, 358 deaths in 2018, and 327 deaths in 2017.
I wonder why they stopped releasing the numbers.
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What prefecture are they gonna evacuate this time when it all blows up?
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it has nothing to do with legal proceedings or public safety.
TBS kept quiet about Johnny's off-field issues, including allegations of sexual assault.
Go and tell the victims that you see no legal -and no public safety- issues with that.
-2 ( +3 / -5 )
Do you know the context of this article?
Do you have any idea what that special investigation was all about?
I can't spoon feed you. You must learn to document yourself.
Go. Go, and read some news about the subject.
-4 ( +2 / -6 )
TBS has acknowledged its active involvement in withholding information crucial to legal proceedings and public safety.
Isn't it a crime? Will be any legal consequences?
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Carlos Ghosn predicted that Nissan could go bankrupt by 2023
This article reinforces his prediction.
If this investment goes bad will be the last one for Nissan.
-6 ( +1 / -7 )
Japan's Toshiba and France's Alstom were sanctioned and hurt by the US government that used excuses like security, anti-dumping and anti-bribery.
You mean that today's bankruptcy is directly related to something that happened 50 years ago?!
-1 ( +1 / -2 )
A picture of some old-timers enjoying a game of bingo.
-5 ( +16 / -21 )
Are these engineers qualified?
-4 ( +2 / -6 )
The Yen is currently in a 33-years low.
That's not news, apparently.
Is not even mentioned in this article, in the economic section, apparently.
-2 ( +0 / -2 )
the approval ratings for his cabinet having plunged below 30 percent
Yes, that's right.
In October 2023, his approval rating is at 26.3%
-2 ( +5 / -7 )
Still remember that big explosion at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant in 2011?
All Japanese media initially trumpeted that it was just water vapor.
They were later forced to admit the reality that it was a complete nuclear meltdown.
Do you trust TEPCO, or any Japanese media?
-4 ( +1 / -5 )
That's not the point I'm trying to get.
They force it to be in the standards by diluting to reach that numbers.
Point being is that Fukushima waste is not comparable to any other waste in the world.
Has more harmful radioactive isotopes than anyone.
-6 ( +1 / -7 )
Average concentrations of radioactive elements in Fukushima waste water, before dilution:
Tritium: 1500 Bq/L
Carbon-14: 1.1 Bq/L
Strontium-90: 0.005 Bq/L
Cesium-137: 0.0006 Bq/L
The source is the IAEA report "Safety of the planned discharge of treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station into the sea" (2022)
-6 ( +1 / -7 )
We have 50 yrs of China releasing higher levels of dirty waste water
Please refrain from comparing the releases of contaminated water from Fukushima to other nuclear waste releases.
The water from Fukushima has been in contact with the fuel rods, and it contains a variety of radioactive isotopes, including tritium, iodine-131, caesium-137, and strontium-90.
These isotopes can be harmful to human health and the environment, even if they are diluted.
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Reminds me of Minamata. Everything seems happy, safe, and under control... until newborns die at birth and diseases can't be hidden anymore.
-10 ( +4 / -14 )
Yesterday's incident could be considered a "technical concern" due to the pipe malfunction and the exposure to radioactive water.
0 ( +3 / -3 )
A normal Japanese prosecutor's daily routine will include withholding evidence from the defense team, presenting false testimony to the court, pressuring witnesses to testify against the defendant, and intimidating the defendant and his family.
-5 ( +4 / -9 )
It is sad to read the TEPCO fanboys making excuses.
I want to see those fanboys making excuses to the victims and their families in real life.
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Good news, folks: Japan's exports are on the rise.
But, on the flip side, the bad news is that Japan's stocks are heading down.
0 ( +0 / -0 )
Nobody needs remote medical service to read body scans.
They just need the scanners, Ukrainians are able to read by themselves.
-5 ( +0 / -5 )
Anyone here trusts TEPCO or the LPD?
It is wise to be worried.
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I believe the title is wrong. It's not account surplus, but trade surplus.
Japan is exporting more and importing less because of the weak yen.
-6 ( +1 / -7 )