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Posted in: 2 workers at Fukushima plant hospitalized after accidentally sprayed with radioactive waste See in context

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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Posted in: IAEA team gathers marine samples near Fukushima See in context

Everyone there wears a mask to protect samples from external contamination that would ruin the samples.

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Posted in: Asian shares follow Wall Street lower, and Japan reports September exports rose See in context

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.

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Posted in: Japan to provide remote medical care, smart farming tech to Ukraine See in context

Nobody needs remote medical service to read body scans.

They just need the scanners, Ukrainians are able to read by themselves.

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Posted in: About half of Chinese worried about Fukushima water release: poll See in context

Anyone here trusts TEPCO or the LPD?

It is wise to be worried.

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Posted in: Japan's current account surplus triples to ¥2.28 tril in August See in context

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.

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Posted in: Japan payments clearing system glitch hits 11 banks See in context

meanwhile:

Kishida pledges to support AI development in next economic package

https://japantoday.com/category/tech/kishida-vows-to-support-ai-development-in-next-economic-package

ATM machines keep breaking apart.

There's no chance these people will ever grasp the knowledge to use a Neural Network.

-5 ( +2 / -7 )

Posted in: Kishida pledges to support AI development in next economic package See in context

Don't see what Japan can contribute to development.

Haven't seen very good engineers in this country. It would take a radical change in the education system and entrepreneurial system.

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Posted in: Hosting Asian Games will 'wipe away' Japanese doubts, says top official See in context

Will we beat the numbers of the Tokyo Olympics 2020?

By the digits

$13 billion: total cost of the Tokyo Olympics

$40 billion: losses Tokyo Olympics avoided by not canceling the game in July 2021, when they finally took place after a year-long delay, but with fewer athletes and no spectators

$22 billion: losses Tokyo Olympics footed for hosting the Games without fans

¥150 million ($1 billion): what Dentsu guaranteed in sponsorships

¥370 million ($2.5 billion): what Dentsu actually pulled in sponsorships

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Posted in: Fukushima sake brewer warms shattered fishing community See in context

When your government is using your land as a dumpster and your coast as a sewer, you can only drink sake until you burst.

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Posted in: Fukushima nuclear plant starts 2nd release of treated radioactive wastewater into the sea See in context

No, the statement "We do not endorse the plan or recommend this to be done" implies a negative stance towards the plan. While it doesn't explicitly state, "We are against the plan," it does convey a lack of support and a suggestion that the plan should not be carried out, which is typically indicative of being against it.

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Posted in: Fukushima nuclear plant starts 2nd release of treated radioactive wastewater into the sea See in context

IAEA do not approve or disapprove.

We agree that this statement is a fallacy:

Fighto!Today  03:11 pm JST

Yes. The IAEA has approved the plan every step of the way.

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Posted in: Fukushima nuclear plant starts 2nd release of treated radioactive wastewater into the sea See in context

Yes. The IAEA has approved the plan every step of the way.

The IAEA does not have the authority to approve anything, and they are against the plan.

"We do not endorse the plan or recommend this to be done. We say this plan is consistent with the standards," Grossi said.

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Posted in: Russia says Japan did not inform it fully about radioactive Fukushima water See in context

Just do what they ask you to do and move on. You should have been doing it already anyway.

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Posted in: Russia says Japan did not inform it fully about radioactive Fukushima water See in context

What Rusia is asking seems reasonable to me:

Russia wants Japan to provide the necessary details to all interested countries and to allow them to sample contaminated water at the discharge site.

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Posted in: Japanese universities climb rankings in Times global survey See in context

I can see that China, Honk Kong and Singapore are holding the majority of positions in the ranking.

Japan doesn't attract much attention.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

We can fit 15,993,486 tanks in the 20Km of Restricted Area.

It's mathematics, my friend.

I apologize if that has hurt your feelings.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

no tank will last 50years.

they are build of concrete, the cost of re-building and upgrade is so low its laughable.

they would have to be willing to sell it.

You really think owners won't be willing to sell it?!

In that case the government may employ legal mechanisms such as eminent domain (also known as compulsory purchase or expropriation) to acquire private land for specific purposes.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

Apparently not. The maps I have seen of the area seem to confirm that.

I'm sorry for insisting.

Can you confirm without a shadow of a doubt that there is no place within a 20-kilometer radius?

Yes. From inconsequential to inconsequential.

Great! There are only positive aspects to leaving the contaminated water inside the tanks.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

Yes. They really should have asked you first.

Do they have space to make that 4,000 tanks?

Because if they do, its the only way to go.

With China? Yeah, it's a bummer, those relations were so great before.

To name a few: China, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Russia.

Can you rephrase that in English?

2 questions:

Will the radiation of the wastewater decay if its 50 years inside a tank?

Could APLS technology become outdated within the next 50 years?

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

 they need the space the tanks currently occupy.

oh! that's bad luck!

And no one thought for a moment in building new tanks in a more convenient place.

Or... is much better to get trillions of loses in food exports, and destroy Japanese external relations.

Are we nuts?!

The ALPS process verifiably works.

You are missing the question.

Will the radiation decay, and we will the APLS technology become obsolete in 50 years from now?

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

Especially, and this bears repeating, since they need the space the tanks currently occupy.

We did the math already, Why would you think we need more space?

From inconsequential to inconsequential.

Explain that to me, the radiation will not decay in 50 years?

It is already working perfectly fine, as each and every analysis confirms.

Wrong!

Analysis says there is Tritium, strontium-90 (Sr-90), cesium-137 (Cs-137), and cobalt-60 (Co-60).

In 50 years filters will certainly be better than the current ALPS.

Don't you agree?

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

we agree that there's no space problems.

Then leave the tanks alone.

After 50 years the radiation will degrade.

And radiation filters technology will be much better in 50 years.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

Fukushima reactor cleanup is done after, let's optimistically say, 50 years? Do they just stay there?

The clean-up includes decommissioning of tanks as well.

It doesn't make sense to think otherwise.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

the space occupied by tanks is needed for decommissioning the plant.

We can fit 15,993,486 tanks in the 20Km of Restricted Area.

Can't see any problem of space there.

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

 building tanks in perpetuity 

Last time I checked the decommissioning was expected to take 30~40 years.

At the pace we are now, 1000 tanks a decade: We will need 4,000 tanks.

Is building 4,000 tanks delusional?

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

delusions you are peddling.

What do you mean? My maths are wrong?

Why is it not feasible for you?

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

Why not keep the water in tanks?

There is little more that 1000 tanks in a space where you can fit approximately 15,993,486 tanks.

If any tank breaks, the water will just go to the sea.

Imagine how many food bans and misunderstandings in international politics you will save.

-4 ( +1 / -5 )

Posted in: Charges dropped again over death of detained Sri Lankan woman See in context

The consequences of failing to renew one's visa on time can potentially result in death by immigration authorities.

How will this affect to highly skilled immigrants?

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Posted in: Japan to begin releasing second batch of Fukushima water on Oct 5 See in context

“We cannot maintain these tanks much longer, especially under constant shaking by earthquakes…”

It's filtered and treated water.

What can happen if an earthquake occurs? Would the water end up in the sea?

On the other side, if there is no earthquake the radiation will decay inside that tanks.

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