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Posted in: UK problems won't go away in 2023, Sunak warns See in context

If Britan joins back the EU all of the problems will go away .

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Posted in: Asia's tourist hotspots prepare for boom as China relaxes COVID rules See in context

France taking to social media platform Sina Weibo to emphasize it welcomed Chinese friends "with open arms

So should Japan. I wouldn't go as far as hugging them on arrival but yeah sure why not . Make few JPY.. this is fine.

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Posted in: Japan reports 216,209 new coronavirus cases; record high 415 deaths See in context

Covid is here to stay . And how it seems there is not much humanity can do to properly solve the problem.

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Posted in: Chinese hospitals 'extremely busy' as COVID spreads unchecked See in context

Pushing for Zero Covid wasn't rational. Just like the rest of the world China should have gone for Pfizer and relax during the delta days. Hoping their vaccines to an extent offer some protection. Given how big China is I am a bit worried a lot of people might die if this goes haywire.

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Posted in: Japan to require negative COVID test upon arrival for travelers from China See in context

Nonsense ! There is no running away from covid.

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Posted in: Croatia reach World Cup quarterfinals with penalty shoot-out victory over Japan See in context

Not bad is it. I though Japan will loose 5-0

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Posted in: Japan overturns decision to cancel U.S. drone acquisition See in context

These things will make great targets for the Chinese laser weapons.

LOL. China doesn't need laser weapons .. they can just have bat barbeque party and hey presto we are all at half of our lung capacity.

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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

Moreover in Japan bullying at school is a big problem so this experimental vaccine will cause huge problems and might lead to suicide as vaccinated kids will bully others.

Nobody in the age group 5-11 will kill themselves. I am virtually certain. There is just simply not enough white matter in their brains to contemplate a suicide.

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Posted in: Japanese parents weigh pros, cons of having their children vaccinated See in context

Introducing the virus to their bodies in a controlled and tested fashion via vaccination is the way to go. My children will get the shots.

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Posted in: WHO pleads for rational Omicron response See in context

it may be the beginning of the end of the pandemic.

I think you might be right. It isn't unthinkable. RNA viruses exploit all known mechanisms of genetic variation to ensure their survival. On the other we too have probably mutated ourselves some form of resistance by now.

In few weeks we will know more but me personally I want to be optimistic about omicron. Who knows maybe this is how Sars-Cov-2 will turn into a simple cold (fingers crossed).

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Posted in: WHO pleads for rational Omicron response See in context

More infectious but less lethal

If COVID mostly kills through an overreaction of the immune system and your statement is true it might mean earlier non omicron infection induced immunity and covid immunity obtained via vaccination is at least good to a degree enough to prevent death .

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 9 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 73 See in context

This shouldn't be front (top?) page news anymore

Yet, for whatever the reason it is !

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Posted in: Japan considers letting more skilled foreign workers stay indefinitely See in context

Specified Skilled Worker No. 1 and Specified Skilled Worker No. 2

If they are up for it. Good idea in theory. When I retire hopefully in a nice house on the sea front in Okinawa, these lovely people and hopefully their families will pay for my pension. Mwhahaha..

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Posted in: First Wuhan COVID case days later than initially reported: scientist See in context

Calling it an animal market kind of muddies it a little. Actually a seafood market is what I read earlier.

These places are horid. I am almost sure there will be Sars-Cov-3 . We shouldn't learn how to live with COVID. The world should learn how to live with China.

In effect, 1 Chinese having a pangoline burger, turns out, isn't so different from throwing a nuclear bomb in Europe. This virus killed many people.

We must re-think medical care, testing , vaccine and medicine development

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Posted in: Hamilton: F1 'duty bound' to raise awareness of human rights See in context

If Hamilton REALLY wants to raise awareness, he would refuse to race in those countries

Politely telling someone they are racist is actually more then enough ! There is no need for anything drastic and counter productive. We saw how the media destroyed Osaka Naomi's aproach.

These things are very political, complex and take time. He is doing an excellent job.

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Posted in: Kei Komuro pays ¥4 mil settlement over family financial dispute See in context

10 points for the Darth Vader T-shirt!

omg, wow, just noticed.

Just like Anakin , married a princess. No father that we know of (we know a bout the force but ..) Shmi Skywalker his mother, also in financial difficulties..

bare jokes bruv

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Posted in: Wikipedia editor 'warriors' fight lies, bigotry and even Nazis See in context

I read wiki a lot. I love it. These people are the heroes of our age.

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Posted in: Alfa Romeo sign Guanyu Zhou, China's first F1 driver See in context

He must be bringing a lot of cash...

Not so much for now and not so much for the team! I think i read somewhere about 20M GBP in sponsors.

He is as good as his competitors in F2 so why the f not. it's good businesses. Especially for FIAT in China. Also FIA will make a lot here as well.

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Posted in: U.N. experts to review plans for release of Fukushima water See in context

Can't they release the water in Sahara ? I don't think the governments there would mind little bit of money. Who knows might be a good thing in the end.

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Posted in: Musk sells more Tesla shares and stock continues to fall See in context

I think it is smart. It is perfect time to sell Tesla. This is it for them. The german electric cars are lot cheaper and lot lot better.

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Posted in: German navy chief vows long-term commitment to Indo-Pacific See in context

Poor China ! All alone and no friends.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 25 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 205 See in context

Is 0 covid cases possible Tokyo?

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Posted in: Japan's new COVID assessment criteria to focus on hospital capacity See in context

4 levels ,? Really ? Please ... Tokyo has a capacity of about 200 beds which if compared to it's population equals to 0.

Level 4 signifies that hospitals are no longer able to deal with COVID-19 patients even if they reduce general medical services.

This is true even today. Only If and only when Japan finds more doctors and hospitals willing to treat covid discussing this would make sense. It really only takes a day to reach capacity.

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Posted in: Man in Joker costume with knife injures 17 people on Tokyo train; starts fire See in context

There will undoubtedly be knee-jerk reactions to this incident, like banning Halloween and banning knive

Re-invent public transport and infrastructure in a way that prevents these undercover mentals from harming people.

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Posted in: Name of former Princess Mako's husband not on New York bar exam pass list See in context

Now what ?

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Posted in: 'Stupid' and 'insane': Some billionaires attack tax plan See in context

“You’re talking about the people that create the jobs,” he said of billionaires. “We can get up and go somewhere else.”

Where ? How will that work ?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 21 coronavirus cases; nationwide tally 274 See in context

wonder what halloween will be like this year

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Posted in: Biden says U.S. would defend Taiwan against China See in context

Biden says U.S. would defend Taiwan against China

There is no way China will attack now. I just don't see it.

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Posted in: Ex-U.S. envoy Hagerty slams Japan's justice system over Nissan case See in context

"It's in our nation's interest to resolve the situation quickly," Hagerty said, adding, "With this type of justice system, I fear that American executives will start thinking twice about doing business in Japan."

But how ? How do you fix a justice system ?

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Posted in: Ivermectin is a Nobel Prize-winning wonder drug – but not for COVID-19 See in context


-No scientific basis for a potential therapeutic effect against COVID-19 from pre-clinical studies; 

-No meaningful evidence for clinical activity or clinical efficacy in patients with COVID-19 disease, and; 

-A concerning lack of safety data in the majority of studies.

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