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Posted in: Most in Japan oppose holding Olympics in 2021: polls See in context

Nhk poll means nothing.

Besides, no one wanted the olympics besides politicians even before covid.

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Posted in: China looks forward on anniversary of 1937 Nanjing massacre See in context

I wonder how many what level of control of CCP spies have over Fuji TV?

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Posted in: 2,796 new cases of coronavirus reported in Japan; 572 in Tokyo See in context

virusrex,

Viral load tests (PCR) are not recommended for HIV testing except in specific circumstances. This is because they are less accurate. They are also more expensive and take longer to get a result.

After infection, viral load is usually very high within the first 4 weeks and so this test can be used to confirm a suspected early infection if someone has symptoms.

you said "there is no other source for the viral sequences but the virus itself"

that is also false. pcr test are looking for genetic material that is thought to be related to the specific virus.

The create of the pcr test himself said that it can be used to find anything that you claim you are looking for by the amount of times you amplify it.

Its pretty weird that you keep up on JT and keep spreading bull like this.

JT deletes my comments and you spread bull. Do you have a job? I do! thats why i cant keep wasting my time with you. Besides, why put the effort when I know half the time JT deletes my comments.

What an Echo chamber this place is. Might as well call it CHINA today!

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Posted in: 2,796 new cases of coronavirus reported in Japan; 572 in Tokyo See in context

Pcr testing on people without symptoms is flawed. The pcr test are not actually testing for the virus, it is actually testing for genetic material that is believed to be related to the virus. The test can also be amped up through cycling more and it is known that when cycling is amped up high you may get more positives. Japan cycles at 40 at the moment.

Even the creator of pcr said if you amp up enough you can find any genetics you are claiming to be looking for.

The proper way to use a pcr test is after someone gets symptoms they use it as a test to back up the doctors suspicion on what virus it maybe. That was the standard way to use pcr test. It's hasn't been until covid19 have the pcr test been used for people with no symptoms.

As far as the cycles go, there is no world wide standard for how many cycles are use for the covid19 test. This is why you have very high numbers even in some states in america compared to other states. Japan has standardized their test and I even heard they may reduce the cycles because it would seem as though 40 may be showing false positives.

My theory is the Japanese government understands that this virus is hyped up but cannot suddenly come out with the truth because of the mass hysteria that the media has already created and must take their time calming down the public.

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Posted in: Study links Go To Travel campaign to increased COVID-19 symptoms See in context

No link to the research paper

The author's names are absent from the article

No background information

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Posted in: Biden officially secures enough electors to become president See in context

You all may be surprised

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Posted in: Call for shorter hours at Tokyo restaurants, bars takes effect See in context

The bullies are out. And all these folks criticizing businesses that are not following this rule are probably not restaurant owners or any kind of business owners.

Keep the economy rolling. Statistically this is no worst than a bad pneumonia season. Tired of the world following China's orders.

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Posted in: Japan not planning to shut schools despite surge in virus cases See in context

Virus, you obviously don't have kids and don't have any responsibilities, otherwise you would know how hard it is. We don't need data when we are directly experiencing in our own lives.

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Posted in: China, Japan to cooperate in reviving virus-hit economies See in context

Chinese business men will come in and buy up more of bankrupt small businesses as they have been doing.

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Posted in: Japan not planning to shut schools despite surge in virus cases See in context

Omen. They said the same thing about go to. Why do I feel like the media is in charge of the government; who actually asked to close the schools? No parents want this!

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Posted in: Japan's ramen shops struggle to stay open as COVID hammers small firms See in context

If you like your ramen restaurant you better go out to eat there.

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Posted in: 84% concerned about record coronavirus cases in Japan: poll See in context

This is a telephone poll to old folks that watch nhk everyday.

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Posted in: Japan not in situation to declare state of emergency over COVID-19, Suga says See in context

Bacteria pneumonia is known to have killed people. The mask keeps the bacteria from your mouth and make a petri dish of bacteria colonies; keeping your mask on for prolong periods of time is not a good idea as your body's immune system is weaker due to less sunlight making the increase of bacteria that would usually leave your system harder for your body to fight off.

I wore a mask everyday for work and was stressed out, very bad for immune system. I got a bacteria infection that the doctors did know what it was. I had a very high fever for weeks and my crp was increasing with every antibiotic they gave me. The last kind of antibiotic drip they gave me actually saved my life.

Make sure take vitamin D, get plenty of rest, don't stress out and take care of yourself and you won't have a problem.

You don't need a mask.

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Posted in: Japan not in situation to declare state of emergency over COVID-19, Suga says See in context

Prolong usage of a mask is not healthy for you.

People will get pneonia from not being able to release bacteria from their system and rebreathing the same bacteria over and over again.

You will get sick and possibly die.

Your best protection is your immune system.

The science the media feeds you is bull.

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Posted in: Japan to keep event attendance cap until February See in context

Got to make sure all these businesses go bankrupt for the great reset!

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 116 new coronavirus cases; Osaka has 123 See in context

These daily articles remind me of the announcements at stores constantly reminding you to be afraid of a virus. Give it a rest already.

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Posted in: Overwork on the rise as pandemic increases load on Japan's essential workers See in context

Doctors and nurses have been known to overwork. This is nothing new.

Everyone is essential!

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Posted in: Used car exports drives pollution to developing world See in context

Yeah. Poorer countries shouldn't be allowed to have nice things.

Talk about human rights. UN is a monster

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Posted in: Scholars decry Suga's academic panel rejections See in context

Wham! Shimazaki. Killing it!

If the academics want to choose who they want, why don't the become independent from the government and stop taking taxpayer money. I'm sure they can get funding from other NGOs.

I also really don't see the use for this organization as it is just a relic from after WW2 which was needed for a recovering Japan.

It seems rather that these academics are just title hunting so they can impress their friends in their academic circles.

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Posted in: Scholars decry Suga's academic panel rejections See in context

Bravo! Kazuaki. Do you have a blog or youtube channel. Very articulate!

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Posted in: Scholars decry Suga's academic panel rejections See in context

I like how the article says many Japanese. Like AP speaks for the majority of Japanese people. I talk to many Japanese and they know that these articles are bull, and it's because the academics that were nominated had ties to projects to china, helping Chinese get military technology. But the media twist into something else.

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Posted in: Scholars decry Suga's academic panel rejections See in context

Japanese media keeps beating this dead horse.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 78 new coronavirus cases See in context

Memory fix. Oh no put your mask on!

I asked my students if they are scared of covid and they all screamed yes. The media better reverse this crap and inform the public with the truth. I guess they want a generation of mentally ill hypochondriacs.

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Posted in: Maisa Tsuno of Japanese rock band Akaiko-en dies in apparent suicide See in context

Cant play concerts. Can't make money. Bills start to pile up. This is the governments fault and the mass hysteria of covid. I know many business owners that lost their business and or suffering. The mask are not helping either. People dont want to go out shopping and deal with all the mask. Tech companies love it though because everyone buys products online as malls a shopping areas become shutter towns. Even if you let people take the mask off, you now got half the populations turned into hypochondriacs who are scared to go outside if people don't wear the mask. Media really made a generation of mental illness. And the children will have it the worst.

In the end I blame myself for being compliant. At least my kids are not scared and understand what's going on.

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 78 new coronavirus cases See in context

How is this top news everyday?

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Posted in: Ex-head of Japan science group urges Suga to appoint rejected scholars See in context

Uhh no hideomi kuze.

The right wing doesn't like communist and chinese sympathizers. We are quite fond of intellectuals and scholars but we don't have to agree with the ones that support communism just because they are professors.

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Posted in: UK unveils 3-level lockdown plan; Liverpool at highest risk See in context

Who is just covering for their mistakes. They are just an arm of the ccp. But even they now realized they screwed up.

Lockdowns have been killing the 3rd world and causing the poor to become more poor. We don't need the who and the UN to know this. But most of you folks won't believe it until some "official" organization says it.

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Posted in: UK unveils 3-level lockdown plan; Liverpool at highest risk See in context

Japan had low numbers even when mask weren't being used.

The who just came out and admitted lockdowns are more damaging than the virus. What is boris doing?

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Posted in: Tokyo reports 78 new coronavirus cases See in context

Can we take these stupid things off our faces now?

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Posted in: 72% of children in Japan feel stress over coronavirus pandemic: poll See in context

Forcing children to all wear mask masked it difficult for them to read each others emotions. Many mirco emotions can been seen through the whole face.

I put a mask on at home and look at my son for a second and he suddenly said "I'm not doing anything wrong!!!"

Take the mask of your kids Japan. Stop punishing them and let them have a normal childhood that you had. They deserve better.

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