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Posted in: It's official: Spectators from abroad will not be allowed at Tokyo Olympics See in context

This would be the biggest spreader of all time, even with just the athletes

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Posted in: China's BYD, Hino announce electric truck venture See in context

Maybe Desert Tortoise but with Japan in form of Hino am sure quality will go up, I think LiFePO is the future chemistry, maybe pantograph charging ?

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Posted in: On mission to eradicate virus germs, Chinese firms see the UV light See in context

Well virusrex vehicles, especially their ventilation system were not made to be cleaned this way, in fact same with cars and buildings, we maybe have to rethink and redesign air-conditioning ducting, completely, not just now but for ever

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Posted in: Oil price crash: Will it affect the move to green energy? See in context


Time to consider a Tesla, has bio hazard filter

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Posted in: Gov't set to revise law allowing Abe to declare state of emergency over virus See in context

Two years with one year extension seems like long time, too long

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Posted in: Toyota's China sales sink 70% in Feb See in context

Do a Toyota Hybrid Camry sales pitch, especially for ride share, like Taxi and DiDi, also Tokyo could replace all those stupid old crowns with door opening white Camry for Olympics, that would boost sales, if you care !?!

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Posted in: Experts ponder why cruise ship quarantine failed to prevent spread of virus See in context

Seems like quarantine not going to work, healthy people not going to die, so. . .

Remove all masks, let all people travel, make them healthy, no more eating bats and for their lungs no more smoking, give the people fresh air, reduce population and reduce pollution, fewer cars and coal burning and plastics burning.

Already most people live.

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Posted in: Good sleep practices may boost performance in older shift workers See in context

I work four till four sleep five to ten, then have a nap two thirty to three thirty, three days a week, works fine

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Posted in: Sapporo Snow Festival ending after unprecedented lack of snow See in context

Ski resorts in the Pyrenees say the same, here in Australia, our all year emissions will be double because of those fires, and less trees means more extreme each year, sorry grandchildren, we didn't all drive Prius !

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Posted in: Conflicting studies point to meat moderation as healthy diet See in context

Average Indian 4kg a year, average Westerner 80kg of meat a year, I think we know which one is healthier

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Posted in: 66 more people confirmed with coronavirus on cruise ship in Yokohama See in context

The simple test is the temperature of the forehead, the longer test is grow the culture from a sample from the throat.


you can have flu, pass it on and show no symptoms for two weeks.

This is indeed a PANDEMIC

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Posted in: Tesla stock is soaring. Madness or visionary investing? See in context

It seemed to get frightened just before a thousand, but Amazon and others have two thousand american dollar shares so the next rally I predict it will go over to $1500.

Model 3 very popular here in Australia, my car is a Prius, but next car, electric Tesla for sure !

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Posted in: Gov't official looking after returnees from Wuhan found dead See in context

Hmmm, can't tell if he's collapsed or fallen from a great height, let's bring in the prosecutors to investigate, lol.

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Posted in: Prosecutors issue arrest warrant for Ghosn, 3 Americans over his escape See in context

He certainly didn't run away like a coward. It was an extremely brave and well executed plan, had it not worked he would be in prison fir a year and the Americans for three, hmmmm again that's not fair, why do they get three, and Ghosen only one if caught, should be the other way round

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Posted in: Air conditioning for all? Hotter world faces risk of 'cooling poverty' See in context

Meanwhile in your neighbour China they provide the power for air-conditioning this way

with pebble nuclear reactors

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Posted in: Woman arrested after bodies of husband, daughter found at home in Fukui Pref See in context

99% who do this are unemployed, 99% are then convicted, and yes the safest city, most of these occurred behind shutters in the home, they hang on to dead bodies, they kill their parents, yet the streets are quite safe !

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Posted in: Automatic brake detects nighttime pedestrians where there are no street lamps See in context

Is it called automatic high beam or automatic dipped beam, cos its function presumably is to dip when needed

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Posted in: Docomo joins 5G alliance for Connected Industries and Automation See in context

I think its industrial uses for IoT , manufacturing and autonomous driving, far outweigh the need for everyone to get on board with their phones, 4G is adequate and better range, so quercetum, you will be waiting for a long time I am sure !

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Posted in: Toyota, Suzuki partnering in self-driving car technology See in context

Why does nobody work with Tesla ?

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Posted in: British airports to introduce 3D screening for carry-on bags See in context

Actually I do feel this is a good idea for all airlines but wish they would enforce the size weight limit more.

Passengers in my opinion are still travelling with too much weight.

It is nice to buy local when you arrive and leave behind maybe for your guests or others, like in Op Shops when you leave.

I do that with all jumpers and coats, when I go to the UK, and carry-on much less.

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Posted in: Japan’s problem with noise pollution See in context

I wish Nissan much joy with their pro plus electric vehicle navigation system and it was good to see the golf ball (like sphero), advertisement, much noise does emanate from vehicles with traditional petrol/diesel engines.

When I was down at the docks at Yokohama, I thought if the new container trucks could be HYBRID it would help noise and the smell of air too.

In the queue they could be on electric, like in the Taxi Queue is the Prius.

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Posted in: Japan’s problem with noise pollution See in context

A es I agree, and further I was surprised by loud speakers on emergency vehicles, and further I wish more delivery vehicles were electric.

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Posted in: Pavement generates power using sunlight See in context

Agreed, solar roads didn't work, but panels on the street lights worked or as some one else suggested roofing, it may be possible with these very durable panels for them to become the actual roof, maybe incorporating a second layer and evacuated space like double glazing so that way it makes electricity and makes good thermal insulation.

I think the idea of charged emergency batteries is good and I wish Japan much success in this endeavor.

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Posted in: Japanese utilities start selling uranium fuel into depressed market See in context

Just at a time we have to make electricity producing less CO2, this makes no sense at all !

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Posted in: Take a bite out of the world’s first piranha ramen in Japan See in context

I know let's kick the Amazon remaing wildlife some more while it burns, after all we hate this Planet, it would appear, let's kill two thousand Piranha for joke food, and whales although we don't like the meat.

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Posted in: As global economic picture dims, solutions seem out of reach See in context

Well its good to know the G7 are doing something about Brazil, maybe Japan can ban their beef and eat whale instead.

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Posted in: Compact vacuum cleaner See in context

Sorry we went lithium battery a long time ago, so this looks very old fashioned

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Posted in: Chinese aircraft used Japanese ships as targets in East China Sea drill: gov't See in context

Here we go again, it was South Korea last time, "locking on", gosh what a paranoid defense force !

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Posted in: 23 dead, 13,000 people hospitalized in week in Japan due to heat See in context

Also you have many more really old people also you don't stop working when it gets hot also you have underground train which gets hot also you have many buildings together, That is why more pass away than in Northern Australia

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Posted in: Nissan to cut 10,000 jobs worldwide: report See in context

Should have gone to hybrid car designs sooner

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