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Posted in: Air duct corrosion, holes found at 7 nuclear plants in Japan See in context

papigiulio

why just "TEPCO" there are six other power companies too. None of the reactors with rust ventilators are operating.

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Posted in: What's your idea of Japanese comfort food? See in context

Sushi and sake or Tempura and beer or my own made okonomiyaki. and beer which I made last night. Double layer with cod, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, fried mushrooms between. Benito flakes on top and served with kimchi

https://www.flickr.com/photos/zichi-click/41574756794/in/dateposted-public/

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Posted in: Air duct corrosion, holes found at 7 nuclear plants in Japan See in context

The post states 12 reactors at 7 NPP's but only names 7 NPP's and 4 reactors. The Fukushima plants no longer matter.

I could not find the NRA report on their website?

Photo of rust at the No3 TEPCO reactor at the Kashiwazaki-Kariwa NPP.

https://img.kyodonews.net/english/public/images/posts/36cc3d37485b57b8f3bfb1e6964a2043/image_l.jpeg

Chugoku Electric Power Company has today requested permission from local governments to apply for pre-startup inspections of unit 3 at the Shimane nuclear power plant in Japan's Shimane prefecture. This is a new reactor.

There are 8 reactors operating. The highest number since the nuclear disaster.

Kansai Electric Power Unit 3 and Unit 4 of the Ohi nuclear power plant

Kyushu's Sendai units 1 and 2 and 

Genkai unit 3; 

Shikoku's Ikata unit 3; 

Kansai's Takahama units 3 and 4. 

Another 17 reactors have applied to restart.

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Posted in: Campaign for Ireland abortion referendum turns testy See in context

There was also the Irish Convent which took in young pregnant mothers to have their babies who under the nuns have them adopted into "loving and caring good Catholic families". Only decades later mass unmarked graves in the convent grounds were discovered, all the young babies. Babies exported to America.

"The Bon Secours Mother and Baby Home (also known as St Mary's Mother and Baby Home or simply The Home) was a maternity home for unmarried mothers and their children that operated between 1925 and 1961 in Tuam, County Galway, Ireland. The Home was run by the Bon Secours Sisters, a religious order of Roman Catholic nuns, that also operated the Grove Hospital in the town. Unwed pregnant women were sent to the Home to give birth. In 2012, the Health Service Executive raised concerns that up to 1,000 children had been sent from the Home for illegal adoptions in the United States, without their mothers' consent."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bon_Secours_Mother_and_Baby_Home#Unmarked_mass_grave

Irish women wanting an abortion must travel to Britain for one.

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Posted in: Activist groups launch campaign to break up Facebook See in context

bogva

Zichi, that is great as long as you don't make me do the same!

Why would I. I think there are times when FB actually works very well for certain groups. In my home city, I have more than about 20 cousins and second cousins, mostly females who all live in the same area and they socialize with each other and support each other and much of the arrangements are made on FB.

Google.

You don't have to sign in to use Google search. You can lock down the history and tracking. You can use a secure browser like TOR or Epic so the tracking is stopped. You can use another search engine like Duck Duck Go. On smart phones you can lock down the locations.

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Posted in: Air duct corrosion, holes found at 7 nuclear plants in Japan See in context

Its not just TEPCO, it's seven NPP's. Not counting all the ones in Fukushima there are another 20 BWR's.

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Posted in: Activist groups launch campaign to break up Facebook See in context

I think its at least 10 years since I deleted FB and Twitter.

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Posted in: U.S. bolsters Asia ballistic missile defense See in context

Wonder how effective these Missiles really are ?

Tomahawks, deadly! $1 million each.

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Posted in: Lava flow closes in on Hawaii power plant See in context

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Posted in: Lava flow closes in on Hawaii power plant See in context

It isn't a volcano on Hawaii Big Island, the island is a volcano.

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Posted in: Lava flow closes in on Hawaii power plant See in context

Bigger eruptions to come. The power plant supplied about 20% of the power on the island.

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Posted in: Police launch expert group to discuss autonomous vehicle rules See in context

Without the internet the world as we now know it would collapse. Banking would be impossible as would so many other necessary transactions. The internet which all smart phones are also using is now an essential service of the modern life. We live in the digital era and a return to analogue is no longer possible. Part of the essential internet will also be autonomous vehicles and drone deliveries which are already saving lives in African countries by providing immediate delivery of blood and medicines to remote villages.

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Posted in: Accused man's penis measured in New Zealand indecency trial See in context

Made to measure court case

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Posted in: U.S. bolsters Asia ballistic missile defense See in context

90 Tomahawk missiles

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Posted in: Accused man's penis measured in New Zealand indecency trial See in context

Below par, four to five inches (10-12 centimeters) long. Neither patient age nor size of the flaccid penis accurately predicted erectile length.

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Posted in: Saudis step up arrests of women's rights advocates, campaigners say See in context

No real changes in Saudi, just honne and tatemae.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Saudi Arabia is said to be the world's largest source of funds and promoter of Salafist jihadism, which forms the ideological basis of terrorist groups such as al-Qaeda, Taliban, Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant and others.

Fifteen of the 19 hijackers of the four airliners who were responsible for 9/11 originated from Saudi Arabia, two from the United Arab Emirates, one from Egypt, and one from Lebanon. Osama bin Laden was born and educated in Saudi Arabia.

Wahhabism encourages intolerance and promotes terrorism.

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Posted in: Trump suggests summit with N Korea's Kim could be delayed See in context

Denuclearization has different meaning for Trump and Kim but hopeful the summit meeting will still go ahead.

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Posted in: Foreign media arrive in North Korea for nuclear site closing See in context

At this moment Present Trump and President Moon are meeting at the White House with Trump claiming the meeting with Kim will still go head,

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Saudis and now they and the Israelis are working together to make sure that doesn’t happen. 

Not really. The crown prince who isn't the king, says he recognises Israel, not much on that.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Seems like the Saudis are modernizing faster than the Iranians

What make you state that? Wahhabism which in July 2013, was identified by the European Parliament in Strasbourg as the main source of global terrorism.

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Posted in: Foreign media arrive in North Korea for nuclear site closing See in context

Selected and vetted group of journalist who are qualified to say what they will be viewing turning it into a NK PR exercise with no South Korean journalists who seem to have upset the north.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

If it wasn't for the oil we wouldn't give Saudi the time of day and dismiss it as a dessert tribal backward country.

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Posted in: Japanese climber who lost 9 fingers dies on 8th attempt at Everest See in context

Captain Robert Falcon Scott, CVO, RN was a British Royal Navy officer and explorer who led two expeditions to the Antarctic regions: the Discovery Expedition and the ill-fated Terra Nova Expedition.

Born: June 6, 1868, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Died: March 29, 1912, Ross Ice Shelf, Antarctic

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Mossad's hundreds of illegal assassination in many countries, including many European countries.

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

Not false. I trust the Mossad over anyone on JT or the MSM.

But just not the CIA, FBI, MI6, French DGSE,

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Posted in: Few calls for reform after shooting in gun-loving Texas See in context

Well I read plenty of murders in Japan though I figure they tend to not report it in their statistics. Lets not forget all the propaganda to make it look like its safer than it is. Still safer than the USA but then again we are not the same type of society.

Intentional Homicide Rate by Country

Japan: 0.31 per 100,000 people.

United States of America: 4.88 per 100,000 people.

UK: 0.90 per 100,000 people.

Gun homicide

U.S. has the 31st highest rate in the world: 3.85 deaths due to gun violence per 100,000 people in 2016. 

Japan 0.00.

UK

0.23

It would seem guns kill people especially in America

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Posted in: U.S. toughens stance on Iran; lists sweeping demands See in context

It wasn’t a lie, Mossad proved it,

You have told us many times, we should not believe the CIA or the FBI, accusing them of lies, but we are suppose to believe Mossad, whose sole mission is to upgrade Israeli and downgrade its enemies even if that means lying.

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Posted in: Japan's elderly refused by many care homes due to lack of guarantors See in context

I wonder why no private business has stepped in to provide the service

they do for private rental so there are probably companies for this one too.

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Posted in: 2018 midterms show start of Democratic scramble for 2020 See in context

I don’t see hordes of liberals or Michael Moore wanting to move over there. Maybe it’s because they don’t have access to unfettered freedom. Doesn’t mean squat if you have all the education and can’t do anything with it in the free market place

I'm not saying that but when a new president was selected, first non Castro, Miguel Díaz-Canel, there was an extensive BBC World News program, the Cubans were happy to have a new president but also young and old said about health and education and not about personal freedoms, housing, internet access.

But it does show how important these are too all people.

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