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EARTHQUAKE!
午後2時47分、関東・東北地方で強い地震がありました。震源地は三陸沖、私の住んでいる埼玉県南部で震度5弱という報告です。ちょうどスーパーマーケットで妻の買いものにつきあっていたんですが、目の前の棚からワインや瓶詰め、空き缶が落ちてきて怖かった! 余震もいまだに続いていて、三半規管がおかしくなりそうで気持ち悪い。こういう経験は初めてです。

Just an hour ago there was an BIG EARTHQUAKE I have never... and feel several aftershocks still now. Fortunately my family and I are OK but a lot of books and magazines fell down from the bookshelf. It looks something countermeasure is required in my room..

自宅に戻ってみると、本棚の手前に並べてあったものが床に散乱。あ、机の上が乱雑なのは締め切り前だからで、今回の地震のせいではありませんよ! 2Fの部屋でこれだから、ビルや高層マンションだとかなりの被害が出たのではないでしょうか? 皆さまのミニカーコレクションが心配です。


追記)その後のニュースで続々と被害が明らかに‥ミニカーの心配をするどころではありませんね。都内は交通網も乱れていて、帰宅もままならない方も多いのではないでしょうか。余震もいまだに続いています。皆さまどうかお気をつけて!

The mobile network, train and metro in the Tokyo area has been stopped for four hours after the quake and nobody knows the quick recovery... I'm sorry for the people who lost their way to go home... 
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| EARTHQUAKE | 15:46 | comments(8) | - |
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mi spiace molto per le vittime, e sono sollevato che tu stia bene. Il cielo vi aiuti. un abbraccio.
| Roberto Quaranta | 2011/03/11 8:54 PM |
I have seen the eartquake on TV news and it is terrible what happened in your country.
| robert | 2011/03/12 5:42 AM |
Glad to know you are safe.
Thoughts are with everyone in Japan after these very difficult events. Horrifying images.

Best wishes from Australia.
| Michael | 2011/03/12 6:29 AM |
Best wishes from New Zealand to all the people in Japan affected by the earthquake and tsunami.
I am pleased to hear you are safe and have not had too much damage.
| Tania Woodbury | 2011/03/12 8:29 AM |
Very happy to see you are ok. This type of thing brings people together. I know Japan will come out stronger and learn from this horrible disaster.

Tom Tanner/Scale Designs/Ferrari Expo 2011-Chicago March 19th 2011
| Tom Tanner | 2011/03/12 8:52 AM |
Our thoughts are with Japan.I'm plglad to know that all is well with you.
The Japanese people will come out more united and stronger in future.
Best wishes from Portugal.

Pedro Gomes
| Pedro Gomes | 2011/03/12 7:16 PM |
Thank you very much for warm comments. We should be united in this disaster, and then begin the reconstruction step by step.
| kamimura | 2011/03/12 11:27 PM |
Dear Japonese someone,

In these critical moment at the atomic plant, I got some practical ideas to transmit and no way to get them to the right poeple ... and I even don't talk Japanese. Here it is, in short:

Analysis: The 30 km exclusion zone and the 15 min allowed time of work don't make it possible for human being to go back and forth these 30 km and do meaningfull work. Thus, the ONLY solution it to do it through robotic work. Japon is known world-wide for its robotic skills, dancing robot and even robotic marathons....

Hypothesis: Work will be finally done by robots, even if by now, people still sacrifice their life (usefull ????)

Practical conclusions:

1. Make a survey of all available robots stable enough to walk and get up if they fall.

2. Get an on-line reunion of real-time programmers computer-language fluent enough to progam as they speek to fix inevitable problems about the moves the robots will be require to do by atomic engineers.

3. Lauch an appel to kids and adults able to pilot toy-helicopter, fix a reliable video transmitters on them, so atomic engineers and responsibles can have a real view of what is really going on. Get a little service in place 30 km away to change batteries, etc. Get a real-time service in place for remote control by super-trained toy-helicopter pilotting kids (adults allowed).

4. Make some engineers plan for the most required mission to be done by robots. Detail each action, moves to do. Determine the robotic and programming contrains. Publish them on Internet and launch the appeal for programmers.

5. I think that the most stable molecule to be used for cooling purprose should be N2 (liquid nitrogen), about -150 / -200°C. This could flow easily and fall if a tube can reach the most affected reactor. It should be stable enough to be less affected, easily dispersed and with important cooling capabilities. On this point, I am not sure enough - it's just an idea. On the other, the
| someone somewhere | 2011/03/16 6:13 AM |
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