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    SamuraiBlue

    Airbus doesn't make sense, they were the ones that pulled the plug cancelling the contract and now they are sueing Skymark for the cancellation?

    Strange.

    Posted in: Airbus to sue Skymark in UK court over canceled A380 contract

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    SamuraiBlue

    The reason Royal Dutch Shell is seeking an exit plan is the expected large investment they will need if they continue business in Japan. With Hydrogen Fuel Cell powered automobile coming into the market and heavy weight JX announcing they will place a hydogen fuel pump at all of their 2000 GS by 2020 shell did not see return of invest in the short term so they sold out when they still can make a profit. If you take Hybrid automobiles as an example for acceptence to the market, by 2030 60~80% of all the automobiles would be powered by fuel cells and gasoline internal combustion engines would become a minority at that point.

    Posted in: Idemitsu eyes buyout of Shell Sekiyu

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    SamuraiBlue

    No but this places an implication that Discovery Channel as an accomplice in which they the US court can and will enforce.

    Basically their 15 minutes in the lime light is going to be shut off for good.

    Posted in: Anti-whaling activists found in contempt of court in U.S.

  • 2

    SamuraiBlue

    Although I really care less on how SK burns her money, I really believe the SK tax payers should have a say on this. Literally the government is planning on burning tax payer's money to satisfy their over blown ego. With such a high unemployment rate(not the fudged version the government announces again from over blown ego) I do not think they can spare that kind of money.

    Posted in: S Korea balks as U.S. picks Japan, Australia to service F-35s in Asia

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    SamuraiBlue

    Hey Knox and where did you get the information that the place IS NOT DECONTAMINATED? Did you test the place? Can you show the results? No?

    I thought so.

    Posted in: New Tokyo fish market expected to open in Toyosu in November 2016

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    SamuraiBlue

    Yeah, Yeah

    Ignorance is bliss.

    JR Tokai is picking up the entire construction cost. Do some research before fuming will you.

    Posted in: JR Tokai begins construction of maglev line

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    SamuraiBlue

    wtfjapan

    It is safe since they are culling the infected stock before it hits the market. Can't say the same for the US where they sweep it under the rug and slaughter all whether it be sick or not and places it on the market.

    Posted in: Japan orders chicken cull after bird flu outbreak

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    SamuraiBlue

    Whether it be fries or butter when relying supply soley on import put you in a vualnable position at the mercy of the exporting nation whether it be at the production level or logistics.

    Posted in: McDonald's Japan rations french fries due to strikes on U.S. West Coast

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    SamuraiBlue

    That's an old Japanese right wing rumor that was never based on reality. SK doesn't need to crawl on their hands and knees asking for money (especially from bankrupt Japan) when SK is swimming in money currently.

    Nope SK still owes Japan 645 billion yen as of 2012 out of the original 8 billion dollars US which was lend to SK after the Asian economy went under in 2001 through the Miyazawa initiative. SK used some of this money to fund stadium building for the 2002 World Cup.

    http://www.mof.go.jp/international_policy/financial_cooperation_in_asia/asian_currency_crisis/new_miyazawa_initiative/1e041a.htm

    Posted in: S Korea rejects idea of sharing 2018 Winter Olympics with Japan

  • 5

    SamuraiBlue

    Japan really don't need it. Just don't let SK crawling on their hands and knees asking for money like the last World Cup.

    Posted in: S Korea rejects idea of sharing 2018 Winter Olympics with Japan

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    SamuraiBlue

    Importing now only hurts the domestic dairy farmers in which more will go out of business due to falling whole sales price of fresh dairy resulting to further shortage of fresh dairy creating a viscous cycle in which at the end there will be shortage of fresh milk as well other dairy product that can't be imported from overseas due to short shelf life.

    Having said that the biggest problem in Japan is due to Law, Nokyo is the sole purchaser of fresh dairy from the dairy farmers. This is the biggest problem in which natural cycle of supply and demand is broken. Liberate the dairy farmers from Nokyo and let natural market force of supply and demand take action and this kind of problem can be negated.

    Posted in: Gov't announces plan to ease butter shortage for holiday season

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    SamuraiBlue

    I am flabbergasted on why this article found itself on the Tech page. LoL

    Posted in: Man sues Nintendo over Donkey Kong costume outing

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    SamuraiBlue

    Fadamor

    You really need to take a basic lesson on how batteries work.

    Lead-acid batteries "vents" hydrogen during re-charging stage in which case the sub would be running on diesel and snorkeling near the surface with air circulating withe the outside atmosphere.
    During a dive the most dangerous to the crew was Carbon dioxide poisoning.

    Posted in: Australia rules out open tender for new subs; Japan in box seat

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    SamuraiBlue

    scipantheist

    The US returned administrative rights to Japan in 1972 in case you didn't know.

    Posted in: U.S. defends Asian alliances against China criticism

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    SamuraiBlue

    Fadamor

    I suggest you do some basic study on how batteries works.

    Batteries do not short on themselves unless there is a direct connection between the cathode, and the anode in which case it would be rejected at the factory as a defect during inspection since all batteries that are shipped out go through automatically at the manufacturing process. Beyond that a battery that is not connected does not heat up on itself since there are no chemical reaction within the battery as a source of heat. The only thing FAA test shows is that the batteries are combustibles but so are paint, resin and/or any other various materials that are transported on a daily basis.

    The 787 Dreamliner fiasco is most likely due to overcharging in which the battery itself was not the problem but the French manufacturer that developed the charging circuits didn't place a monitoring mechanism to stop the charging cycle resulting overcharging the batteries since there has not been a report that the batteries had combusted after the initial incident in which they changed the circuits but not the Li Ion batteries.

    So stop the fear mongering without the basic knowledge on how batteries works shall we.

    Posted in: Fiery risk? Air shipments of batteries questioned

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    SamuraiBlue

    voiceofokinawa

    I hope you are right because if not then you'll just be trading one enemy for another and I do not think PRC will be any nicer then the US if not worse. In modern warfare the Okinawa island chain is at all an ideal position to develop the modern great wall of China in which they will fortify to the teeth with no regards to the locals.

    Posted in: U.S. defends Asian alliances against China criticism

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    SamuraiBlue

    Speed

    The exact term is extreme heat, something you do not normally find on a flying plane unless it's on fire already in which case the batteries would not be the main concern.

    Posted in: Fiery risk? Air shipments of batteries questioned

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    SamuraiBlue

    Yes lithium-ion batteries can fuel violent fires if they are defective, damaged, overcharged or, incorrectly packaged.

    But they have to be hooked up and electricty to be flowing from the batteries for those problems to emerge and since batteries that are in shipment are not charged nor hooked up to discharge, why would it be a problem?

    Posted in: Fiery risk? Air shipments of batteries questioned

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    SamuraiBlue

    Australia has no worries since the Soryu to start construction in 2015 or 2016 and enter commission sometime in 2019 or 2020 will be powered with Li-ion batteries. So Australia can inspect in full the benefits before Mitsubishi start building their subs.

    Posted in: Australia rules out open tender for new subs; Japan in box seat

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    SamuraiBlue

    Conventional turbo is basically a compressor to enhance the amount of air into the combustion chamber and only works efficiently during acceleration and not for maintaining speed or decceleration where as a turbine to generate electricity can work effciently in all phases including idling the engine.

    Posted in: Exhaust gas used to generate electricity, assist car engine

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