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    This is not really news for that area. The real news is the India/Afghanistan/Pakistan are so hot right now that the street asphalt is melting = 2,000 have died from that.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wz5ut3oCFro

    Posted in: Gunmen hijack buses in Pakistan, kill 19

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    Everyone flying into Japan should be forced to bring grass-fed butter with them.

    Posted in: Japan braces for another butter shortage

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    The photographer also saw Russian military vehicles at a training camp some 50 kilometers from the border.

    = Most people would expect Russian military vehicles in Russia.

    Foreign fighters in Ukraine have been going on for some time, but mostly on the Kiev side.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDlX5SSAO0M

    Posted in: Putin makes troop deaths in peacetime operations a 'state secret'

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    Need to import the Kerry Gold grass-fed butter. = People need their Vitamin K2.

    Posted in: Japan braces for another butter shortage

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    @jeff198527 Solar and wind power just aren't efficient enough to replace fossil fuels or nuclear power.

    New figures from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA) on Tuesday reveal nearly 11.8GW of wind power was added to the grid across the European Union in 2014, accounting for 43.7% of all new electricity generation. In comparison, coal added 3.3GW of new capacity and gas added 2.3GW, securing wind power’s position as the fastest-growing new source of electricity in the bloc.

    Posted in: U.N. climate fund gears up to deploy cash after Japan signs $1.5 bil pledge

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    @Luce-A I would have thought solar reflector power generation (heliostatic) would suit Japan well and put some money and jobs back into the countryside ... lots of steep slopes (and no noise/dead birds!).

    These reflective solar arrays are usually in the desert and on the flat. The problem with them is the birds cannot see/feel the intense light and get roasted. Very few birds in the desert and some may think the mirrors are water from a distance.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2560494/Worlds-largest-solar-farm-SCORCHING-BIRDS-fly-it.html

    A normal wind turbine is 1-2 MegaWatts now and the largest is 8MW. A collection of wind turbines could form a new spine of energy in Japan and connect everything. The average life of the generator is 17 years, before it is rebuilt.

    Posted in: U.N. climate fund gears up to deploy cash after Japan signs $1.5 bil pledge

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    Bhutan is 70%+ organic now and is planning to go 100% organic.

    Japan has many small farms and good water/soil quality = could easily trend organic fast.

    The wheat from Europe has less auto-immune gluten issues than North American wheat so in that way it is a better choice for some.

    Posted in: Organic food rarely found on Japan’s tables

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    Nicotine as a cheap stimulant can be good = try a nicotine patch and see if you get more work done. The problem is many of these chemicals become "crutches" and for some are addictive and/or toxic.

    A much better solution would be to use MCT oil (coconut etc) or other saturated fats for your cell membranes (takes about 600 days for "full" replacement but generally the results are initially felt within the first days). After that you may want to start working on ramping up the mitochondria production and reducing body toxins. (General Paleo food theory). You can get coconut oil as a liquid and it is a good brain energy source (quick conversion to ketones).

    "Brain octane oil" (specialized MCT) would be very similar in cost to a nicotine patch set and would be an interesting comparison for those looking to increase brain/energy performance. The difference being MCT will try to ram your body into ketosis and not everyone likes to run in Ketosis. For the morning-hit addicts I would suggest "BulletProof Coffee" vs Nicotine gum.

    Posted in: Is nicotine all bad?

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    Japan could buy a lot of wind turbines for $1.5 Billion.

    Posted in: U.N. climate fund gears up to deploy cash after Japan signs $1.5 bil pledge

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    Or you can mention the more dangerous "Sturgis Motorcycle Rally" in North Dakota

    Sturgis, South Dakota

    Many of these bike gangs have police chaperones it seems. I have seen a few on California highways with police escorts.

    Posted in: From Brando to Waco, bikers are part of Americana

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    This is probably part of the TPP agreement = so they are throwing it in your face now.

    Posted in: Don’t forget to tip the doorman - Japan’s new exit tax

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    She admitted Tsarnaev’s guilt from the outset but said he was manipulated into taking part by his more radical elder brother.

    Guilty until proven innocent by his defense it seems.

    Posted in: Boston Marathon bomber sentenced to death

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    That phone in the picture is an iPhone 3GS or less = cannot run most of the newer apps. (iOS 6.1.6). You have basically a galapagos iPhone here.

    A better solution maybe one of the wrist heart-rate monitors. FitBit HR/Surge, JawBone UP3.

    Posted in: High-tech sensors help children keep eye on aging parents

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    These powerful batteries and getting more cheaper and powerful every year. A good way to balance out the electric grid = even if you do not have solar panels you would charge when electricity is the cheapest.

    Posted in: Tesla charges into home battery market

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    https://amp.twimg.com/v/1cce75bf-314d-4d79-ad2b-235a6378d031 (people barricading the police from the protesters)

    It seems that the old media is only interested in showing the destruction of out-of-town thugs while the new media is showing the reality of the situation. I do not think what happened in Ferguson will happen in Baltimore and the thugs seem to be outnumbered.

    Posted in: Baltimore police hand report on man's death to prosecutor

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    Is it nice to see the 2 Koreas finally getting along: -They could utilize their omnipotent powers of their dear leaders to raise the Sewol by mental force alone it seems.

    Posted in: Rival Koreas united in anger at lack of Abe apology

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    Korean Military openly had comfort Women at the same time in question also.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AsianWomen'sFund http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comfortwomen#Apologiesand_compensation

    In negotiations, the South Korean government initially demanded $364 million in compensation for Koreans forced by into labor and military service during the Japanese occupation; $200 per survivor, $1,650 per death and $2,000 per injured person.[93] In the final agreement Tokyo provided an $800 million aid and low-interest loan package over 10 years.[94] In 1994, the Japanese government set up the Asian Women's Fund (AWF) to distribute additional compensation to South Korea, the Philippines, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and Indonesia.[95] Sixty one Korean, 13 Taiwanese, 211 Filipino, and 79 Dutch former comfort women were provided with a signed apology from the then prime minister Tomiichi Murayama, stating "As Prime Minister of Japan, I thus extend anew my most sincere apologies and remorse to all the women who underwent immeasurable and painful experiences and suffered incurable physical and psychological wounds as comfort women."[96][97] However, many former Korean comfort women rejected the compensations because of pressure from a non-government organization known as the Korean Council for the Women Drafted for Military Sexual Slavery by Japan, or "Chongdaehyop", and because of media pressure. Eventually, 61 former Korean comfort women accepted 5 million yen (approx. $42,000[99]) per person from the AWF along with the signed apology, while 142 others received funds from the government of Korea.[100][101][102] The fund was dissolved on March 31, 2007.[97][103]

    Posted in: In U.S., 'comfort woman' demands apology from Japan

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    http://www.heartmath.com/ (for the heart)

    https://emotiv.com/ (eeg)

    Very common with the Brain Hackers movement right now.

    Posted in: Mindfulness therapy as good as medication for chronic depression

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