Japan Earthquake

Mar 14th, 2011, in Business & Economy, Featured, News, by

Some of the local reactions to the Japan earthquake and tsunami tragedy; worries about economic impact on Indonesia.

Obviously the following notes are trivial compared to the tragedy but on an Indonesia focused site....

Via JP

Indonesia’s exports and imports with Japan may be impeded by the recent massive earthquake and tsunami that resulted in damaged infrastructure in mainly coastal parts of the archipelago.

Japan is the country’s number one export destination for non-oil and gas products, accounting for nearly 13% of overall exports, or $16.5 billion in 2010.

In a similar vein, Edy Putra Irawady, deputy for industry and trade to the coordinating minister for economic affairs, said Indonesian companies should look elsewhere:

So exporters, importers and business world alike should be patient or switch to new markets other than Japan

He also worried that the massive Japanese investment in Indonesia would decline.

And the minister of Transmigration and Manpower worries that the disaster will limit work opportunities for Indonesian guest workers; there are currently 17,000 Indonesians there, many of them nurses, and Muhaimin Iskandar is fearful that the companies that employ them will go broke or have severe liquidity problems.

On a more positive note the Indonesian Red Cross/Palang Merah Indonesia (PMI) is going to send 7 people to help.


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151 Comments on “Japan Earthquake”

  1. avatar Hans says:

    The difference is very big on Muslims in Indonesia and in the Arab World.
    The difference was greater for a few years ago. Now ther is revolt throughout the Arab world and they want a Muslim community that Indonesia was before. Now we can only whait and hope that Indonesia understands that they were about to be ripped in to the wrong road. it’s so sad when children and masses should have to suffer, when a few top dog do missteps. destroy children’s dreams and future. typical of religion and communists to do like that.
    And Now invade Saudi, Bahrain. the Dictatorship Cattle mobilizes its terror

  2. avatar rayner says:

    Hi there,
    I suspect that there is a simple method for collecting all my email addresses, and sending them out to an unlimited numbers. Warning them of the potential dangers of not taking care when building nuclear reactors. Having a back up facility that uses storage batteries. This is in case a tsunami comes and wipes out your electricity supply that runs the pumps that keeps the “rods” cool. So preventing the type of disaster that we now see that is killing lots of Japanese citizens. And that of other countries which will be shortly affected by the fall out.And of course that will make vast areas of their land uninhabitable for thousands of years.

    Why Japan who have direct experience of the terrible consequences of nuclear fission would even contemplate having such a terrible source of death and destruction being built on their land. In never ceases to amaze me that scientists, and politicians who rely on the scientists prognostications are ever trusted, when year after year they put profit before the health and happiness of their people.

    Women, who are ever aware of potential dangers for their children should be given final say in such important decisions. They are usually allowed to be more intuitive. It would be interesting to know if the animals living in those townships actually tried to head for the hills in order to avoid the immanent danger to themselves. Many aboriginals would always heed their animals heightened sense of danger and would learn that that is the moment for all the family to follow their animals and also head for the hills! Don’t stop to pick up your valuable possessions they are no use to you if you are carried away on a huge wave.

    Geese, dogs, cats, horses, and just about all animals have a heightened awareness of natural phenomena, that will mean death if you ignore the first vibrations that are too subtle, for all present days citizens with their Walkman or over devices firmly ensconced in their ears. Bedazzled and disorientated by the roar of traffic and other sounds of our civilized environment we are no longer in touch with our environment to heed the early warning signs of danger.

    Here is the original article describing a method of safely using human, animal and vegetable waste including kitchen waste. By erecting relatively safe Methane Digesters,
    which are inexpensive to build and maintain. They will provide methane which has a high calorific output, and the resultant debris left in the digester can be used as a inert fertilizer devoid of harmful pathogens. Of course apart from the initial construction costs, no one is going to make profits from using this fairly primitive technology, and the need for oil and other harmful ways of providing energy will be sharply reduced.

    It will take a huge investment.
    I suspect that collecting sewage sludge and composting it, and using the methane as a source of power will not be popular. After all India has had methane generators for at least fifty years. In many parts of the country it is their main source of power.
    When i lived in Hawaii in a flood prone zone, an edict came out banning septic tanks in the villages. We waited to see what would happen to a Chinese man who had built a new house. He had ordered a very large tank and it awaited installing in the surrounds of the house. Needing of course a leech field to absorb the surplus effluent.
    We wondered what he would do without breaking the law. We didn’t have long to wait. He cut away the supporting 15 foot timbers supporting the house. (It had been raised because of recent floods.)

    Put metal T beams in to support the house, and moved the septic tank in under the house. Then he boarded it up with siding so there was no storage space under the house.
    We waited and were very curious as to what he was doing. I met him one day when he solved the mystery. He told me that he had connected the main sewage pipe to the inlet of the tank, where it digested the sewage.

    In the process accumulating methane. When the septic tank was full the methane traveled up into his kitchen were it was used for fueling a cooker that was designed for methane use. Methane has a high calorific content so it is entirely suitable for cooking on.
    Shower and sink water after going through a fat filter was put into a separate tank and used for watering the garden.

    He told me that in six months time his sewage would be giving off enough methane to run his car on, and still leave enough for cooking and heating purposes. A fairly simple adjustment to the carburetor was all that was needed.
    His car with a flapping container for the methane on the roof became a familiar sight on Waimanolo roads in Oahu. Amazing. No fuel costs! This would also work to obviate the need for sewage plants which release raw sewage whenever floods hit our cities, and sewage works overflow.

    A very elegant solution. And cheap too!
    Free energy! If you fit the methane generators with connectors that are telescopic and are attached to floating houses. The houses will rise like boats whenever floods hit your town. Fitted with a caisson underneath that will raise the house like they do in Holland.

    You can, if floods are becoming more prevalent, build all houses to float when there are floods. Let drinking water and sewage generators float, to be serviced by barges that went up and down streets to deliver supplies and drinking water. Four pylons at each corner of the house to keep it securely moored would work just fine.
    Takes a few years before sewage generators residual needs pumping out. Methane can be supplied in cylinders to your door while you wait for the generator to make more gas.

    Now more than ever is there is a need for humans to emulate the aboriginals or original people, and learn how to use and get to trust in their “inner voice”. And a plug for me! Learn a twentieth century way to unleash your inner intuition. It may save your life, and that of your loved ones one day. And the most amazing thing of all, it’s won’t cost you anything apart from the rudimentary cost, (which if Auntie BBC had it’s citizens welfare at heart would take this rare opportunity to obviate the need for you to record the following, on specialised equipment and play it when you are asleep). They would just play it at times when the majority of people who are asleep. They would have an initial tone which would enable you to tune and set the playback that would be soft enough not to wake you.

    To learn the technology on how to “do it” to become much more sensitive to “warnings” of all kinds that already are being transmitted to you, and then transformed into ways that will enhance your survival, and your health.
    Go to intuit.org.uk to learn how to do it. All free!!!
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  3. avatar Oigal says:

    Nobooby..you and I both know that was never my position. Which makes you a fool, troll or liar, you pick. At least have the common decency to move your nonsense posts to a more suitable thread.

  4. avatar nobody says:

    sorry then, may be it was just a misunderstanding.

  5. avatar Hans says:

    Rayner
    He told me that in six months time his sewage would be giving off enough methane to run his car on,
    Very interesting

  6. avatar diego says:

    What is the difference whether it is arab muslim or indonesian muslim or muslim from other countries? they are just the same muslim reading from the same Qur’an.

    No, not the same thing.

    Arab muslims: believe in shits like : women should be covered completely head-to-toes, because otherwise that women will provoke men to rape them.

    also : believe in shit like the blood of kafir is halal.

    You know, shits coming from perverted, backward, uncultured, tribal society that is arab.

    Now, indonesian “muslims” : they (are supposed to) have certain level of morality, thanks to indonesian values and east-asian values in general that dated beyond the time mohammed came up with his shit that is islam we know today.

    So, indonesian muslims don’t do shitty things, unlike their arab fellows (fellows? yikes.)

  7. avatar nobody says:

    well, obviously that is just your imajination,
    as the muslims themself do not think there is anything different in their religion.
    we belief in all of the same things that is in the Qur’an and the Hadith.
    You saw indonesian muslims everyday, so perhaps your opinion about them is more on the spot than the one on the arab muslims. May be you are just another korban of some anti arab propaganda? there are plenty of organizations that specialize on things like that.

  8. avatar nobody says:

    on a more serious note, I think you are confusing between “real reasons” and “people’s attempt on rationalizing religious instruction”.
    Easy example is on why muslims do not eat pig. Well, for us, first and foremost, the most obvious reasons is that because God told us not to. But, people like you always asks for “why” “why” “why”.. so then some smart human trys to satisfy you and think of some reasons. They might say that it is because the pigs are dirty, etc etc. This might be valid in some way (well, if you ever visit a pig pen in bali, most likely you wont eat any pig anymore), but actually, even if the pigs are raised in a super clean hospital room, they are still forbidden to eat, because God tells us so.

    Same things with clothes. What you are making fun of (to stop women from inviting rape) is just some extreme examples of people trying to rationalize a religious instruction. The instructions is simple: be modest. Every civilized people dress modestly.

  9. avatar Oigal says:

    Nobody, as discussed before you are articulate enough to press a point of view that may even enlighten some of us but you do yourself and your position no favours when you come up with such blanket factual rubbish as:

    as the muslims themself do not think there is anything different in their religion.
    we belief in all of the same things that is in the Qur’an and the Hadith.

    Perhaps you may think everyone here is ignorant but the vast majority here understand and most Muslims agree the sects of Islam do not all believe the same things, particularly when it comes to the Hadith. It is just plain silly to suggest so.

    Are you seriously trying to tell us that Ahmadiyya, Shi’a, Sufism, Sunni sects of Islam (let along the literally hundreds of sub-sects) all believe the same thing. Even the most basic scholar of Islam will tell you there are fundamental differences between even the main Shi’a and Sunni sects, certainly difference enough to allow death and mayhem to result. Watch the news today and you will see the clashes between Sunni and Shi’a in live technocolour. They are not fighting about what brand of coffee to serve.

    As you have brought it up again, this fallacy of one big happy family is just that a oft repeated myth with no basis in fact. Islam has just as many structural breakdowns as any other religion.

    My point was always why so some in Indonesia slavishly follow what they are told by a relatively small section of Arabs instead of developing and showing pride in their much more inclusive and tolerant version of Islam. The kowtowing by some is as repugnant as any colonial style lapdogging.

    Oh and if all Muslims are equal when is the ship and trucks off to the Sudan? After all far more fellow Muslims suffering there than in Palestine. After all if AID and comfort not politics are the drivers, then Palestine is well down the list. Of course, it is an Arab issue therefore Indonesia must follow…go figure..

  10. avatar Oigal says:

    There is NO scientific reason not to eat pork or any other meant raised correctly (with due apologies to the vegans). Your Bali is example is just a strawman, anyone who witness the brutal cruelty of the slaughtering of cattle in halal fashion would not eat beef either.

    The reason the vast majority of meat in Indonesia is virtually so tough to be unfit for human consumption is the stress and torture the animal suffers during the brutal and archaic halal process. Let’s be a little honest here, the hygiene and cruelty in most slaugher houses in Indonesia would put anyone off meat for a long time.

    The instructions is simple: be modest. Every civilized people dress modestly.

    What’s modest? A subjective thing and the women’s business not yours. (Feel free to tell us what you would demand in your brave new world tho)

  11. avatar nobody says:

    oigal you need to read my comment again. I said we do not need any scientific proof, as God’s law stand as it is by it self.

    As I said, scientific reasons are just people trying to use their small minds to understand God’s instructions. It (the current scientific reasons given) might be right might be not.
    The whole point a faith is being called faith is just that, it is a faith. Islam is specifically more scientific and logical than the other, but still there are parts of Islamic faith that is still can not be explained by the current science. Perhaps in the next 100years some more of them will be explained, but for now, some of them require our faith. But, we still have other reason/proof of the Greatness of God, so our faith is not a crazy illogical faith.

    What do you mean by strawman? the pig is dirty argument was true for the whole previous millenia, and it still is in some part of bali. There might be other reasons not to eat pig, we just don’t know it yet due to our limited knowledge.

  12. avatar nobody says:

    “this fallacy of one big happy family is just that a oft repeated myth with no basis in fact”

    People like you and the west in general ofcourse will gain the most from a fragmentation of the muslim world, just as it was during the colonizations. But in reality you are just pipe dreaming. Notice that people are still demonstrating for Palestine in far away countries like Indonesia or south africa, where they might even never meet an arab. As we both know recently, Muslims are very vigilant in pushing out people/sects who they deemed as having deviant belief, so rest assured if there is no SKB against an islamic group, then they are still considered within the family. The weird names they called them self usually is nothing more than signifying school origins of their religious teachers. The religious teaching it self is the same. You might think Sufi is some kind of very very nice muslims who belief different things.. but in reality they are just as muslims as the guy next to you in the bus. They do not eat pork, do not drink alcohol, they dress modestly.

    There are trends ofcourse, of western institutions trying to divide up muslims into camps and pit them against them self: “moderate” vs “extremists”, “sufi” vs “non sufi”, “indonesians” vs “arabs”, etc. But belief me, we know what you are doing, and it wont work. Even the prime minister of Turkey who has been lauded as an example of “moderate muslim” who lead a “moderate islamic government” dismissed this classification of muslim into good and bad camps.

    We had our time in the past being one big successful nation, and every muslim down to kampung farmers know this and proud of it. Look at the UN and see what our 57 country voting block can do. We had our Islamic Development Bank where Islamic countries can get development funds without the usual western strings attached.

  13. avatar nobody says:

    “What’s modest? A subjective thing and the women’s business not yours. (Feel free to tell us what you would demand in your brave new world tho)”

    You are absolutely wrong. Modesty is never a personal choice, not even in western nations.
    Try walking nude on the street of sydney, you will most likely ends up in jail. Modesty is something imposed by the society on individuals in that society, the level of which depends on which society we are talking about. You are trying to impose what is allowed or not allowed (think poligamy) in your society on ours.

  14. avatar Oigal says:

    Ah Yes, the evil colonials were are responsible for Sunni/Shi’a divide and religious wars over the centuries. Not sure how you reconcile the time lines in your own mind but if it makes you feel better.

    Yes, I can see the notable advances all over the Middle East and the fantastic leaps in the daily lives of the people.

    We had our time in the past being one big successful nation

    Who?

    Tell me have you ever read “Animal Farm” ? I would strongly recommend it to you..

    As we both know recently, Muslims are very vigilant in pushing out people/sects who they deemed as having deviant belief,

    I assume you are referring to the Ahmadis, I have never seen the word vigilant used in place of cowardly, brutal, intolerant and treasonable before, curious usage.

    Look at the UN and see what our 57 country voting block can do

    Mmmlet me check with the Muslims in Serbia/Croatia and the Sudan and get back to you.

    Tell me have you ever read “Animal Farm” ? I would strongly recommend it to you..

    Anyway just so we are clear…

    as the muslims themself do not think there is anything different in their religion.
    we belief in all of the same things that is in the Qur’an and the Hadith.

    All Muslims believe the same Hadith in particular the Sunni and Shi’a? I would hate to misquote you.

    Just to be clear, unlike yourself and some others I fully understand that it is simply impossible to clump all Muslims (or for that matter Christians together) as one great congealing mass. Whilst that serves the purpose of the hate mongers on both sides of the divide, it is verifiable factually incorrect.

  15. avatar nobody says:

    one easy way to look at it, oigal:
    there are so many types of churches in even just within Indonesia alone, and members of one type of church can not pray in the other. Differences between Batak Church and Toraja ones are so big, they can’t just pray in any church they find on the road.

    While Indonesian muslims can still go to egypt, senegal, nigeria, bosnia, pakistan, afhanistan, USA, and can still pray together or even lead prayers, with locals there in any local mosque we find there.

    The imam in the Islamic Cultural Center of New York, which is the city’s largest mosque located in 96th street Manhattan, and the Director of Jamaica Muslim Center in Queens, is actually an Indonesian. Can you now comprehend the one ness of the community? why are you focusing on petty little differences between fringe sects nobody ever hear about? look at the bigger picture.

  16. avatar Oigal says:

    Huh Fringe Groups? Shi’a , Sunni???

    I am merely asking you to verify your statement (yours not mine) that All Muslim’s believe the same Hadith. Is it that hard?

    Ok I confess it’s not fair because anyone with the must rudimentary knowledge of the subject would know that Hadith’s are widely debated across all sects of Islam. However if you are going make big bold statements that are in fact wrong then expect to get challenged.

    Also, it would be best to speak in the singular, you certainly don’t speak for all Muslims anymore than I speak for anyone else but myself.

    While Indonesian muslims can still go to egypt, senegal, nigeria, bosnia, pakistan, afhanistan, USA, and can still pray together or even lead prayers, with locals there in any local mosque we find there.

    Really? What about an Ahmadi? How do they fare? How’s the relationship between the Sunni’ Shi’a in the Middle East. Those Mosques do seem have a tendency to burst in flames for no reason then. How about the Muslim who had the bomb addressed to him yesterday in Jakarta or the policeman who lost his arm, interesting concept of oneness?

    Oh by the way just wondering how the 57 nation block was going on the Libya thing? Rolling in with support there? Bahrain? Eygpt perhaps? How’s the activist ship for humanitarian support headed for Iran going? After all they are shooting innocent Muslims down in the street there.

    It is reported Libya has murdered more Muslims in the last two weeks than have been killed by the Coalition in Iraq in past four years. Curiously, Iran imprisoned and murdered more Muslims in the past year than have lost their lives or freedom in the past 20 in Palestine. A strange silence sets over the land….

    I confess it may be just me, as I just don’t see this we are all one thing in practice. Seems some are more equal than others.

  17. avatar Oigal says:

    Now to show some respect to the people of Japan perhaps David could move our comments to another thread..call it the playing with trolls thread..

  18. avatar Hans says:

    Faith and science is about the most fundamental issue of our time: conflicts of ideas between secular humanism and religious dogma, between reason and the irrational, religious and superstitious beliefs that characterize much of our world. meet superstition, new age and religious delusions in a stable and informed manner. We now know that it was not God who created man and the woman to fit together with each other like a sausage in a hot dog bun, it was evolution, radioactivity and not least by chance. Traditions must be broken apart and together, Traditions to learn religious gimmick instead of getting to know things about physics, light, knowing that a rock lands as fast if you let it go or if you throw it straight ahead, is so very wrong to destroy school with pure crap, instead of just having information about all religions

  19. avatar Hans says:

    Japanese, index up, important for us and them.
    Nuclear much talk about this, the Japanese say they have a 4 in the risk factor while the rest of the world considers this a 6 out of max 8. 5 of Japan’s 55 nuclear power plants must be scrapped after the tsunami. These five power plants are very old, renovated and modernized in its old shell. I think it is better to scrap and rebuild. Thinking of India! there will apparently be very many nuclear power plants.
    went to the Toyota car, very fuel efficient, 0.4 L 10 km. Have a supercharged Mercedes now, it draws 0.6, think there should be little difference, also has a Volvo with the V6 takes 1.3 l 10 km, and then Mercedes twice with Hp against Volvo as s 140 hp. Buying enough, a Toyota and retain Mercedes and then sell Volvo. A little cramped in the Toyota, I thought, but it fitted well with my wife. will choose the contract with Toyota new car replacement every three years, it seems simple and easy.

  20. avatar ET says:

    Oigal

    Now to show some respect to the people of Japan perhaps David could move our comments to another thread..call it the playing with trolls thread..

    The ease by which a thread about one of the biggest calamities in history can be hijacked by the ‘Islam versus the rest of the world’ is a clear indicator of what is perceived as the paramount issue and the greater threat. No earthquake, tsunami or nuclear meltdown will ever outdo the controversy between reason and blind faith. Sooner or later this controversy will come to dominate every discussion.
    As long as blind faith believes natural disasters are a punishment for disobeying the commands of some god who is said to have spoken for the last time to some prophet and who’s ‘words’ are considered to be the ultimate truth, no reasonable attempt can be made to tackle the problems of the earth in a comprehensive all-embracing way.

    What a waste.

  21. avatar Hans says:

    As long as blind faith believer Natural Disasters Are A punishment,

    remember that I saw a story in Tv from the Ache as a religious leader told the children that the tsunami took their mom and dad because they did not pray enough and often. empathy and moral courage o no, not from religion, better to do a violate rape and scare this poor kids in the name of God.

    Thor is the God who brings order out of chaos. Thor is the god of thunder and battle in control of weather and thus the crop and year-olds – the harvest. Tor is a temperamental god
    You mention his name every day (Thurs-day) but not the hell! people think it’s thunder because he passes by

  22. avatar nobody says:

    yes, oigal, you equate fringe groups with the mainstream and compare them.
    JIL is almost a non existent group compared to NU or Muhammadiyah, they are fringe group, with extreme opinions condemned by every mainstream national muslim organization in Indonesia. People like Ulil does not deserve to sit in the same table as the leaders of Muhammadiyah or NU or PKS as Ulil is just representing himself, while the other guys collectively represents more than 2/3 of Indonesia. Ulil opinion does not deserve to be compared side by side with mainstream muslim opinion, his is a fringe one. If you look at the big picture, the mainstream is fairly large big one stream, almost encompass 99% of all muslim. The rest consist of all those fringe sects.

  23. avatar nobody says:

    “The rest consist of all those fringe sects.”
    which, I might add, can be fairly ignored. Nobody ever invite people from JIL or other fringes to discuss islamic community matters (in a formal setting, like with the district government), they invite MUI or NU or Muhammadiyah or PKS.

  24. avatar nobody says:

    Hi ET:
    you were the first one who invoke something related to Islam in:
    “7 people on a total of 240+ Mio. Impressive. How about the Bulan Sabit Merah/Red Crescent?”

    I was just replying.

  25. avatar diego says:

    JIL is almost a non existent group compared to NU or Muhammadiyah, they are fringe group, with extreme opinions condemned by every mainstream national muslim organization in Indonesia. People like Ulil does not deserve to sit in the same table as the leaders of Muhammadiyah or NU or PKS as Ulil is just representing himself

    PKS eh? Ok, this is like a confirmation that PKS indeed is a muslim organization.
    Well, we always kniw we should never take the words of islamists.
    Remember they started with the claim as muslim organization. Then for some reason, later they claimm themselves as all inclusive. They even tried to play this “nationalist” claim with their national heros advertisings. And now, you (supposedly a member of PKS) says that PKS is a mjslim organization.

    Plintat plintut.

  26. avatar ET says:

    nobody

    I was just replying.

    I was only asking. Have they already left? All the search and rescue teams from other countries in the region are already there, hard working despite the danger of nuclear radiation.

  27. avatar Lucy says:

    I really feel sorry for Japan, I wish this would never happen. Also, I wish it wasn’t a 8.9 or 8.4 on magnitude. 🙁
    Also long as we are all living, we will help each other. 🙂

  28. avatar Oigal says:

    The ease by which a thread about one of the biggest calamities in history can be hijacked by the ‘Islam versus the rest of the world’

    Sorry ET and others, I must take a fair bit of the blame for the “hi-jacking” as well :-(. I love a good debate but its a pet peeve when people knowingly lie in defence of their position renders the whole debate pointless.

    Fringe Groups?? JIL?? Who mentioned them in this discussion? A red herring at best.

    You were simply asked to verify your bold statement that All Muslims believe the same thing, perceive the Koran and believe the same Hadith. When asked if Shi’a and Sunni believe the same Hadith, you started running on about Fringe groups.

    This of course is abject historical and factual rubbish. It is a shame you continually do this, as you have the ability to present a fair better debate but when such basics are wrong, you lose all credibility.

    Is it not true that Sunni scholars put trust in narrators, such as Aisha, who the Shia reject. Differences in hadith beliefs have contributed to differences in worship practices and shari’a law and have hardened the dividing line between the two main (not fringe) sects.

    This has nothing to do with who is right or wrong just plain simple historical fact.

    So once again do you still wish to maintain that:

    muslims themself do not think there is anything different in their religion.
    we belief in all of the same things that is in the Qur’an and the Hadith.

    Simple yes or no to your own statement will do..

    Just once be honest and address the issue put to you.

    My position is Islam is like any other religion is subjective and relies upon the perception of the humans involved. It’s gross fantasy and factually incorrect myth to pretend it is one big happy family. That might work out in the Kampung, but anyone with access to the truth can see for themselves.

    This doesn’t mean anybody is better or worse than anyone else but time to move on from the dangerous bile that only we (who ever we is) have all the answers and you must do what “we” say.

    Oh on the PKS..Let’s leave the fringe radicals out of it. They have been exposed time and again for what they are. How is the Anis investigation going by the way? As an organization they don’t even have the courage or perhaps the ability to tell people what they really stand for.

  29. avatar Hans says:

    Hello, the situation in Japan is out of control’ nuclear power plants meltdown

    Perhaps 14 000 DEAD! What you see on TV are usually the people looking after children or old, probably those who were left at home alone. Their warning system has worked well in schools, public places, and at their mega-giant-sized hospitals. nowhere else in the world had security 100 – 300 000 dead, this is to prepare, Technology on Religion, the evil gods have to cry now when they could not harvest more than 14,000 victims. No one doubts that there would be a next boom, how, where, when?. The technique, how do we develop the technology, so that we can rescue those who are left at home alone.
    Maybe not a technical problem, but the problem is solved with the moral and civil courage, which should be the guiding principle for all religions.

    See on TV now, the nuclear plant now water bombed. The Swedes and Frenchmen were evacuated, with a radius of 80 km from Fukushima. Now, an energy expert or government official in the EU and says,
    ‘Hello, the situation in Japan is out of control
    ‘: Where do you hide the world’s second largest city, 35 million inhabitants,

  30. avatar ET says:

    @ nobody

    Easy example is on why muslims do not eat pig. Well, for us, first and foremost, the most obvious reasons is that because God told us not to.

    To get this thread back on track, the Koran is supposed to be Allah’s guidance for all times and no prophet will come after Mohammad. In the Koran Allah tells us not to eat pig. Did he also tell us not to use nuclear power? It seems to me right now the dangers of nuclear power far outweigh those of eating pig.

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