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Message non lupar dedeleco » 09/10/12, 14:42

C'est la réalité qui se produira, si ce qui s'est produit en 1859 se reproduit, et qui est une certitude, tôt ou tard, inévitable, quelques fois par millénaires (étude scientifique des dépôts de nitrates dans le passé ) :


le pire :

toutes les centrales nucléaires du monde sans refroidissement explosées, , électricité impossible, pour les refroidir, plus de transfos, une armada de Fukushima Tchernobyls, etc..


Ecrivez à F. Hollande plein de lettres argumentées, demandant de nous prévenir de ce risque réel grave et très sous estimé !!

Tchernobyl est du à l'étude en exercice réel face à une coupure totale de l'électricité, du comportement de la centrale après un pulse électromagnétique similaire de la guerre des étoiles !!!

L'autre risque réel tôt ou tard est celui de tsunami, sur nos côtes et un tremblement de terre force 8 à 9, cassant tout, certain quelques fois sur 10000 ans en France et Suisse, sinon il n'y aurait pas nos montagnes !!!

Presque toute l'énergie sismique totale réside dans ces tremblements de terre les plus forts et rares !!
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Message non lupar dedeleco » 09/10/12, 15:47

Certains se préparent un peu plus aux catastrophes naturelles, désastres et humaines, même financières et minières sur le nickel :

Celle de 1859 semble oubliée totalement !!


http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/20121009_23.html

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/20121009_08.html

http://www3.nhk.or.jp/daily/english/20121008_20.html



Sendai conference on disaster preparedness opens

World politicians and disaster officials are meeting in the northeastern Japanese city of Sendai to discuss disaster preparedness.

The 2-day Sendai Dialogue opened on Tuesday as part of annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank. Japan is hosting the meetings mainly in Tokyo from Tuesday to Sunday, for the first time in 48 years.

At the conference in Sendai, participants plan to share lessons from the March 11th earthquake and tsunami last year and map out disaster preparedness.

Reconstruction minister Tatsuo Hirano said Japan has overcome every disaster by learning from many past lessons.

He also said Japan will fulfill the tasks of reconstruction from the March 11th disaster and respond to international aid.

Two female Sendai high school students spoke on behalf of the disaster-hit areas. They cited their experience in evacuating with neighbors, stressing the importance of building ties with people in local communities.

World Bank Managing Director Mahmoud Mohieldin said economic assistance to developing countries must include disaster prevention measures.

Japanese government and World Bank officials plan to inspect disaster areas on Wednesday.
Oct. 9, 2012 - Updated 10:03 UTC (19:03 JST

IMF, World Bank annual meetings open in Tokyo

The world's financial leaders have gathered in Tokyo for the annual meetings of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.

Finance ministers and central bank governors from 188 countries will attend the meetings from Tuesday to Sunday. It is the first time in 48 years that Japan will host the events.

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde and World Bank President Jim Yong Kim are among the attendees.

The financial leaders will discuss the prolonged European credit crisis and its impact on emerging economies.

Delegates will take the opportunity to hold meetings on the sidelines of the conferences.

The Group of 7 finance ministers and central bank governors' will meet this week.

Representatives of countries that give aid to Myanmar will hold a meeting, as will delegates supporting the so-called 'Arab Spring' popular movement.

The World Bank and Japanese government will host a conference on disaster preparedness in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. The region was hit by the earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.

Finance leaders are expected to visit the region. The conference organizers plan to stress the importance of investment in disaster prevention to achieve stable economic growth.
Oct. 8, 2012 - Updated 23:35 UTC (08:35 JST)

Japan asks Indonesia to drop ore export ban plan

Japan has asked Indonesia to drop its plan to ban exports of some ores from 2014.

Japanese trade minister, Yukio Edano met Indonesia's coordinating minister for the economy Hatta Rajasa in Tokyo on Monday. He is in Japan for regular talks for economic cooperation between the nations.

Edano urged the scrapping of a system Indonesia has decided to introduce from 2014 that bans exports of nickel and 13 other ores. He added that the system would create a strong negative impact on Japan's economy.

Hatta asked Japan for understanding over the plan, saying that his government wants to foster and advance related domestic industries by adopting the system.

Prior to the 2014 plan, Indonesia has already started in May to impose a 20-percent tax on exports of the 14 ores.

Japan relies on Indonesia for more than 50 percent of its imports of nickel, which is necessary for making stainless steel.

The governments failed to narrow their differences on Monday but agreed to continue talks over the issue.

Oct. 8, 2012 - Updated 16:10 UTC (01:10 JST
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