curl -L -o filename url (-L stands for following a redirected link) So simple but too much crappy advice on the net.
I do not follow his deeds but I am wondering why so many people in twitter are admiring him…
[Kantele has blocked it. It is killing itself.]
This is a fascinating and encouraging video report from the ground zero of Fukushima. The head of the plant knows the situation even though the officials in Tokyo seem to care about their own interest. The head chief, during a video conference with the officials, expressed disbelief of their ignorance about the situation. Aoyama has good opinions and better than other idiots. But he does does not have any depth in his character, it seems. Screaming at camera is not good even if viewers are sympathetic. It is funny that Japanese are considered to be polite but tend to snap more easily…
Japan united in the wake of disaster
Mogi wrote the following article. But he is hopelessly a self-serving guy mixing art and science. For people in general he might sound cool but many of what he says are too populistic.
If this event does not initiate serious reconsideration of the path to the future, then nothing can change the course of Japan: the people must prepare for the main aftershock of possibly 8M as well. This earthquake has already created huge impacts on the world and hopefully the world becomes safer.
Quake Aftermath Highlights Japan’s Tug-of-War Between Nature and Technology
Her hopelessly shallow analysis makes me sympathize even TEPCO. She had already made up her mind before she arrived the affected areas. Only reason she went there was to say she visited Tohoku after the earthquake and shows her contempt. Her essay says nothing about the weakness of Japan; it just expose her inability to analyse complicated situation and understand nature.
He worked on the MarkII Reactor of Fukushima #6 reactor. He said previous 5 reactors were not safe. He also promote geothermal energy and thinks geothermal energy can provide a vast amount of electricity in Japan.