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2020年09月08日

ブリキ缶で精密電子機器の故障を防げるか

電磁波の強いところでは、空間線量率測定システムが不調になり、時に壊れます。

スティックパソコンは、特に画像出力部分がやられやすいです。
デジカメなども故障しやすく、集積度の高い電子回路を搭載した機器は、概してその傾向があります。

一方、放射能の強いところでも集積度の高い電子回路を搭載した機器は壊れやすいことが知られています。10μSv/hもある場所ではそういう障害が起きやすいとされています。

0.2μSv/hの場所なら10μSv/hの場所よりも故障発生までの時間は平均して50倍になることになります。10μSv/hの場所で平均して半年で故障が起きるとすれば、0.2μSv/hの場所なら平均して25年で故障が起きることになります。

現在、東京近郊では空間線量率0.2μSv/hの場所は少なくなっていますから、放射能による障害発生はあまり心配がいらないとも言えます。

しかし、都市部では電磁波の障害が発生しています。これには大変悩ませられています。例えば空間線量率リアルタイムグラフが次のようになります。これは測定器から発せられる信号が異常になったか、スティックパソコンで信号を受けた際に、グラフを作成するソフトに異常が生じたものです。ただ、OS自体にまでは障害が及ばないことも多く、OSの定時自動再起動で正常に復帰することが多いです。




管理人の自宅ではあまり電磁波障害は見られませんでしたが、このところ整備、調製中のシステムで上のような障害が出たりして時間がかかることが多くなっています。据え置き型のLTEでも障害が起きました。

管理人はリアルタイム空間線量率測定システムのパーツを保管していますし、カメラ、電磁波測定器などもあり、これらが故障することは何としても避けたいのです。寄付金で買ったものです。

いろいろ保管箱を検討しましたが、費用対効果を検討して一斗缶の半分の大きさのブリキ缶を購入しました。

これなら小物はかなり入るでしょう。届いたらしばらく放置して精密機器関係を整理します。

この対策は、電磁波曝露回避の工夫の結果を逆用したものです。アイフォンなどでOS更新があると充電しながらデータをダウンロードするためにWifiを使わざるを得ないことがあります。私は、このような場合に小型Wifi発信機とアイフォンをそれぞれにケーブルをつないだまま電磁波シールドポーチに入れて更新作業をやらせています。

ポーチの外側で測定すると漏れ出ている電磁波は低くなっており、漏出は少ないことが確認できます。

あと、据え置き型のLTEルーターと自分との間にてんぷらガードと呼ばれるアルミ板を置くことも試みました。携帯基地局からの電波を遮るわけにはいきませんが家の中まで入れる必要はないからです。

電磁波障害はすでに増えているはずと考えていますし、これから加速度的に増えるでしょう。

電磁波過敏症と見られる方もおられます。皆さんそれぞれに工夫されています。私は、まだ過敏症ではありませんが、精密電子機器は大変な過敏症なのです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:10| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

イラク、アフガニスタンから帰還したアメリカ兵の30%に精神疾患

parstoday9月 07, 2020 02:41 Asia/Tokyo
米国家行動衛生評議会、「イラク・アフガンから帰還した米兵の30%に精神疾患」
米国家行動衛生評議会が、「イラクとアフガニスタンから帰還したアメリカ兵全体の30%が、精神疾患を抱えている」としました。
イルナー通信によりますと、同評議会は「アフガニスタンとイラクに派遣されていたアメリカ兵のうち、73万人が精神疾患を抱えており、彼らの多くが事件後のストレスやPTSD(心的外傷後ストレス障害)や激しいうつ病に見舞われている」と発表しています。
この報告によれば、1日あたり平均して22人のアメリカ兵が自殺をはかり死亡している、とされています。
これに先立ち、アメリカの新聞ニューヨークタイムズも、アメリカ兵の間での自殺件数が増加傾向にあると報じていました。
軍事評論家によれば、2013年から2017年までの期間に、4万5000人以上のアメリカ兵が自殺しており、この統計は2018年は1日あたり24人に達しています。



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posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:24| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

海外では言葉ができるかどうかが生死を分ける

※ Angama@Angama_Market氏の2020/9/8のツイート
もしコロナウイルスに感染したら、携帯も預かられて一人でルーマニアの隔離施設に入れられる。現場は非常に忙しいのでおそらく英語は殆ど通じない。早口で質問され、的確に回答し、病状などをルーマニア語で伝えないといけない。感染中にである。今おれにとってルーマニア語は生死を分ける能力である。

・・・以前の記事で身体の不調について関係用語を学んでおいたほうがよいと書きましたが、このことです。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:32| Comment(0) | 社会・経済

'Abducted' protest leader Kolesnikova 'ripped up passport' to prevent deportation from Belarus to Ukraine

'Abducted' protest leader Kolesnikova 'ripped up passport' to prevent deportation from Belarus to Ukraine - conflicting reports

Around 24 hours after she was apparently abducted in broad daylight on the streets of Minsk, confusion reigned on Tuesday morning about the exact whereabouts and status of Belarusian protest leader Maria Kolesnikova.

Belarusian border guards say she was detained at the Belarus-Ukraine border on Tuesday morning, but that two of her associates, Anton Rodnenkov and Ivan Kravtsov, crossed into Ukraine. Earlier, it had been reported that all three opposition activists had left Belarusian soil. Officials claimed that, after passing the checkpoint, Kolesnikova was "pushed" out of the car, but she did not need medical assistance.

However, the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Kiev reported that Rodnenkov and Kravtsov were forcibly expelled from their homeland. Also, a source apparently told Interfax-Ukraine that Kolesnikova remained in Belarus due to the fact she tore her passport when security services attempted to deport her.

"I would like to point out that this was not a voluntary departure, this was a forced expulsion from their native country," Ukrainian Deputy Internal Affairs Minister Anton Gerashchenko wrote on Facebook. "Maria Kolesnikova could not be expelled from Belarus because this brave woman took action to prevent them from moving her across the border. She remained on the territory of Belarus."

"[Belarusian President] Alexander Lukashenko is now personally responsible for her life and health," Gerashchenko added.

On Monday, the three went missing in Minsk after an alleged kidnapping, sparking international condemnation.

A different version of events is being offered by Minsk. According to Belarus state news agency Belta, Kolesnikova and the two men arrived at the Aleksandrovka border crossing point at around 4am local time. They passed all checks and drove towards the Ukrainian side, but then an incident allegedly took place, after which Kolesnikova was detained.

“After the car met a border patrol, it gained speed, threatening the life of a border guard,” a spokesman for the Belarus border guard service was cited as saying. “Kolesnikova left the vehicle. In fact, they pushed her out and moved on towards Ukraine.”

No evidence was offered to back up the dramatic description. However, Belta published a short video statement by Kravtsov, in which he confirmed that the three opposition activists intended to leave Belarus.

The opposition believes the trio had been secretly detained by Belarus authorities on Monday and pressured into leaving the country overnight. Kolesnikova’s supporters in the opposition Coordination Council said she had no intention of fleeing and that her whereabouts remain unknown to them.

Kolesnikova became an international public figure in July, after her boss, Viktor Babariko, was arrested and prevented from running for the presidential office in the August 9 election. She took over his campaign and joined forces with Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and Veronika Tsepkalo, whose husbands were also barred from the election. The other two women have since left Belarus.

The opposition says the poll was rigged by President Alexander Lukashenko’s government. They have arranged mass protests around the country and formed a council to organize the transition of power. Belarus authorities in turn launched a criminal investigation into the group, accusing it of attempting to usurp power.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:16| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ルカシェンコは危機を乗り越えられるか 反対派の政治家が行方不明

共同2020/8/16
ベラルーシ大統領、6選支持訴え
首都ミンスクで大規模官製集会
【モスクワ共同】ベラルーシ大統領選でルカシェンコ大統領の6選が決まったことを巡り抗議行動が続く同国の首都ミンスクで16日、現政権を支持する官製集会が開かれ、ルカシェンコ氏は数千人を前に「祖国を守れ」などと述べ支持を訴えた。9日の大統領選直後から不正選挙や治安部隊の暴力への抗議行動が拡大しているが、同氏を支持する大規模集会は初めて。劣勢だった政権側が巻き返しに出た。
 ミンスクには16日、各地から動員されたとみられるルカシェンコ氏の支持者らを乗せた大型バスや鉄道の列車などが続々と到着。
 ルカシェンコ氏は自らが80%超の得票率で圧勝した選挙不正を全面否定した。




ベラルーシ大統領選巡るデモ、最大規模に ロシアは軍事支援表明
[ミンスク/モスクワ 16日 ロイター] - ベラルーシの首都ミンスクで16日、独裁体制を敷くルカシェンコ大統領が6選を決めたことに対する抗議デモが行われた。9日の大統領選以降続くデモはこれまでで最大規模に発展しており、ロイターの記者によると、この日は推定約20万人が参加し、大統領に辞任を求めた。
隣国ロシアは、ルカシェンコ大統領に対し、必要に応じて軍事支援を提供すると表明した。ただ、デモの現場に警察の姿は見られなかった。大統領選以降のデモでは少なくとも2人が死亡、数千人が治安当局に拘束されている。
ミンスクの中心部に集まった市民らは「辞任を!」とスローガンを唱え、選挙に不正があったと訴えた。
デモが行われる直前にはミンスクの中心部でルカシェンコ大統領の支持者らの集会が選挙後初めて開かれ、厳重な警備体制が敷かれた。
ルカシェンコ氏は演説で、北大西洋条約機構(NATO)の戦車と航空機がベラルーシの国境付近に配備されていると述べた。
「NATO軍部隊が国境付近に迫っている。リトアニア、ラトビア、ポーランド、ウクライナがわれわれに新たな選挙を実施するよう要求している」とし、新たな選挙を実施すれば、ベラルーシは「国家として死ぬ」と訴えた。
支持者らに「あなた方を裏切ったことは決してなく、これからもない」と呼び掛けた。
NATOはベラルーシの状況を注意深く監視しているとしたが、同国西部の国境で軍部隊の配備はしていないという。
16日のデモは大統領選の対立候補だったスヴェトラーナ・チハノフスカヤ氏が、票の再集計などを求める「自由の行進」としてミンスクやその他の地域で実施を呼び掛けていた。
ベラルーシ国内の他の都市などでも数千人がデモに参加したほか、プラハやワルシャワなどでも多くの人が集まった。
ベラルーシ内務省は、デモで逮捕者は出なかったとしたが、現地メディアは数人が拘束されたと伝えた。

・・・・・

ロシアは、ベラルーシで西側勢力に近い政権樹立は何としても避けなければならないが、ルカシェンコの「独裁政治」の危うさには頭を痛めている。

ルカシェンコの支援要請に応じて軍隊をベラルーシ国境に配備することはやったが、ベラルーシの国内政治情勢を全力で監視しているところだろう。ロシアはルカシェンコに暴力的な取り締まりを控えるよう伝えているはず。さて、どう展開するか。

共同2020/8/17
ロシア、ベラルーシ情勢を注視
ルカシェンコ大統領見限りも
【モスクワ共同】9日のベラルーシ大統領選で圧勝と発表されたルカシェンコ大統領への市民の抗議行動が拡大する中、ロシアはルカシェンコ政権が持ちこたえるかどうか注視している。介入して同氏を支えるか、見限って新たな親ロシア政権樹立に動くか、プーチン大統領は慎重に見極めているとみられる。
 ロシアは1999年以来、ベラルーシと「連合国家」を形成、同国を北大西洋条約機構(NATO)と対峙する「欧州正面」と位置付けている。2014年の政変で親ロ派政権が倒れたウクライナのように、ベラルーシを影響圏から失うことは断固阻止する決意だ。

RT2020/8/17
Lukashenko promises fresh elections in Belarus after new constitution is adopted via nationwide referendum
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, who has been defiant in defending last week’s controversial election victory, has suddenly relented, saying new elections could be held – but only after a new constitution is adopted.

In a seeming about-face, Lukashenko told striking workers in Minsk that he would agree to a new vote – both parliamentary and presidential – but only after the nation adopts a new constitution via a referendum. He did not mention any specific time frame when it could happen, though.

“This is what will happen… We need to adopt a new constitution – that is what you wanted,” he said while facing a crowd of striking workers. “You need to adopt it via a referendum since this was how the previous constitution was approved. Under this new constitution, elections could be held – parliamentary, presidential and local – if that is what you want.”

Just hours ago, the newly re-elected president appeared set on sticking to his victory. During another rough face-to-face with workers, he said no other elections would be held unless he is “killed.”

The president’s comments come amid nationwide outrage over the election results. The first protests began immediately after Lukashenko’s victory was announced by election officials on August 9. Some demonstrations led to clashes with police, in which at least one person died.

The wave of public discontent has also spilled over to the nation’s major industrial sites, including renowned truck-making giant BelAZ, Minsk-based carmaker MAZ, as well as Belaruskali, the country’s largest exporter of potash fertilizer. The massive strikes prompted Lukashenko to hold some meetings with workers.

The country's opposition media was quick to describe the events as a nationwide strike. Yet, the government downplayed these reports by saying that only a portion of workers were taking part in the industrial action.

Opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who fled to Lithuania in the wake of the protests last week, said earlier on Monday that she is ready and willing to take the role of an interim leader in case new elections are held.

※ 川流桃桜@AgainstEmpire@kawamomotwitt氏の2020/8/19のツイート
中国の国連大使は、ベラルーシで起こっていることは国内問題であり国際的な脅威ではなく、安保理が扱う問題ではないと強調。これこそ国際法を遵守する節度有る国の態度だと思うのだが、「民主化」と云う宣伝文句を聞いた途端に頭に血が上って原理原則を無視する人が多い。>

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/8/22のツイート
反対派は、米CIA/MI6、ポーランド、ウクライナ、リトアニアのネオナチの力で勝てると誤算。ロシアとの関係を切断、統一国家を破壊、ユーラシア経済連合、CSTO、CISからも脱退、EU/NATOに加盟、ロシア語禁止し弾圧すると書いている! 露骨すぎてWEBから慌てて削除。あほ

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/8/24のツイート
ベラルーシの「平和的民主活動家」は、治安部隊を殺害し、その家族も攻撃すると相談。会話内容がリークされた! 治安部隊も活動家も双方を殺害し、一気に暴力を拡大し内戦を起こそうとする伝統的カラー革命の手法! 米NATOのクーデターに「民主」のベールを被せて楽しい?
https://twitter.com/i/status/12967

aljazeera
Belarus protest leader 'abducted' after mass anti-gov't march
Unidentified people reportedly detain Maria Kolesnikova in central Minsk as police arrest demonstrators.
Belarusian protest leader Maria Kolesnikova has been abducted by unidentified individuals in central Minsk, according to the Belarusian Tut.By media outlet, citing a witness.

Masked men took her and drove off in a minivan, said Tut.By.

The development on Monday came hours after security forces arrested 633 protesters following a mass anti-government rally on Sunday, the latest since the disputed August election.

Police in Minsk said they had not arrested Kolesnikova, according to Russia's Interfax news agency.

Kolesnikova is the last one left in Belarus of three female politicians who joined forces before the August 9 presidential election to challenge longtime leader Alexander Lukashenko.

A vocal critic of Lukashenko, she has played an important role in the country's post-election political crisis, which has seen weeks of mass protests and strikes by people who accuse the strongman of rigging his re-election, something he denies.

Before the vote, Kolesnikova teamed up with opposition presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya who later fled to Lithuania, and with Veronika Tsepkalo, who has also since left the country.

Another leading activist, Olga Kovalkova, arrived in Poland on Saturday, saying she had been told she would face arrest if she stayed in Belarus.

Tsepkalo told Al Jazeera from Poland that her allies in Belarus still did not have any information on Kolesnikova's whereabouts.

"Hopefully she will be released as soon as possible. I really worry about her," she said.

Tsepkalo also said it was "not safe right now for the leaders and as you can see all the leaders are put in prison, detained or had to leave the country".

"Lukashenko isolates the strongest leaders. During this presidential season, he has put two opposition leaders in prison. My husband is facing up to 15 years behind bars on criminal charges," she said.

Tsikhanouskaya said the reported abduction of Kolesnikova looked like an attempt by authorities to derail the opposition's Coordination Council and intimidate its members.



Lawyers looking for Belarusian opposition politicians Kolesnikova, Kravtsov, Rodnenkov
The lawyers have been unable to get in touch with them
MINSK, September 7. /TASS/. Lawyers are looking for representatives of the Belarusian opposition’s Coordination Council Maria Kolesnikova, Ivan Kravtsov and Anton Rodnenkov whom they could not get in touch with, the council’s press service said on Monday.

"We have so far been unable to get in touch with Maria Kolesnikova, Ivan Kravtsov and Anton Rodnenkov. The lawyers are looking for them. The appropriate notifications of defense acceptance will be sent to the State Security Committee (KGB) and the Investigative Committee soon," the report said.

Some Belarusian media outlets earlier reported that unidentified individuals had abducted Kolesnikova near the National Art Museum in Minsk on the morning of September 7. Member of the Coordination Council’s Presidium Maxim Znak confirmed to TASS that they could not get in touch with Kolesnikova.

The Interior Ministry’s Minsk Directorate informed TASS that it was verifying reports about Kolesnikova’s disappearance. The Interior Ministry said it had no information about the detention of the opposition politician.

During the election campaign, Maria Kolesnikova worked at the headquarters of Viktor Babariko, who was denied registration as a presidential candidate. Later on, she supported Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and became a member of the Coordination Council’s Presidium.

Belarus held its presidential election on August 9. According to the Central Election Commission’s data, incumbent President Alexander Lukashenko won 80.10% of the vote, whereas Svetlana Tikhanovskaya, who was considered to be his key rival, garnered 10.12% of the ballot. Subsequently, she refused to recognize the outcome of the polls. After the results of exit polls were announced late on August 9, mass protests flared up in downtown Minsk and other cities. In the early days they were accompanied by clashes between protesters and police. The authorities call for an end to illegal rallies, while the Coordination Council set up by the opposition demands more protests.

※ mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/9/8のツイート
今朝4時、ティカノフスカヤが「行方不明」と騒いでいたマリア・コレスニコヴァが、ウクライナとの国境を違法に突破しようとして逮捕された! 当局に誘拐されたと騒ぎながら、まだ国内にいたんだ。そして違法出国で逮捕された。ベラルーシの反対派は想像以上のアホ
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 18:12| Comment(2) | 国際・政治

If Berlin can bring Russia’s Navalny to Charite hospital, why can’t it help Assange? German MP asks

mko@trappedsoldier氏の2020/9/8のツイート
今日の「裁判」まで、ジュリアン・アサンジは自分の弁護士に面会することを6か月間許可されなかった。
アサンジはまた、彼に対する米国政府の起訴状を読むことを許可されなかった。即ち、彼は自分が何で起訴されているかを知ることもできなかった訳だ!
そして彼はイギリスの刑務所で拷問されている

RT2020/9/8
If Berlin can bring Russia’s Navalny to Charite hospital, why can’t it help Assange? German MP asks
A German MP is calling on her government to provide medical assistance to the "seriously ill" WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, saying that Berlin spared no effort when it came to Russian opposition figure, Alexey Navalny.

Berlin should not be supporting the US-orchestrated attack "on journalists, on press freedom and on democracy," said Heike Haensel, the deputy head of the Left Party's parliamentary group in the German Bundestag, as she addressed a crowd of Assange supporters outside of the Central Criminal Court of England and Wales.

Dozens of people, including fashion designer Vivienne Westwood as well as journalist and documentary filmmaker John Pilger, have come to the Old Baily to support the WikiLeaks founder and call for his release on Monday ahead of yet another hearing on his extradition to the US, where he could face up to 175 years in jail.

Haensel said that she and her fellow MPs were "totally shocked about the conditions of this trial," which she said could by no means be called "fair." The lawmaker called on London to "put an end" to this process, adding that "it is unbelievable what happens… in this court."

The MP also had some questions for her own government, since Berlin did not hesitate to portray itself as a defender of justice and human rights in the case of Alexey Navalny.

I ask my government: if the German government can bring the Russian [opposition figure] Alexey Navalny to the Charite hospital in Berlin, why doesn't it make the same offer to the seriously ill Julian Assange?

Navalny, an anti-corruption blogger turned opposition activist and ardent critic of the Kremlin, felt unwell while on a plane flying over Siberia. He was promptly hospitalized in the Siberian city of Omsk, where doctors stabilized his condition and placed him in a medically-induced coma.

Within two days, Navalny was flown to Germany on a privately-sponsored jet after his family and supporters pressed the Omsk doctors into approving his transfer. There, he was transported to Berlin's renowned Charite hospital in a Bundeswehr (German Armed Forces) intensive care ambulance truck and officially made "the guest of the chancellor," Angela Merkel.

However, Berlin has so far demonstrated much less interest in the fate of the WikiLeaks founder, who has spent the last 16 months in the high security Belmarsh Prison while being confined to his cell for up to 23 hours a day with no visitors allowed. The 49-year-old repeatedly complained about his deteriorating health and was subject to what the UN rapporteur on torture, Nils Melzer, called "prolonged psychological torture."

Haensel has called on her government to grant Assange "political asylum in Germany or within the European Union." As it stands, however, the WikiLeaks founder is facing another extradition trial at the US' request on Monday.

The charges leveled against the journalist include conspiracy, vague accusations that he recruited hackers to assist him, violation of the US Espionage Act, and conspiracy to "commit computer intrusion" for allegedly trying to help ex-US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 16:31| Comment(0) | 国際・政治