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2019年03月22日

まだF1沖の海水温は高い状態が続く

※ 大沼安史 @BOOgandhi氏の11:52 - 2019年3月22日のツイート
〔海洋速報〕(2019/3/22)21日の「調整」のあと、フクイチ発「放射能汚染地下水・核燃接触温排水・ホット海洋プルーム 」の「赤」が消えてしまいました! https://www1.kaiho.mlit.go.jp/KANKYO/KAIYO/qboc/anomaly/anomaly.html … …
@Kiyoshi_IWATA @namiekuwabara @microcarpa1 @oshidori_ken @taro_koho


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次のツイートは、以前に引用したことがあります。


2015年08月31日
長者原からF1ウオッチング 2015/8

2014年11月13日
とうとう宇宙人が見かねてやって来た??

2018年03月14日
F1沖に航空機飛来か
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 15:38| Comment(0) | 福島原発事故

2019年03月21日

EU to Reportedly Reject UK May's Request for Brexit Delay

EU to Reportedly Reject UK May's Request for Brexit Delay

UK prime minister Theresa May's plan to delay Brexit by three months and a new withdrawal date has been set for no later than 22 May, the Guardian reported on Thursday.

Mrs. May is currently seeking an extension of Article 50 to 30 June with EU officials in Brussels so that she can urge MPs to pass the required legislation, but only if MPs back her Brexit plan next week.

But according to sources at an EU ambassadors meeting on late Wednesday, the EU has come to a consensus that the UK should leave the bloc no later than 23 May, just before European elections.

Some member states favoured a "longer period and some a shorter", but agreed that 22 May would be the maximum amount of time permitted.
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posted by ZUKUNASHI at 14:25| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

Tehran, Moscow, Ankara Discuss Status of Syrian Crisis’ Prisoners

FARSNEWS2019/3/20
Tehran, Moscow, Ankara Discuss Status of Syrian Crisis’ Prisoners
TEHRAN (FNA)- Representatives from 3 guarantor states of the Astana peace process - Iran, Russia and Turkey - plus envoys from the United Nations (UN) and the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) exchanged views on the process for prisoners swap in Syria.

Representatives from Iran, Russia, Turkey, the ICRC, and the UN held a working-level meeting in Moscow on Tuesday on exchange of detainees and kidnapped individuals during the last eight years of Syrian conflict.

Iranian Director General for the Middle East and North African Affairs Hamid Reza Dehqani represented Iran in the seventh round of the working-level negotiations.

The parties agreed to hold the eighth round of the committees’ talks on the sidelines of the next Astana summit that is set to take place by the next two months in the Kazakh capital.

The Astana talks, started in 2017, are an initiative of Iran, Russia and Turkey meant to sort out the eight years of war in Syria through trilateral negotiations. The trio have held 11 rounds of such negotiations so far that have led to important decisions about a peaceful settlement of the Syrian conflict.

Back in mid-February, The Presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey stressed, in a final statement issued at the end of the high-profile Sochi summit on Syria, that the United States' possible retreat from Syria would help strengthen stability and security in the war-torn country.

The three chief executives voiced their strong opposition to the start of any new war in Syria under anti-terrorism claims, and stressed that they would show resolve in preserving and protecting Syria's sovereignty and territorial integrity.

To this end, they added, the US military pullout, if it happens, would be a positive move in line with reinvigorating security and stability in Syria.

Meantime, the trio reiterated in their statement that they would also stand tough against "separatist" moves.

Hassan Rouhani, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan gathered in Sochi on February 14, 2019 for a Tripartite Summit on Syria.


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 01:20| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

パーキンソン病患者はじゃ香、アルツハイマー病患者はバニラ、がん患者は土のにおいがする

RT2019/3/20
A former nurse who can smell the “musky odour” of Parkinson’s disease has helped scientists develop a new test that can detect the condition before symptoms appear.

People with a heightened sense of smell have reported a musky odour from patients with Parkinson’s disease, and “super smeller” Joy Milne, 68, from Scotland claims she first noticed the smell on her husband, Les, 12 years before he was diagnosed with the condition.

Milne didn’t learn of her super-smelling talents, until she attended a Parkinson’s support group with her husband and found everyone had the same distinct odour.

Milne mentioned the strange revelation to neurobiologist, Tilo Kunath, who studies Parkinson’s at Edinburgh University.

Kunath tested Milne’s skills by having her sniff a series of t-shirts worn by Parkinson’s patients and healthy people, in which she identified all confirmed cases and one other ‘healthy person’ who she said had the same scent. Eight months later that person was diagnosed with the disease.

Together with Perdita Barran, of the University of Manchester, the pair worked to identify the compounds that make up the distinctive odour and develop their non-invasive screening test for early detection. Their results were published in the journal ACS Central Science.

Barran said early detection is crucial when treating Parkinson’s disease, which can often be hindered by confusion between natural brain digresion due to aging, and the neurodegenerative disorder.

Scientists are now testing the technique on a group of people taking part in a sleep study in Austria after people with rapid eye movement (REM) sleep deprivation disorder were previously found to have a 50 percent risk of developing Parkinson’s in later life.

It’s hoped the test could help doctors diagnose and treat the disease at its earliest stage, meaning more patients could avail of experimental drugs that can protect brain cells from being eroded by the disease.

Milne, who says Alzheimer’s also has a vanilla-like smell, and cancer has an earthy odour, is now working with researchers to identify an odour associated with tuberculosis.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 01:05| Comment(7) | 健康づくり

2019年03月20日

Boeing 737 MAX pilots frantically searched manual as craft flew into water – report

RT2019/3/20
Boeing 737 MAX pilots frantically searched manual as craft flew into water – report
The pilots of the Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX were searching in manuals for a solution to an apparent malfunction of a flight assistance system right until the aircraft plunged into water killing 189 people on board, Reuters reports.

The news agency provided additional details about the October 2018 crash based on three sources who are familiar with what was found on the airliner’s flight recorders.

A preliminary report into the incident was released in November, but the recorders were recovered only in January, and their transcripts were not made public.

According to the story, the first officer and later the captain of the jet were going through a handbook for a solution to the abnormal aircraft behavior they were experiencing.

They continued doing it right until the Boeing plane plunged into the Java Sea. The first officer, who was manning the control column right before the crash, seemed to become desperate, as indicated by weaker inputs than those made by the captain.

“It is like a test where there are 100 questions and when the time is up you have only answered 75,” once source said. “So you panic. It is a time-out condition.”

The crew was also oblivious to the fact that the plane’s anti-stall system, which was misled by a faulty sensor into detecting a stall, was using the plane’s trim system to push its nose down. The system is usually used to keep the aircraft level and the system is supposed to prevent the crew from lifting the nose too much.

“They didn’t seem to know the trim was moving down,” the same source said. “They thought only about airspeed and altitude. That was the only thing they talked about.”

The cause of the Lion Air flight crash is yet to be officially confirmed, but the prime suspect is the Manoeuvring Characteristics Augmentation System, or MCAS, which was developed for the 737 MAX. The US-based producer has since pushed a software upgrade which was supposed to change how much authority is given to the system in controlling the aircraft.

The suspected problem came under scrutiny again after yet another 737 MAX crash in Ethiopia, which, according to French air accident investigation agency BEA, showed “clear similarities” to the Lion Air disaster.

In a separate report this week, Bloomberg revealed that the aircraft which crashed in October was saved by an off-duty pilot in a similar emergency on the previous day.

The incident was mentioned in a preliminary report by the Indian flight authority last November. However, this did not reveal the presence of a third pilot or details of how the disaster was averted.

RT2019/3/20
Off-duty pilot reportedly saved Boeing 737 MAX from crashing day before disaster
An extra pilot, who hitched a ride on a Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX a day before its crash in October, saved it during an emergency strikingly similar to the one that proved fatal, Bloomberg reports.

The new airliner plunged into the Java Sea killing all 189 people on board apparently due to a malfunction in an anti-stall system which pushed the nose of the aircraft down.

A day before the crash the same aircraft experienced a similar problem but was saved by an off-duty pilot who realized what was happening and instructed the crew on how to stop the system from affecting the flight, the agency said.

Indonesian air authorities earlier reported the incident itself and said a checklist of procedures were followed to handle the situation. But the presence of a third pilot in the cockpit or how the disaster was averted was not mentioned in the preliminary report into the crash, which was released in November. Bloomberg cites two people familiar with Indonesia’s investigation as sources for its story.

The Manoeuvring Characteristics Augmentation System, or MCAS, is designed to prevent the crew from accidentally lifting the nose of the jet too high which may result in stalling.

Before the crash a faulty sensor apparently indicated this was happening while in reality the plane was safe. The system pushed the nose of the 737 MAX down, plunging it into the sea.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 23:30| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

今 千葉が不気味 セシウムは合成麻薬と同じ効果?

2017/3 千葉県松戸市リンちゃん殺害事件。

2018/9〜10
産経2019.2.28 18:24社会事件・疑惑
千葉切断遺体、死因は「窒息死」 長男を殺人罪で追起訴
 千葉県の九十九里浜一帯で昨年9〜10月、同県八街(やちまた)市の山田容子さん=当時(75)=の切断された遺体が相次いで見つかった事件で、千葉地検は28日、長男の基裕(もとひろ)被告(38)=死体損壊・遺棄罪で起訴=を殺人罪で追起訴した。地検は認否を明らかにしていない。
 起訴状によると、昨年9月25〜27日、自宅で同居する山田さんの首を圧迫し、殺害したとしている。これまで山田さんの死因は不明とされていたが、捜査の結果、窒息死と判断した。

時事通信社2019年3月14日(木)21時03分
遺棄容疑で長男逮捕=資材置き場の白骨遺体−千葉県警
 千葉県白井市の資材置き場で1月、白骨化した遺体が見つかった事件で、県警捜査1課などは遺体の身元を同県柏市戸張、長谷川嘉久さん(1947年生まれ)と特定し、死体遺棄容疑で14日、長男の自営業、敬悦容疑者(47)=住所不定=を逮捕した。容疑を認めているという。
 逮捕容疑は、嘉久さんの遺体をブルーシートで包み、当時住んでいた柏市内の民家の床下に埋め、2017年ごろ立ち去り遺棄した疑い。

遺体を柏から白井に移動させたのは誰?

2019/2/26、千葉県山武市スーパーアクション殺人事件
山武市ですが、八街市役所に近い。
この事件、ちょっと興味があります。もと製材所の工場だったところで70歳くらいの爺さんが体を縛られ、顔にガムテープを貼られて死んでいたというものです。

この件について調べた人は、SM関連ではないかと書いている人がいます。体を紐で縛られていた、畑の中で隣は事務所の人気のない犯行場所、声を出しても聞こえません。スーパーアクションという工場の名前がいかにも思わせぶりです。

でも、警察の発表や発見者の供述からすれば違いますね。
・山武市埴谷における男性殺人事件の発生及び捜査本部の設置(山武警察署捜査本部)
 男性(71)が日時場所等不明なるも、何れかの手段方法により殺害される事件が発生。同男性は、2月25日午後10時39分頃、山武市埴谷の工場内で発見。2月26日午後3時、山武警察署に捜査本部を設置
・・・殺害日時場所等不明なんだそうです。

2019/3/3 3月3日午前9時44分頃、八千代市大和田新田の倉庫に放火し、同倉庫を焼損させた派遣社員の男(29)を逮捕
この火災、大きな黒い煙が上がりました。職場での恨みつらみが積み重なっていたんですね。

2019/3/10、千葉・匝瑳市の海岸に全裸の男性遺体
山武市よりも北。
テレ朝NEWS2019/3/10
匝瑳市にある堀川浜で10日午前6時ごろ、海岸を散歩していた女性から「人が砂浜に倒れている」と119番通報がありました。駆け付けた救急隊と警察官が、衣服を何も身に着けていない状態で仰向けに倒れて死亡している男性を発見しました。警察によりますと、男性に目立った外傷はなく死後、あまり時間が経っていないとみられます。男性は、年齢は20代から30代くらいで身長約175センチ、黒髪の短髪だということです。

子供の虐待死もあります。

あちこちの用水路や池などで遺体が見つかっています。3/13は道路でも遺体。

2019年3月13日15:57 JNN/TBS
千葉県野田市で13日朝、歩行者の列に乗用車が突っ込みました。男女3人がはねられ、死亡しました。
金子容疑者は通勤途中で、「体調が悪かった」と話し、容疑を認めているということです。現場は、片側一車線の直線道路が交わる交差点で見通しは良い場所ですが、路面にブレーキ痕はなかったということです。
(14日10:43) JNN/TBS
男は「意識を失った」という趣旨の供述をしています。
13日午前7時半ごろ、千葉県野田市の交差点で信号待ちをしていた70代の男女3人が歩道に乗り上げた乗用車にはねられ死亡し、車を運転していた会社員・金子龍司容疑者(42)が過失運転傷害の疑いで現行犯逮捕されました。
 その後の捜査関係者への取材で、金子容疑者は「事故を起こす直前に意識を失った」という趣旨の供述をしていることが新たに分かりました。
 警察は容疑を過失運転致死に切り替え、事故の経緯を調べています。

最近嫌な事件が目につきましたが、どうも増えている感じ? 千葉県警の事件簿ファイルで調べてみました。

河川や池や山で続々遺体発見
2018年11月11日午後7時26分頃、柏市大井の手賀沼で、浮いている年齢等不詳の女性の死体を発見
死者は、身長約150センチメートル、頭髪白髪まじり、上衣エンジ色長袖ブラウス、下衣青色長ズボン、靴下着用

2019年1月31日午後2時28分頃、流山市思井の山林内で、散歩をしていた近隣居住の男性が白骨死体を発見。死体は、上衣紺色ジャンパー様の物、白色トレーナー様の物、下衣黒色ズボン、茶色皮ベルト、黒色靴下、黒色靴着用
流山市思井は、こんなところです。


2019年2月5日午後零時10分頃、成田市小菅の山林内で、通行人の男性が白骨死体を発見。死者は、年齢性別等不明、付近に青色っぽいダウンジャケット、色不明の靴、青色っぽい手提げカバン

2019年2月5日午後2時50分頃、富津市金谷の鋸山で、登山に訪れた男性らが死体を発見。死者は、年齢性別等不明、上衣黒色長袖ジャンパー着用

2019年2月27日午後3時40分頃、匝瑳市堀川の海岸砂浜で、海岸を散策中の男性が年齢性別等不詳の白骨死体の一部(下顎骨)を発見

2019年3月5日午前10時30分頃、流山市大字桐ケ谷の用水路内で、散歩中の女性が年齢等不詳の男性の死体を発見
 死者は、上衣黒色っぽいジャンパー様の物、色不明のパーカー、下衣色不明のズボン、ベルト、靴下着用、白色っぽいスニーカー

2019年3月6日午前9時56分頃、成田市成田で、池の中に浮いている年齢性別不詳者を発見

2019年3月15日午後5時50分頃、千葉市中央区港町の河川内に、死体が浮いているのを通行人の男性が発見

冬でも海岸で発見される遺体、海中で溺れる例が出ています。
2019年1月27日午後零時18分頃、匝瑳市吉崎の海岸で、男性(64)がサーフィン中に所在不明となり、家族らが捜索中、付近テトラポットで発見され、搬送先の病院で死亡

2019年3月10日午前5時50分頃、匝瑳市堀川の海岸砂浜上で、散策中の女性が男性の死体を発見
死者は、年齢20歳から30歳代くらい、身長175センチメートルくらい、体格中肉、頭髪黒髪 

2019年3月12日午前7時30分頃、長生郡一宮町船頭給の海上で、男性(50歳代くらい)が溺れているのを、サーフィン指導のため岸にいた男性が発見。溺れていた男性は搬送先の病院で死亡

2019年3月16日午前7時37分頃、安房郡鋸南町大帷子の海上で、男性(50歳代くらい)が水泳中に所在不明

でも、前からこんなに遺体発見が多かったのでしょうか。
生活に困窮したりする人が増えて、金銭的なトラブルから殺人、死体遺棄、投棄が増えている。

自殺もある。これは確実にありそうです。

そして管理人が感じるのは、3月に海に入って溺れている人もいるようなので、何か精神的に異常を来して珍しい、とっぴな行動に出る人が増えている、そんな気がします。

セシウム被ばくで精神状態が不安定になり、予想外の行動に出る人が増えているような気がしますが、違うでしょうか。

管理人もそのうち徘徊中に遺体に遭遇しそうな気がします。いや、そんなのは大したことない。警察を呼ぶだけだ。

それよりも問題は自分が遺体で運ばれることがないようにするにはどうしたらよいかです。

2019年03月08日
千葉市に町田市、豊島区 大阪 やはりきているようだ

千葉県の事件事故情報は何でも入っています。埼玉県の事件情報は痴漢が多い。東京都は公然わいせつが多い。千葉県は不審者とか公然わいせつなどないのかな。でも強制性交はある。茨城県は住民からの情報収集目的に的を絞っている。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:35| Comment(7) | 社会・経済

今は、なんでも逮捕されるんですね

最新事件・事故ファイル(2019年3月19日)
・器物損壊事件で男を逮捕(船橋東警察署)
 3月18日午後3時11分頃、船橋市習志野の店舗駐車場に設置されたのぼり旗2本を損壊した韓国籍で自称無職の男(67)を逮捕
・バスが関係する交通人身事故の発生について(習志野警察署)
 3月19日午後4時28分頃、習志野市秋津の道路で、バスを運転していた男性(72)が急ブレーキを踏み、乗客6人が転倒などし、病院に搬送
・・・運転手72歳、路線バスですね。バスで立っている時は管理人も気を付けています。

最新事件・事故ファイル(2019年3月20日)
・横領事件で男を逮捕(船橋東警察署)
3月10日午後4時頃、船橋市前原西所在のレンタカー店において、店長管理の普通乗用車1台を翌11日午後4時までに返還する契約を締結した上、同車を借り受け保管中、同契約期限が到来した後も返還することなく、同車を横領した自称アルバイトの男(52)を3月19日逮捕

3/10の16時に乗用車借り受け
3/11の16時返還期限
3/19 逮捕
この1週間、店と借り受け人との間で折衝があったが、借り受け人が返還を拒否した? それなら延長のカネを払え! 今はカネはない。
という経過でしょうか。
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 22:04| Comment(1) | 社会・経済

Lavrov’s deputy to war-hawk Abrams: Venezuela ‘aid’ op unacceptable, Russia to protect its interests

RT2019/3/19
Lavrov’s deputy to war-hawk Abrams: Venezuela ‘aid’ op unacceptable, Russia to protect its interests
Russia is opposed to any efforts by the US to use ‘humanitarian aid’ as a pretext to intervene in Venezuela, Deputy FM Sergey Ryabkov told US special envoy Elliott Abrams, adding that Moscow will protect its interests there.

The diplomats met in Rome on Tuesday to discuss the increasing tensions between Washington and Moscow over the Donald Trump administration’s continued push for regime change in Venezuela.

“We strongly urged the US side… against any temptation to resort to military power. It includes our warning against, so to speak, hardcore massive military intervention, which can’t be excluded given the type of behavior we’ve seen on the US side in recent years,” Ryabkov told RT, where he appeared live after the talks.

The same goes for “low intensity conflicts – the penetration into the sovereign territory of Venezuela from abroad by elements that could be described as paramilitaries to stage provocations and in other ways interfere in the affairs of this state,” he added.

Russia’s representative told Abrams that Moscow’s interests in Venezuela must be protected and said he assumes that Washington has heard that demand. The deputy FM also pointed out that Moscow is increasingly worried about Washington’s sanctions against Caracas.

“How can one blame the [Venezuelan] government for mismanagement, while at the same time depriving this very government of huge assets?” he said, adding that “the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela shouldn’t be abused for political reasons,” and that sanctions must be lifted to improve the life of the people.

The US has been tightening and increasing sanctions on Caracas in recent months in an effort to squeeze President Nicolas Maduro’s government out of power. Washington has called for regime change in favor of right-wing opposition leader Juan Guaido, who Trump threw his support behind in January.

Ryabkov said that during the talks, the US and Russian sides didn’t manage to find consensus on the Venezuela crisis, but acknowledged that he has a better understanding of the US side after the talks which, he said, were “an example on how things can be done professionally.”

“The differences are huge. They’re fundamental in some aspects, including on the aspect of Russia not recognizing Juan Guaido as interim president. Likewise, the US wasn’t able to understand why Russia insists that the legitimate president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro, should be respected as such.”

Meanwhile, the Trump administration has reaffirmed that it is considering “all options” for Venezuela. Trump has said multiple times in recent months that he is not prepared to rule out US military action in the country.

Ryabkov said Moscow was willing to offer its services as an intermediary in Venezuela talks and that Guaido should take the situation and offer seriously.

“I’m sure with a considerable, sufficient degree of political will and reason this situation could be overcome and resolved. What’s needed most is intra-Venezuelan government based on the Venezuelan Constitution,” the deputy FM concluded.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:14| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

US jury finds Monsanto’s Roundup was a ‘substantial factor’ in causing man’s cancer

RT2019/3/20
US jury finds Monsanto’s Roundup was a ‘substantial factor’ in causing man’s cancer
Monsanto/Bayer AG’s glyphosate-based Roundup weed killer was found to be a “substantial factor” in causing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in a California man, as the trial proceeds to its next phase to determine liability and damages.

In a landmark verdict that could affect numerous other cases, a federal jury in San Francisco found Roundup herbicide to be a significant contributing factor in causing the cancer of a man from Santa Rosa, California. During the trial, 70-year-old Edwin Hardeman alleged that his decades-long exposure to the Monsanto product had led him to develop a cancer that affects the immune system, called non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (NHL).

The trial will now proceed to the next phase where the jury is set to determine the liability and damages in the case.

Tuesday's ruling follows another pivotal verdict against Monsanto in August, where the jury awarded terminal cancer patient Dewayne Johnson a staggering $289 million in damages after ruling that the biotechnology corporation failed to properly warn users of Roundup’s health hazards.

Across the US alone, the German pharmaceutical company Bayer, which purchased Monsanto last year, is potentially facing thousands of similar lawsuits involving Roundup weed killer.

“Monsanto has placed an unsafe product on the market, has manipulated the science and manipulated public opinion and has consistently misled people into believing Roundup is safe,” Jennifer Moore, one of the plaintiff’s attorneys, said before the verdict, after the defense team claimed at the trial that the company had “bullied” researchers to suppress negative studies about the weed killer.

The Bayer legal team representing Monsanto for its part continues to argue that Roundup and its active ingredient glyphosate does not cause cancer and that it is safe to use. It also notes that regulators around the world have approved the product.

The German firm found the unanimous ruling from the six-member jury disappointing. “We are confident the evidence in phase two will show that Monsanto’s conduct has been appropriate and the company should not be liable for Mr. Hardeman’s cancer,” the company said.

Not everyone agrees with Monsanto/Bayer AG’s assessment. “Today’s verdict reinforces ...what scientists with the state of California and the World Health Organization have concluded: Glyphosate causes cancer in people,” said Environmental Working Group President Ken Cook. “As similar lawsuits mount, the evidence will grow that Roundup is not safe, and that the company has tried to cover it up.”
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