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Posted in: Far right falters as conservatives lead French regional vote See in context

ZaphodToday 09:07 am JST

Le Penn is not "far right", she is common sense. This name-calling by the media is getting so tiring.

In what world are you living ?!

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Posted in: Nuclear reactor problem a new headache for designer and China See in context

GoodlucktoyouToday 10:40 am JST

Nuclear is outdated, expensive, requires 1000 years of safe radiation storage and an immense security risk.

Outdated ?! In what world ? Or maybe you mean compared to coal or gas ?

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Posted in: Bitcoin jumps after Musk says Tesla could use it again See in context

This guy ... Sell your BTC and leave us alone instead of pump and dumping every week !

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Posted in: American father, son to go on trial for helping Ghosn flee Japan See in context

Am confused by the comments here, whatever your feelings for Ghosn are, the guys obviously illegally exfiltrated a person out of the country. They are going to jail, in Japan like it would be the case anywhere else.

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Posted in: Colonial Pipeline confirms it paid $4.4 mil to hackers See in context

Getting such ransom in bitcoin ? I would be worried ....

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Posted in: Why has the price of Bitcoin been falling? See in context

There's nothing mysterious, people got scared Tesla would dump their 1.5B USD/BTC...

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Posted in: Tesla's Musk halts use of bitcoin for car purchases See in context

letsberealisticToday 03:26 pm JST

EppeeToday  01:58 pm JST

RecklessToday 01:36 pm JST

I wonder what his real reason is.

His real reason is to reduce harm to the environment, as he said. Like most people with autism (as he recently divulged), Musk lacks the capacity to be dishonest or deceptive.

For a guy selling ELECTRIC cars and sending rockets to space, that's quite interesting.

Or maybe they'll soon allow only solar energy to charge Teslas ?

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Posted in: Tesla's Musk halts use of bitcoin for car purchases See in context

RecklessToday 01:36 pm JST

I wonder what his real reason is.

Subvention and political pressure from the US government ?

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Posted in: U.S. state of Ohio offers $1 mil COVID vaccine lottery See in context

Happy DayToday 01:05 pm JST

If people do not see a clear benefit and are reluctant, respect their decision and move on.

What about stopping this pandemic which has been ravaging the world and its economy for the last year and half ?

Or maybe they've got another solution ?

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Posted in: Dogecoin: 'Joke' virtual currency touted by Elon Musk See in context

I am all for cryptocurrencies but I won't do anything serious with DOGE. It adds 14.4M DOGE per day, that's quite a lot of daily fiat necessary to only keep it afloat.

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Posted in: Anger in France after 'civil war' warning over Macron's 'concessions' to Islamism See in context

The letter is actually pretty empty, just rambling about "elders", world war 1 and 2, years of service for the army, no particular event or situation, and finishing by stating that if a civial war were to happen the army will maintain order by its own, implying going against the government.

Clearly written by the usual far right extremists.

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Posted in: China suspends economic dialogue with Australia See in context

tooheysnewToday 07:35 am JST

consumers should suspend buying any Chinese products - I’m playing my part

Seriously how do you do that ? You don't have any electronics, electrics and similar ?

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Posted in: Germany busts international child porn site used by 400,000 See in context

Good catch, I would like to know how they found them though.

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Posted in: Japanese journalist indicted in Myanmar on 'fake news' charge See in context

SkepticalToday 09:49 am JST

Reporters Without Borders, a [...] I would certainly want to get as far away from all of it as soon as humanly possible.

And go back home to report about the latest tuna sale ?

Journalists should be supported, how are we going to know what's going on in Myanmar ? Just through the gov propaganda and the filtered Internet ?

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Posted in: Pfizer CEO: Vaccine third dose 'likely' needed within 12 months See in context

I remember having multiple shots when I got vaccinated against the hepatitis B.

Or the booster shots every couple of years you get as a kid. Even as an adult aren't we supposed to get boosters every 10 years or so on our current vaccines ?

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Posted in: S Korea aims to fight Japan's Fukushima decision at world tribunal See in context

Fighto!Today 11:04 am JST

The water is 100 percent harmless. Just about all drinking water around the world would be more harmful. These protests from the usual suspects are just for domestic political points.

I wouldn't try though: https://www.dw.com/en/north-south-korea-oppose-japans-plan-to-release-radioactive-fukushima-water/a-50400161

"A study by the regional Kahoko Shinpo newspaper confirmed that levels of iodine 129 and ruthenium 106 exceeded acceptable levels in 45 out of 84 samples in calendar 2017. Iodine 129 has a half-life of 15.7 million years and can cause cancer of the thyroid. Ruthenium 106 is produced by nuclear fission and can be toxic in high doses while also being carcinogenic when ingested.

TEPCO later admitted that levels of strontium 90 were more than 90 times above legally permitted levels in 65,000 tons of water that had already been treated at the site."

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Posted in: U.S. shuts once-secret Guantanamo prison unit; moves prisoners See in context

bass4funkToday 10:19 am JST

They’re not going to close them down, never. The US needs an off site where we can always interrogate and use coheres methods to obtain vital information from terrorist

I am confused, who decide who are the terrorists and who needs to be tortured ?

Why if for some reason your government decides to send you there ?

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Posted in: New recruits mark 1st day at work, with many ceremonies held online See in context

welcome, welcome, and ... good luck.

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Posted in: Japan asks IAEA support for Fukushima tank water release See in context

Why not dumping it into Inawashiro lake ? Should be big enough if the radioactivity is so low.

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Posted in: Russia criticizes U.S. refusal to hold quick Putin-Biden call See in context

bass4funkToday 11:54 am JST

Putin must be frustrated; 45 jumped to the phone whenever his boss called.

Ok, now back to reality, why won’t Biden confront Putin and challenge him to a debate? Biden is smart, so he says...he should show the nation Putin is not match for him when it comes to facts. I think it’s fair, better than slinging Nukes at each other.

I am confused, why would country's leaders would debate about anything ?! Is it a TV show or something ? To keep the plebs entertained ?

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Posted in: Georgia massage parlor shootings leave 8 dead; man captured See in context

a passion for guns and God

This kind of person always baffle me ...

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Posted in: China, IOC make vaccine deal for Tokyo, Beijing athletes See in context

joey stalinToday 12:46 pm JST

China's success inspires hatred, delusions and envy from all the world's losers.

That's why there's so much immigration in China...

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Posted in: A year after crash, markets boom but bust fears loom See in context

A pyramid scheme ready to implode at any moment.

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Posted in: Rush to bitcoin? Not so fast, say keepers of corporate coffers See in context

This gangster argument is also nonsense. The USD is currently the first currency used for illicit transactions. The fiat in cash is completly anonymous while Bitcoin is not, one can trace all the transactions since its inception, that's why the cash is still the illegal business king.

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Posted in: Rush to bitcoin? Not so fast, say keepers of corporate coffers See in context

sourpussToday 03:13 pm JST

nothing you say there is an actual improvement on the current system. risks included. and your remarks about computer usage don’t make sense. in order to be more widely used, bitcoin needs more computers and therefore exponentially more power.

That's simply not true.

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Posted in: Rush to bitcoin? Not so fast, say keepers of corporate coffers See in context

sourpussToday 12:34 pm JST

> no, what’s really funny is how a currency that proponents pride as being secure keeps getting stolen and people keep losing passwords for it.

As much as people getting their internet banking password stolen, not more. What about credit cards ? You don't even need to rob it physically to use it ...

what’s also really funny is how something that proponents keep saying is the currency of the future has a miserable track record in environmental friendliness and can only get worse due to the incentives built into the system.

Bitcoin doesn't need more than a normal computer to run, lots of people currently want a share of the pie and participate, this is summed in those ridiculous comparisons.

They convert energy into currency, like close to any business does.

What about the usage of Visa or Mastercard ? All the terminals, the ATMS, the banks computers, servers, physical offices woldwide, ...

Or gold mining ?

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Posted in: Rush to bitcoin? Not so fast, say keepers of corporate coffers See in context

It's really funny the amount of anti crypto currency propaganda Reuters and Bloomberg produce. A bit disapointing that major news delivery websites like JT only forward those.

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Posted in: Swiss voters narrowly back ban on full face coverings in public places See in context

Desert TortoiseToday 12:13 pm JST

The Swiss I fear have opened a can of worms they will, in the fullness of time, deeply regret opening.

What are you implying ? Terrorism ?

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Posted in: French ex-president Sarkozy handed jail term for corruption See in context

2 suspended years and 1 of house arrest, I am not sure we can call that jail term ...

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Posted in: Game on, again: GameStop surges and no one truly knows why See in context

egads man!Today 01:09 pm JST

It's been posited that hedge funds are shorting ETFs that own GameStop stock instead of shorting the stock itself. Other news has reported short-sellers of GME lost $818 million on Wednesday.

There is indeed a small group of well funded people short selling it via all the possible means since the beginning, they've been screwed but I think by some other well funded institutions, WallStreetBets is just anecdotal and has only brought the fight to the public lights.

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