[FRIAM] Apocalypse in Japan
carl at plektyx.com
Wed Mar 16 22:07:32 EDT 2011
Everything of consequence is on a fault somewhere.
On 3/16/11 5:31 PM, Gillian Densmore wrote:
> Well not just that but hopefuly it's a time to apreciat the unreal
> amount of help asia does for the global economy. That being said
> offshoring is a horrible way to run the US economy. It makes it way to
> sustible to not just economic problems but natural acts of God! More
> work done 'in house' in the long run produces more job oprotunaties
> and ensures that companies need not unduly wory about certain what
> ifs: from earthquakes to just being fickle.
> On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 7:13 AM, Alfredo Covaleda
> <alfredocovaleda at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Who is going to produce the good and services that Japan is stoping to
>> manufacture because of the disaster? My probably "raw opinion" is that an
>> unfortunate event like this one, is the oportunity that US needs to
>> reactive his economy. ¿Isn't it?
>> Alfredo C.
>> 2011/3/15 Jochen Fromm<jofr at cas-group.net>
>>> A strong earthquake, a massive tsunami, a volcano eruption and an
>>> explosion of a nuclear plant. Can it be worse?
>>> Every crisis is also a chance. John F. Kennedy observed that "when written
>>> in Chinese, the word 'crisis' is composed of two characters - one represents
>>> danger, and the other represents opportunity", see http://bit.ly/fxpvlf
>>> Maybe this is a good opportunity to move away from nuclear power. Such a
>>> catastrophe could happen to San Francisco, too, anytime. What about
>>> California's nuclear power plants?
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