Thursday, 17 March 2011

A Nuclear Reactor Explained by Poop and Farts: Nuclear Reactor Boy's Tummy Ache



And have you seen the video of a dog in Japan stays by the side of its ailing friend in the rubble? I was crying bucket loads watching it.

24 comments:

  1. LOL, interesting yet informative! Thank you for sharing! I heard quite a number of the plant workers had infected with radiation when they trying to cool down the plant, *sweats!

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  2. this is all so sad, so very sad

    bb

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  3. @Alice,
    I kinda like how Japanese can explain things this way.

    Let's hope things will get much better for Northern Japan. And for us, panicking/too much worrying is not the best way to deal with it.

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  4. @bengbeng?
    It is sad to see the affected people in Northern Japan going through now. Let's hope help will reach to everybody in need there. I do worry at them, looking at the now snowing area there. Imagine having to contend with cold,cold weather on top of all that!

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  5. This is a good video! So funny but really make it easy for everyone to understand about nuclear reactor meltdown. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. @foong,
    The video makes it so easy to understand, doesn't it?

    I think rather than have blind panic about the meltdown, some knowledge (even if its comes from a cartoon form) would be good.

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  7. I agree that it's really sad to see and hear what's happening in Japan right now. I hope the nuke problem is resolved fast.

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  8. You got one bucket. I got one bucket.
    Shall we call the helicopters to collect them?
    I am sure they also taste like sea water.

    1st video: You cried because it's funny.
    2nd video: You cried because it's touching.

    Aiyo, you put the wrong videos together but somehow you get the same effect!

    Thanks for correcting my Malay.
    I really appreciate it. :)
    Let me know if I make any mistakes in the future, please.

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  9. They usually produce some interesting videos, but this one makes it pretty easy to understand what it is all about.

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  10. @London Caller,
    Don't collect our buckets of tears lah... the last thing they/we need is more salty water!

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  11. @Japan Australia,
    They sure do have interesting educational-type videos, don't they?

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  12. @Mei Teng,
    I hope so too. :(

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  13. Very enjoyable account.The government should use this video.Everyone can feel safe.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  14. @cocomino,
    I feel a sense of things getting back to normal reading accounts from people in Japan but over here, the news shows a bleak picture of Japan. So most of the people here aren't feeling safe.

    How about you?

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  15. The video is entertaining and educational at the same time. So make it easier for people to understand, which is good. We need something light at dire times such as this

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  16. @Bella,
    Yes, the video talks about a serious matter in a light way and we understand it.

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  17. I agree.
    For example children wear masks and can't play outdoor because of the radiation. I think that is absolute nonsense now. Everyone has gotten hysterical a little.
    Time will solve the problem.
    I said to my wife not to watch the news for long time.
    I will recommend this video for my wife.thanks.

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  18. @cocomino,
    and people should read Japanese people's comments about the situation.

    Whenever I read the news, I get worried but the I visited all your blogs and see other than those badly affected, life is back (or almost) back to normal.

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  19. the video about the dog was extremely touching. hope the wounded dog will recover soon.

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  20. @LR,
    It shows that we should have compassion for all living things. Animals know sufferings too.

    Oh, I'm sad again. :(

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  21. I saw that video and like you, I cried. Its very touching and beautiful to see. Animals do have instincts and they suffer too.

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  22. @cuteandcurls,
    And I was heartbroken this morning.

    On the way to a Pasar Tani, we saw a cat trying to cross a busy road gets knocked down by a car but managed to run to safety. We looked for the cat afterwards, but the cat succumbed to injuries. Maybe its best that the cat didn't suffer long. :(

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  23. Lina, this is where I get all animal rampage on wreckless drivers tau. Even my own home country is the same, I hear and see this horrible stories of innocent animals getting run over or treated badly makes me want to grab a gun and shot those morons down. Poor cat :-(

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  24. @cuteandcurls,
    I feel the same. Kesian kucing2 tu. :(

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