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  1. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Hi liebe Elchfans,

    I'm sorry this thema is not related to A-class,
    and please allow me to write in English since I'm not still familliar enough
    to express what I want to tell you in German language.

    I'm all right, experiencing the tragic earthquake in Japan.

    We really appreciate all the supports from all over the world,
    including 41 rescue crews from Germany and 27 crews from Switzerland,
    who arrived here within 72 "time limit".

    It's 23:41 on May 13 here in Japan.
    We need to accept planned blackouts every 3 hours in a day starting next morning,
    due to severe electric power shortage caused by atomic power plant accidents.
    It might continue for several months.

    It's sure we're in peril, but we will go forward.

    Regards,
    Ben.JP
     
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  3. #2 Crazyhorst, 13.03.2011
    Crazyhorst

    Crazyhorst Elchfan

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    Bestÿ wishes to all people in japan, i would call this one of the most major natural disasters of modern time..

    Take care !
     
  4. #3 umberto, 13.03.2011
    umberto

    umberto Elchfan

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    Hi Ben,

    I am completely horrified by the pictures from your home country.

    I am so sorry and hope that the nuclear power plant failures will not affect larger areas of Japan. I remember Czernobyl quite lively - the uncertainty and fear were among the most uncomfortable feelings I ever had. The loss of electric power is bad enough.

    I wish you all the best and hope that your country can recover fast (just to get back to normal electricity production is an enormous problem).

    BTW: If you know an organisation in Japan that really helps the people who are in need (and not feed their own bureaucracy) just post here. I think there are Elchfans willing to help you.

    Regards
    Umbi
     
  5. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

    Dabei seit:
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    Hi Crazyhorst, Umbi,

    Thank you from my heart for your replies and your encouraging words. :)
    We are really encouraged feeling that we are tied over the seas and continents.

    The west part of Japan is all right.
    They're not damaged by the earthquake this time,
    and the west part has different electric power grid than that of the east part.
    But the east part of Japan, including Tokyo metropolitan area (the most populated area in Japan)
    as well as where I live, will be greatly affected.

    Me, too.
    Currently the special nuclear disaster operation team is doing their best to avoid the worst case -
    meltdown, explosion, and spread of nuclear materials to all over the world.

    The main problem of the damaged nuclear plants is too-high temperature,
    So they started filling the the strong steel case which covers the nuclear reactor
    with sea-water to cool down the reactor.
    So far they are succeeding.

    Thank you!
    I'll post here when I find some appropriate ones.

    It's about dawn now.
    The Railway companies have decided that many trains will not be operated today
    due to the planned power failure.

    I may not be able to go to the office today.
    But it might be a good thing because Japan Meteorological Agency forecasted yesterday
    that the percentage for occurring another earthquake of more than magnitude 7 within three days
    is about 70 %.
    I can be with my familly in case such big earthquake occurs today.
    (My familly is all right as well.)

    The power failure would start in two hours (we're still not informed exactly when).
    It'll be a bit busier morning today than usual.

    We are not beaten by earthquake or tsunami! *thumbup*

    Gruss
    Ben.JP
     
  6. #5 umberto, 13.03.2011
    umberto

    umberto Elchfan

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    They "had their share" 15 years ago, when Kobe was hit. :-(

    It's amazing how well the Japanese people handle this permanent thread to life and infrastructure. I hope they will do so still.
    A colleague of mine is from Tokyo, we talked a lot about the 7.3 mag from Wednesday, I admire the attitude he showed even on Friday morning (though we didn't have that much information then).

    Economically it's all connected. I read, that Nippon steel lost a huge plant on the east coast that was producing steel for the automobile industry...some crucial material you can't simply get by plane from outside. :-(


    I hope they will succeed in the end. The 3rd reactor with cooling problems (Tokai) is too close to the highly populated Tokyo area...


    :-(
    Thumbs pressed for you. No one needs another tsunami now that most of the protecting barriers are damaged.

    That's the attitude I was referring above. Keep going!

    Regards
    Umbi
     
  7. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Hi Umbi,

    Seems like the power failure in the morning has been cancelled,
    though we still need to prepare for the blackout later today.

    Thanks a lot!
    That word really cheers us up. :)
     
  8. #7 Imthe1au, 14.03.2011
    Imthe1au

    Imthe1au Elchfan

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    Hi Ben,

    Glad to hear that you’re okay.

    Remember that you've got friends here and that we’ll try and help out were ever possible. Remain strong, and mine and my families wishers go out to you and your family and friends.

    Take Care.

    Armando
    Sydney, Australia

    PS
    If there is anything we can do let us know. *thumbup*
     
  9. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Hi Armando,

    Thanks a lot for your heart-warming comment. :)
    I'm strongly encouraged by your words.

    I always keep in mind that I'm with nice friends here.
     
  10. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Hallo liebe Elchfans,

    Regarding the above, I think one of the easiest and most effective ways
    for foreign people to support Japanese is to donate through your local Red Cross.

    As you know, Red Cross is one of the oldest and most trustful international human-support organization;
    I think there is the least possibility that they use your donation for some inappropriate purposes.

    I'm not quite sure if the German (or your country's) Red Cross has started accepting
    the donation for the earthquake this time, but I believe they'll start it soon anyway.
    (The Japanese Red Cross has just started it.)

    Thank you very much for your cares.
     
  11. #10 umberto, 14.03.2011
    umberto

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  12. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Thanks a lot for showing the link! :)
     
  13. #12 rs13219, 15.03.2011
    rs13219

    rs13219 Elchfan

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    We are all really concerned for you, I cannot begin to imagine what you are going through.
    Our prayers are with you.

    Regards
    Rob.
     
  14. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Hi Rob,

    Thanks a lot for your heart-warming words. :)

    I live a bit far from the struck area so I'm OK except electric-power-shortage problem,
    but people in the struck area have quite a hard time, as you may see on TV or other media.
    They are short of everything; water, food, blankets, sanitary environment, ... everything!

    We Really appreciate a lot of encouraging words and supports from people all over the world,
    But I need to say we need more supports from foreign countries as well as domestic ones.

    We're sure we're on a very difficult situation, but we're hanging on! *daumen*
     
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  16. #14 First Elch, 16.03.2011
    First Elch

    First Elch Elchfan

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    Hi Ben.JP,
    the pictures we can see in german tv are very terrible. I hope that you and your family are allright.

    regards
    Norbert
     
  17. Ben.JP

    Ben.JP Elchfan

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    Hi Norbert,
    Thanks a lot for your care. :)

    Fortunately my family is all right, as well as myself.
    Currently we are a bit in trouble because of electric power shortage,
    but we are all right.

    However, people in the area struck by earthquake and tsunami
    have quite a hard time, as you have seen on TV.

    In addition, nuclear power plant accident has not yet ceased,
    so we have a big anxiety.
     
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