ATOMIC BOMBING by the US

Matsuyama Century Lions Club

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    I'm a member of Matsuyama Century Lions Club.

Battleships Yamato & Prince of Wales

Canada 2012

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    Ski Tour to Canada and Accidental Tour to Korea

Josei Touring 2011 Summer

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    城西自動車学校のツーリングクラブの写真です。2011年7月17日行き先は面河。

Rio

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Birthday Party

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    50th Birthday Party 50歳の誕生日をネットの仲間が祝ってくれました。我が家でバーベキューをしています。

Alsace

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    2010春 次女とフライブルクから日帰り旅行 詰め込んでます。少しずつ整理してゆきます。

South Korea 2009

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    2009年3月長女のEriと韓国旅行をしました。僕の目的は板門店、Eriの目的はソウル観光。

My House

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    http://kumo.typepad.jp/weblog/2008/05/my-garden-won-t.html

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Feb 06, 2012

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I agree with your viewpoint. Bambi is popular in Japan too but, I didn't know about the deer hunting in the U.S. Thanks.

It requires huge amount of water to raise livestocks. Cultivation of their foods, like corn, needs much water. Many people and researchers in Japan are making efforts to produce our foods in the sea now. Even giant fish, like tuna, are now farmed and their tastes are not bad. Their prices are naturally rather lower than natural tuna.

Around 20 years ago, when I was a resident, I sometimes visited the meat processing center to receive the blood of pigs. I worked on the research of the liver transplant at that time. To quickly describe, I was trained to do surgery (liver transplant) using pigs and needed their blood for transfusion. I sometimes heard the screams of pigs there. They were killed instantly without feeling pain, but they would know their destiny just before the slaughter.

Most Japanese are surprised to know that the members of SSS eat beef nonchalantly.

SSS...very funny :)

I agree with you wholeheartedly. You are, of course, correct. Emotionalism plays a big part in the activists mind...ignorance, the rest. The same type of situation played out in the US against deer hunting after Bambi became popular again (I don't know about when it was first released...but when I was young and it was re-released). Whenever emotions are evoked...reason often goes out the window.

Controlled hunting to preserve the numbers for future hunting...I understand. Slaughter in as humane a way as possible...I understand. To not consider a valid food source because of emotions...I don't understand.

We are the biggest problem on the planet...uncontrolled population increase. It will create a strain on our resources beyond what many can imagine now. Just as with any animal base...overpopulation...too few resources...fierce competition for what is left (wars)...plagues easily spread...(and in human's case) starvation due to dependence on a fraile distribution method (can be easily disrupted by any number of ways) and on limited strains of grains which are susceptible to the same infectious agents (whether from Fungi, Bacteria or Viruses) or from the same natural pests.

When meat can be laboratory made economically...and made more palatable...perhaps people may then talk of limiting our choice of food sources...but that is a long way off I fear.

Again, our greatest threat comes from ourselves...our inability to control something so basic as population control. All of our future problems will come from this. It will severely hamper our ability to adapt to a changing environment (and will result in a lessening of resources per person - all types...not just food).

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