Silent prayer


It’s been two years since a tsunami caused destruction and a nuclear meltdown in Japan on 11th March 2011, a disaster that killed more than 19,000 people, several thousand people are still unaccounted for…  Peace Peace Peace in their rest.

Inside the Tsunami zone- where some areas remain off-limits due to radiation fears, there remains a wasteland. Scattered along the coast are huge piles of rubble and stacks of smashed scooters and cars.

The nuclear zone- Thyroid abnormalities have now been confirmed among tens of thousands of children downwind from Fukushima. They are the first clear sign of an unfolding radioactive tragedy that demands this industry be buried forever.Two years after Fukushima exploded, three still-smouldering reactors remind us that the nuclear power industry repeatedly told the world this could never happen.

I would like to show my big respect to all of my friends in Japan who work for it and making their actions for it.

Though we can blame our nature… I pray that nature will be in peace as well.  All of us are aware of an invisible sign for the future.

Silent prayer for the victims and nature


あの日から、2年に月日がたった。 犠牲になった方達に心から心からご冥福をお祈りします。

災害は誰が悪いわけでもなく、津波や地震の予測は難しいもの。 それでも、予測できるようになれば、どんなにいいか。 ロンドンで知り合った日本人地理学者の友人は日本に帰国し、地震予測の研究を全力で進めています。

また、子どもの甲状腺がんは「100万人に1人」と言われいるのに、福島では10名もの子どもたちが甲状腺がんになってしまったそうです。子どもはがん細胞が活発で、進度も速いので、本当に心が痛いです。 いろいろな状況が明らかになるまで、ものすごく時間がかかるもの。その間に、子どもたちがモルモットのように、被害者にならないように、まずは、120%まもってほしいと思います。

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