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Japan Robots To Farm Tsunami-Damaged Zone

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on January 6, 2012

In a region of the world that’s down on its luck, robots are stepping up to the plate to save Japan’s ravaged agricultural production. At least that’s what the ministry responsible for the experiment hopes the “Dream Project” will accomplish. After the 9.0-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami that devastated Japan in March, the government is trying out a new project to help rejuvenate the struggling sector.

 

According to AFP, Japan is planning to spend $52 million in the next 6 years to instate robots on farmland decimated by floodwater from the tsunami. The robots will work the fields and box crops when they are ready for harvest.

 

Last month, the Japanese government revealed that plans to decommission the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear power plant will take at least 40 years. New kinds of robots also will be needed to remove melted fuel from the plant.

 

It remains to be seen how successful the farming initiative will be; it may be too late for robots to come to Japan’s rescue. As The Japan Times notes, many expected robots to be deployed immediately after the disaster, and were disillusioned by the immediate response to the damaged reactors at Fukushima.

 

Still, it’s been a big year for robots in Japan — they’ve also shown their prowess at pouring drinks,climbing ladders, and washing hair.

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Japan Prime Minister Naoto Kan Says He Will Consider Resigning

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on June 2, 2011


Just to complain is not a problem, but it was unbearable tragedy.
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Japan Earthquake 2011: Cabinet Approves Nearly $50 Billion In Spending For Post-Earthquake Rebuilding

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 22, 2011


This wonderful country spoiled a lot due to this dreadful tragedy, however; this country will be able to do everything to bring the country in a normal stage soon.
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Operator Of Japan Nuclear Power Plant Says Radiation-Tainted Water Has Stopped Leaking Into Ocean

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 6, 2011


Todays good news. World leaders must take lesson from this accident and we world citizen must give pressure to world leaders to be serious with nuclear plant.
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Japan Nuclear Crisis: Radioactive Water Leaks Into Sea From Crippled Plant

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 2, 2011


This is really terrible.
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Japan Earthquake 2011: WikiLeaks Reveals Government Warned About Nuclear Plant Safety In 2008

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 17, 2011


This is already late for this. Now the world leaders must be serious with nuclear proliferat­ion.
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Japan Earthquake 2011: WikiLeaks Reveals Government Warned About Nuclear Plant Safety In 2008

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 16, 2011


The best thing is to make the world nuclear free planet. The whole world must take lesson from this incident and give pressure to the world leaders.
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