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Static electricity (description on high school level)

What comes to mind when you hear the term “electricity”? You can name stuffs like refrigerator, washing machine, television, light bulb, flash-light, computer, power plant and so on. When you are asked what electricity is, you can say it is behaviours of electrons.

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I'd recommend you should use rather blog services

I know keeping on writing blog-articles every day is truly hard. This is why I usually respect some bloggers who regularly continue to create interesting stuffs on their blogs, including even 2ch-summary blogs. Though Twitter is said to be a very epoch-making service, I prefer “traditional” blog service to Twitter because I like, after all, well-organised long essays better than small talks as seen on Twitter. Even so, I like Facebook while I don't so much like mixi.

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Why don't you take part in Facebook?

How have you been? I graduated from the college last month and I got in the graduate school to study advanced technologies and sciences more. By the way, I began Facebook so that I wanted to get to know foreign people to talk with in English.

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What is being logical? 2

I still did not assert how to be logical. Let we consider that issue here.

As I've already described, an English speaker seems to show that one's opinion is better than the counterpart's one in the discussion. The fundamental form of his/her communication is that they he/she has an argument based on an objective evidence and tries to make a counterpart understand the advantage of its thought. On the other hand, most Japanese people seem poor at speaking based on such evidences but they somehow tend to make stories around emotions and ethics. The fact, as a barrier to Japanese people, remains in the global communication to understand one another. The point is not how to express in English, either.

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What is being logical? 1

Although I haven't got a comment on my article for a while, I got one yesterday. Thank you for your attention. Make sure that I made a comment on your blog in return.

Facebook is getting more and more exciting for me now. I feel I can learn English and make foreign acquaintances on Facebook more easily than on mixi. After all the service of mixi is too localised for Japanese people. Also the Japanese online culture is some strange than in other countries. First of all we usually don't show our real names on the net. This specialty might create some interesting contents like 2ch. However, such a nature of Japanese net culture has a certain limit in developing its possibility in the future.

Anyway, comunicaions on Facebook is not only interesting but useful especially for me. I prefer British English to American English. I like BBC better than CNN. If I had a chance to go abroad, I would go to the UK, not the US. Actually, American English is considered as the orthodox English and British English is just an option especially in Japan. The US exports its language as well as the wars and the pop culture but I don't like such a stream in language learning and the cultural fashion. Why people have very little respect for the history?

Let's get down to today's point. I want to be able to talk logically enough to persuade more and more people. To do so, I have to study how to make a quick speech which has sufficiently supporting ideas.

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I wanna speak English in particular fields.

It's around midnight. Hi, I'm Kazu.

I've been reading English books intently these days. Particularly, the textbook on thermodynamics by Fermi was useful to learn expressions in physics. I noticed Fermi's English was British. There were some particular way to describe physical phenomena, of course, and some differences between American and British English. If you are Japanese, as you know, English taught in Japan is American English so that the Japanese government considers the U.S. as the centre of the world. However, I wonder if the consideration is really proper to learn English because learning a language includes experiencing the culture, I think.

I'm quite sure that the U.S. is the centre of the today's culture of entertainments and technologies, but the U.K. surely used to be the centre of the world a long time ago. Why do people in Japan ignore the historical fact? What do you think of a fashion of leaning English in Japan these days, as you see that in forms of Computer and Nintendo DS software?

By the way, I major in the electronics, or Electronic Engineering. My research is related to quantum theory, nanotechnology, photonics. I want to have a doctoral degree in the future if possible in terms of my economical condition. That's why, I read some scientific textbooks, like the Feynman Lectures on Physics, to learn how to describe physics.

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Difference of Textbooks between in Japan and in America

This Monday I bought some foreign books written in English at the Book Off in Shirokanedai. This time was the first visit to Shirokanedai. I saw some foreigners speak in English in front of bookshelves in the store. I noticed that there were many foreigners there.

Book Off group doesn't deal with foreign books in their stores in principle but more than only ten stores in the country deals with foreign books, for example, stores in Kichijoji, Shibuya, Ogikubo, etc. The store in Shirokanedai had so many English books. Roughly speaking, one third of all the books in the store were English.

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Confrontation between powers are getting more serious under the Green New Deal.

Hybrid vehicle, electric vehicle, energy-saving household appliance, solar power generation, biofuel and so on.”Earth-friendly eco-business” has developed in the United States, the European Union etc.

This “eco boom” is now designed because U.S. Japan, and E.U. nations including German, France and so on commit to the “eco-business industry” as the next-generation industry to rebuild their own economies and get revival measure.

Each government invests huge funds or taxes in its industries which have developed ecotechnological products, including vehicle, electric manufacturer, to create the industry which win the competition between businesses in developed countries. This is called a “Green New Deal”, which combines both an “economic policy” and a “environmental policy”.

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