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Become the weather tomorrow.

Posted by kikakuya on July 18, 2007


News related to the earthquake is continued. The rainy season is taking a rest in Kanto now. I am worried about the sediment disaster of the stricken area. The major company has started the stricken area help. Moreover, the asking of the monetary donation started, too.

Become the weather tomorrow.

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Related Information:日本赤十字社新潟県支部 http://www.jrc.or.jp/sanka/help/news/1247.html

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Consideration distance

Posted by kikakuya on July 17, 2007


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The damage situation around Kashiwazaki seem to be bad more than the forecast. The road situation on the Sea of Japan side is not clear for me because of living in Kanto.

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Earthquake

Posted by kikakuya on July 16, 2007


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I waked this morning by the big shake. I shouted to my wife at the second floor. “Earthquake! Earthquake!” I gazed at news frash of NHK at once.The helicopter of the TV station flies over immediately after the earthquake.

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There is no reason the crab flies.

Posted by kikakuya on July 14, 2007


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I have been thinking that I want to fly over in the sky for a long time. Taking an airplane is not to fly over in the sky. It is only moving by the Laws of Motion (The first law)of Newton.

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I want to become a crab.

Posted by kikakuya on July 14, 2007


kani_gold.jpgIn the rumor of the fishery industry, the crab seems to become expensive greatly in Japan this year. It is doubtful whether they appears on the Japanese table as in the ordinary year. The cause is export regulation for Japan. The crab might be seen gold at the end of this year.

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Following the last article

Posted by kikakuya on July 14, 2007


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Information on Smithsonian seems to be the most objective for the record of the airplane of the end of the war verge. There was no canard wing in Shinden seen in the my dream. It will not be in the squid, and that is more beautiful.

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Quiet turning point

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


Japan’s sky is rainy season. It enjoys a quiet turning point at the four seasons under the eaves. The hydrangea shakes faintly in rain.

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What sky are you now?

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


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In an unusual move dictated by the urgent needs of the war, the Navy ordered the Shinden into production even before the first flight. They planned to produce 150 of these machines each month at two production plants.

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The meaning?

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


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Kyushu engineers mounted the engine backwards inside the rear half of the fuselage. The radial, air-cooled power plant drove a 6-blade, pusher propeller on the end of an extended drive shaft. With the propeller fitted at the tail, it was necessary to use a tricycle landing gear consisting of one wheel and strut mounted under the nose and two under the wings.

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Is he flying toward what, where?

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


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After a promising series of tests, it was time to build and test a pre-production prototype. The Navy ordered the Kyushu Hikoki K. K. firm to design a high-performance, canard interceptor despite the company’s lack of experience with such unorthodox aircraft. Availability, not expertise, dictated this choice.

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It flies in the dream.

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


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Captain Masaoki Tsuruno fathered the Shinden. A member of the Technical Staff of the Japanese Navy, he envisioned a radical design to counter newAllied aircraft with superior performance over existing Japanese types. From the beginning, Tsuruno believed a turbojet engine would propel the ultimate Shinden.

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Kyushu J7W1 Shinden

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


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Japan’s J7W1 Shinden was the only World War II aircraft of canard configuration that any combatant ordered into production. Canard is a French term. The original meaning is obscure but aircraft designers used it then, as now, to describe an aircraft with the main wing mounted at the rear of the fuselage and a smaller wing at the front.

In the United States, the Curtiss-Wright company and the Army Air Corps also experimented with a canard aircraft, the Curtiss XP-55 Ascender (see NASM collection). However, the J7W1 was apparently a more capable design. Though innovative and unusual, neither airplane progressed past the prototype stage.

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Hello world!

Posted by kikakuya on July 7, 2007


Welcome to Lure Head 震電復元. This is my first post. Please check my Japanese site, if you are able to read Japanese.

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