Archive for April 20th, 2009

Anime Family Project – Mirosuke Version

Today, surfing on the web while studying Economics (lol, i know it’s epic) i found something interesting at Lyrical Spark website something she called “Anime Family Project”.

What is this?
Well, is choosing who on the anime/manga/game characters could be part of your family.
There’s an example of Honya’s Family.

Let’s see, according on the format:

  • Format:
    -”insert relationship here i.e. Onee-san”: “Choice (series)”
    -Honorable Mentions: “Runner-up Choices (series)”
    -Rationale: “explanation goes here”
  • Family can be of any size you want. Default family members are as follows:
    -Otou-san お父さん (Means Father)
    -Okaa-san お母さん (Means Mother)
    -Onee-san お姉さん (Means Big Sister)
    -Onii-san お兄さん (Means Big Brother)
    -Imouto 妹 (Means Little Sister)
    -Otouto 弟 (Means Little Brother)
    -Waifu (自分の)奥さん (Means Wife)
    -Musume (自分の)娘 (Means Daughter)
    -Musuko (自分の)息子 (Means Son)
  • Character limitations: Anime, Manga, and Game characters are all eligible
  • Selection Criteria: Whatever you want.

Well, i’ll show my Anime Family but let me say that choosing a Otouto or a Musuko was kinda hard… Don’t know why, i think i don’t remember so many “childist” male characters. Anyways, hope’s everything it’s okay (and each terms is well translated).

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My Personality – Mirosuke

Looking through some sites, i found this one: My Personality. It looks like it would be great to know my own personality (i mean, litteraly) so, i decided to make a Personality Test, and this is My Result:

Click to view my Personality Profile page

Okay, lets see.
It’s says i am “The Orginator” What does that means?

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2 to 7 million tons of yellow sand from China blow over Japan every year

Researchers at the National Institute for Environment Studies have determined the amount of yellow sand that blows over to Japan from China:

Yellow sand storms occur mainly in the Gobi desert in China, with winds carrying the sand to Japan and South Korea. The three countries have worked together to improve sand observation systems, which now can spot a source in a 40-kilometer radius, improved from the previous 80 to 100-km radius.

According to recent data, 100 million tons of yellow sand blows from the Gobi desert every year. About 2 to 7 million tons come to Japan, of which about 1.8 million tons on average (around 1 to 5 tons per 1 square kilometer) land on the country every year. Peak months are between February and April.

The number of occurrences of yellow sand falling in the country has continued to rise since 1988, frequently exceeding 300 days per year. The quantity is also increasing, according to 85 meteorological observatories in the country.

As mentioned in an earlier post on Japan Probe, clouds of air pollution drifting towards Japan from the continent can be viewed on this site (yellow sand is the orange map on the upper left).

how it is in China

[Comic Strip] Vocaloid – Hypnotizer

Comic Strip of vocaloid. #2 “Hypnotizer”