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#107: Marine Day, when EM Mudballs and Activated EM are Applied Throughout Japan

Throwing in EM mudballs and putting in activated EM into bodies of water on Marine Day started in 2008, and year by year these activities have become increasingly popular. Currently they have reached the level of a total of one million EM mudballs and 1,000 tons of activated EM liquid.
 
This amount is the same amount that can clean the Mikawa Bay in Aichi Prefecture.
As I described in the previous essay, Tokyo Bay also dramatically changed when we put 2,000 tons to 3,000 tons of activated EM, and today we have already put in more than 5,000 tons. In order just to purify the sea, we have reached a sufficient level where we could stop applying EM.
Clamming scene at Odaiba
Clamming scene at Odaiba
One precedent, described in the 107th issue of DND (Digital New Deal), is the purification of Ago Bay, in Mie Prefecture where the G7 Ise-Shima Summit was held. This project started in 2001, and came to an end in 2005, with the total amount of activated EM solution applied coming to 1,800 tons.
 
After that for eleven years, there were no large-scale public projects to purify the Ago Bay at all, and now only the local people are utilizing EM. In other words, the sea became clean and rich using EM, and will never again be polluted unless something quite drastic occurs. Likewise, after we cleaned the dam on the premises of the University of the Ryukyus using EM, we have not put in EM for over ten years, but none of the purification force has been lost.
Clams at Odaiba Beach Park
Clams at Odaiba Beach Park
The principle of EM is to use it until it works, and once effects appear they will quickly accelerate; then, when EM is stable, a desirable situation can be maintained using a very small amount of additional EM.
 
From that point of view, the application of activated EM liquid into Tokyo Bay can be reduced to 1/3 to 1/10 the current application levels and there will be no possibility of re-pollution. However, there are two reasons to continue present application levels.
 
The first is, by the time the Tokyo Olympics take place we would like Tokyo Bay to be so clean and abundant so people can swim anywhere in the Bay, where we can welcome people from all over the world. Tokyo Bay currently has reached a level where people can safely swim in all areas, and clamming during May holidays has now become a major beach leisure activity for people who live along the Bay. This has all been definitely achieved.
 
The second point is the damage reduction by EM rectification in case of an earthquake that is centered directly below metropolitan Tokyo. It became clear at the time of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake in 1995 that buildings built using EM are very earthquake resistant, and there has been much information regarding greatly reduced damage by floods and tsunamis. However, only people involved directly with EM understand and appreciate this.
Scene of collecting hard clams (quahog)
Scene of collecting hard clams (quahog)
The Great East Japan Earthquake occurred on March 11, 2011. Along with it, a strange phenomenon in Tokyo occured. The Tokyo Bay coast on the Tokyo side swayed much less, with few reports of damage, but at a location far from Tokyo Bay, such as Shinjuku, the shaking was much more pronounced and the earthquake had a much greater impact.
 
In addition, on the Chiba Prefecture side, including Urayasu, damage from the liquefaction phenomenon was enormous, while in Shinagawa, Haneda, Kawasaki and the coastal area of Yokohama, there were almost no reports of damage due to liquefaction. I believe such a difference is due to the EM that had been put into Tokyo Bay.

At this point, the EM in the Nihonbashi River that runs out into Tokyo Bay flows along Shinagawa and Haneda in the direction of Kawasaki, and is blocked by the flow of the Arakawa River and has not reached the Chiba area. My intuition regarding EM has never been wrong, and to prove that it is correct, we only continue implementing of use of EM in water systems until an earthquake centered under the Tokyo area occurs.
Collection of hard clams
Collection of hard clams
As described in the previous issue, the rectification force of EM works without exception. The use of EM technology to reduce shock waves generated by typhoons, lightning, traffic accidents, and earthquakes has reached the level of practical application.
 
I am convinced that if the rectification level of the whole Tokyo Bay area is increased by use of EM, the shock waves of an earthquake occurring directly beneath the Tokyo metropolitan area can be greatly reduced. It has become commonplace among EM users to hear stories of how those devoted to the EM lifestyle have only experienced minimal damage during various disasters.
 
Much of the damage in disasters is due to shock waves, and it is not unreasonable to believe that the rectification force of EM suppresses the occurrence of these waves. To build a nation that is strong in times of disaster, we should use EM to the fullest, as freely as the air and water.
Windsurfing at Odaiba
Windsurfing at Odaiba
For a maritime nation such as Japan, it is natural to enhance the potential of the sea, and when people make thorough use of EM, the sea becomes clean and abundant, and higher level beach leisure activities and a dramatic expansion of the fisheries industry will also be possible.
 
At the same time, if marine accidents can be reduced, and there is a buffer effect for large scale earthquakes, the introduction of EM mudballs and activated EM liquid on national Marine Day gives us great hope for the future. Disaster is highly concentrated entropy. I think that the only solution can be found in rectification force that has reached a quantum state, in other words through the power of gravitational waves.
 

(June, 8, 2016)
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