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Hear the viewpoints of professors along with the Japanese Consul General in Boston. The most striking question asked by the audience was by an Irish geology professor, who challenged the Japanese consul by explaining how scientifically futile it was to build the generators over the ground as opposed to underground, and how this contributed to the chaos after the earthquake. The speakers for the most part did not confront each otherís points of view; therefore controversial discussions did not take place, yet the event was engaging in an informative way.
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