Gerichtsverfahren und Gebühren in Deutschland im Vergleich zur Schweiz

Kosten zu Gerichtsverfahren in Deutschland werden ganz anders berechnet als in der Schweiz. Die Anwaltskosten sind immer von der Streitsumme abhängig.

Unter folgendem Link finden Sie die Gebührentabelle:

http://www.brak.de/seiten/pdf/RVG/Gebuehrentabelle.pdf

Das Vergütungsgesetz finden Sie unter:

http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/rvg/index.html

There is a small revolution going on in Japan

1. The Japanese government office started Tweeting in English. http://twitter.com/#!/JPN_PMO

2. The Japanese Prime Ministers office waited two days before they accepted Hiroshi Suzuki, CEO of Putzmeister Japan, to help out with cooling Fukushima with a German concrete truck that was bound for another country and diverted to Japan on short notice. The CEO personally drove the truck to the location! He is married to an Australian woman and has two daughters.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/24/japan-pump-idUSL3E7EN0YA20110324

3. TEPCO is opening its private clubs and entertainment places for refugees from the north of Japan. There are several in Tokyo, too – http://is.gd/Tms3GH

4. The Akasaka Prince Hotel is opening up rooms for 3 months for #quake victims. http://ow.ly/4ljEs

5. NHK stream is available on ustream. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/nhk-world-tv

Fukushima, some more information from a Japanese scientist

This information comes from a Japanese scientist who may or may not have to attend the power plant of Fukushima to help with the current situation:

* In case of a ‘reasonable worst case scenario’ (defined as total meltdown of one reactor with subsequent radioactive explosion) an exclusion zone of 30 km would be the maximum required to avoid affecting peoples’ health. Even in a worse situation (loss of two or more reactors) it is unlikely that the damage would be significantly more than that caused by the loss of a single reactor.

* The current 20km exclusion zone is appropriate for the levels of radiation/risk currently experienced, and if the pouring of sea water can be maintained to cool the reactors, the likelihood of a major incident should be avoided. A further large quake with tsunami could lead to the suspension of the current cooling operations, leading to the above scenario.

* The bottom line is that these experts do not see there being a possibility of a health problem for residents in Tokyo. The radiation levels would need to be hundreds of times higher than current to cause the possibility for health issues, and that, in their opinion, is not going to happen (they were talking minimum levels affecting pregnant women and children – for normal adults the levels would need to be much higher still).

* The experts do not consider the wind direction to be material. They say Tokyo is too far away to be materially affected.

* If the pouring of water can be maintained the situation should be much improved in time, as the reactors’ cores cool down.

* Information being provided by Japanese authorities is being independently monitored by a number of organizations and is deemed to be accurate, as far as measures of radioactivity levels are concerned.

* This is a very different situation from Chernobyl, where the reactor went into meltdown and the encasement, which exploded, was left to burn for weeks without any control. Even with Chernobyl, an exclusion zone of 30 km would have been adequate to protect human health. The problem was that most people became sick from eating contaminated food, crops, milk and water in the region for years afterward, as no attempt was made to measure radioactivity levels in the food supply at that time or warn people of the dangers. The secrecy over the Chernobyl explosion is in contrast to the very public coverage of the Fukushima crisis.

More international coverage:

http://bravenewclimate.com/2011/03/17/fukushima-17-march-summary/

and some more images from today about the radiation levels:

http://plixi.com/p/84604017

http://plixi.com/p/84534195

More Fukushima radiation News in English:

http://www.worldvillage.org/fia/kinkyu_english.php

Japan Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology release more data about radiation levels:

http://www.mext.go.jp/a_menu/saigaijohou/syousai/1303726.htm

make sure to read the English files 😉

Fukushima Fly-Over

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBXqiw6EJUk

The best piece I have read so far about what is going on at Fukushima:

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/18/world/asia/18spent.html

Radiation level calculator:

http://www.new.ans.org/pi/resources/dosechart/

A video about Japanese day laborers in Japanese power plants

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4411946789896689299#

English information about Radiation Levels in Japan

Naoto Kan deserves some laurels for this move!

http://eq.wide.ad.jp/index_en.html

Radiation Levels in Japan, together with information what is dangerous and what not! Well done! Please retweet this link!

The flyer:

http://eq.wide.ad.jp/files_en/110315houshasen_en.pdf

The radiation levels:

http://eq.wide.ad.jp/files_en/110315fukushima_2030rev2_en.pdf

Japan: should I stay or should I go

Anbei ein paar brauchbare Links:

http://altjapan.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/03/should-i-stay-or-should-i-go.html

Schaut Euch dort die Grafiken an, z.B.:

Tokyo Radiation Level:

http://park18.wakwak.com/~weather/geiger_index.html

Eine Japanische Grafik die brauchbar erscheint:

http://twitpic.com/49mm4l

Der Spike von heute morgen in Fukushima:

http://plixi.com/p/84128748

Wind-Situation in Japan:

http://plixi.com/p/84083387

Fukushima ist nicht Tschernobyl:

https://just.do/2011/03/13/fukushima-is-not-tschernobyl/

MIT Info von Atomphysik-Studenten.

http://mitnse.com/

Google-Maps with more data:

http://maps.google.co.jp/maps/ms?hl=ja&ie=UTF8&brcurrent=3,0x34674e0fd77f192f:0xf54275d47c665244,0&msa=0&msid=208563616382231148377.00049e573a435697c55e5&ll=39.13006,140.229492&spn=17.158657,39.111328&z=5

Professor Ryugo Hayano on Twitter:

http://twitter.com/#!/hayano

A summary of Professor Hayano in English:

http://smc-japan.sakura.ne.jp/?p=830.

The latest information of the Ministry of Health:

http://url.ba/9xm0

Fukushima is not Tschernobyl

The Mass-Media once again profits from pain that others suffer. In this case it is important to set some things straight: Fukushima is not Tschernobyl. Russia is not Japan. Read this for a detailed explanation: http://morgsatlarge.wordpress.com/2011/03/13/why-i-am-not-worried-about-japans-nuclear-reactors/ (320’000 views in some hours).

Another useful link:

http://altjapan.typepad.com/my_weblog/2011/03/should-i-stay-or-should-i-go.html