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  • Narendra 9:59 pm on March 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , debt, , , , Pacific Islands, , United States   

    Ring of Fire – II 

    Earlier this evening, Dad and I were watching the latest videos of Japan’s recent devastation. There was a news capsule on a possible nuclear meltdown. Scientists are saying that if there is blast, its effect will go beyond Japan. Scary,Very Scary.

    We both were discussing in general and then I had my Ripley’s believe it or not moment – ” Japan, Philippines, Indonesia and all other pacific islands are actually volcanic formations, it’s not LAND, just lava “. 😐

    At some point of the conversation, I asked  “what are the options for Japan”. Out came a reply which I least expected ”


    All the pacific nations should vacate and move to America, Australia and Canada, if possible India and China should accommodate few millions”. Me, totally baffled. I had this are-you-kidding-me look on my face. He continued ” Seismic activity in the pacific is likely to intensify over the decades, if they want to save their people, best would to be to migrate”. I didn’t buy that immediately, a little thought and I realized it makes complete sense. Canada, Australia has huge uninhabited land, they can comfortably accommodate the whole population  of Japan, Philippines, fiji and other Pacific Islands. Dad foresees this idea coming into play sooner than later. Japan is in the verge of a nuclear disaster, where do you think all the people would go? Here’s a possible scenario – USA owes close to $1 trillion to Japan [ Long term trade debt ], so you see, they might ask for piece of land instead of cash. Americans on the other hand will wipe out 20% of their debt and get access to the best engineering brains. [ How’s that for an idea? a modern form of colonization 😛 ]


    • Rajiv 10:12 pm on March 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      hmmm… Dont know. If the Americans/ Canadian/ Australians having vast stretch of Uninhabited land would agree to this proposition.
      I dont buy that Japan/Indonesia and all are not landforms but basically Lava deposited over the years. What is the argument for your hypothesis?

      • Narendra 10:36 pm on March 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Moving to other nations would be their last resort..esp in case of nuclear explosion, the atmosphere over Japan would be contaminated for years..People wud suffer as they did during d WW II bombings..

        As of the geology part…Dad is a Phd in geology..we can safely assume he has got his facts right 😛

        • Rajiv 10:54 pm on March 14, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          😀 true i forgot the last part 🙂

        • sufia 11:20 am on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

          rajiv…narendra wud be right…igneous rocks (its sth like that, learnt it in school waaaay back), which are basically just cooled down lava, which then cools down and gives u islands like japan . indonesia etc. makes sense, theres a ring of volcanoes in that region.

          naren why a nuclear disaster?

          • Narendra 12:25 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

            Hmmm…guess u not tracking the news..Nuclear power plant is on the verge of a meltdown..which could lead to massive radiation..entire Japan will be doomed, Korea might face issues as well. Read this

            • sufia 1:58 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

              no im not to be honest 😦 when i leave the house the newspaper hasnt come in yet, and when i come back its been trashed…..im not one for online news, so i just hear abt odd snippets here and there at night. thats how bad i am 😦

              will this have implications for other countries? or just those in the region?

              • Narendra 8:00 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

                Of Course, if there’s a meltdown, effects of radiation will be felt in China, S Korea, N Korea, Philippines. As of now the situation is getting worse..hope for the best

    • allenjambalaya 2:38 am on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      ”Japan, Philippines, Indonesia and all other pacific islands are actually volcanic formations, it’s not LAND, just lava.“

      Wow! I didn’t know that! Thanks for the info. 🙂

    • Dharun 4:25 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Japanese Stay away from India…Your brains will be corrupted by the Indian politicians and that damage will be huge than a nuclear pollution.

      • Narendra 7:58 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        Hahahahaha good one, Dharun. Maybe we can give the Japanese a Bihar or WB…they need development,…badly 🙂

    • Elsie 8:21 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I’m sorry but we don’t want anyone here…lol

      • Narendra 8:22 pm on March 15, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        hahahahahhha…Ok, we will have them in India..we love people..few more millions won’t make much of a difference.

  • Narendra 12:44 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arts and Entertainment, , , China, , , United States   

    Indian movies go local 

    With the turn of the Century, India and China have fast emerged as super powers. China leading the way in manufacturing and India claiming honors in Services segment. In simple terms both countries are increasingly stamping their presence across the globe.

    If you leave out the economics thing. Other chief drivers are Food and Movies. There is nothing to talk about Chinese food and their cheap kung fu moives, both have unmatched following. India isn’t far behind. Food is already big world over. In fact there are few Indian restaurants which have more branches outside than in India.

    However, what has really put us in limelight are our movies. Here are few videos which show how the world has taken to Indian Movies.


    An east asian dude singing away a popular hindi number at a Cantonese reality show, does a neat job.


    This one’s a Oscar winning song. Check out this spanish band, cool job.


    Check out these young girls crooning a famous bollywood song, watch out for their facial expressions. LoL


    We even got into the wedding parties as well, This one’s amazing.


    Hey, We got Aryan cousins hooked to our dance numbers, See this


    Trust you enjoyed watching these videos. Many more on youtube.

    • Bianca 4:00 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Nice!! 😀

    • Blockader 6:46 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      I little tiny bit of India that I get in my small corner of the world comes from visiting this blog each day, maybe someday we’ll get an Indian restaurant here, because I am now in the mood for lunch.

      • Narendra 10:09 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink | Reply

        BTW Brad, there are plenty of Indian restaurants out there..you just has to figure it out

    • sufiaz 11:21 pm on February 4, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      wah..india te cha gaya 🙂

      but yes it is amazing how bollywood has managed to penetrate into other countries….my ex’s sister watched more hindi movies than i ever had…there was hardly an indian movie she hadnt seen. she was egyptian, didnt understand the language AT ALL. but the dedication, i swear: shed download the movies, brother would download the subtitles, and thats the way she wud watch.

    • Leianne 12:40 am on February 5, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      Go India, Go India go! 🙂

    • Reethika 2:20 pm on February 6, 2011 Permalink | Reply

      This is nice to watch! Its amazing …the kind of impact art can have across geographies and time! 🙂

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