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Shortly after the disaster, Yuuki and Theo are on the phone

Ito is on his way back from Qubec to Hull near Ottawa. He knows there is no more time. He will die, the leukemia eats its way into his body, which is already weakened from alcohol. Ito's friend Kimi Blue is a drug addict, together they look for the moments of happiness that their stories allow them.

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Shortly after the disaster, Yuuki and Theo are on the phone. If the distance, the alienation is great, then both are happy to hear each other, to hear the other's well-known silence, a sign of life, valuable in the face of death: a glow from the edges

Asteroid observations by the WISE space telescope and the analysis of those observations by the NEOWISE project have provided more information about the diameter, albedo, and other properties of approximately 164,000 asteroids, more than all other sources combined. The raw data set from this mission will likely be the largest and most important such data on asteroids available for many years. This study critically examines the WISE observational data and the NEOWISE results published in both the original papers and the NASA Planetary Data System (PDS). There seem to be multiple areas where the analysis might benefit from improvement or independent verification. The NEOWISE results were obtained by the application of 10 different modeling methods, many of which are not adequately explained or even defined, to 12 different combinations of WISE band data. More than half of NEOWISE results are based on a single band of data. The majority of curve fits to the data in the NEOWISE results are of poor quality, frequently missing most or all of the data points on which they are based. Complete misses occur for about 30% of single-band results, and among the results derived from the most common multiple-band combinations, about 43% miss all data points in at least one band. The NEOWISE data analysis relies on assumptions that are in many cases inconsistent with each other. A substantial fraction of WISE data was systematically excluded from the NEOWISE analysis. Building on methods developed by Hanu et al. (2015), I show that error estimates for the WISE observational data were not well characterized, and all observations have true uncertainty at least a factor of 1.32.5 times larger than previously described, depending on the band. I also show that the error distribution is not well fit by a normal distribution. These findings are important because the Monte Carlo error-analysis method used by the NEOWISE project depends on both the observational errors and the normal distribution. An empirical comparison of published NEOWISE diameters to those in the literature that were estimated by using radar, occultation, or spacecraft (ROS) measurements shows that, for 129 results involving 105 asteroids, the NEOWISE diameters presented in tables of thermal-modeling results exactly match prior ROS results from the literature. While these are only a tiny fraction (0.06%) of the asteroids analyzed, they are important because they represent the only independent check on NEOWISE diameter accuracy. After removing the exact matches and adding additional ROS results, I find that the accuracy of diameter estimates for NEOWISE results depends strongly on the choice of data bands and on which of the 10 models was used. I show that systematic errors in the diameter estimates are much larger than previously described and range from 5% to + 23%. In addition, random errors range from 15% to + 19% when all four WISE bands were used, and from 39% to + 57% in cases employing only the W2 band. The empirical results presented here show that much work remains to be done in analyzing data from the WISE / NEOWISE mission and interpreting it for asteroid science.

You could read these lines like this: Nature poetry is suspected of being irrelevant. A literary critic on public television (Thea Dorn, Das Literarisches Quartett, ZDF, October 9, 2020) is allowed to say natural poetry, in this specific case about the natural poetry of the US Nobel Prize winner Louise Glck

This is such a stringent chain that the exceptions (Die Inspektoren and Der Gefreite) [special position of animals, legally between thing and man] appear to me almost as technical defects

Suddenly carefree turns into disability, an accident, an illness. It doesn't hit me alone. And when we write, we always write against death. Want to wrest life from him or at least leave a legacy for those who remain behind.

The power of consolation resides in poetry. It is suitable to uplift people who lose themselves in the dark of days, and by this I mean by far not only the time before Christmas, and to give them hope. It inevitably competes with religion, which sends out such offers

Hardly any narration of real (real) events can be dealt with with exactly the same number of words as another one claims; not even two versions of the same event are usually of the same length, not to mention different rhythms, pauses, accents. Moreover, the question arises whether two events can even happen at the same time. [] There was still the question of who would start, like in a board game, for example: the youngest first. Or according to the old gentleman's rule: ladies first I or you, basically it doesn't matter.

Where there is a homecoming, there must have been a departure beforehand. And undoubtedly, this personal and political book speaks about escape:

Jordanufer and Beit Jala Once I could feel this thorn of a refugee, a displaced person. It was in 2006, the tour guide Abdullah Y. had led our small, German tour group to Al-Maghtas (Jordan). When I was alone with him on the banks of the Jordan for a moment, I ventured a question. I asked him, who had to flee his home country at the age of three, how he felt about the occupied West Bank. With his eyes on his home, he did not answer, did not form words. And yet I felt his tremor. Later I looked for a term, called the memory, his memory fainted pieces of anger. I don't think I've done justice to him or his life story in any way. Perhaps I have at least an inkling of the suffering behind the term '67 Palestinian' used by Meruane. I see a person before me who has started a family, built a house, set up himself in Jordan, but taking tourists to the banks of the Jordan is and remains the thorn. From where Abdullah and I stood, it's just 40 or 50 kilometers as the crow flies to Beit Jala, a Palestinian city, still today with a Christian population, from which Meruane's grandfather Issa, later called Salvador, was expelled in 1920. When he considered returning, the Six Day War in 1967 destroyed his plans. Meruane's family history is exemplary for many.

Reading Adam Zagajewski, taking in his poetry with your eyes (or with your ears when reading) is a great gift that the poet, who was born in Lviv in 1945, gives us.

Aurlia Lassaque brings us in the first part of her bilingual Occitan-German poetry volume Per que canten las blandas Auf that the salamanders sing (translated into German by Schirin Nowrousian) the crackling mood, the unrest close before our eyes: Solstice The cry of Janus.

First we follow Yuuki to Nagasaki.