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so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Monday, May 01, 2006


Capital Region of Japan which is centered around Tokyo is one of the most overpopulated areas of the world with 30 million inhabitants. There are places with higher population density like Monaco or Singapore for example, but it’s an deniable fact that Tokyo is the largest metropolitan area in the world.

Golden Week has begun here and people are everywhere. This expression seems a bit exaggerated but I'm not in anyway. Yokohama Station today was like a hooligan meeting or something. The whole corridor was blocked with clogged up flow of people.

With an environment like this, I believe there is no better laboratory to start up a new study that devotes itself into flow of people...let's call it "flowology" or something. For example, this new science can create ways to efficiently move people from place to place in transportation centers or in stadiums. In an overpopulating world we are probably going to see during our lifetime, this would bring great solutions to problems most of the urban centers commonly carry.

As the title of this blog implies, this is another one of my soliloquies I've decided to post on cyberweb. Thanks for your audience.


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