February 24 ⇒Back
February 24 ⇒Back
April 3, 1948 – ▲President Harry S. Truman signs the Marshall Plan.
April 3, 1948 – ▲Jeju massacre (Jeju, South Korea).
Many residents of Jeju escape from the massacre to Japan, and some of them make their Jeju town in Osaka. It is probably Japan's conspiracy in support of North Korea.
March 31, 1970 - ◆Hideki Yukawa retires from the Kyoto University as a Professor Emeritus.
Yukawa is a Japanese physicist and a Nobel Prize laureate. He has been the first director of the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics. The research institute was founded in the Kyoto University and is located near the Yodo River (the Kamo River in Kyoto). Yukawa retires as the director on this day.
March 31, 1970 - ◆Japan Airlines Flight 351 is hijacked by Japanese Red Army members.
Nine terrorists from the Japanese Red Army hijack the flight at Tokyo International Airport, wielding samurai swords and carrying a bomb.
Strangely enough, the hijacking incident is named "Yodogo Hijacking" in Japan. And strangely again, the
Boeing 727-89 was nicknamed "Yodogo". Yodo indicates the Yodo River, which runs from Lake Biwa through Kyoto to Osaka Bay. And "Yodogo" means the name of Yodo in Japanese.
It is highly probable that the hijacking was a government's fabrication, just celebrating the great achievement by Hideki Yukawa, a Nobel Prize laureate. In fact, he retires on this day. And the Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, of which Yukawa has been the director, is located near the Yodo River.
In addition, Yukawa is probably a member of the high-ranking imperial clan. He was born on the 570th anniversary of the beginning of the Southern Court and the 10th anniversary of the death of Alfred Nobel. Yukawa died on the 50th anniversary of the death of Thomas Edison.
March 31, 1970 - ◆Yawata Steel and Fuji Steel merge to form Nippon Steel Corporation.
March 31, 1970 - ◆Explorer 1 re-enters the Earth's atmosphere after 12 years in orbit.