Philip Brasor’s April 24 Media Mix column, “Decentralizing Tokyo may save the nation,” reminded me of the common saying that is such a cliche that it is embarrassing to note: “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”
That Tokyo will be hit by a major earthquake is not in question. Hoping that the inevitable won’t happen is a dangerous pipe dream. A few eggs need a new nest.
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