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surroundings: in such darkness even the most inquisitive eyes were not to be dreaded.











to think of how to make her laugh. She has the most... most amazing











especially, Quidditch, the most popular sport in the wizarding world











- The most recent was a pretty good one.
























| 【全訳】米国史上最年少の女性下院議員キング牧師ばりの演説

| https://courrier.jp/news/archives/150572/


| Watch Alexandria Ocasio Cortez’s Inspiring Women’s March Speech | NowThis

| https://youtu.be/TNJZhuZCYow


Hello! Thank you. New York City!

Thank you all.

Are you all ready to make a ruckus?

Are you all ready to fight for our rights?

Are you all ready to say that in the United States of America everyone is loved, everyone deserves justice, and everyone deserves equal protection and prosperity in our country.

It is such an honor to be here, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that we’re gathering here today, the weekend before Martin Luther King Day.

Because I believe this moment and where we are right now is a resurgence from where the civil rights movement left off.

And we are here to carry the torch forward.

Because when we talked about racial and economic justice, racial and social justice, we started to really extend those issues to the issues of economic justice, environmental justice, and the intersectionality and interconnectedness of all our fights.

Justice is not a concept we read about in a book.

Justice is about the water we drink, justice is about the air we breathe.

Justice is about how easy it is to vote.

Justice is about how much ladies get paid.

Justice is about if we can stay with our children after we have them for a just amount of time – mothers, fathers, and all parents.

Justice is about making sure that being polite is not the same thing as being quiet.

In fact, oftentimes the most righteous thing you can do is shake the table.

Last year we took the power to the polls.

And this year, we’re taking power to the policy, because we have taken back the House of Representatives.

And that’s just step one.

This year we’re gonna organize.

This year we’re gonna fight for voting rights.

This year we’re gonna keep pushing, because 2020, we took – in 2018 we took the House of Representatives, and through 2020, we’re gonna take the White House and Senate, too.

That’s what we’re gonna do because we need to advance and fight for an America where all people are welcome and no people are left behind.

And I know that while this year has been historic, there’s a lot more congresswomen left here in this audience right now.

There’s a lot more city councilwomen.

There’s a lot more workers that will be building businesses.

There’s a lot more – and I know that there’s a future president out here, too.

Let us remember that a fight means no person left behind.

So when people want to stop talking about the issues

that Black women face,

when people want to stop talking about the issues

that trans women or immigrant women face,

we gotta ask them, why does that make you so uncomfortable?

Because now, this is the time that we’re gonna address poverty.

This is the time we’re gonna address Flint.

This is the time we’re gonna talk about Baltimore & the Bronx, and wildfires, and Puerto Rico.

Because this is not just about identity, this is about justice.

And this is about the America that we are going to bring into this world.

Thank you all very, very much.


4 letters management

A manager forces to a designer to build the most stunning, extraordinary, beautiful, awesome and greatest design in one day with no data, no meeting.

The manager has been leaving this job over half a year. The designer knew that at last night.



What Japanese Girls Think of Chikan (molesting girls on trains)







Damn, it's really sad and heartbreaking to hear how many of them said yes to being molested...



The comments that were the most shocking was that they would actually take part of the blame for the situation happening. Incredible



Some Random Edgy Guy

Interesting, most women seem to think it's partly their fault, which is worrying. Maybe they're just too considerate and not wanting to give definitive judgement, but if someone molests then he (or she) is on the offensive, taking action and clearly to be blamed. It doesn't matter how short the skirt is or sth like that, if you grope - you're to blame.

2 か月前(編集済み)



Taj Parker

It’s very depressing seeing the ratios. It should’ve been 100% the gropers fault. There’s things that i love about japan but the way they treat women brain washing them into thinking this is somehow their fault is unfathomable.

2 か月前






Culture shock. Very passive attitudes toward sexual harassment.

2 か月前








GIMP 2.10.4 Released



Asynchronous Fonts Loading

Loading all available fonts on start-up can take quite a while, because as soon as you add new fonts or remove existing ones, fontconfig (a 3rd party utility GIMP uses) has to rebuild the fonts cache. Windows and macOS users suffered the most from it.

Thanks to Jehan Pagès and Ell, GIMP now performs the loading of fonts in a parallel process, which dramatically improves startup time. The caveat is that in case you need to immediately use the Text tool, you might have to wait till all fonts complete loading. GIMP will notify you of that.







  1. 屋根上り下りするためのハシゴ
  2. 屋根から落ちないための柵




Radian is a way to describe the central angle of circle.

All elements of circle are described with π and r but the central angle comes from ancient oriental astrology.

To describe with π and r this old custom , some proposals had been made.

Radian is the most simple and essential way to solve this problem.


Senator Dick Durbin

Mr.zuckerberg, would you be comfortable sharing with us the name of the hotel you stayed in last night?





Senator Dick Durbin

If you've messaged anybody this week would you share with us the names of the people you've messaged?



Senator, no, I would probably not choose to do that publicly here.


Senator Dick Durbin

I think that may be what this is all about. Your right to privacy, the limits of your right to privacy,and how much you give away in modern America in the name of quote, 'connecting people around the world.' A question basically of what information Facebook's collecting,who they're sending it to,and whether they ever asked me in advance my permission to do that.Is that a fair thing for a user of Facebook to expect?



Yes,Senator,I think everyone should have control over how their information is used. And as we've talked about in some of the other questions, I think that that is laid out in some of the documents. But more importantly you want to give people control in the product itself. So, the most important way that this happens across our services, is that every day people come to our services to choose to share photos or send messages, And every single time they choose to share something, they have a control right there about who they want to share it with. But that level of control is extremely important.








...the interest on which shall be annually distributed in the form of prizes to those who, during the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit to mankind. The said interest shall be divided into five equal parts, which shall be apportioned as follows: one part to the person who shall have made the most important discovery or invention within the field of physics; one part to the person who shall have made the most important chemical discovery or improvement; one part to the person who shall have made the most important discovery within the domain of physiology or medicine; one part to the person who shall have produced in the field of literature the most outstanding work in an ideal direction; and one part to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.




  • どの賞も「人類に対して最大の貢献」をした者に送られる
  • 文学賞のみ、"in an ideal derection"の条件を満たす必要がある


"in an ideal direction"については解釈が難しいところで、上では「理想的方向」とか直訳したけど、実際には文学傾向が「理想主義である作品のことを指す、と解釈されてる。


















【US】最も役に立たない学位 - 社会学心理学、そして芸術

The Most Useless College Degrees – Sociology, Psychology and the Arts


The Top 8, most worthless college degrees based on earnable lifetime income are as follows:

1 社会学

Sociology.Based on a poor return of investment, and with the market flooded with so many people seeking sociology degrees to do a white variety of jobs, this degree can make you virtually un-hirable. And the average income rests around $32,000 per year.

2 芸術

Fine arts. No matter how much the arts are revered, unless you can put your art to work for you – chances are it won’t pay off in the end.

3 教育学

Education. Nearly 2 out of every 3 degrees earned in 2010, according to Fox news was an education-based degree. This means the market if flooded with people hoping to engage in the world’s noblest profession. Worse, teachers pay is not that great. On the flip side, if family in the future is important to you – then teaching can be a great job where you can still remain with your family.

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産経新聞 2014年5月28日付 大阪夕刊

読売All About News Dig週刊東洋経済日経WebComputerReportTOブックス中国人観光客奈良インバウンドに向けた調査研究も同様)







そこで、奈良県図書情報館協力のもと、産経新聞大阪下版日経新聞朝日新聞毎日新聞読売新聞産経新聞奈良面、奈良新聞奈良日新聞を調査したところ、該当する記事は見つからず。仕方がないので、地道にガイドブックを一つひとつ確認していった結果、唯一Frommer's Japanには3時間記述があったけど、時間が十分でなければ3時間であって、3時間で十分ではなかった。

If you don't have much time, the most important sites to see are Todaiji Temple, Kasuga Shrine, and Kofukuji Temple's Treasure House, which you can view in about 3 hours.









one of the most ... ~sという表現で、もっと妥当表現にするなら、









と言った時、話者は最もクールIT企業(複数形)はApple, Google, Facebook, Amazon念頭においているかもしれない。













The Most Effective Weapon on the Modern Battlefield is Concrete - Modern War Institute









By USAG- Humphreys





By Paul Horsefield





Communicating underwater is challenging.

Light and odors don't travel well, so it's hard for animals to see or smell.

But sound moves about four times faster in water than in air, so in this dark environment, marine mammals often rely on vocalization to communicate.

That's why a chorus of sounds fills the ocean.

Clicks, pulses, whistles, groans, boings, cries, and trills, to name a few.

But the most famous parts of this underwater symphony are the evocative melodies, or songs, composed by the world's largest mammals, whales.

Whale songs are one of the most sophisticated communication systems in the animal kingdom.

Only a few species are known to sing.

Blue, fin, bowhead minke whales, and of course humpback whales.

These are all baleen whales which use hairy baleen plates instead of teeth to trap their prey.

Meanwhile, toothed whales do use echolocation, and they and other species of baleen whales make social sounds, such as cries and whistles, to communicate.

But those vocalizations lack the complexity of songs.

So how do they do it?

Land mammals like us generate sound by moving air over our vocal chords when we exhale, causing them to vibrate.

Baleen whales have a U-shaped fold of tissue between their lungs and their large inflatable organs called laryngeal sacs.

We don't know this for sure because it's essentially impossible to observe the internal organs of a living, singing whale, but we think that when a whale sings, muscular contractions in the throat and chest move air from the lungs across the U-fold and into the laryngeal sacs, causing the U-fold to vibrate.

The resulting sound resonates in the sacs like a choir singing in a cathedral making songs loud enough to propagate up to thousands of kilometers away.

Whales don't have to exhale to sing.

Instead, the air is recycled back into the lungs, creating sound once more.

One reason whale songs are so fascinating is their pattern.

Units, like moans, cries, and chirps are arranged in phrases.

Repeated phrases are assembled into themes.

Multiple themes repeated in a predictable pattern create a song.

This hierarchical structure is a kind of grammar.

Whale songs are extremely variable in duration, and whales can repeat them over and over.

In one recorded session, a humpback whale sang for 22 hours.

And why do they do it?

We don't yet know the exact purpose, but we can speculate.

Given that the singers are males and they mostly sing during the mating season, songs might be used to attract females.

Or perhaps they're territorial, used to deter other males.

Whales return to the same feeding and breeding grounds annually, and each discrete population has a different song.

Songs evolve over time as units or phrases are added, changed, or dropped.

And when males from different populations are feeding within earshot, phrases are often exchanged, maybe because new songs make them more attractive to breeding females.

This is one of the fastest examples of cultural transmission, where learned behaviors are passed between unrelated individuals of the same species.

We can eavesdrop on these songs using underwater microphones called hydrophones.

These help us track species when sightings or genetic samples are rare.

For example, scientists have been able to differentiate the elusive blue whale's populations worldwide based on their songs.

But the oceans are getting noisier as a result of human activity.

Boating, military sonar, underwater construction, and seismic surveys for oil are occurring more often which may interfere with whale's communication.

Some whales will avoid key feeding or breeding grounds if human noise is too loud.

And humpback whales have been observed to reduce their singing in response to noise 200 kilometers away.

Limiting human activity along migratory routes and in other critical habitats, and reducing noise pollution throughout the ocean would help ensure whales continued survival.

If the whales can keep singing and we can keep listening, maybe one day we'll truly understand what they're saying.



Toxins are everywhere. Car exhaust, secondhand smoke, flame retardants, plastic packaging, heavy metals, pesticides, BPA-coated receipts… Unless you’re living in virgin forest, you’re going to come into contact with some less-than-optimal chemicals pretty much every day.

That’s definitely no reason to panic. In fact, small doses of toxins may be good for you because of a phenomenon called hormesis – mild stress makes your cells work more efficiently. However, your body can have trouble clearing certain toxins. You eliminate most of the bisphenol-A (BPA) and other plastics you ingest, but a small percentage hides away in your fat cells, messing with your hormones and accumulating over time. It’s the same deal with several mold toxins, heavy metals like lead, nickel, cadmium, mercury, and aluminum, and with certain pharmaceuticals and drugs like THC.

A good detox protocol can help you eliminate these more stubborn toxins. The trouble is that many common detoxes don’t work. Juice and water cleanses, for example, are often actually counterproductive because they deprive your body of essential nutrients it needs to function. That said, there are a few genuine ways to detox.

Because so many toxins stay in your fat cells, one way to detox is through lipolysis – breaking down your fat cells and releasing the hard-to-reach toxins stored within them. Lipolysis is especially effective when you combine it with liver and kidney support or adsorbents that can suck up the released toxins. This article focuses on all of the above. Let’s start with saunas.

1) Sauna sessions

Sweating does more than cool you off. It also helps you get rid of both heavy metals and xenobiotics – foreign compounds like plastics and petrochemicals – in small but significant amounts. A 2012 review of 50 studies found that sweating removes lead, cadmium, arsenic, and mercury, especially in people with high heavy metal toxicity [1]. Another study put participants in both traditional and infrared saunas and found similar results [2]. Sweating also eliminates hormone-disrupting BPA, which accumulates in your fat cells [3].

There’s debate about the best kind of sauna for detoxification. A couple studies have shown that infrared saunas are the most effective for detoxing, but the research was funded by infrared sauna companies, so the results are questionable. Both traditional and infrared saunas are effective for detoxing [2]. That said, I prefer infrared saunas for a few reasons:

They don’t get as hot. Traditional saunas heat the air around you, while infrared light penetrates and heats your tissue directly. You sweat in an infrared sauna at around 130-150 degrees instead of at 180-200 degrees, so you can stay in for longer without feeling like you’re going to pass out. I’ve done 2-hour infrared sauna sessions (drinking salt water the whole time to replenish electrolytes and fluids, of course).

They’re easier on your electric bill. Again, infrared saunas require less energy, especially if you get a sauna that reflects infrared light back on you. This one, for example, costs about 15 cents an hour to run.

Infrared saunas are often cheaper.

I personally use a Sunlighten infrared sauna and love it. If you don’t want to buy an infrared sauna and there isn’t one around you, a standard sauna will work perfectly well [2]. There’s probably one in your local gym.

Keep in mind that sweating pulls electrolytes and trace minerals from your body, so it’s important to drink a lot of fluids and get plenty of salt (preferably Himalayan pink salt or another mineral-rich natural salt) if you’re going to use a sauna to detox [2].

2) Exercise

Exercise is another way to flush toxins from your body, and through more than just making you sweat. Exercise increases lipolysis (the breakdown of fat tissue), releasing toxins stored in your fat tissue. Studies show that people who exercise and lose body fat end up with higher levels of circulating hormone disruptors [4]. Increasing lipolysis through diet does the same thing [5].

Mobilizing toxins isn’t necessarily a good thing, particularly if you’re unequipped to get rid of them. You want to be sure you’re getting rid of toxins, not just moving them to a different part of your body. Working out addresses the issue to a degree: it improves circulation, providing more oxygen to your liver and kidneys so they can better filter out toxins. You can also give your system even more support and pull out bad stuff with the next two detox tools: activated charcoal and glutathione.

3) Activated charcoal

Activated charcoal is a form of carbon that has massive surface area and a strong negative charge. It’s been around for thousands of years and it’s still used in emergency rooms today to treat poisoning.

Charcoal binds to chemicals whose molecules have positive charges, including aflatoxin and other polar mycotoxins [6], BPA [7], and common pesticides [8]. Once the chemicals attach to the charcoal you can pass them normally (i.e. poop them out).

Charcoal can bind to the good stuff, too, so I don’t recommend taking it within an hour of other supplements. Try taking a couple charcoal pills along with exercise or have a sauna session. They should adsorb many of the toxins you release into your gut and GI tract.

4) Glutathione

Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant that protects you from heavy metal damage, according to studies in both human and rat cells [9,10,11,12]. Glutathione also supports liver enzymes that break down mold toxins and heavy metals. Your digestion will destroy normal glutathione, so opt for a liposomal glutathione supplement that makes it through your stomach. You can also supplement with N-acetylcysteine and alpha-lipoic acid, which your body can use to build glutathione on its own [13]. If you have severe heavy metal or mycotoxin poisoning, talk to a naturopath or functional medicine doctor about intravenous (IV) glutathione. It’s expensive and less convenient than an oral supplement, but it works very well.

5) Cryolipolysis

We’ve talked about how heat and exercise can increase fat burning to detox your fat cells. It turns out cold can do the same. Cryochambers are gaining popularity with professional athletes and other high performers for their ability to quell inflammation. It turns out they can help you burn fat – and release the toxins stored in itas well.

A cryochamber uses liquid nitrogen to supercool your body, stimulating mitochondrial function and decreasing inflammation. Intense cold also destroys fat cells, which has led to cryolipolysis therapy as a way to slim down [14,15]. You can use it to detox, too.

Can’t get your hands on a cryochamber? Try traditional cold thermogenesis instead.

6) Ketosis

Quick disclaimer: I haven’t found studies specifically looking at ketosis and toxin load, so you may want to take this section with a grain of (Himalayan) salt. That said, ketosis is a very effective way to induce lipolysis, particularly if you’re fasting.

When you’re in ketosis and you haven’t eaten recently, your body breaks down your fat stores into free fatty acids, which it then converts to ketones for fuel. That means that, in theory, you should be able to supercharge your detox (and fat loss) by dropping into nutritional ketosis.

The Bulletproof Diet puts you into mild ketosis, which curbs your hunger and sharpens your brain without forcing you to forego carbs entirely. If you want to try nutritional ketosis for detoxing, youll have to modify the Bulletproof Diet slightly. Skip carb reefed days for a couple weeks and limit carbs to ~30-50 grams per day. You can use keto urine strips or – even better – a blood ketone meter to test and make sure you’re becoming fat-adapted. Once your levels read around 1.5 mg/dL, you’re comfortably in nutritional ketosis. At that point, fasting will attack your fat stores and mobilize toxins, which you can mop up with activated charcoal or sweat out (or both).

7) Chelation therapy for heavy metals

Chelation therapy is the strongest way to detox heavy metals. It can also be dangerous, so many doctors don’t recommend it unless you have moderate to severe heavy metal poisoning. Chelation therapy uses compounds called chelators that form strong bonds with heavy metals, leaving them unable to further poison your body. You can then pass them normally. Chelation therapy is very effective for removing lead, mercury, aluminum, arsenic, iron, and copper.

If you’ve been exposed to a lot of heavy metals, talk to a functional medicine doctor about chelation therapy. You really want to go to a medical professional for this one, because it’s so effective that if your liver and kidneys aren’t able to process the metals (a common problem in people with heavy metal poisoning) you can get seriously ill.

Combining detox methods for maximum effect

Each of these 7 methods works well on its own, and you can stack methods for an even greater effect. Exercise and sauna sessions are a good example. Preliminary evidence suggests that exercising and then hitting the sauna afterward will detoxify you better than either one alone does [16]. With that in mind, here’s a sample detox protocol:

Take 2-3 mL liposomal glutathione and 2-3 g vitamin C an hour before exercising.

Exercise for at least 20-30 minutes (HIIT is a good option).

Take 3-4 activated charcoal pills.

Spend 45-60 minutes in a sauna. Remember to get plenty of water and salt/electrolytes.

If you have a lot of fat and you’re burning it off quickly, you’re probably getting rid of a lot of toxins in one fell swoop, and you may get a headache, digestive problems, brain fog, etc. If that happens try taking more glutathione, vitamin C, and charcoal. Be sure you take charcoal at least an hour away from other supplements, as it binds to vitamin C.

Toxins are a fact of modern life, especially if you live in a city or somewhere with poor air quality, mold, and/or a lot of petrochemical byproducts. These detox methods can give your body a little extra support dealing with pollutants and help you perform your best.

Subscribe below if you want more info about how to upgrade your body and brain. Thanks for reading and have a great week!


World Map

はてな記法が一部使えますはてな記法一覧 はてな記法が一部使えますはてな記法一覧

World Map

The maps presented to you can be one of the most different types of maps in the world. The need for research that has a population of over 7 billion people in the world. Us to provide clearer detailed content you have tried to address the issue of what is the world map. The world map has been drawn in the way of any kind. The first map of the world, who will answer questions such as boots you would like to bid farewell to the NPAA.





日本語と混ぜれば行けるのか? → いけた

The best way to learn English is just to study. The most important factors which you get matured in English are how long and how deep you studied.

The way of studying is not so important. You must choose the way what you feel most comfortable to study, because you can keep studying much more with such things.

I think the grammar have huge importance for second language learners. Grammar is the key to correctly communicate each other.

And if you are Japanese, you have to practice pronunciation and intonation carefully. Sound structure of Japanese language is too poor. You never distinguish English's fertile sound representations without strict learning.




いま英語圏Googleで "all the energy" を検索するとちょうどこの話題ばかりがヒットして

そのどれもがこの発言者科学理解を "This is the most retarded thing I've read all year" とか言って笑いものにする論調だけど、





influenza WHO検索したら2クリックで"Influenza vaccination is the most effective way to prevent infection."って




The History of Japanese 'Anal'.

Anus is the most popular organ. It is very beautiful, smelly, and delicious.

Most Japanese like anuses very much, so anus is often affectionately called Anal.

However, Anal is an adjective, not a noun. What do you think about it?

In Japanese, a hole is called Ana. It's like Anal.

Anal as a more friendly name spreads to whole Japan.







Various Japanese 'Analism'

Each Japanese has an indivisual analism.

Some people like destroying Anal, or some people like gazing Anal.

Sometimes Anal is used alternative vagina during sex.

Although only a few people love stools, they are called scatologists who are distinguished from analists.

However, there is also an analism that analogy and scatology are inseparable.







How to enjoy 'Anal'

We can enjoy Anal variously. Gazing, dilatation, and sex...

In all these cases, the most important thing is loving Anal .

If you don't love Anal, you feel so bad toying Anal.





Why do you like 'Anal'?

Because the hole is there.



I defined the Anal in this text as an uncountable. (本文中のAnalは不可算名詞定義しました。)

Anal Masuda (アナル増田)



"The secret I've learned to getting ahead is being open to the lessons." by Oprah Winfrey, Stanford 2008

David Foster Wallace, Kenyon College, 2005

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CrOL-ydFMI

Full Transcript: http://web.ics.purdue.edu/~drkelly/DFWKenyonAddress2005.pdf

The only thing that's capital-T True is that you get to decide how you're gonna try to see it. This, I submit, is the freedom of a real education, of learning how to be well-adjusted. You get to consciously decide what has meaning and what doesn't. You get to decide what to worship.

Conan O'Brien, Dartmouth College, 2011

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELC_e2QBQMk

Transcript: http://www.dartmouth.edu/~commence/news/speeches/2011/obrien-speech.html

It is our failure to become our perceived ideal that ultimately defines us and makes us unique. It's not easy, but if you accept your misfortune and handle it right, your perceived failure can become a catalyst for profound re-invention.

or, "Nietzsche famously said "Whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger." But what he failed to stress is that it almost kills you."

Jeff Bezos, Princeton 2010

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBmavNoChZc

Transcript: http://www.businessinsider.com/we-are-what-we-choose-2010-6

"Cleverness is a gift, kindness is a choice. Gifts are easy -- they're given, after all. Choices can be hard. You can seduce yourself with your gifts if you're not careful, and if you do, it'll probably be to the detriment of your choices."

Dick Costolo, Michigan, 2013

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqRPesTumlA

You can’t plan a script. BE in THIS moment.

or, "You need to make more courageous choices. Take courageous risks."

David McCullough, Wellesley High School 2012

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lfxYhtf8o4

Transcript: http://www.myfoxboston.com/story/18720284/2012/06/06/full-transcript-youre-not-special-speech

And read… read all the time… read as a matter of principle, as a matter of self-respect. Read as a nourishing staple of life.

You're not special. Because everyone is.

Ellen DeGeneres, Tulane 2009


Transcript: http://gradspeeches.com/2009/2009/ellen-degeneres

"If you don’t remember a thing I said today, remember this, you’re going to be ok, dum de dumdumdum, just dance.

or, "the most important thing in your life is to live your life with integrityand not to give into peer pressure to try to be something that you’re not, to live your life as an honest and compassionate person, to contribute in some way. So to conclude my conclusion, follow your passion, stay true to yourself. "

Steve Jobs, Stanford, 2005

Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UF8uR6Z6KLc

Transcript: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2005/june15/jobs-061505.html

No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to Heaven don't want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because death is very likely the single best invention of life. It is life's change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new. Right now the new is you, but someday not too long from now, you will gradually become the old and be cleared away. Sorry to be so dramatic, but it is quite true.

Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.

おまけ Elon Musk, TED

Chris Anderson: Elon, how have you done this? These projects are so -- Paypal, SolarCity, Tesla, SpaceX, they're so spectacularly different, they're such ambitious projects at scale. How on Earth has one person been able to innovate in this way? What is it about you?


Elon Musk: I don't know, actually. I don't have a good answer for you. I work a lot. I mean, a lot.

Transcript: http://www.ted.com/talks/elon_musk_the_mind_behind_tesla_spacex_solarcity/transcript?language=en


小保方さんはコネ採用だった、は本当か? に関する参考資料

小保方さんはコネ採用だった、は本当か? に関する参考資料(一部重複)

[参考] 採用面接から笹井氏参加までの時系列

【笹井氏の会見詳報(2)】「ほとんど若山氏の…小保方氏をリーダー抜擢した理由は…京大に詫び、仲直り」(4/4ページ) - MSN産経west


【笹井氏の会見詳報(2)】「ほとんど若山氏の…小保方氏をリーダー抜擢した理由は…京大に詫び、仲直り」(2/4ページ) - MSN産経west



[参考] 小保方さんの理研採用までの経緯


1. How did the STAP stem cell collaboration begin between the Vacanti lab and your group? What made you decide to team up with them? Can you please tell us more about the beginnings of this research?

Teru: Dr. Kojima (Vacanti’s lab) contacted me by e-mail to help with chimera experiments. At that time, the project looks very much impossible. That’s why I accepted. I like such impossible experiments.

First time, Dr. Obokata brought strange cells, and there was no chimera after blastocyst injection. However, nearly 2 year later, Dr. Obokata found a very good method to generate STAP cell. Then, we could obtain good chimera.

小保方さんVacanti lab に採用



神戸新聞NEXT|社会|小保方さん、理研入り転機は震災 STAP細胞作製



なお、研究のチェック機能が果たされなかったことについては、小保方氏が他 の機関で行った研究を若山研において客員研究員身分継続し、その後、自ら がリーダーを勤める研究室において発展させたという研究環境の変遷や、成果と りまとめに近づいた段階に入って笹井氏と丹羽氏というそれぞれ若山氏とは独立 した立場シニア研究者データの補強や論文作成のために協力することになっ たなどの事情もあるのではないかとうかがえる面がある。

2012 Annual Report (PDF) p75

Teruhiko WAKAYAMA Ph.D.


Team Leader


Research Scientist


Visiting Scientist

(中略) Haruko OBOKATA (後略)

Visiting Scientist = 客員研究員

[参考] センター戦略プログラム(小保方さんの採用されたポジション)とは




創造研究推進プログラム (略) センター戦略プログラム (略)


Scientists at early to middle stages of their careers will be considered. The most important evaluation criteria in this recruitment are the novelty and creativity of the research plan; those seeking to undertake new research challenges are welcomed, irrespective of their scientific background or stage of career development.

Application and required documents】


[Application Documents]

1) Curriculum vitae, including a brief summary of research experience

2) Proposal for a five-year research project

3) Name and contact information of three references

Please write all documents in English.


Review of applications will begin December 1, 2012 and continue on a rolling basis until the positions are filled.

[Handling Personal Data]

Handling of Personal Data: All private data sent to RIKEN in application for employment is handled in strict confidentiality, and such data is not utilized for any other purpose or disclosed to any third party.

【Selection process】

Screening of application documents, presentation seminar; interviews, etc




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2002年04月 早稲田大学理工学部応用化学入学AO入試

2005年    常田教授指導東京湾微生物等を研究

2006年03月 早稲田大学理工学部応用化学卒業

2006年04月 修士課程進学 指導常田

2007年    早大給付奨学金獲得


2007年    再生医療転向女子医大研修生大和岡野指導

2008年03月 修士号取得

2008年04月 博士課程進学 指導常田

2008年04月 学振研究員DC1獲得。3年間「月20万円奨励金+年60万円研究費」


2011年03月 ハーバードメディカルスクールVacanti lab研究員


2011年03月 小島からの連絡でハーバードと共同研究理研CDB入り。若山ラボゲノム・リプログラミング研究所属





2005年(東京湾微生物等を研究 ) のソースだけ見つけられなかった。




STAP細胞・私の見方:まだ20点、本質的な研究を 笹井芳樹、理化学研究所発生・再生科学総合研究センター副センター長




Q. どれだけの分量の書き直しをさせた?

A. natureから返されて半年ぐらいした後で、小保方氏が直したものを見て指導した。論旨がジャンプしている箇所があったので、どういうロジックで書くべきか彼女と議論しながら指導した。

Q. 小保方さんの資質

A. ゆたかな発想力がある。そして実験を進める集中力がある。ただ、同時にトレーニングが足りなかったものがある。未熟という言葉はあまり使いたくはないが、科学者として早くに身につけるべきものが足りなかった。両極端の能力があった。シニアとして自戒するのは、彼女が強いところを出すのは伸ばせたと思うが、弱いところを強化してあげることができなかった。背伸びだけでなく足下をしっかりとさせることができなかったのは自分として足りなかった。

Q. 笹井先生が囲い込んだという話があるが?

A. 所内での発表が2月だったが、ちょうどその時に不正の話になった。それまで彼女が所内で話す機会はなかった。笹井研ではプレゼン機会はあって、議論はしている。バカルディ先生同意なしで情報を広めることが難しいことがあった。私達の判断で自由に情報を発信することは難しい状況。

Q. 人事について

A. 小保方採用時は自分は単なる研究リーダー。人事は多数決で決める。私にどうにかできるものではなかった。

STAP細胞:理化学研究所の会見一問一答 - 毎日新聞


Q 小保方さんは未熟と言うが、そういう人がなぜユニットリーダーになったのか。

 竹市 私たち研究室のヘッドとなる人は公募だ。書類審査と、どんな研究をし、今後何をしようとしているかプレゼンで決める。STAPにインパクトを感じて採用したが、過去の調査が不十分だったことを非常に強く反省している。


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