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Koichi Toyama, Fascist, Incites Holocaust

Koichi Toyama has published a horrifying paper on his website entitled "The Final Solution to the Keigo Oyamada Question."

This title is based on "The Final Solution to the Jewish Question."

Keigo Oyamada is a world-renowned musician by the name of Cornelius.

His music was scheduled to be used for the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.

However, his problematic behavior was discovered and he was forced to resign.

He had bragged in a magazine interview that he had abused a handicapped person.

Kentaro Kobayashi, the show director of the opening ceremony, was also dismissed for his comments making fun of the Holocaust.

Koichi Toyama's paper, "The Final Solution to the Keigo Oyamada Question," defends the racists.

Calling himself a fascist, he incites the Holocaust by likening it to "The Final Solution of the Jewish Question."

Koichi Toyama is a fanatical political activist in Japan who calls himself a fascist.

In 2007, he ran for the Tokyo gubernatorial election and gave a radical speech in which he imitated Hitler and called for the overthrow of the Japanese government.

Tokyo is in the midst of hosting the Olympic Games.

This is an act of terrorism that shatters Olympism.

How will journalists around the world report this?

Kaname Youi is a supporter of Koichi Toyama.

He has been liking and spreading Koichi Toyama's anti-social paper on Twitter.

Kaname Youi is a magazine editor for "Kobunsha," a major Japanese publishing house, and has been in contact with many famous authors.

Shuichi Kitao is also a supporter of Koichi Toyama.

He once worked as an editor for a magazine that published an ugly interview with Keigo Oyamada.

Today he is the president of a publishing company called "Hyakumannen Shobo."

Shuichi Kitao has published a book on Koichi Toyama.

Racists are gathering in droves under Adolf Hitler in Japan.

Japan has finally become a nation where Neo-Nazis are on the rise.





























[質問1] オリンピックを中止を求めるデモやってるらしいけど、まじ?オリンピックは無観客で、しか選手選手村に隔離されてるじゃん!実際にパンデミックも起こってないし、デモする意味わからんけども・・・

[自分の回答] 今オリンピック中止のデモやってる奴らは、極々少数で、400人とか。無視できるレベル。こういう連中はデモをするのが仕事または趣味で、年中なんらかのデモをやってる。普通人間オリンピックを中止すべきと思っておらず、好意的に受け止めてるよ。

[質問2] 今日本で完全にワクチン接種が済んでいる人が全人口の7%ってまじ?wオリンピックが行われるのがわかっていたのに、何でこんなに接種率が低いの?wオリンピックに向けて普通はバシバシ打つもんじゃないの?意味わからんでしょw

[自分の回答] 7/23時点では、2回の接種が完了した人が全人口23%で、1回以上の人は35%やで。まぁ全体から言ったら全然すくないけども。日本他国に比べて接種が遅れてるんやで。ワクチン国内での治験日本向けにローカライズして独自にやったから、承認時間がかかって、結果として接種も遅れてるんやで~。日本は65歳以上が世界一多くて、それらの人が政治的な基盤を形成してる。そういうわけで、めちゃくちゃ保守的な国だから、遅れてるのはしゃーないやで。

[質問3] 東京での感染者が1300人/日でてて、日本政府には"激震"が走ってるらしいけども、まじ?アテネ人口東京の1/3だけど、同じくらい感染者数でてるよ?大騒ぎすることなの?

[自分の回答] 激震なんて走っとらん!w以下は俺の個人的意見だけども:政府関係者は1300人程度なら想定の範囲内だとおもうで~おそらく2500人とか3000人程度までなら想定内じゃないかな?これが東京だけで感染者数が10,000人/日とかいくようになると、ロックダウンとかやるかもな~。ちな日本は未だに強制力のある移動制限とかはしたことないよ!8月のなかば日本ホリデーシーズンがあって、そこでみんな故郷に帰ったりするから感染拡大する見込み。本番はオリンピックというよりお盆終わりの9月からや!コロナ先生次回作にご期待ください!



Dear Prof. Masuda,

This email may come as a surprise to you, as it is irrelevant to research or fellowships. In Greece we try to understand the situation with the Olympic games in Tokyo and the pandemic, but the reports on Greek media is fuzzy. Once my colleagues found out that I have some communication with a Professor in Tokyo, they asked me if I could possibly contact you and ask you what exactly is the situation there. So, with all the respect to your valuable time, whenever you have some spare time, could you please inform me about the following points that our journalists reporting from Tokyo only confuse us further?

Is it true that people organize demonstrations in the streets to stop the Olympic Games, because they are afraid that the games will spread the coronavirus in Japan? We do not understand this, as the games are held with no spectators (unfortunately) and the athletes are isolated in the Olympic Village, anyway (even with no pandemic).

Is it true that only 7% of the overall population in Japan is vaccinated against the Coronavirus? If yes, how is this possible, knowing that the Olympic Games are going to be held there ?

Today, they said on the news that 1300 new infections have been reported in Tokyo and that caused some "vibrations" to the government. Is this number significant for the Japanese people? In Athens alone (that is only 5 million people, 3 times less than Tokyo) we count that many infections every day for the past month.

As you can see, everything that is reported from Tokyo is unclear and contradicting: demonstrations for the cancellation of the Games due to the pandemic, vaccination level, infection rate. Today I heard on out national radio straight from the head of our Olympic Team that everything is calm and under absolute control in the Games. So could you please shed some light to all this, please? Again, if you are busy I will understand if you do not reply, as this is just curiosity and not urgent at all.


[Your question1]

Is it true that people organize demonstrations in the streets to stop the Olympic Games, because they are afraid that the games will spread the coronavirus in Japan? We do not understand this, as the games are held with no spectators (unfortunately) and the athletes are isolated in the Olympic Village, anyway (even with no pandemic).

[My opinion]

The people who is engaging the demonstrations are very few such as 400 and they could be ignored. These people always participate in the demonstrations as a work or just enjoying their free time. They don't have any political ideology. General people is enjoying the Olympic Games as usual on TV.

[Your question2]

Is it true that only 7% of the overall population in Japan is vaccinated against the Coronavirus? If yes, how is this possible, knowing that the Olympic Games are going to be held there ?

[My opinion]

As of July 23, 23% of the population had received two doses of the vaccine, and 35% had received at least once. Japan is behind other countries in terms of vaccination. Japan government took a long time to approve the vaccine produced outside of Japan, and as a result, the vaccination has been delayed. Japan has the largest rate of people over 65 in the world; about 30% is over 65 years old. These people form the political base of the country, so it's no wonder it's so conservative.

[Your question3]

Today, they said on the news that 1300 new infections have been reported in Tokyo and that caused some "vibrations" to the government. Is this number significant for the Japanese people? In Athens alone (that is only 5 million people, 3 times less than Tokyo) we count that many infections every day for the past month.

[My opinion]

The following is my personal opinion: I think 1,300 new infections in Tokyo in a day is not big deal for the government. Maybe 2,500 or 3,000 is still within the expectation. If the new infections in Tokyo become over massive amount such as 10,000/day, we might need to go into a lock-down. Japan has yet to impose any enforceable movement restrictions. Japan has a holiday week in mid-August, and people go back to their hometowns, so the infection is expected to spread.


Shouldn't "whites" be correctly discriminated against in corona?

Shouldn't "white people" be correctly discriminated against in corona?


Discrimination and persecution related to coronaviruses is now widespread worldwide.

There is a concrete and wide-ranging summary of the situation.


"List of Incidents of Foreign Fear and Racism Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic"



That is the English version of Wikipedia article.

With Google Chrome, right-click → Translate to Japanese, but the translation is a bit rough, but anyone can read it in Japanese.

The contents are like this.


>> In France, after the new coronavirus was confirmed on January 24, 2020, a lot of harassment and discrimination against Asians occurred [41]. It is aimed at Asians such as Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese, Filipino [42], and taxis and trains that refuse to board Chinese, Korean, Japanese have appeared [41] [43] ].

>> French newspaper Le Courrier Picard featured an Asian woman in a mask on the top page on January 26, 2020 with the heading "Yellow Alert".

>> On March 8, 2020, a Japanese restaurant in Rivoli, Turin, Piedmont, was targeted for arson by a teenager who teased his owner and called him an epidemic carrier. [191]


Not limited to the above, Wuhan and Africans in China, Chinese and infected people in Japan.

Discrimination, whether in the United States, Egypt, Africa or anywhere in the world, exists at all.

In a sense, it's almost equal. Under extreme circumstances, it is not uncommon for "weak" people to be able to keep themselves without creating enemies.


However, what I want to say is not a used phrase such as "Let's live kindly with philanthropy."

There is no objection to it. If the world can eliminate discrimination and prejudice, I naturally want it.

But what I felt was a big question before that. It can be called academic interest.


Chinese discriminate against Wuhan natives, Japanese discriminate against Chinese, and Europeans discriminate against Asians.

I see, there is a reason to that, considering the spread of coronavirus infection. "From what you see, what's dangerous is that area".

Roughly, it may be the result of thinking about "weak" people.


But here's the strange thing. Asians, Africans, yellows and blacks, they are discriminated against in many places around the world.

Frankly speaking, it's safe to say that blacks have little to do with the coronavirus. It's just that the original sense of discrimination has surfaced.

These ethnic groups and regions are equally discriminated against. It is a sense of discrimination that is based on fear but is incorrect but makes sense.


However. Then why isn't "white people" discriminated against?


From April to May, the coronavirus showed an explosive spread in the West.

In the ranking of the number of infected people in the world, the United States is alone, with 1.34 million people, accounting for more than a quarter of the total infected people of 402 million people as of May 10.

After the second place, Spain, Italy, the United Kingdom, Russia, Germany, Brazil and France are followed, and each has more than 100,000 domestic cases.

Excluding Brazil, everything from 2nd to 7th is Europe. The word "Western Europe" is clearly the most dangerous coronavirus-contaminated area / infectious zone in the world.


However. Strangely enough, there is little talk that "white people, Europeans, and Americans are discriminated against in the world."

Of course it is not zero, but while looking for one "white discrimination", it is possible to find "Asian discrimination", "Black discrimination" and "Yellow discrimination".

It is said that what is currently expanding in the world is not the first wave from China, but the second wave from Europe, which is the pandemic.


With this, it is still understandable that the "white man" continues to do the right thing cleanly and correctly and has succeeded in corona countermeasures.

However, white people have continued to discriminate among Asians since the beginning of the spread.

In January and February, it was not uncommon to hear that Asians were already walking around in the country, calling them "Corona Corona."

By all means, white people are the incarnation of evil. It's not a good thing.


Regardless of the early stages of the epidemic, now that the "hotbed of corona infection" has moved there, it should be possible for white people to hate it.

Otherwise, it cannot be called "equal discrimination". As a result, it is wrong.



If you think about the reason here, after all, "targets are races / objects that originally had hostility",

The hypothesis may be that "there are restrictions on mobility and there are white Asian societies, but few non-white societies are white."

It must be interesting to study the area academically.


However, historically, I've seen that "white people" crusade various places with the Crusades and do all they can to the contrary.

I think that the trilingual diplomacy of Britain has created the situation in the Middle East, where terrorism is frequent nowadays, and has repeatedly carried out wrongdoing by repeatedly discriminating against blacks, Indians, and yellow races.

So, isn't it right here to try to discriminate against white people correctly?


Non-white society is a little too kind to "white people".

It was around this time today when I was thinking about that.


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Restudying Euler's formula with paper, pencil, ruler and compasses.




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One day, a school teacher wrote on the board following:











When he was done, looked to the students and they were all laughing at him, because of the first equation which was wrong, and then the teacher said the following.

"I wrote that first one wrong on purpose, because I wanted you to learn something important. This was for you to know how world out there will treat you. You can see that I wrote RIGHT 9 times, but none of you congratulated me for it; you all laughed and criticized me because of one wrong thing I did.

So this is the lesson...

"The world will never appreciate the good you do a million times, but will criticize the one wrong thing you do...

But don't get discouraged, Always rise above all the Laughter and Criticism.

Stay Strong!"


アブストを1 wordも書けてないけど彼女と別れたことをアブストっぽく書く



I was rejected by my best girl nine months ago. It has been unclear the reason why they broke up despite the each other's intense love. In this thesis, we provide a clear explanation about the event.

What plays a invaluable role for our study is descriptions gathered from me about each incident that had happened along them. We were able to obtain a large number of the descriptions, since a winter chill in the air reminded me the divine memories of the days with her. We carefully examined each of them and arranged the incidents into some categories. By combing chronological order and categories of the incidents, we analyzed the emotional changes of me and her.

We propose a simple model that explain the breakup between them, based on the above mentioned analysis. From discussions about the model with some people, the model is considered to be capturing major matters. We also present our attempt to match the model to the existing collection of patterns of the way how once loved people would break up. Even though this attempt is not much succeeded, at least it reveals that what I experienced was quite ordinal breakup.






MIT develops new fast-charging battery technology ideal for automobiles

February With the world going mobile and billions of new devices requiring electrical storage, battery technology is almost certainly due for a renaissance in the near future and recent developments suggest MIT will play a role in the next significant battery technology. Less than a week ago, we reported on work being done by MIT's Laboratory for Electromagnetic and Electronic Systems (LEES) that could become the first technologically significant and economically viable alternative to conventional batteries in 200 years. Now a second new and highly promising battery technology is emerging from MIT - a new type of lithium battery that could become a cheaper alternative to the batteries that now power hybrid electric cars.

Until now, lithium batteries have not had the rapid charging capability or safety level needed for use in cars. Hybrid cars now run on nickel metal hydride batteries, which power an electric motor and can rapidly recharge while the car is decelerating or standing still.

But lithium nickel manganese oxide, described in a paper to be published in Science on Feb. 17, could revolutionize the hybrid car industry -- a sector that has "enormous growth potential," says Gerbrand Ceder, MIT professor of materials science and engineering, who led the project.

"The writing is on the wall. It's clearly happening," said Ceder, who said that a couple of companies are already interested in licensing the new lithium battery technology.

The new material is more stable (and thus safer) than lithium cobalt oxide batteries, which are used to power small electronic devices like cell phones, laptop computers, rechargeable personal digital assistants (PDAs) and such medical devices as pacemakers.

The small safety risk posed by lithium cobalt oxide is manageable in small devices but makes the material not viable for the larger batteries needed to run hybrid cars, Ceder said. Cobalt is also fairly expensive, he said.

The MIT team's new lithium battery contains manganese and nickel, which are cheaper than cobalt.

Scientists already knew that lithium nickel manganese oxide could store a lot of energy, but the material took too long to charge to be commercially useful. The MIT researchers set out to modify the material's structure to make it capable of charging and discharging more quickly.

Lithium nickel manganese oxide consists of layers of metal (nickel and manganese) separated from lithium layers by oxygen. The major problem with the compound was that the crystalline structure was too "disordered," meaning that the nickel and lithium were drawn to each other, interfering with the flow of lithium ions and slowing down the charging rate.

Lithium ions carry the battery's charge, so to maximize the speed at which the battery can charge and discharge, the researchers designed and synthesized a material with a very ordered crystalline structure, allowing lithium ions to freely flow between the metal layers.

A battery made from the new material can charge or discharge in about 10 minutes -- about 10 times faster than the unmodified lithium nickel manganese oxide. That brings it much closer to the timeframe needed for hybrid car batteries, Ceder said.

Before the material can be used commercially, the manufacturing process needs to be made less expensive, and a few other modifications will likely be necessary, Ceder said.

Other potential applications for the new lithium battery include power tools, electric bikes, and power backup for renewable energy sources.

The lead author on the research paper is Kisuk Kang, a graduate student in Ceder's lab. Ying Shirley Meng, a postdoctoral associate in materials science and engineering at MIT, and Julien Breger and Clare P. Grey of the State University of New York at Stony Brook are also authors on the paper.

The research was funded by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Department of Energy.




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