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Tokyo, Japan
The Hon. Dr. Hideyasu M. R. "Hide" Sasaki is a computer scientist working in Gov't of Japan for Big Data Initiative and Catholic lawyer admitted to practice in New York, the United States.

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

The radio-controlled clock in my room began its strange reverse move on the second hand at 23:10 tonight. This clock has some rust inside its mechanism of movement, which behaves like a semiconductor. It might be a signal of something extraordinary that is related to electromagnetic waves in nature. Hope nothing be happening.

Friday, February 16, 2018

The season of Camellia japonica has visited Tokyo, finally. The original Camellia species - 'Yabu' is blossom in my north east yard. It has a white flower like ivory that is really marvelous this year. Lilly camellia has many flowers, which had only one flower last season. Everything in my yards transcends into an early spring.

Friday, January 26, 2018

The record-breaking low temperature was reported in the north side of Tokyo; it's 14.3 F, i.e. -9.8 Celsius! Just crazy. What's going on here in Tokyo?

Thursday, January 25, 2018

Everything has been covered with snow and side walks are icy and dangerous. It is windy so that I feel chilly outside. I've just finished writing a paper for a next conference and am still working over another experiment for some meeting. Hope things be going well.

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Yesterday's big snow has packed me in my house all the day. Everything in Tokyo has been colored in pure white. It were like a north country side in the morning. Moreover, in the very much north side of the outer Tokyo area there was a tiny scale of explosion on a small volcano, Kusatsu-Shirane. The latest development by Japan's public broadcasting service reported that it should be a surprise in the area. After big snow, an explosion even it was not a serious one. What a noisy January we have this year.

Monday, January 1, 2018

I have just finished overnight experiments for an algorithm that I designed for analysis on a biological phenomenon. Its results are marvelous so that I must have been cautious of trustworthiness of the results. My new year began with thorough discussion of the experimental results. That is done for a conference that is to come to Kyoto this year. The due is coming soon. I have no choice rather than sacrificing this new year recess anyhow. I was very much disappointed about some of the conferences held last year. All I can do is that just I hard work over my topic. What else can I do?

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

After almost half a month travel through Asia and Hawaii, I have been back to Tokyo last week. A pile of emails occupied my laptop. It's really bad as always. A good news is that results of experiments of a new algorithm look nice to me. Everything is going well but for a small fraction of too much well going piece of the results. I must put that portion into a second try of the algorithm.

It's cold and windy today in Tokyo. After a series of long journey, I decided not to come to Rio de Janeiro next July, that is far away from Tokyo. Maybe not a small number of people who joined SSCI agree with me on that point. Too far from anywhere, geometrically and psychologically.