Japanese artist Riusuke Fukahori 深堀隆介 painted awesome 3-D goldfishes with acrylic paint on several layers of transparent liquid resin, layer by layer one after another.
There are more beautiful photos about it available on Flickr by Dominicspics
I also interested in martial art, I think this one is useful for all, especially for girls.
Image source: Internet
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Wow, imaging that one day, can put aside all worldly matter, stay peacefully in the fresh air forest… then wake up with singing birds, breathe the very first breath of a day under a just-came morning sun light, take a deep breath with the fresh wind just blew by…
David Agus: A new strategy in the war on cancer
Traditional cancer treatments focus on individual cells. But at TEDMED 2009, Dr. David Agus argues that this approach is shortsighted. According to Agus, the future of cancer treatment lies in sequencing cancer genomes, as well as in using atypical drugs, computer modeling and protein analysis to treat the entire body rather than rogue cells.