There is a very famous book in China named <The Journey To The West>. If you read it, you must know the Ginseng fruit. Now, it become true. These Chinese pears look like chubby little Buddha, marketed as “happy/joyful doll pears.”
It’s not magic, it’s science. Through a 24hz sine wave, the falling water becomes a stream of water similar some wave looks. I searched lots of comments online, someone said actually human’s eye can’t catch these effect, but camera has frame rate. If you like it, you can see more on Brusspup’s page in You Tube.
I wanna say, it’s really really a smart idea for kill time and antistress. Artist fra.biancoshock created an ingenious installation in a Milan bus station. There are three stress relief dosages: 3 minutes, 5 minutes, and 10 minutes.
Japanese photographer Yoji Ookata obtained his scuba license at his 21 years old. He has spent the last 50 years exploring and documenting his discoveries off the coast of Japan. Recently he found the origins of “mystery circle” in the deep sea, which is near Amami Oshima at the southern tip of the country.
Here is what they found:
Shitter is a quite smart service by Collector’s Edition. You can authorize the app to work with your Twitter account, then choose what you wanna print, pay money, then you are mailed four toilet paper rolls of your Twitter feed. Cool!!!