Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Friday, May 23, 2008
Statue of Liberty
Willard can create a masterpiece within the eye of a tiny sewing needle, on the head of a pin, the tip of an eyelash or a grain of sand. Some are many times smaller than the fullstop at the end of this sentence.
His work has been described as "The eight wonder of the world" and "Truly a gift from God". Even he is sometimes at a loss for an explanation as to exactly how he is able to create such treasures. He just gratefully acknowledges that he's been blessed with a God-given talent.
He started to construct tiny houses for them from splinters of wood and became obsessed with making more and more tiny things. He was trying to find a way of compensating for had embarrassment at having learning difficulties: people had made he feel small so he wanted to show them how significant small could be.
Wigan's work is certainly not being ignored. He spent 3½ months re-creating the iconic Lloyds of London building in white gold, the size of a grain of sugar. Amazing. Link
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
A bizarre discovery at Indonesia around 1970s, named ‘Jenglot’ makes suggestion that it was miniature humanoid. But then the research proved that Jenglot was an idol which made from the combination of the animal’s carcass. For your information, Jenglot was used for the worship purpose.
In Chile on October first of 2002, a group of family members found what appeared to be a small humanoid creature. The miniscule being measures about 7.2 centimeters long. It has a relatively large head, two arms with long fingers, and two legs. The bizarre creature was found among bushes by one of the children during an outdoors trip.
Monday, May 5, 2008
Friday, May 2, 2008
I have received this video from the email so I post to show you all how the sharpness of piranha teeth...They are known for their sharp teeth and an aggressive appetite for meat. However, despite the negative Hollywood publicity Pirahnas are not generally violent, and have been known to be domesticated in home and office fish tanks. Watch and enjoy...
Posted by yani_worldpeace at Friday, May 02, 2008