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Apoptosis

In the words of my biology teacher, apoptosis is "cell suicide" in which a cell's genes program the cell to die on its own. Apoptosis is a beneficial biological process used to prevent tumors from spreading and in human embryonic development. When apoptosis is not activated during embryonic development, the webbing between fingers and toes does not die. As a result, some people have webbed feet or hands.

Posted in Apoptosis

Little braids in a bun

This up-do looks really nice with highlights.

Posted in Bun (hairstyle)

French-braided bun

handy if your hair tends to fall out.

Posted in Bun (hairstyle)

Dreams Cancelled, Banksy

This reminds me of the Great Depression.

Posted in Graffiti

Girl with Floating Red Balloon, Banksy

It's the subtle messages of his work.

Posted in Graffiti

Flower by Banksy

"Banksy" is the pseudonym for an English graffiti artists. His graffiti contains elements of satire and his style is unique and prolific.

Posted in Graffiti

Cakes by Wayne Thiebaud

Posted in Painting

The Bean in Millennium Park, Chicago

The coolest mirror of Chicago. You can take many great pictures at different angles.

Posted in Mirror

Cakes by Wayne Thiebaud

Wayne Thiebaud is a famous contemporary artist who is known for his rich paintings of cakes. If you've ever seen any of his paintings up close, you can see the painting slathered onto the canvas almost like icing layered on a cake.

Posted in Painting

A Beautiful Mind

The film is based on a true story of a genius mathematician played by Russell Crowe who struggles to separate illusion from reality because of his schizophrenia, but he manages to find peace through his wife's unfailing love.

Posted in Schizophrenia