Live Testing Of Cosmetics
In a brave and highly controversial move, Lush cosmetics in the UK spent yesterday performing ‘Live Human Testing’ in the window of their busy Regent Street store. The idea was part of their extensive campaign against animal testing in the cosmetics industry, and the apologetically bold move to turn the tables and use humans as subjects of these gruelling and graphic procedures certainly attracted a lot of media attention and divided the public right around the world. So what do you think? Was this too much, or something we all needed to see and understand?
Pastries from Insect
Recently, I saw the light of a book titled "Cookbook of insects." In honor of the release edition in the shops was organized a party at which guests eat cake offered to a grasshopper or a cake with worms. Moreover, the organizers tried to break the world record for the biggest cake with a grasshopper. Now heed your selection of photos from the party.
Space Shuttle "Discovery
Spiral Installation of 23,000
Photos of the Hubble Space Telescope
We enjoy the pictures that the Hubble Space Telescope in orbit of the planet for over twenty years and continues to this day reveal to us the secrets of the cosmos. NGC 5194Known as NGC 5194, this large galaxy with well-developed spiral structure may have been first discovered by a spiral nebula. It is clear that its spiral arms and dust lanes pass in front of satellite galaxies - NGC 5195 (left). The couple is at a distance of about 31 million light-years and officially belongs to the small constellation Canes Venaticorum.
Exhibition of Sand Sculptures
Sand Sculpture Museum, located at the famous sand dunes of Tottori in Japan. The museum was opened in 2006 and was dedicated to the Italian Renaissance. Basically the same themes of exhibitions devoted to the "heritage of UNESCO." In April 2008 there was an exhibition of sand sculptures dedicated to Asia in September 2009 - Australia, in April 2010 - Africa. This year the exhibition is devoted to the theme of "Great Britain", in honor of the upcoming Olympic Games. The exhibition will be open to the public from 14 April to January 2013.