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#Todays3 is our collection of material that we think should be highlighted and discussed more. Whether it is science, politics, history, religion or anything else for that matter. 110 more words

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A Fiction Agreed Upon. Episode Two: On the Wings of Icarus. Part Four.

PART FOUR.

Kam caught up with Rain outside of the building.

“Rain, wait!”

“Kamala Manson, you are henceforth no longer my intern, so I can speak plainly,” she spun around to face her. 1,743 more words

A Fiction Agreed Upon

A Fiction Agreed Upon. Chapter Two: On the Wings of Icarus. Part Three.

PART THREE.

The Louvre was thankfully quiet once you broke away from the main wing, which led directly down to the Mona Lisa. With time and exposure, the painting had become even more famous and treasured. 2,096 more words

A Fiction Agreed Upon

Artist of The Week: Leonardo da Vinci

Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (15 April 1452 – 2 May 1519), more commonly Leonardo da Vinci or simply Leonardo, was an Italian Renaissance polymath whose areas of interest included invention, painting, sculpting, architecture, science, music, mathematics, engineering, literature, anatomy, geology, astronomy, botany, writing, history, and cartography. 44 more words

The Vitruvian Man

BY: AHAD KHATTAK, M.B.B.S., BATCH XXI

L’Uoomo Vitruviano; The Vitruvian Man, is a drawing by the renowned Renaissance polymath Leonardo Da Vinci. Inspired by the work of the ancient Roman architect Vitruvius on the proportions of human anatomy this deceptively simple drawing has deeper and more profound meaning than to just explore the ideal human body proportions. 717 more words

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My face was hurting. I couldn’t smile any longer. I really wish Leo would hurry up or I hadn’t agreed to be his model. “Are you done yet?” I asked as I looked into his eyes. 1,261 more words

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The Da Vinci Code 42-44: A Bunch of Inevitable Box Jokes

Chapter 42…

…may very well contain the answer to Life, The Universe and Everything, but probably doesn’t. Still, at least our heroes are no longer in the back of that taxi. 2,932 more words

The Da Vinci Code