TuvaOnline has posted a great interview with Vyacheslav Ondar, who is a Doctor of Medicine, member of American Academy of orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS), and of International Association of traumatic orthopedics (SICOT) and also National Physician of Republic Tyva.
Wednesday, 10 April 2013
Zeenews.india.com reports that plans are underway to build Russia's biggest Buddha statue in Kyzyl. The statue is expected to be about 9 metres tall, will be placed on top of a 6 metre tall platform, and will cost up to $450,000 (USD).
Posted by Friends of Tuva / Feynman.com at 19:28
The web magazine Argophila has published an article declaring Kyzyl to be Russia’s psychic energy gem in the heart of Asia.
Don't know why, but the over-saturated images accompanying the article are cool.
Posted by Friends of Tuva / Feynman.com at 19:21
Boing Boing references a great video where Feynman talks about why trains don't fly off the track when they go around the bend.
Posted by Friends of Tuva / Feynman.com at 19:18