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- Ancient plaster statue imitating humans and gods. It has orthodox (or conservative) meanings in human history and art history.
 
- Ancient plaster statue imitating humans and gods. It has orthodox (or conservative) meanings in human history and art history.
 
- The contrast and integration of the plaster statues, relics of the past, and living slimo in the present.
 
- The contrast and integration of the plaster statues, relics of the past, and living slimo in the present.
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Revision as of 10:25, 25 October 2021

1. Cover the plaster statue with slimo like transparent skin.

- Morphological Similarities Between Slimo and Human Neurons - The connection and integration between the human (me) and the slimo. - Ancient plaster statue imitating humans and gods. It has orthodox (or conservative) meanings in human history and art history. - The contrast and integration of the plaster statues, relics of the past, and living slimo in the present.


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