Re-growing human organs and body parts
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05/30/2012 | Pasefika
Click here to see the Samoana Painting in oil by Jon Apisa.
03/31/2012 | Pasefika
A 3d model of a Cafe Racer Motorcycle may be seen on our on our Pasefika.com Site at this link
We have also uploaded the video on YouTube at this link:
07/04/2011 | Pasefika
Pasefika is restarting sales of Samoan and Polynesian apparel and fine art prints via the Pasefika store at zazzle.
Contact Pasefika for inquires on purchases of original Samoan art and original Polynesian art.
02/06/2011 | Pasefika
American Samoa Small Business Development Center website re-design
12/26/2010 | Pasefika
Nu'u Samoa is a Samoan Village modeled and rendered using 3d software by Jon Apisa at Pasefika Designs.
This is an ongoing cultural project to enable a view of what a traditional Samoan village would look like before the time of European contact while using a modern art media of three dimensional computer modeling.
The Samoan Village at the Pasefika.com portfolio and may be seen with this link
The Samoan Village may also be seen on youtube.com with this link
07/11/2010 | Pasefika
This painting 'Siapo' is named in honor of the Siapo artwork of Samoa and Polynesian cultures.
05/01/2010 | Pasefika
Ulu, a painting named in honor of the ulu tree (Artocarpus altilis) also known as breadfruit. Each square in the painting is 1 square inch covering the canvas of 52 inches wide x 42 inches high. This by Apisa was originally started in 2005, restarted and finished in 2010.
04/20/2010 | Pasefika
Nevada Foreclosure Aid website designed by Pasefika
01/23/2010 | Pasefika
Pasefika is honored to design the logo for the 2010 Stand Up World Tour Sunset Beach Pro which will be held on February 6th -14th
01/19/2010 | Pasefika
Pasefika is honoroed to design the logo for the Samoan Solutions Organization in California
01/02/2010 | Pasefika
Top 5 Pasefika Blog posts of 2009 by traffic
1. Sacred Center Tattoo in Tattoo Magazine
2. Survivor Samoa Season Premiere
3. Fish Poisoning and Polynesian Migration
4. 3rd Samoa Tatau Convention 2009
5. Zak Feaunati picked to play Jonah Lomu in Clint Eastwood Film
10/13/2009 | Pasefika
Fall is here and so are prices for Samoan and Polynesian clothing and apparel, Pasefika Shirts are back on sale for $10.00
07/30/2009 | Pasefika
Twittter like Facebook is yet another social networking website. The basis of Twitter is the limitedtext box which asks "what are you doing?". Joining twitter is marketed as joing the conversation. Facebook has competed with this by offering the status/wall text box asking "what's on your mind?"
Though not as robust as facebook, Twitter is trying to regain people's interests which increased search abilities within it's website. It's limited features to some may seem like its behind sites such as facebook, while other view the limitations as a focus of the social networking site. No matter your stance and membership, Pasefika has both a facebook page and a twitter page, and as always, visitors are more than welcomed to visit our main website at pasefika.com.
07/21/2009 | Pasefika
The next tiem you are on facebook check out our facebook page which is along channel to communicate and contribute with Pasefika along with the Pasefika Forum, Pasefika Wiki, commenting on our here on our Pasefika Blog or Contacting Us via the main Pasefika.com website.Pasefika on Facebook
07/01/2009 | Pasefika
Check out our 3D model based on a Radio Controlled RC Crawler.
02/07/2009 | Pasefika
Pasefika has added a RSS page for visitors a location with links to all the Pasefika RSS feeds available for subcription at http://www.pasefika.com/rss
02/01/2009 | Pasefika
Samoan and Polynesian cultures have a rich heritage in artwork and also community. Tusiata Pasefika is an interactertive web site application built apart of the commintment to learning, growth, and sharing of Pasefika. With Tusiata one can create Samoan, Polynesian, Pacific Island or their own art at http://www.pasefika.com/Culture/tusiata
10/05/2008 | Pasefika
Rebuilt and Redesigned Sacred Center Tattoo Check the site out >>>
Many animals have the ability to re-grow body parts. Often seen in the Pacific, the gecko, can easily lose its tail and just as easily grow a new one.
As seen in this article, researchers are studying to make this a reality for humans. In the example noted the Reasearcher was able to regrow a patient's finger with a power engineered from pig bladder. Such research leads it way to regenerating human organs for medical use with goals to eliminate organ transplant by allowing the individual to regrow and repair their own organs.