20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลใน Shonen Jump ของนักอ่านชาวญี่ปุ่น

ทางนิตยสาร Da Vinci ได้ทำการรวบรวมสถิติการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลของนักอ่านชาวญี่ปุ่น ทุกเพศ ทุกวัย เพื่อจัดอันดับการ์ตูนขวัญใจที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลของนิตยสาร Shonen Jump จะมีเรื่องอะไรบ้าง ลองไปดูกันดีกว่า

■ 20  การ์ตูน To LOVE Ru  (Kentaro Yabuki: Author, Saki Hasemi: Original)
■ 19  การ์ตูน City Hunter (Tsukasa Hojo)
■ 18  การ์ตูน Haikyu  (Haruichi Furudate)
■ 17  การ์ตูน Katekyo Hitman REBORN!  (Amano Akira)
■ 16  การ์ตูน BLEACH  (Kubo Taito)
■ 15  การ์ตูน DEATH NOTE  (Takeshi Obata: Author, Tsugumi Ohba: Original)
■ 14  การ์ตูน Hikaru no Go  (Ken Obata)
■ 13  การ์ตูน Rurouni Kenshin  (Nobuhiro Watsuki)
■ 12  การ์ตูน Kuroko's Basketball  (Tadatoshi Fujimaki)
■ 11  การ์ตูน HUNTER × HUNTER  (Yoshihiro Togashi)

อันดับที่ 10 : การ์ตูน Saint Seiya โดย อ.คุรุมาดะ มาซามิ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาล อันดับที่ 10 : การ์ตูน Saint Seiya โดย อ.คุรุมาดะ มาซามิ

อันดับที่ 9 : การ์ตูน Naruto โดย อ.คิชิโมโตะ มาซาชิ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาล อันดับที่ 9 : การ์ตูน Naruto โดย อ.คิชิโมโตะ มาซาชิ

อันดับที่ 8 : การ์ตูน Hokuto no Ken โดย อ.บุรอนสัน และ อ.ฮาระ เทะสึโอะ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาล อันดับที่ 8 : การ์ตูน Hokuto no Ken โดย อ.บุรอนสัน และ อ.ฮาระ เทะสึโอะ

อันดับที่ 7 : การ์ตูน Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kouen Mae Hashutsujo (KochiKame) โดย อ.อากิโมโตะ โอซามุ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลอันดับที่ 7 : การ์ตูน Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Kouen Mae Hashutsujo (KochiKame) โดย อ.อากิโมโตะ โอซามุ

อันดับที่ 6 : การ์ตูน Captain Tsubasa โดย อ.ทาคาฮาชิ โยอิจิ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลอันดับที่ 6 : การ์ตูน Captain Tsubasa โดย อ.ทาคาฮาชิ โยอิจิ


อันดับที่ 5 : การ์ตูน Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken โดย อ.อารากิ ฮิโรฮิโกะ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลอันดับที่ 5 : การ์ตูน Jojo no Kimyou na Bouken โดย อ.อารากิ ฮิโรฮิโกะ


อันดับที่ 4 : การ์ตูน Slam Dunk โดย อ.อิโนะอุเอะ ทาเคฮิโกะ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาลอันดับที่ 4 : การ์ตูน Slam Dunk โดย อ.อิโนะอุเอะ ทาเคฮิโกะ


อันดับที่ 3 : การ์ตูน Gintama โดย อ.โซราชิ ฮิเดอากิ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาล อันดับที่ 3 : การ์ตูน Gintama โดย อ.โซราชิ ฮิเดอากิ


อันดับที่ 2 : การ์ตูน One Piece โดย อ.โอดะ เอย์อิชิโระ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาล อันดับที่ 2 : การ์ตูน One Piece โดย อ.โอดะ เอย์อิชิโระ


อันดับที่ 1 การ์ตูน ขวัญใจของนักอ่านชาวญี่ปุ่นตลอดกาลก็คือ : Dragonball โดย อ.โทริยาม่า อากิระ

20 อันดับการ์ตูนที่ดีที่สุดตลอดกาล อันดับที่ 1 การ์ตูน ขวัญใจของนักอ่านชาวญี่ปุ่นตลอดกาลก็คือ : Dragonball โดย อ.โทริยาม่า อากิระ


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THREE MONSTER STORY

AMERICAN BLACK PANTHER ARTWORK
Ghost in previous Alien Zoo reports and FT featurelength articles, I’ve documented several
fascinating examples of apparent cryptids depicted by famous artists. Here’s another such example, one that may not have attracted any cryptozoological publicity before. I am grateful to American correspondent David McAvoy for bringing to my attention a remarkable painting on display at the Memphis Brooks Museum of Art in Tennessee. Entitled ‘Story Told By My Mother’, it was produced in 1955 by highly acclaimed Arkansas-born artist Carroll Cloar (1913-1993), and depicts a snow scene in which a woman is stepping briskly away from a very large black panther-like cat standing at the edge of some trees. David informed me that it was inspired by tales that Cloar had heard from his mother concerning black panthers that had once roamed Arkansas.

Moreover, David himself hails from Arkansas, and he mentioned that he has heard such stories for as long as he can remember. Indeed, mysterious, unidentified big cats of black panther-like appearance (i.e. resembling melanistic leopards) have been reported all over North America for centuries. Leopards of course are not native to the New World, so if such beasts are indeed roaming the wilds here, they can only be escapee or released individuals from captivity. However, their eyewitnesses often claim that these cats are not black leopards anyway, but are instead black pumas. Yet no such cat form has ever been scientifically confirmed from North America, only two such specimens have been procured in tropical Latin America, and no captive individuals are currently known to exist anywhere. (I have documented elsewhere one possible example exhibited at London Zoo during the 19th century.)

In short, even if they do occur, black pumas are exceptionally rare as far as physical evidence for their reality is concerned. Countless normal-coloured (tawny or grey) pumas have been shot in North America, and there are numerous reports of black panther-like cats on file from this continent, so whatever this cat form is it does not appear to be especially rare; ผี so why have no specimens been found if it is indeed a melanistic version (morph) of the puma? This apparent paradox remains a major riddle for American cryptozoology – but at least we do now have an additional and most interesting, unexpected piece of evidence supporting the existence of black panther-like cats in North America, regardless of their identity. David McAvoy, pers. comm., 9 Aug 2015.

WHERE TO GO FOR WEREWOLVES
A three-day conference devoted to werewolves and the fascinating, albeit highly controversial, subject of lycanthropy took place on 3-5 September 2015 at the University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield. Entitled ‘The Company of Wolves’, its eclectic offerings included workshops, walks with real wolves, picnics alongside the Berkhamsted grave of Peter the Wild Boy from the 18th century [FT161:36], a keynote speaker, and an international array of papers featuring such memorable titles as ‘I’m Hairy on the Inside’, ‘Rabid Bitches and Fanged Whores’, and ‘Barebacking Werewolves in Rural America’. Interest in the UK’S only werewolf conference was considerable.

TEARING APART A PTEROSAUR
For decades, cryptozoologists, creationists and iconography researchers have been discussing the likely identity of the tantalisingly pterosaurlike creature, bright red in colour, depicted in ancient artwork decorating Black Dragon Canyon in Utah. True, there is indeed a resemblance to a pterodactyl with outstretched wings and even a possible crest on its head like some latter-day Pteranodon, which had led some ผี cryptozoologists to suggest that it offered proof of modern-day pterosaur survival in North America.

However, new research has effectively torn apart this visual testimony. Dating back to the agrarian Fremont culture (c. AD 1-1100) but remaining undiscovered in modern times until 1928, this ambiguous artwork has been revealed by researchers co-led by freelance archæologist Paul Bahn to be a composite pictograph, not a single one as previously
assumed. In fact, the ‘pterosaur’ is actually a combination of no less than five separate
pictographs, respectively depicting a sheep, a dog, a tall person with protruding eyes, a
smaller person, and a snake-like entity.

เรื่องผี In 1947, a certain John Simonson traced over what he believed to be the outline of the
one, single pictograph with red chalk, yielding the pseudo-pterodactyl image, but this artefact was recently exposed by Bahn and company using a portable X-ray fluorescence device and a special program/tool called DStretch. This enables researchers to photograph a
pictograph, upload it onto a computer, and then highlight its original pigments (even if invisible to the naked eye) while also distinguishing pigments that have been added later. So when DStretch removed the confusing effect caused by Simonson’s red chalk, the true, five-piece artwork was duly revealed, with the pterodactyl of Black Dragon Canyon unceremoniously jettisoned into the dustbin of historical howlers.

Heal your heart

Herbs play a powerful role in managing heart disease risk factors within your control, namely hypertension, anxiety, and high cholesterol.

Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca)
จัดอันดับ This herb’s Latin name translates as “lionhearted”, providing a strong clue as to its applications. A nervine and heart tonic, it was traditionally given to pregnant women suffering from anxiety, hence “mother’s wort”, meaning “mother’s herb”. Modern research confirms that motherwort has a blood-thinning effect, promotes circulation, and lowers levels of fat in the blood; it also slows a too-rapid heartbeat and has a mild diuretic effect, which eases high blood pressure.

Olive leaf (Olea europaea)
Although probably best known as a natural immune-booster, olive leaf extract (OLE)’s active
ingredient, oleuropein, is a strong hypotensive, helping to relax and dilate blood vessels and so lowering blood pressure. In จัดอันดับ one European study, identical twins with hypertension were given either a daily dose of OLE or a placebo; at the end of the test, the twins taking OLE demonstrated significant reductions in blood pressure and total cholesterol. Other studies show that OLE limits formation of arterial plaque, slows oxidation of LDL (‘bad’) cholesterol, and eases heart arrhythmia.

Garlic (Allium sativum)
Eating just one clove per day can mean an 80 percent reduction in the risk of developing lifethreatening blood clots. Garlic also normalises blood pressure, boosts elimination of fat deposits that otherwise ‘fur up’ arterial walls via the bile, and makes arterial walls more flexible.

Hawthorn
(Crataegus oxyacantha)
This herb counters one of the most common causes of death in industrialised countries – heart attack due to lack of blood flow. Hawthorn works in four ways: it improves the heart’s pumping action; reduces the heart’s workload; steadies an irregular heartbeat; and increases the heart’s tolerance to oxygen deficiency, which is particularly beneficial if arteries are partially blocked. Interestingly, hawthorn also ensures an even distribution of vitamin C reserves throughout cells, which helps strengthen and improve function in smaller capillaries and blood vessels.

Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba)
Widely known for enhancing and preserving memory by improving micro-circulation and
blood flow, this has important applications for heart health because improved circulation equals a reduced stroke risk. Ginkgo has a relaxing effect on the lungs, which improves blood flow to the heart and reduces the heart’s demands for oxygen. By increasing circulation to the extremities, ginkgo eases intermittent claudication (leg pain caused by poor circulation), and is the herb of choice for anyone with Raynaud’s syndrome (severe discomfort in response to cold). Caution: Do not take ginkgo without professional advice if
you are on anti-coagulant สิบอันดับ medication.


10 NEW DISCOVER ON EARTH

1. Holodecks help ready soldiers for war
Long gone are the days of training videos. Today’s technology is allowing for a much more hands-on experience. While simulators have been improving for years, none has come as close to offering such a realistic experience as the Virtual Immersive Portable Environment
(VIPE). Developed by Northrop Grumman, VIPE combines a 360-degree screen, projectors and Microsoft’s Kinect tracking system to create a lifelike environment that reacts to the user’s movements instantly – a bit like the famous holodecks in Star Trek. Because VIPE is wired up to the internet, multiple soldiers can participate in a single training exercise, no matter where they are in the world.

2. A single bedbug can start a colony
It’s always been something of a mystery why bedbugs are so difficult to get rid of, but new
research by the University of Sheffield has shed some light on their resilience. The new
genetic analysis has revealed an entire infestation can stem from a single pregnant bedbug that evades detection. Numbers of these insects in British cities have been on the rise since the Eighties, attributed to increased international travel and a growing resistance to the chemicals used to exterminate them.


3. Beads clean clothes better than water
A new take on the washing machine does away with almost all the water guzzled by a standard washer and replaces it with tiny beads. Developed at Leeds University School of Textiles, the nylon-based beads are much more efficient at removing stains than water. During a cycle a small amount of water (a tenth of that used normally) mixed with detergent is added to the drum, along with over a million beads. The humid conditions cause the nylon polymers to expand, leaving gaps, making the beads super-absorbent; this means any dirt on the clothes is sucked up. As well as saving dramatically on water, the
manufacturer says that beads can be reused for up to 500 washes and they can also be recycled.


4. Zinc is a common cold’s nemesis
One of the most widely used metals can help fight the rhinovirus – the major cause of common colds. Zinc can shorten the length of a cold by up to two days. Lab studies revealed that the secret lies, oddly, in the metal’s ability to suppress our immune system. By latching on to a certain protein, inflammation was significantly reduced, speeding up recovery. It’s not all good news, though, as some participants reported a metallic taste and nausea.


5. Solar System was once a cosmic snow globe
With each of the eight planets on its own predictable path around the Sun, our Solar System seems like an orderly place, but this wasn’t always the case. In fact, according to the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, the early Solar System was in total disarray – with celestial bodies flying all over, a bit like the flakes in a shaken-up snow globe. The evidence lies in the Asteroid Belt. What’s always perplexed astronomers the rocks’ diversity; how did asteroids from vastly different regions of space end up here? The answer seems to be restless planets migrating back and forth, with the smaller asteroids pushed around at their mercy. Some think Jupiter may once have been as close to the Sun as Mars is today.


6. Black holes may actually be grey
Black holes might not exist after all – at least not how we currently understand them, according to Professor Stephen Hawking. The acclaimed quantum physicist has caused a stir in the world of astronomy by suggesting that black holes do not have a point of no return –
the event horizon – after which nothing, including light, can escape. Instead, he posits that black holes actually possess ‘apparent horizons’ which ensnare matter and energy for a while, but eventually spit it back out – albeit in scrambled form. This also implies that there are no such thing as ‘firewalls’ – belts of radiation which some scientists believe destroy anything that hits them – beyond the event horizon. However, Hawking admits the full workings of these amazing phenomena are yet to be solved.


7. Robot theme park is on the way
A new kind of theme park dedicated to all things robotic is currently being built in South Korea. While attractions will include droid-based rides, shops, an aquarium with mechanical fish and the opportunity to build your own bot, Robot Land will be just as much about education and research as it is fun. Training facilities and an R&D department on the site will focus on developing the robots of the future. The park is currently slated to open in 2016.


8. Cuttlefish are inspiring future camouflage
By examining the microanatomy of the cuttlefish – namely the features enabling it to change its skin colour and pattern – marine biologists think it could serve as a blueprint to make smart clothing that can blend in with its environment. The creature uses multilayered organs called chromatophores containing luminescent protein to adapt to its surroundings in seconds. Beyond stealth applications, it’s thought this natural mechanism could be emulated in new forms of paint and cosmetics too.


9. Donor eyes could help the blind see again
The life-changing potential of stem cells has been demonstrated once again, with the vision of blind rats partially restored using cells from the eyes of deceased human donors.
Once collected, the Muller glia cells were manipulated by researchers at University College in London, UK, so they developed into rod cells – responsible for detecting light on our
retinas. When these rod cells were implanted in the blind rats, they incredibly regained some degree of sight. Brain scans showed that around 50 per cent of visual-neural electrical activity returned. Human trials are expected to begin in the next few years.


10. Science on the ISS is getting cooler In 2016 the ISS is set to receive a new facility called the Cold Atom Laboratory (CAL). It will primarily be used to explore the properties of super-chilled quantum gases, which are difficult to study on Earth due to the presence of gravity. In the new microgravity lab, atoms can be cooled to near-absolute zero (one picokelvin) more easily and studied for much longer, using what are known as magneto-optical traps (illustrated here). In January, NASA agreed to fund seven experiments to take place in CAL and it’s hoped the research could reveal never-before-seen states of matter
and other quantum phenomena.
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Myth and urban legend from around the world Osiris, Bringer of Civilization

Osiris, or more properly Ousir, was once worshipped throughout Egypt as the god of the dead and as a nature deity, and many references to his life and deeds are to be found in Egyptian hieroglyphic texts. A cult of Osiris spread widely and in the Roman empire became established in many provinces as a religious sect. His fate as a physical being is enough to make any fellow wince.

From the nothing that was before creation, Atum, the ‘all-formed’, made himself into a human shape. It was moulded of the essence of everything that would be male and female, divine and human. In a great cosmic act of masturbation, he shot forth the seed that became Shu and Tefnut, ancestors of the gods. To them were born Geb and Nut, god of earth and goddess of the sky, parents of Osiris, Isis and Seth. As Ra, Atum also became the sun-god.

At the birth of Osiris, a voice echoed out across infinity, but the
gladness engendered by this auspicious birth was leavened by sadness at
the future the new-born god faced. Ra himself rejoiced, however, and
recognized Osiris as his great-grandson and heir to his throne.
Growing up to be handsome, taller than most men and dark of
features, Oisiris became king of Egypt when his father Geb retired and
returned to the heavens. He married his sister Isis. Seth married their
other sister Nephthys, but she wanted a child by Osiris and remained
barren until she lay with him after making him drunk one night. Anibis
was born of this union, but this act was not what made Seth hate his
elder brother. The evil Seth was jealous only of his brother’s power.
The chief order of business for the new king was to abolish
cannibalism and then to instruct his semi-wild subjects in the skills of
agriculture and how to make tools related to this foreign enterprise.
From Osiris they learned to grow grain and grapes, and how to produce
bread, wine and beer.
Worship of the gods did not exist as such until he introduced the
practice, along with the rules for religious observance. He created two
types of flute and composed the songs to accompany religious
ceremonies, as well as sculpting the first divine images and having the
first temples built. Osiris also constructed towns and instituted just laws.
The fourth divine Pharaoh, he became known as the ‘Good One’ among
his people, so great were the benefits of his reign.
Nor did Osiris’ zeal to civilize stop with Egypt. He travelled the
world spreading knowledge and culture, conquering lands with charm,
intelligence and the earnest desire to teach and assist humanity.
Accompanied by his grand vizier, Thoth, and his aides Anibis and
Upuaut, Osiris did not need to use violence to get his way. His gentleness
and music disarmed people wherever he went.
Returning to Egypt after bringing civilization to the whole world,
Osiris found his country in good order, having been ably ruled by his
excellent wife, Isis. However, all along Seth had been plotting against
him and now, the jealous younger brother was more than ever
determined to take over. Gathering support among men as ruthless and
ambitious as himself, Seth was soon ready to carry out his act of
betrayal.
Many celebrations greeted the return of Osiris to Egypt and it was
under the guise of such a festival that Seth made his move. Seth was in
appearance unpleasant to the Egyptian eye, with his pale skin and red
hair. A violent individual and always regarded as dangerous, he is said
to have torn himself from his mother’s womb. His plan was subtle,
though, and in some points almost resembled a practical joke.

Surrounding himself with 72 accomplices for safety’s sake, Seth
invited Osiris to a lavish dinner party. During the merry-making after
the food was eaten and taken away, a beautifully made, very ornate and
valuable coffer was brought before the guests. It would be a present,
Seth declared, to anyone who could fit perfectly inside it.
Now between the contrivance of his cohorts and having had Osiris
measured in his sleep, the coffer did not seem to fit anyone else. It did
indeed fit Osiris perfectly though, as in the spirit of the fun he lay down
inside it. Suddenly all the conspirators darted forward and shut the lid
of the coffer, hammers and nails appeared from their cloaks and the lid
was nailed down in an instant by many willing hands. Together, swiftly
without pause for second thoughts, they carried the coffer to the banks
of the Nile and threw it in.
Osiris died and his body, still encased in the coffer, was carried out
to sea and drifted far until it reached Byblos in Phoenicia. It came to rest
at the base of a small tree which thereafter grew with strange rapidity,
completely surrounding the coffer. The tall, thick, very solid tree
eventually found its way into the palace of King Malcandre as a central
pillar.
Meanwhile, heartbroken at the loss of her husband, Isis had been
searching the world for his body and it had taken all her powers to
locate it. Word of the magnificent scent given off by the tamarisk tree at
the court of King Malcandre eventually reached her, and, understanding
its significance, she set off at once, in disguise. Too much openness about
her whereabouts and purpose would have alerted Seth to her mission,
and this she wanted to avoid at all costs.
Isis found work at the court looking after Queen Astrate’s newborn
son. She grew very attached to the child and decided to confer
immortality on him. She was in the process of doing this, bathing the
infant in purificatory flames, when its mother, Astrate, walked in and,
understandably, given the strange scene, screamed the house down,
unfortunately preventing the completion of the rite. Isis was forced to
reveal her true identity and tell of her suspicions about the tamarisk tree.
Awed, honoured and embarrassed by their divine nanny, the king
and queen of Byblos happily gave her the tamarisk tree and, sure
enough, she found the coffer containing her husband’s body embedded
within its truck. This she secretly took back to Egypt and hid in the
swamp of Buto.
By chance, while hunting by moonlight, Seth discovered the body
and recognized it as his brother’s. Enraged and intending to make
certain it did not turn up again, he hacked it into fourteen pieces which
he scattered far and wide. At last, the usurper felt secure on the throne.
All the gods were in an uproar over Seth’s actions, however, even
going to the extreme of turning themselves into different sorts of
animals to escape the tyranny of his rule. Nephthys was so outraged that
she had left him, feeling the same as everyone else, who had taken the
side of Osiris.
Isis had not given up hope of somehow saving her husband,
however, and searched out and found every part of Osiris with the sad
exception of his phallus. This, apparently, had been eaten by a river crab
or a crocodile. Isis was determined to reassemble her husband and, using
sorcery, bring him back to life.
With the help of her sister, Seth’s estranged wife Nephthys, her
nephew Anubis as well as Thoth, Osiris’ grand vizier, she went to work.
Her potent charms and magical spells constituted, for the first time in
history, the rites of embalmment. With all this, the women taking turns
weeping over him, Osiris was restored to life. He was even, despite his
missing member, miraculously able to give Isis a child.
After Horus was born, Isis took him to be brought up in the
swamps, safe from Seth until he was old enough to avenge his father.
Beset by accidents and misfortunes as a child, bitten by savage beasts,
stung by scorpions, and suffering pains in his abdomen, Horus only
survived to manhood with the magical help of his mother.
Osiris, meanwhile, might have remained among the living,
regained his throne and ruled Egypt once again, but he preferred not to.
Instead he became god of the underworld, that realm where the Sun
goes at night, far to the west, the place of the dead, where he judged
men’s souls by the weight of their sins. Only the good were accepted,
the wicked went to hell. Nevertheless, he found time to appear to his
son, Horus, to instruct him in the use of arms and help him to grow into
a strong and courageous warrior.
In time, Horus was ready and, leading those who held the memory
of Osiris dear, he went to war against his uncle Seth and his followers.
Long and savage was the combat, Horus fighting skilfully with his
favoured weapon, the lance. His men cut up Seth’s body in battle and
then it was their turn to take refuge in the bodies of wild animals such
as crocodiles, antelopes and hippopotami.
At last a council of the gods was convened to bring the war to an
end. Seth maintained that Horus was not the true son of Osiris but a
bastard. However, with the help of his mother’s fame for sorcery and
proofs the other gods readily accepted, Horus was recognized as
legitimate, as was his cause. He was at last fully restored to his
inheritance and ruled Upper and Lower Egypt thereafter.
Good had triumphed over evil, light over darkness and Horus
became the most honoured ancestor of the future Pharaohs. With his
father and mother, he was worshipped throughout the land of Egypt for
all its long existence as a great empire.


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