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Tag: weird

The "grizzly man" goes high tech with battle suit

Looking like something straight out of a science fiction movie, Troy Hurtubise, the Hamilton-area inventor of the bulky bear-protection suit that got a lot of attention a few years ago, is back with a high-tech (yet remarkably cheap, at $15,000 for the prototype) battle suit he’d like to see the military and police adopt. The …

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Darn, and we just moved…

Dracula’s castle is up for sale.

From now on, view your pockets with suspicion:

U.S. Warns About Canadian Spy Coins, says the headline, and the gist is: In a U.S. government warning high on the creepiness scale, the Defense Department cautioned its American contractors over what it described as a new espionage threat: Canadian coins with tiny radio frequency transmitters hidden inside. The government said the mysterious coins were …

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Electrifying development:

Ball lighting may have been explained at last–and created artificially in the laboratory! Key segment: A more down-to-earth theory, proposed by John Abrahamson and James Dinniss at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, is that ball lightning forms when lightning strikes soil, turning any silica in the soil into pure silicon vapour. As …

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Did you know there’s a Saskatchewan Provincial Paranormal Research Centre?

I didn’t…until now.

Sword-swallowing safety tips:

Concentrate. For instance, if there is a misbehaving macaw on your shoulder, ignore it. Avoid unusual swords, such as curved sabers. Don’t try to swallow multiple swords at a time. Safety tips you can use, courtesy of the British Medical Journal.

You’ve heard of uplifting music?

Scientists have successfully levitated small animals using sound waves.

"Aliens could attack at any time"

That’s what the former head of Britain’s Ministry of Defence’s UFO project says.

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