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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Things to do when you've got nothing else to do!

You could make a model car, plain, train, or like some nutty professors in China you could make your own remote control pigeon????

Yeah you heard me correctly some cheeky chaps in China used micro electrodes implanted in a pigeon's brain to make it fly left, right, up or down. That kind of makes me wonder what other animals would be cool to remote control, MMMmmmm I'll have to think about that one.

Why a pigeon though, Maybe those crafty Chinese remembered how they were used during the wars of old, to send messages etc, maybe they're looking at attaching tactical warheads under the wings and using them as weapons of war. If you want to read more check it out the article I found Chinese Scientists Control Pigeon via Remote Control. AMAZING!


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