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Funny story: NanoChip Brain Implant Allows Users to Instantly Speak Foreign Language

NanoChip Brain Implant Allows Users to Instantly Speak Foreign Language

The first-ever nano-chip language translators are rolling off the assembly line and into cosmetic surgeons' offices quicker than you can say "Se Habla Espanol?" No longer will it be necessary for those wishing to learn a second or even third language...
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Funny story: Gene sequencing goes viral

Gene sequencing goes viral

Seattle's prodigy inventor Bart S. Sampson announced today his process of etching microscopic robots that reassemble DNA in situ. "That book my mom made me read about some dog swallowing an invading space armada got me thinking about microscopic a...
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Funny story: Nanotech breakthrough - Welsh economy on the brink, saved

Nanotech breakthrough - Welsh economy on the brink, saved

In glorious flashbacks to street-parties of times past, the Deputy First Minister of Wales, acting as spokesperson for "Pick at Us", announced a breakthrough new pioneering highly marketable high profit low cost high job creation technology from the...
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Funny story: "With Every Cloud Comes a Uranium Lining"

"With Every Cloud Comes a Uranium Lining"

Nanotechnology Comes Up With New Levers to Control the British Economy. With the 'incredibly shrinking British economy' comes a life-line: nano-levers. Very small levers for controlling a very small economy. "We need levers that operate...
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Funny story: Artificial DNA creates smart alloys

Artificial DNA creates smart alloys

(Seattle) Advanced placement University of Washington freshman Bart Sampson's first contribution to science was his easy-to-build generator that saps energy from radio and other airwaves now powering his neighborhood's block. After initial attempt...
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Funny story: Scientists Discover New Super-Hard Fabric

Scientists Discover New Super-Hard Fabric

Scientists have manufactured a material which they claim is the hardest substance ever known or created by mankind, according to reports today. Scientists at St Anal's College Oxford created the material, which they believe has significant potenti...
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Funny story: Little Things Please Massive Mnds

Little Things Please Massive Mnds

The worlds smallest HGV has been built by Professor Mildred Nbongo at Teenytech Electronics Hull, a leading Nanotechnology Company in the field. The sub-atomic sized miniature lorry complete with articulated cab, tiny silver bumpers (front and re...
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Funny story: Scientists create new birth control method from nanotechnology

Scientists create new birth control method from nanotechnology

Researchers today reported in the Journal of American Medical Association a mechanical contraceptive that is 100% safe, 100% effective, and able to enhance the pleasure of both men and women. 17th century scientist Evangelista Torricelli was the...
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Funny story: Micro Machine Solves Gender Imbalance

Micro Machine Solves Gender Imbalance

Nano-technologists have created a washing machine so small it can be fitted into a nose piercing stud. The breakthrough has come after years of painstaking research into the problems associated with getting clothes into the door. Detergent levels...
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Funny story: West Nile Virus cyber-variant threat to Pentagon's flying nanotech spyware

West Nile Virus cyber-variant threat to Pentagon's flying nanotech spyware

Washington DC - (Contagious Mess): A mutant cyber-variant virus modelled on the organic West Nile Virus is threatening the Pentagon's cutting edge flying nanotech spyware.
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Survey reveals that terrorists are just as confused as the general public on how best to refer to the Islamic State

Terrorists can't agree on an acronym for the Islamic State, a survey revealed. An al-Qaeda official said that he randomizes among IS, ISIL, and ISIS each time he refers to his competitor.

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