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What Is The Frequency, Kenneth?

Here's one for you conspiracy theorists:

What Is The Frequency, Kenneth?


Hats Here's one for you conspiracy theorists:

Those aluminum hats that protect you from the government's steady efforts to control your mind through radio signals?

They might just amplify the signals.

Some guy at MIT did a paper on it. Used Reynolds Wrap. The team worked up designs named Centurion, Classical and Fez. The pictures are impressive.

Citizen Mom
Posted 11/14/2005 03:57:19 PM
It's official: They are the biggest dorks in America.

Never gonna do it without the Fez on, indeed. 
Posted 11/14/2005 07:13:57 PM
That simply must be a candidate for an Ig Nobel Prize.
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