Sunday, January 23, 2005

Angel Light

Troy Hurtubise has done the seemingly impossible with his newest invention and defied all known rules of physics, he says.

The Angel Light—Hurtubise claims the concept came to him in a recurring dream—can reportedly see through walls, as if there was no barrier at all.

This amazing new invention seems have many practical applications, especially in searching for survivors in earth quakes and such, altought the so called Hyde affect will have to be dealt with.

Soon after, Hurtubise discovered the Angel Light had devilish side-effects.

He lost feeling in the finger of the exposed hand and began suffering an overall malaise.

“MIT told me every time I turned it on there must have been splash-back hitting me,” Hurtubise said.

A test on a tank of goldfish was even more disturbing.

“I turned the beam on it and within minutes all the goldfish died,” Hurtubise said.

“That’s when I realized there was a Hyde effect, as in Jekyll and Hyde, and I dismantled the whole thing.”

All thought perhaps the most woring thing of all is that the French seem to be showing gerate interest in this device. You have to wonder why? It could be that they are just looking to shore up support in French Canada, after all there are many in quebec who would love to be part of France.

Then again could you image if they took this device and rather than using it to search for survivors instead enhanced the Hyde effect and turned it into a weapon.

A weapon that can see throughout walls, kill, counteract stealth technology and stopped modern tecnolgy in its tracks. The French weapons industry could do with a boost like that in fact any country's weapons indusrty could.

Being weapons manufactures they are hardly likely to have any moral quarms in the process.

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