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Friday, 19 July 2013

Invisible Touch

Ok, so I can see the merit in this to some extent, however, given that bee stings kill 20 times more people per year than sharks then it makes me wonder why they aren't busy devoting their efforts into making some sort of amazing bee repellent and leaving the poor bloody sharks alone!

Link: HERE

Scientists from the University of Western Australia and designers from Shark Attack Mitigation Systems, collaborated to create two new wetsuits that are designed to act as something of an inadvisability cloak to sharks.

Currently, the designs have been tested around tiger sharks, but have not yet been tested worn on humans. However the initial results were reportedly so promising that the suits were already put up for sale.