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Teenage repellent

October 5th, 2006     by Zoe Cormier     Comments

Thought Id draw your attention to a couple of interesting science tidbits from the Globe and Mail today.

Did you know that theres actually a high-pitched frequency of sound that teenagers can hear but adults cannot? Crazy. A British inventor created a device called the Mosquito that emits the sound in order to shoo away pesky youth. Now hes won an Ig Nobel, an award given to eccentric and useless discoveries.

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