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Using mind control to make flies sing

Posted on Saturday, 19 April, 2008 | Comment icon 7 comments

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"An oxford scientist has used mind control to make female flies belt out male love songs, revealing they have a hidden capacity for masculine behaviour."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by REBEL on 19 April, 2008, 10:55
Thats awesome! Before to long they start mind-controlling em to play instruments...
Comment icon #2 Posted by ~Cheese~ on 19 April, 2008, 14:49
Lol I like the concept! Let's get them to start a rock band
Comment icon #3 Posted by Harriet Reed on 19 April, 2008, 15:00
Amazing. The things modern technology have produced. Hey people!!! There are still those little things called cancer and AIDS flying around, but it's ok, we can make flies sing! Truly ridiculous.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Shankpin on 19 April, 2008, 15:17
I have officially heard of everything.
Comment icon #5 Posted by sewinglife/chimera on 19 April, 2008, 16:31
awe thats kinda cute
Comment icon #6 Posted by Pavot on 19 April, 2008, 16:56
Cool Maybe they can be trained to sing out... oops I mean buzz--out the Advisement industry jingles… I can see now, the new adds…everybody Buzz along here in perfect harmony now…and keep in Key this time please… …Pavot
Comment icon #7 Posted by Mademoiselle on 20 April, 2008, 5:46
Why flies ?

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