Hello Dave…. anti-theft chair recognizes owners ass

Engineers at Japan’s Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology have developed a system that can recognize individuals by measuring how they apply pressure on a seat when sitting down.

Nikkei reports that a team led by professor Shigeomi Koshimizu is working to commercialize the system as a “highly reliable” anti-theft system. The timeline? Two to three years, if an automaker signs on.

It’s the car seat of the future. Or perhaps the airplane seat of the future–no need to show your ticket or appeal to a flight attendant to boot someone out of your coveted window seat.
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Former Lunatic Asylum Now a Lure for Ghost Hunters

Normally, Rebecca Jordan will take all the free TV exposure she can get for the psychiatric hospital that she’s turned into a tourist attraction known as the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum. SyFy’s “Ghost Hunters.” Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” and “Ghost Stories.” Discovery’s “Forgotten Planet.”

She even hosted an episode of CMT’s “My Big Redneck Wedding” on the 307-acre grounds. But she drew the line when producers for A&E’s “Paranormal State” called. They didn’t want to meet the ghosts behind the 2½-foot thick walls, she says. They wanted to get rid of them.

“And I was like, ‘Well, maybe you’re not the right fit for me. We do not want to get rid of our spirits! We want them to stay in the building!’ “Unless they want to go home,” she adds with a laugh. “And then they can go home. I’m not trying to keep anybody here who doesn’t want to be here.”

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Sexual activity between teenage girls is higher then ever before, claims new research

Teenage girls in America are having more sexual contact with other females than ever before, according to new research.

Sexual activity between young girls is reported to have gone up in the last decade, while teenage pregnancy has gone down.

New analysis of the U.S. National Survey of Family Growth (NSFG) has revealed the surprising shifts in the sexual activity.

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The Arabic school textbooks which show children how to chop off hands and feet under Sharia law

Barbaric textbooks handed out in Saudi Arabian schools teach children how to cut off a thief’s hands and feet under Sharia law, it has emerged.

The shocking books, paid for and printed by the Saudi government, also tell teenagers that Jews need to be exterminated and homosexuals should be ‘put to death’.

Recent editions were obtained by the Institute for Gulf Affairs in Washington, D.C., which says they should raise fears in the West over the use of jihadist language.

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