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'Angel Light' Invention

'Angel Light' Invention

2nd half-hour guest, inventor Troy Hurtubise(1) shared details about the 'Angel Light'(2), a device he built that allegedly sees through walls. The 14 ft. long machine, which he said he constructed using "black market" parts, runs on various properties of light and electromagnetism and uses plasma chambers and inert gases, he detailed.
In addition to making solid walls appear transparent, Angel Light can render anything electronic inoperable, including a plane flying at a high altitude, Hurtubise said. The device also has a negative "Hyde effect," he added, which causes those who come in contact with machine when it's running to become ill.

1. http://projecttroy.com.nexx.com/website/index.html
2. http://www.baytoday.ca/content/news/details.asp?c=6657

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