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July 5, 2011

Moonbat Tech: Hair Glasses

Posted by Dave Blount at July 5, 2011 11:34 AM

Why would anyone want to make glasses out of human hair? Because it's "sustainable," of course:

Two Royal College of Art graduates have discovered a way to turn human tresses into sustainable eyewear. Not all of us are blessed with 20/20 vision, which means that petroleum-based plastic or energy-intensive wire frames are a necessary evil. Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves' aptly named "hair glasses," however, tap into a readily available and renewable resource: the millions of pounds of hair cuttings that salons across the United Kingdom throw away each year. …
But how do you turn flimsy follicles into a durable yet lightweight structure? The answer lies in a plant-based bioresin that acts as a binding agent. No harmful substances are released during production, plus the resulting frames are 100 percent biodegradable when they're no longer useful.

Encouragingly, the use of human hair as an environmentally correct manufacturing material could give our ecofascist overlords a reason to keep us alive after we get to the part where they start packing us off to camps.

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Made of human hair.

On a tip from Steve H. Hat tip: motorcitytimes.com.







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