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Games. Girl cries crystal tears. Here's an oldie but a goodie (Thanks, Nettie!).

Girl cries crystal tears

This video from 1996 shows Hasnah Mohamed, a 12-year-old Lebanese girl who "baffled medical experts by producing crystals from her eyes. " Girl Has Crystals Coming Out Of Eyes Fake? Of course. Hasnah's crystal tears were debunked by Joe Nickell in a 1997 Skeptical Inquirer article: Hasnah, who claims to produce up to seven crystals a day, showed a collection of the allegedly apported rocks. Which adhesive is the best for applying Swarovski Crystals to canvas. Which adhesive is the best for applying Swarovski Crystals to canvas This tutorial was created by Crystal and Glass Beads Canvas adhesive test to see which glue provides the strongest bond with Swarovski flatback crystals.

Which adhesive is the best for applying Swarovski Crystals to canvas

We have tested a number of adhesives but the three comparisons we are most interested in are e6000, gemtac and hotfix crystals. The test will also look at various adhesive application methods and if one method provides a stronger bond than the other. Preparation 1. 2. Test 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Helpful Facts and Tips About Craft Glues and Adhesives.

It's not a secret that there are literally hundreds of glues on the market today.

Helpful Facts and Tips About Craft Glues and Adhesives

When you visit your local craft store, there are numerous brands and types for you to choose from. But which one is right for your craft project? As an avid crafter, jewelry designer and art quilt designer, I have utilized numerous glues over the past couple of decades. I found out through trial and error which ones work best for certain projects, and which ones to avoid altogether. I hope my experience in this area will benefit you in your crafting and gluing endeavors.

'Pretender' Lambert Simnel was in fact Richard III’s heir who 'had a stronger claim to the throne than Henry VII' Claiming to be Richard III’s heir and the rightful king of England, this boy – supposedly Edward Earl of Warwick, the son of Richard III’s brother, George, Duke of Clarence – was crowned king of England in Dublin Cathedral, despite the Tudor government insisting that his real name was Lambert Simnel and that he was an imposter.

'Pretender' Lambert Simnel was in fact Richard III’s heir who 'had a stronger claim to the throne than Henry VII'

Now, in his new book, author and historian John Ashdown-Hill questions the generally accepted Tudor view that this boy was a mere pretender to the throne. The King's Skeleton: Richard III Revealed. It took more than 500 years to find the remains of King Richard III, and for those who discovered him, the months spent proving his identity felt just as long.

The King's Skeleton: Richard III Revealed

This is the inside story of the 2012 unearthing of Britain's much-maligned monarch. Follow the remarkable story from the history-making excavation of a city parking lot, to the battery of tests that followed. From skeletal analysis, to CT scans, to DNA profiling, join scientists as they unlock the skeleton's secrets and confirm the true identity.

Secrets: Richard III Revealed. Secrets: SEASON 1: EPISODE 4 Most kings of England get a grand tomb when they die, but not Richard III.

Secrets: Richard III Revealed

His body vanished after being killed in battle, leaving just his terrible reputation behind. But 500 years later, he may have finally been found. Follow this remarkable story, from the historic excavation of a city parking lot, to the battery of tests that followed. 3-D Printed Copy of Richard III's Skeleton Haunts Reburial Site. In a Physics First, Light is Captured as Both Particle and Wave Physicists have theorized for over a century that light acts as both a particle and a wave, depending on the conditions, but they've never been able to capture it being both at once — until a team in Switzerland did just that in a recent experiment.

3-D Printed Copy of Richard III's Skeleton Haunts Reburial Site

Scientists at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne managed to take a snapshot of light in all its elusive wave-particle duality, a form first proposed by Einstein in 1905. It was no easy task: You need light in order to take pictures of things, but how do you take a picture of light itself? The EPFL team, led by Fabrizio Carbone, started by exposing a tiny metallic nanowire to a pulse of laser light. The light travels up and down this wire and interferes with itself, forming stationary "standing waves" and illustrating that portion of light's dual nature. King Richard III Wasn't A Hunchback After All, Scientists Say.

Tara Ross - On this day in 1835, a would-be assassin tries... 9 strange unsolved historical mysteries. 1) The Mary Celeste What became of the crew and passengers of this British-American brigantine remains one of the greatest unsolved mysteries of the sea.

9 strange unsolved historical mysteries

The name has since become synonymous worldwide with derelict ‘ghost ships’. The Mary Celeste was found drifting 400 miles east of the Azores by the crew of another cargo-carrying vessel, the Dei Gratia, on 5 December 1872. The leader of the boarding party told a British board of inquiry at Gibraltar he found the ship was “a thoroughly wet mess”, with possessions left behind and the lifeboat missing.

No trace of Captain Benjamin Spooner Briggs, his wife and their young daughter or the seven experienced crew members has ever been found.