Tuesday, October 13, 2015

BRIDGEPORT CLINIC SEEKS GRANT TO STUDY GOOSE BUMPS

A GOOSE BUMP MAGNIFIED 500 TIMES REVEALED A TINY FACE, STARTLING RESEARCHER

BRIDGEPORT

A dermatologist at the Bridgeport Clinic made a startling discovery over the weekend when she magnified a goose bump 552 times and came face to face with another face.  Dr. Neata Bang, a doctor on loan to the clinic from the Bulgarian Institute of Skin Studies, was experimenting with a volunteer who had been sitting in a tub of ice water and watching a video of the movie JAWS.
A magnified goose bump shows a tiny face.  Named Boo!
"My subject was reacting exactly as I had hoped," Dr. Bang told OFF THE WALL NEWS.  "At first there were lots of shivers and then uncontrollable shaking.  Goose bumps appeared just as the giant shark in the movie grabbed the boat's captain, pulling him into the water.  Volunteer number 809 was quickly pulled out of the tub and I began photographing the goose bumps.  It was amazing to say the least. Some were the size of a dime!"
After photographing the goose bumps, a lab assistant of Dr. Bang helped the volunteer into a warming chamber, to help get the uncontrollable shaking under control.
"The photos were very clear and I decided to magnify a goose bump for a close up look," Bang said.  "What I found when I did that, caused the hair on the back of my neck to rise and brought about goose bumps of my own!  I came face to face with a tiny face on that goose bump!"

Dr.Neata Bang
Dr. Bang informed her superiors at Bridgeport Clinic of her discovery and they immediately filed for a grant to study this new phenomenon.  Bang was given the distinction of giving the tiny face a name.  She called it Boo and hopes to make contact with the little goose bump as soon the the grant is approved.  "This may be a whole new life form!" she added.

OFF THE WALL NEWS will be on hand when and if contact is made with the goose bumps.



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