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NPR already has a taste for meat though

“You’re not going to like this,” warned NPR’s Robert Krulwich, about to deliver a story about visionary robotics developers James Auger and Jimmy Loizeau, who created a carnivorous clock, supposedly able to power itself for 12 days merely on the carcasses of 12 dead houseflies (which the clock traps with fly paper and then mechanically razors in two).
The pair also showed a prototype of a coffee table that catches mice by luring them up the table legs with cheese into a hole in the center, where they are guillotined.
Auger and Loizeau said their creations are just ...

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