Thursday, November 18, 2010

North Korea invents cold fire

I wonder what the "new softening technology" is used on. Brains?
The Research Institute of Cinema Science of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea has recently developed a new softening technology.

After making researches for lowering the surface temperature of fire and acquiring a new color reagent, it succeeded in developing materials for cold fire, free from danger of burn.
If only they had the cold fire during the incident of the slogan-bearing trees!
In a test of the materials, an actor was neither burnt nor injured in raging flames with black smoke.
Step into those flames, Comrade, in the spirit of Mt. Paektu . . .
The new technology makes it possible to shoot vivid fire scenes at low cost with actors and actresses provided with safe conditions.

The institute has also developed harmless fog-making materials.
Amazing! Real fog is so deadly . . .

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