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Luke Tipple lives Dr. Evil dream, attaches laser to shark

Dr. Evil’s super villain dream to weaponized a shark with — you got it — lasers has finally come true. Luke Tipple, a marine biologist who has made appearances on the Discovery Channel during shark week, is the man responsible for this nerdy stunt. The lasers were supplied by Wicked Lasers, a Hong Kong-based company [...]
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