It's amazing what you can find on the internet. Sometimes I need to closely monitor myself so not to fall down a rabbit hole only to awaken as from a dream two hours later, my mind full of way too much useless information.
Here's one I found on Monday that fits with this week's holiday theme of publishing short amusements in place of any substance.
If University of Nottingham physicist Roger Bowley is not pulling our collective leg (I don't believe he is), car doors can be unlocked with our minds. Certain ones, anyway. Here he is with a show and tell:
If my car were not too old to have this kind of lock, I would have made a video to show you of myself doing it.
I have no idea whether this phenomenon is just amusing or if it has potential real-life uses. You can read about it here but actually, all you need to know is in the video.
At The Elder Storytelling Place today, Arlene Corwin: The Snake