Unusual Chinese Rock is Growing Hair

Posted on March 28, 2007

On March 16, 2007, an unusual rock went on display in Beijing. This rock has “hair,” almost identical to human hair, growing out of its “head.”

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The rock is iron gray in color, naturally smooth and rounded, and is similar to a cobblestone. There is also a very thin layer of scalp tissue connecting the “hair” to the rock. The hair is grey in color and similar to the color of the rock itself. The hair grows quite naturally from the top with the longest strands being about 15 centimeters (6 inches) long. The hair is slightly coarser than human hair.

The rock was found on a beach, and according to Fashion Rock Café’s executive Miss Yong, this kind of rock is named a “hair-growing rock”. As long as conditions are right, the hair on this rare rock will continue to grow. Only two other hair-growing rocks have been reported in the world; and both are in a Taiwan Museum.

This “hair-growing rock” is in a glass display case at the Fashion Rock Café, located in the Digital Building in Beijing’s Zhongguan Village. The rock measures approximately 30 centimeters (11.8 inches) long, 20 centimeters (7.8 inches) wide, and about 15 centimeters (6 inches) high.

(Epoch Times)

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Sun Tzu has spent about 7 years in Asia traveling through Japan, Hong Kong, China, and Korea. A true fan of everything that is weird and strange, he decides in the end what is displayed and published on this site. Sun has previous experience writing for numerous print mags such as XLR8R, URB, and Movement Magazine.
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7 comments
Julian Nally
Julian Nally

Nice article. Last Month I found this site and wanted to let you know that I have been gratified, going through your site’s posts. I shall be signing up to your RSS feed and shall wait for your next post. Have a good day, Glen

gawd
gawd

Someone get God's troubleshooting desk number. We need to report this bug in his item model rendering engine

Ching
Ching

they should study it, and apply it the person with no hairs.

Citteh
Citteh

That is so sweet! >v

morgellons = verichip
morgellons = verichip

wow if geneticists can do THAT, then hell, why couldn't they develop a method of extrapolating DNA into expression within a human being to alter their follicle growth hormones thus producing hair as well?? hell.. why not go the full nine yards and develop an agent which randomly and dynamically generates actual insect and fungal lifeforms WITHIN the follicle! then we'd have people in an insane frenzy of fear! what better way to cure them through Radio Frequency waves emitted through an implanted device! thats the answer!!! THATS how we get the entirety of humanity to be ALL implanted with Verichips!!1 sweet now that we have the technology, um.. let's implement it!! woo hoo! False Flag a Go-Go!! say it's from terrorists or China! either way we win!!! morgellons for the win! verichip all the way!! man, humanity is so disgusting. (whomever is reading this 5-10 years down the road... don't say i didn't warn you. i'm suffering from morgellons .. and this is 2007, before ANYONE gives any time of day to this disease. we're all called crazy for complaining about it by our doctors, and it's infesting the U.S. and Italy.) humanity's leaders suck a$$.

JILL MEHOFF
JILL MEHOFF

there is no such thing as morgellons, enjoy your hypocondrai

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