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Thread: Hackers cause World Cup loss?

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    wow i need a powerful computter like there:P



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    damn that are some sore loosers.

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    This sounds like something the Italians would say.

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    jajajaja since when did Russia had a good team anyways...
    Magnetic Field? good thing that MAGNETO wasnt there to kick the damn penalty kick..

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    Japan, warm? I freeze in winter... By Tokyo, I'd be seeing my breath! Of course it gets pretty hot in summer, but you can really feel everything with the humidity...

    I don't keep up in soccer, football, etc., too much, but I know that one of the stadiums *does* have a magentic/air pressured system thingy... I read it in WIRED next to the Predator shoes thing, but can't find a link. Closest matching link: http://www.sportsvenue-technology.com/projects/saitama/ It converts into baseball field, soccer stadium in a few hours or so... I doubt that the field would have an effect on the ball, though one may occur on the shoe itself... I'm just pointing out possibilities, if this is true... Bleh, yeah right... Go Japan!

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    Umm the media is making so many things up. They think people are stupid.. Maybe they are when it comes to internet and so called "hackers". People want to read about superhuman characters which do this kind of things(if they exist). So what the media does is to get more attraction they make news up. Not just for internet and all that but many other news.
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    it is most unlikely but there are gases that have metallic even magnetic type properties.
    if they were to fill the ball...

    na...

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    what a ridiculous idea
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