Magnets can attract your cereal and this is why

I know most of the food we eat contains iron to some extent. And I also know that iron is vital to keep us going. But watching this awesome science experiment where corn flakes get attracted to a magnet creeps me out a little. This is why it happens: » 12/05/14 6:32am 12/05/14 6:32am

Suspicious News: Kellogg's to Laser Its Name Into Corn Flakes to…

There's a fair chance this is a joke. Dear god, tell me this is a joke. Apparently dismayed by legions of counterfeit corn flakes, Kellogg's has developed a laser to etch "Kellogg's" into individual flakes. » 10/14/09 5:30am 10/14/09 5:30am