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Ever had one of those days or late nights where you just couldn't find your dang car? You try and try again to remember where you parked, but you just can't! Which means the only way you're going to be able to get home is to get a taxi or try hitting the panic/lock button on your keys.

There's good news... Thanks to this scientific trick, you can actually increase your keys' range and find your missing car. According to Silicon Valley radio engineer, Tim Pozar, our oral cavity and fluids in our skulls naturally help the signal in our key fobs.

He says, "You are capacitively coupling the fob to your head. With all the fluids in your head, it ends up being a nice conductor. Not a great one, but it works." Using your head can extend the key's wireless range by a few car lengths."

Use this mindblowing fact to make sure you never lose your car again, and you won't have to be like Ashton Kutcher.

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