I'd rest my face in my palm, but that's just the thing we've been told not to do... https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-52094804#share-tools An Australian astrophysicist who hoped to create a device to help stop people catching the coronavirus has ended up in hospital - after getting magnets stuck up his nose. Dr Daniel Reardon came up with a plan to create a necklace which would react if your hands were near your face. Unfortunately, the device did not work quite as planned. "My invention had the opposite effect – it buzzed continuously until a magnet was put close." 'I knew I was in trouble'