Only 3% of People Can Solve This Riddle

Are you one of the few who can figure out the solution?

When you stumble upon a
truly challenging riddle, it can keep your mind reeling for hours, days,
or weeks at a time. After all, they're specifically designed to stretch
your creativity and make you think outside of the box. If you thrive on
that kind of challenge, you're going to love this one which apparently
only 3% of people can solve, according to Bite Size Psych

Here's
the synopsis: Imagine you are a doctor and have a patient that is about
to die from a tumor. There's a ray gun that can destroy the tumor, but
the high intensity rays would also damage any healthy tissue it passes
through. However, if your lower the intensity you can't destroy the
tumor.  The big question is, how do you destroy the tumor without
damaging any tissue? 

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Watch this video to find out:

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