Aside from any soul-searching reason for a radiating beauty, one thing is for certain: When you enter a party clad in clothes that actually emit light via lasers, you'll not only glow — you'll sizzle.

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"Sound panning" is a technique that allows sounds to fade in and out of one another. This effect is commonly used in horror films, but it is also used in a variety of music recordings.

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Putting Electronics into the Eye? Humans are visually oriented, and the science behind bionic eyes is not as far-fetched as you may think.

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Have you ever wanted to hold your nose in the change room? Does the aroma of your hockey bag drive your Mom to distraction? Have you ever wondered what on earth makes your sports equipment smell that bad?

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The future of video? Blu-ray is the name of a next generation optical disc format. It is able to record, rewrite, and playback high definition video in addition to storing more data than DVDs. Amazingly, it is the same dimensions as the typical DVD disc.

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Learn more about the forces and motion behind the winter sport of luge.

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Silver is actually a pretty cool element; not only is it beautiful, but it's ions are toxic to many bacteria, viruses, algae, and fungi. So, when placed directly against the skin in an open wound, it dramatically cuts down on odour and aids in healing.

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The first skateboards were nothing more than boxes or planks of wood on roller skate wheels. It wasn't until the 70's, though, that the current polyurethane (plastic) wheels were manufactured. This changed the sport entirely.

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There are a lot of injuries that can happen during long distance running and a pair of good shoes is one of the best ways to prevent them.

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Though from pitch to hit is less than half a second, this is possibly the most important half-second in baseball. It's also where lots of physics come to play in the game.

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