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Researchers at Iowa State University have developed a new method of making livestock farms stink less using, in part, a crucial component of basement decor for generations of stoner teens: a black light.
The researchers then shine a black light on it, which emits long-wave ultraviolet light that look bluish-purple (and make anything white-ish, including your teeth, seem to glow).
Catch the full episode — including how to make jack-o’-lantern stuffed peppers, roasted butternut squash hummus, caramel apples and a black light cocktail — on Oct. 14 at 10:30 a.m. E.T.
Looking at pretty shapes on the iPhone X will be the next best thing to sitting in front of a lava lamp in real life (read: in a mall store that also sells black lights).
The indoor course’s 18 holes are accompanied by thumping music and colorful artwork that lights up under the black lights.
The researchers’ next step is more complete real-world testing at Iowa pig farms, including coating barn ceilings and walls with the titanium dioxide and hitting it with black light.
The details of Cynthia's glittery skull look only appear in the dark or under a black light.
Maybe health inspectors need to get in there with swabs and black lights and then hold accountable the employee who brought norovirus into the store if Chipotle ever is to escape the stigma of the 2015 food-poisoning outbreaks.
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