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The Xenex LightStrike uses pulsed xenon, an environmentally-friendly noble gas, to create full-spectrum high-intensity ultraviolet (UV) light that can destroy infectious bacteria and viruses within five minutes.
From that one a Colts fan would learn something about noble gases, and Sir William Ramsay himself would learn something about the NFL.
There is no way to confirm this claim unless atmospheric sampling detects certain noble gases (for example, xenon) that are associated with the detonation of a thermonuclear device.
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