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Christmas lights gone wild! A neighborhood where every house is decorated with lights. How much money does it cost to run an operation like this?
17 Dec 2006
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Reflections; 100,000 lights synchronized!! Brought to you by the brilliant Marty Slack. Many thanks goes out to his neighbors for loosing sleep during the holliday season... ROFL !!
18 Dec 2006
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Boogie Woogie Santa Claus; 100,000 lights synchronized!!! Brought to you by the brilliant Marty Slack. Many thanks goes out to his neighbors for loosing sleep during the holliday season... ROFL !! This by far is his best example or what he can do.
20 Dec 2006
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Flight of the X-mas Tree; 100,000 lights synchronized!! Brought to you by the brilliant Marty Slack. Many thanks goes out to his neighbors for loosing sleep during the holliday season... ROFL !!
20 Dec 2006
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Jingle Bone; 100,000 lights synchronized!!! Brought to you by the brilliant Marty Slack. Many thanks goes out to his neighbors for loosing sleep during the holliday season... ROFL !!
20 Dec 2006
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Cool Light And Sounds Display
20 Dec 2006
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Some Christmas lights from Brent's front yard on Mantalk TM.
1 Jan 2007
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with the conduct of the smoke you can light a candle without touching it
1 Apr 2007
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More amazing christmas lights
28 Dec 2006
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Bangkok highway lights set to a dub beat.
8 Jan 2007
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December 2006 (Medialink) - The New England Journal of Medicine published a study on December 20 on a new brain imaging technique that researchers found to be highly accurate in detecting Alzheimer's disease and differentiating it from natural brain aging - a key clinical step in the early assessment of the disease. Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) who conducted the study will now work with Siemens Medical Solutions to open clinical trials of the imaging agent as a first step towards making this technology available to patients. The imaging agent is the first such marker designed to identify Alzheimer's disease pathology specifically, and differentiate it from normal aging. Currently, the only way to confirm Alzheimer's disease is through autopsy. However, this new imaging marker is designed to be injected into the bloodstream, and seek out Alzheimer's-specific protein deposits in the brain, causing them to light up under an imaging technology called positron emission tomography (PET). -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produced for Siemens Medical Solutions
3 Jan 2007
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November 2006 (Medialink) -- As holiday decorations go up, so do your energy bills. According to the Alliance to Save Energy, your energy costs can go up as much as $120 each month during the holiday season. But, there are ways to light up for less this season. Experts say one bright idea is to switch to LED holiday lights. LED stands for light emitting diodes. They're lights that, when clustered together, appear brighter than incandescent bulbs - plus they don't get as warm when lit so it reduces the possibility of a fire hazard. Most importantly, they use 75 percent less energy than traditional lights. If half of all traditional bulbs in the U.S. were replaced with LED lights, it could yield a savings of $17 billion a year in energy bills. It's a money saving move that even major retailers are making. You can also look for LED lawn stakes. They're weather resistant and can brighten your home by using just 10 watts of energy per set. Also, keep your lights on a timer to reduce energy bills. These are just some of the tips to light up the holidays without dimming the cheer. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produced for Philips
8 Jan 2007
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Animated Self Lighting Cigarette
4 Jan 2007
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Magic with a "light" cigarette.
14 Jan 2007
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I just found that cathode light produces some kind of interference to digital clock, any idea what that is?
10 Jan 2007
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Mr. Deity and Larry have trouble with the light on their new world.
16 Jan 2007
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