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Find out what would happen if everyone pointed a laser at the moon.
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Who pays for the next round just got scientific.
Laughing gas was serious business to Georgian-era science. Just ask Humphry Davy, the 18th Century scientist who inhaled the stuff like it was oxygen.
Soaring not quite to the heavens but soaring nonetheless.
Apart from having to take the next day off work, that is.
Rocking and rolling the bones.
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