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As we draw the line under another unforgettable Rugby 6 Nations tournament, it was England that took home the trophy and the spoils.
As Katie Price takes to the dance floor as a woman dressed as a man dressed as a woman on Let’s Dance, we know it’s that time of year again when red nosing permeates across the country as we do something funny for money in the spirit of Comic Relief 2011.
It seems the whole world has a little bit of Irish in their heart as we prepare for one of the most anticipated and celebrated saints day of the year in a sea of green, white and gold.
As the 83rd Annual Academy Awards delivered its verdict in security tight little golden envelopes on who was deemed worthy of this year’s golden statues for their onscreen contribution, the fashionistas opened their rather more public debate on who wowed on this year’s red carpet.
While Halle Berry gets ourvote for outstanding dressage performance by a leading lady, it was the men who led the way in the eyewear stakes.
The name LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Albert Einstein first theorised about the possibility of stimulated emission in a 1917 paper, The Quantum Theory of Radiation.
The application of laser technology is now a way of life from scanning goods in your local supermarket to the production of electronic devices such as CDs. It has also led to advancements in health care from removing unwanted tattoos to the correction of vision defects.