Speed of Radio Waves
Radio waves travel so much faster than sound waves that a broadcast voice can be heard sooner 18,000 km away than in the back of the room in which it originated.
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Argon is used to fill the space in most light bulbs. Neon is used in fluorescent signs. Fluorescent lights are filled with mercury gas.
The smallest transistor is 50-nanometres wide - roughly 1/2000 the width of a human hair.
An atomic clock is accurate to within 1 second in 1,7 million years.