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Old 11-18-2011, 01:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Clearneon Invisible Black light Paint, blacklight posters, glow in the dark, blacklight fixtures and bulbs, special effects, lighting, uv

it'd certainly be cool to try.
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Old 11-18-2011, 10:01 PM   #12 (permalink)
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But could they add a fluorescing agent to the man-made snow mixture? Enough that is would/could fluoresce under black light?
Mmm, no. Just think about it for a second. If the agent were water soluble, then you would literally need tons of it just to cover a single slope due to the vast amount of snow.

If the agent was not water soluble then it would get tossed all over the place and covered up after just a few runs...making it uneven and partially hidden by tracked snow.
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Mmm, no. Just think about it for a second. If the agent were water soluble, then you would literally need tons of it just to cover a single slope due to the vast amount of snow.

If the agent was not water soluble then it would get tossed all over the place and covered up after just a few runs...making it uneven and partially hidden by tracked snow.
what about a carpeted slope?
there's no snow to push around.

maybe a cool summer activity?
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