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9th Dec '17 11:53:09 PM WithFlowers
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* In ''Film/ReAnimator'', the Re-Agent (it revives the dead) is actually lime-green glowstick liquid.
10th Nov '17 8:43:18 PM flaminghomer
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* The police station in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}' has a lab with lots of beakers full of colourful liquids.

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* The police station in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}' ''Series/{{Lucifer}}'' has a lab with lots of beakers full of colourful liquids.
10th Nov '17 8:42:20 PM flaminghomer
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* The police station in ''Series/{{Lucifer}}' has a lab with lots of beakers full of colourful liquids.
27th Aug '17 5:58:38 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/{{Logan}}'', Gabriela's footage of the lab where they experimented on the X-23 subjects features test tubes with colorful contents.
25th Aug '17 8:49:04 AM jamespolk
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* ''Film/MadameCurie'': [[UsefulNotes/MarieCurie Marie]] and Pierre Curie realize that the stain on their bowl is actually the radium they were trying to isolate, when they come back to the lab at night and find it glowing in the dark.
27th Jun '17 3:31:37 PM FurryKef
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* "Electrons are blue" is a common joke explanation for a phenoenon: things with free electrons whizzing about tend to be bright blue.

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* "Electrons are blue" is a common joke explanation for a phenoenon: phenomenon: things with free electrons whizzing about tend to be bright blue.
3rd Apr '17 2:36:09 PM Nakuyabi
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* The first ''Film/CatsAndDogs'' movie features a home laboratory filled with various glass vessels of brightly colored fluids for a guy who's trying to develop medicine to cure people of their allergies to dogs.



* In ''Film/CatsAndDogs'', Professor Brody's basement laboratory is wall-to-wall with glass beakers of brightly-colored fluids.

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* In ''Film/CatsAndDogs'', Professor Brody's basement laboratory is wall-to-wall with glass beakers of brightly-colored fluids. (This is for a guy trying to produce a vaccine against ''dog allergies''.)
3rd Apr '17 2:04:25 PM Nakuyabi
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GratuitousLaboratoryFlasks are the standard container for Technicolor Science in its liquid form. See also TechnicolorToxin and ScienceCocktail.

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GratuitousLaboratoryFlasks are the standard container for Technicolor Science in its liquid form.form; expect to see plenty of examples of the LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine there as well. See also TechnicolorToxin and ScienceCocktail.



* The first ''Film/CatsAndDogs'' movie features a home laboratory filled with various glass vessels of brightly colored fluids for a guy who's trying to develop medicine to cure people of their allergies to dogs.



* If different lines on plots in serious science are distinguished by colours, these are often loud colours. More subdued ones are harder to distinguish.
* In a creationist movie by Kent Hovind, one scene shows the pseudoscientist standing in a lab holding a glass of bright purple liquid with dry ice fog coming out of it.

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* If different lines on plots in serious science are distinguished by colours, colors, these are often loud colours.colors. More subdued ones are harder to distinguish.
* In A popular project recommended in a lot of chemistry books for children involves coating pine cones or other such flammable things with various nitrates in order to make them burn odd primary and secondary colors in a campfire.
* So common is this portrayal of science (especially chemistry) in the media that ''actual'' labs [[TheCoconutEffect will often be decorated]] with some flasks and beakers containing brightly colored liquids, especially if anyone is filming a documentary or propaganda or any kind of educational video in them. One of Kent Hovind's
creationist movie by Kent Hovind, one scene shows the pseudoscientist videos, for instance, features some guy in a [[LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine white lab coat]] standing in a lab around holding a glass of bright purple liquid with some dry ice fog coming out of it.
25th Mar '17 6:05:30 AM john_e
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* Traditionally, [[http://www.rpharms.com/carboys--cosmetics-and-chemists/carboys---history--colours-and-myths.asp pharmacists would have carboys of coloured liquids]] in their shop windows, so that a largely illiterate population could tell what sort of shop it was.
19th Mar '17 10:59:41 AM TheKaizerreich
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* In the ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlertSeries'' series, radioactive areas are recognizable by the green glow.
** It is important to note that the red alert series doesn't take itself seriously in the slightest.

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* In the ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerRedAlertSeries'' series, radioactive areas are recognizable by the green glow.
** It is important to note that
glow. Though while the red alert series doesn't take itself seriously in first game was serious and grim, the slightest.other two are anything but.
** In ''VideoGame/CommandAndConquerGenerals'', anthrax comes, in increasing lethality, as green, blue and pink clouds of death. Nuclear radiation, on the other hand, is orange. It still gets reflected by the Chinese Nuke Cannon, which may say "Green... is good." in reference to the ''Red Alert'' series' green radiation.
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