The super-fast camera can show a bullet-shaped pulse of light travelling from one end of a laboratory flask to another in a fraction of a second. That might make interesting fodder for Boob-Tube videos,but now they are putting that very same super-fast camera to good use.
The Bozo Particle,long suspected to be the element responsible for every absurd and ridiculous event in the universe, appeared to scientists for one brief moment at the Giant House of Fun SuperCollider at the Arkansas State Fair when a blast of air blew up a lady's skirt exposing her underpants for all to see.
Super fast cameras were running at the time and caught the event on film. That was enough for scientist to confirm it's existence and while the particle itself remains elusive, scientists now know what they're looking for.
Scientist are now busy placing banana peels in strategic places, hoping that by getting prat-falls on film, they'll also capture the Bozo particle on film once and for all.