Saudi Arabia lit up in neon lights

By Brennavan Sritharan

When scientists first discovered neon in 1898, they knew there was something extra-ordinary within its distinctive red glow. They named their newborn gas neon after the Greek word for newand quickly put it on the market. After being rejected by homeowners who took offence to its devilish glow, neon eventually found a place for its eye-catching self in commercial America; within the tubes of advertising slogans, strip clubs and dive bars that continue to pepper the landscape to this day.

While neon continues to play out its twitching career across a jaded USA, in Saudi Arabia, the inert gas is …read more

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