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Offlinecarcrash
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Limelight night light as light source?
    #1081316 - 11/24/02 10:20 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

Limelight night light as light source?

They put out green light, pretty dim. Zero heat and very little power. Enough though that you can see something 2 feet away. Being able to mount the light source under the lid and not worry about heat or melting anything is why I am asking.

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Re: Limelight night light as light source? [Re: carcrash]
    #1081492 - 11/24/02 12:57 PM (14 years, 18 days ago)

Dude!! Do you know how many times I had to reread that title to understand it. It's fucking with my glaucoma :wink: 


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Re: Limelight night light as light source? [Re: carcrash]
    #1081519 - 11/24/02 01:11 PM (14 years, 18 days ago)

cool topic. think you'll be ok, but what do you think is better, my advice or trial and error? I vote for trial and error.


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Re: Limelight night light as light source? [Re: carcrash]
    #1083491 - 11/25/02 03:15 AM (14 years, 17 days ago)

In TMC Stamets mentions an experiment in light/mushroom development and it indicates that red,infra-red and green light with wavelengths greater than 510nm are not effective in triggering mushroom formation.


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Re: Limelight night light as light source? [Re: MycoInventor]
    #1083512 - 11/25/02 03:29 AM (14 years, 17 days ago)

"Two tears in a bucket, fuck it!" I say try it!


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Re: Limelight night light as light source? [Re: carcrash]
    #1084871 - 11/25/02 05:55 PM (14 years, 16 days ago)

Heh they don't even sell limelights anymore. Walmart does carry a nice 1.5 watt flourescent for $3.50. Sorry to waste your time on this.


Edited by carcrash (11/25/02 05:57 PM)


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