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Old 09-23-2003, 11:21 AM   #1
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i have two PH in my 20 gal tank which i tried to make a cross current from them. but i have a question, what would happen if one of the PH is stronger?
well, i know i wont get much of a "x" shape current, but i'm hoping that there would still be currents or water movements everywhere in the tank.
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It wont mater much if one is stronger than the other. Having them positioned so they are blowing toward eachother will create a good random disturbance of current that makes the water motion more natural than a constant adn steady jet stream of water.
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ah, i see now. it really relieves my worries now! thanks!!
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