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Old 12-25-2005, 12:36 PM   #11
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as in the lighting is too intense? have you seen SW reef setups? LOL
ok.. all kidding aside the idea is to get moon lighting that is of a light freqency thats near well the light from the moon.. lol..
Im concerned that you think its too intence as does your mother.. thats not the desired effect but its been done before and I have not read of any problems with it as of yet (cold cathode "bright" moonlighting) so as far as I know its safe as far as we know as of yet.. HTH
btw.. you could search for issues about this elsewere becase cold cathode moonlighting is relitivly new to this fourm to the best of my knolege (I brought it up to mrcrazypants05 in chat after reading about it elsewere is why he has it now.. :P )

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