- Jun 16, 2007
It's not a type of photography that I have any interest in doing irl, but I certainly like watching videos about it for some reason.
He managed to make me turn it off after 2 seconds, I think that's a new record.
How do I roll my eyes at someones post?He managed to make me turn it off after 2 seconds, I think that's a new record.
I hate it when people fake interest and use it as an introduction "Hey everybody, how's it going?", it's even worse at that speed and even worse when done in front of a camera with nobody being able to respond at all.
I've heard of this one, but I always thought it was a reference to EPCOT.
AFAIK you need special glass, if you want to allow a high throughput of uv light - that's talking about thin panes. Are there even optic fibres, that are relevant uv light transducers?I'll just note that as far as I've heard yet, there's no evidence supporting your assertion that plastic causes cancer. Meanwhile ultraviolet light, especially UVB and above it is ionising and therefore potentially cancerous. Filreoptics transmitting light subterraneously would include quite a lot of UV including UVB and above, so those people with light complexions would need to wear sun hats indoors, and some sort of cover in bed, and maybe gloves and socks too. You can make filters to eliminate UV and you could even make the fibre optics out of such glass, but the light emitted tends to eliminate some blue light as well, so your indoor light would tend to be more red or orange than outdoor light.