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Old 22-09-2005, 05:59 PM   #61
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.....in terms of stimulation this is wat I perceives as the contrasting effect, the more the light tends towards the other side of the color spectrum the better is the effects in bringing the melanophores out...hence the deepening of colors
Hi bro, does this theory apply to gold, lower K (below 5000) boost goldy towards blue?
 
Old 22-09-2005, 06:00 PM   #62
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err .... must tanning be direct on each part to have effect ??? i've always felt that when u r in the water, the reflections will tan u overall ... well, wat happens is that I swim quite a bit .... and its not my back that's dark only .... my body is also dark ... this is quite different from how we tan when we're out of the water ... when u lie face down, u get ur back burnt and when u lie face up, ur body gets burnt .... the overall tanning when u r in the water is pretty different ... this is of cos due to the reflections in the water and that UV rays penetrate water easily
maybe so...I like the way u put it...

but on a serious note, the UV in water will be refracted in many angles and the best angle we explored is actually cutting in at 45 degrees but the thing about it is possibility of DE...cos the red will tend to flick around trying to avoid the light...

whereas on the 90 degree perpendicular penetration, light hits on one area in the shortest span and gets bounce off fast too...
 
Old 22-09-2005, 06:00 PM   #63
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??? so low only ah...
where do u think?

10k ? 20k?

sunlight tubes if I am not wrong ard 6500k
 
Old 22-09-2005, 06:01 PM   #64
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Hi bro, does this theory apply to gold, lower K (below 5000) boost goldy towards blue?
I dunno leh...my only rtg in the comm becomes chao tar under the red spectrum
 
Old 22-09-2005, 06:03 PM   #65
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where do u think?

10k ? 20k?

sunlight tubes if I am not wrong ard 6500k


What i tot was ard 10000k
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Old 22-09-2005, 06:04 PM   #66
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What i tot was ard 10000k
i would say the kelvins for the morning sunrise should hovers around the 4000k mark...the type of color temp diff
 
Old 22-09-2005, 06:06 PM   #67
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What i tot was ard 10000k
10,000k should be the colour of an undercast sky....
 
Old 22-09-2005, 06:15 PM   #68
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yes in a way...even if u use a safety light is sufficient...but please do not totally off the lights and go back to sleep...u will wake up and to ur horror see something not so nice liao
bro..when u eng to come see??? try fresh aloe liao also dun see improvement leh
 
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where do u think?

10k ? 20k?

sunlight tubes if I am not wrong ard 6500k
I went to C328 just now and saw some 12000K Blue Sky tube from Sera. Bro Kagemaru, should I change my Submerged Ocean Sun 10000K from Zoomed.
 
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not too offence any bro here,wel with my limited knowlege,a normal or most of the glass will filter about 30 to 45% of uv rays,and most plastic mat will cut close to 80%.hopes that im not wrong,and this do help,reason been....in order to cut more uv,chemecal nd to b treated and is not cheap.
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