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Offering to answer highly technical Q. Ask away

Posted by gardurnit (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 2, 09 at 4:03

I'm a spectroscopist. That's a person who analyzes materials by the color of light they absorb or release when burned.

Because the field is all about knowing how light works
I've been able to answer questions about light in the
architectural environment also. Maybeit's because I
really enjoy architecture and invest in it.

So if you have questions which have not been answered
before please try to ask them now and give me a try at
getting the right answer. When possible I'll reference
my answer with web pages so you can read and understand more.

So give it your best thought. Be it about

Lighting and leds or CF or any lamps
Car Lighting
lightind and medicine
lighting and laboratories
lighting and your appearace
lighting and health
lighting and its history
lighting and science in general
lighting and animal life
lighting and where to use it
types of lights
efficiency of lights
how fireflies work
how genes cause plants to light up like bugs when they're sick.
How to build a science project using light

yep. I spent some time with light.

enjoy the offer. Tell your friends. Invite pretty girls
and bring smart people to the thread.

I'm in Central California.

Andre


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RE: Offering to answer highly technical Q. Ask away

Andre, how do we know "Fershau" that you have "All the answers"

Gary


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RE: Offering to answer highly technical Q. Ask away

How do I know someone is the "light of my life"? :P (Granted, my wife is purdy special to me!)


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