BLUE LIGHT OF DEATH, Blue light at night is killing you and it is all by design


Blue light is a weapon, has one of the shortest wavelengths, cuts the body’s production of melatonin, which plays a key role in regulating the body clock.This disrupts other hormones, causing prostate and breast cancer and other hormonal cancers. ALL BY DESIGN

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  1. #1 by Anonymous on May 6, 2018 - 10:55 pm

    I have to give you my testimony.

    For 20 years I have had computers and ever since my parents bought my first computer at age 16, I have had trouble sleeping at night.

    At age 26, I was diagnosed with a deteriorating eye disorder where your eye cells fall off and do not regenerate. Sometimes I see flashes of blue light.

    At age 35, I was diagnosed with an endometrial type of disorder that causes the lining of the uterus to build up and can cause the cells in the lining to mutate in to cancer. I was given a 30 to 50% chance of getting cancer in my uterus. So within a month later, I had surgery to have my uterus taken out.

    I never realized that the electronics in my home were causing these health conditions. My dad has been a computer enthusiast for the last 20 years also and he has always had a hard time sleeping too. He now takes melatonin.

    Thank you for putting this out there. God bless you.

  2. #2 by Johnny Pilot on May 7, 2018 - 7:57 am

    Blue light is Satan’s work, added to the original color spectrum created by God. His mission is to use blue light to drive us crazy before we can reconcile with God.

    All of the optic science lead up to the present time when Lucifer’s plan comes to fruition. “Lucifer” means light.

  3. #3 by Anonymous on May 8, 2018 - 10:08 am

    You are dead on about the lighting. ESPECIALLY LED which is EVIL! I MUST get that filter for my computer. During the day, the high color temperature is less of an issue obviously, but I have to do most of my stuff on it after dark, and NEED 2700 K on it. IMPORTANT!!!! JUST BECAUSE AN LED CAN BE HAD IN 2700 K, DOES NOT MEAN IT DOESN’T HAVE A BLUE SPIKE, BECAUSE IT DOES! THE BLUE LED DIES THEMSELVES EMIT NEAR-UV LIGHT THAT EXCITES A PHOSPHOR, AND CAUSES IT TO FLUORESCE, MAKING THE COLOR DESIRED. WHITE LED’S USE THIS DESIGN, NOT COLORED ONES. THEY ARE REALLY SOLID STATE FLUORESCENT LAMPS, BUT EVEN THE 2700K ONES STILL HAVE A NASTY BLUE SPIKE THAT BYPASSES THE PHOSPHOR. FOR THAT REASON, DO NOT USE ANY WHITE LED’S IN LIVING ROOMS, AND SLEEPING SPACES, INCANDESCENT ONLY! EVEN BETTER, THE EDISON CARBON FILAMENT LAMPS EMITTED A VERY WARM, AROUND 2400-2500 K COLOR, AND WILL TURN ON YOUR MELATONIN LIKE CRAZY AND MAKE YOU SLEEP! THIS ALSO GOES FOR NIGHT LIGHTS-RED ONES OF ANY TYPE OF SOURCE ARE OK, AS ARE THE ORANGE NEON ONES. BLUE ONES SHOULD NEVER BE USED. GREEN IS NOT TOO BAD, BUT RED IS BEST. OBVIOUSLY, YELLOW OR ORANGE IS FINE. EVEN A TINY BLUE LED INDICATOR LIGHT ON AN APPLIANCE OR DEVICE WILL CAUSE SLEEP DISTURBANCE!!!!!!

    I used to use all warm white fluorescent lamps in my work shop, the basement, the kitchen which had a 3 lamp circline fluorescent fixture that is now in the basement, but i miss badly, and before that, incandescent. My only complaint about the incandescent unit is it blew bulbs a lat because we were using standard and soft white 75 watt bulbs with a rated life of only 750-850 hours, and that light was on more than any other in the house! (as is typical of kitchen lights!) When I installed the circline, gotten from a house we were demolishing as that was our business back then, so all kinds of cool free stuff like this, I used the most readily available circline fluorescent lamps in it, common cool white at 4150 K. It was crisp and bright, and good for preparing meals, etc, but it was harsh, especially at night, and I didn’t understand why back then, as I was between 14 and 15 then. I realized the warm white lamps at 3000 K so still very warm, were easier on my eyes when I was in a J.C. Penney lit by them, all 8 foot slimline lamps. I got a set of warm white lamps, kind of hard to find, and costing more, but the end results were quite pleasant, and I netted a 20% increase in light over the cool white lamps to boot! Warm white had a lower color rendering index, though, so the only drawback. That fixture is back to using cool white, and also one of the 2 ballasts inside smoked out after a bench test and I converted it to classic old school preheat start with starters and 3 ballasts, one for each lamp, instead of a 2 lamp rapid start for the small and middle size lamps, and a single lamp rapid start for the large lamp. Preheat ROCKS! Super reliable, and I love the starting sequence! Rapid start usually has issues starting when it is hot and humid, as a film of water get on the lamps and partially shunts the high open circuit voltage of the ballast, lowering the voltage to the lamps enough to make them balky to start. Preheat always starts, no matter the conditions. I just cannot find legit warm white circline lamps, and the ones I have, especially the larger sizes, are now vintage and in my collection, as they have value that way. Fluorescent also emits blue light, but far less of the dangerous deep blue that LED’s emit in large amounts, so warm color fluorescent are better. CFL fluorescent emit more of the bad wavelengths because they are thin, small tubes, and run over driven to emit the shorter wavelengths. I use only standard fluorescent lamps for that reason. My work shop has daylight circlines, at 6500 K, so alot of blue, but I added a 3000 K in the smallest of the 3 lamps, and the added red rays make visual tasks easier, and the light is far less stressful now, and less harsh, while being crisp for my shop, I seldom work very late in it, so no issues with it encroaching mush on my sleep time. the one war, color lamp added makes a huge difference, and if I could get the 2 larger lamps in warm I would. I can find the middle size, 32 watt 12 inch in warm, but the 16 inch 40 watt only comes in daylight and more common, cool white these days. They are even trying to phase out these circular fluorescent lamps, and it bothers me. My music room has crisp 6500 K daylight fluorescent for reading music, and lively practice sessions. But I have subtle, soft, pleasant incandescent down lights and older track lights for that warm cozy light when wanted! I think I will start using these ones more than the fluorescent ones, which were warm white before, and I now regret switching to daylight. I have the lamps, though and can switch back. I have a classic mercury vapor light behind the house that has a crisp bluish daylight style light, but it shuts off and an incandescent dimmed by a diode comes on after a couple or hours, where I most need the mercury vapor light, and then it is soft yellow light until dawn.

  4. #4 by Barry Popik on May 8, 2018 - 7:33 pm

    I live in Goshen, NY. Could someone give me an opinion about this?

    http://www.chroniclenewspaper.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20180322/NEWS01/180329976/-1/NEWS/Goshen-to-use-LED-lights-in-its-street-lamps
    Goshen to use LED lights in its street lamps
    PUBLISHED MAR 22, 2018 AT 9:55 AM (UPDATED MAR 21, 2018)
    By Geri Corey
    GOSHEN — The Goshen Village Board accepted a proposal from RealTerm Energy US to covert its street lights to LED lights.

    With Trustee Ed Char absent from the Feb. 26 meeting, the agreement was approved with a vote of 4-0.

    The Buffalo, N.Y., company offers a turnkey LED conversion project that estimates an 80 percent overall operating cost savings on streetlight expenditures in the first year.

  5. #5 by Danna Osbourn on May 9, 2018 - 8:44 pm

    This is enlightening (no pun intended)It is so scarey,What can I do?It seems the elite,they call them selves are untouchable.I pray the Lord will rapture us all soon.This agenda is horrifying

  6. #6 by Deanna Johnston Clark on May 15, 2018 - 9:59 am

    You are so right…the florescent school lights have been making girls go through puberty younger and younger.
    I watch your drives through Orange Co. and am sad to see how the infrastructure of the US is so old and rundown. It’s everywhere, but out west it looks worse in photos.
    I pray the human race rediscovers the outdoors and God’s wonderful creation. It may take another generation…that and the simplicity of poverty sure to come.
    Most docs online are vegan or veggies and don’t mention that the BEST help for recovering gut bacteria is Bone Broth…homemade soup with beef bones, or rice cooked with store bought bone broth. Excellent to keep pets healthy in this modern crapola. Pass this on. The old southern slaves lived to be 100 because they got the bones and knew how to cook with them. Alas, their gr. grans eat junk.
    Thanks for you huge effort…I don’t agree with all, but love how much you care about people.

  7. #7 by Anonymous on June 1, 2018 - 12:04 pm

    FYI, I am trying to get you and the rest of us (A Call For An Uprising, HighImpactFlix, Abel Danger’s Field McConnell, etc.) in the White House. I made 8 cents (Google Adsense) two days ago, 12 cents yesterday on my etymology website (barrypopik.com) of nearly 20,000 terms, 2 ads per page, 40,000 ads. The Google censorship is obvious. Google/YouTube is a monopoly. Google/YouTube spies on us for the government. If President Trump can talk to Kim Kardashian, if President Trump can talk to Google, he can talk to us about media censorship. One way is for you to start a petition, and get 100,000 signature in 30 days. I’m trying another way as well. The future of us as a (somewhat) free people depends on it.
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/

    • #8 by Anonymous on June 2, 2018 - 9:25 pm

      It’s not censorship if people aren’t reading your dumb website or have adblockers running.

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