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Home > Forums > ASTRONOMY > After Dark > Message #836733

Re: Light Pollution and Cancer

Posted by Thomas Dey on 12/7/2017 12:52 PM in response to Light Pollution and Cancer   (20 hits)
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Hi, Rod! That's sobering. Sleeping in the dark is also crucial to good health. The concept of a (bright) night-light is also stupid. Just enough so you don't stub your primal bare toes, and can find the toilet, is sufficient. Well, I'm going to post a few of these at neighbors who sport outdoor lights all night. Tom


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Light Pollution and Cancer Rod Kaufman 12/7/2017 12:05 PM 23
Re: Light Pollution and Cancer Thomas Dey 12/7/2017 12:52 PM 20

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