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>From: Moontanman at aol_com
>Subject: Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #877
>I don't want you to know my name or where I live. I am not a great big fan of
>the human race, and giving anyone who could a maniac killer my real name and
>address is lunacy.
What, you think knowing your realname and the fact you're on AOL along
with 40,000,000 other people could help sombody track you down?
In a word: "uh, no".
Ok, so it's two words.
>From: ruddigar at home_com
>Subject: Re: DIY light reflector ideas
>Why not try some tin foil. It's nice and shiny and reflects light well.
>Try to keep it as flat as possible because the wrinkles will reflect the
>light in any direction.
I tried this. *once*. After a couple of years it disintegrated and was
brittle a all get out, had lots of pits in it and crumbled aluminum dust.
It was on top of a glass cover; if that junk had got into the tank it
would have been bye-bye time for the inhabitants.
>Date: Sun, 28 Feb 1999 17:55:39 PST
>From: "Hallie Ray" <hray at hotmail_com>
>Subject: WalMart Fluorescent bulbs
>I found some 36" fluorescent bulbs at WalMart today, about $6 each, that
>are "kitchen and bathroom" bulbs, which are supposed to give a "more
>natural lighting." Anyone have any information on these as plant light
They're a really warm warm white. Heavy on the read. They're ok.
>And do Chroma 50s come in 36"? If so, where does one find them?
Can't remember for sure, but I *think* so. But if they do exist
they'll need to be special ordered, they're by no means common.
Richard J. Sexton richard at aquaria_net
Maitland House, Bannockburn, Ontario, Canada, K0K 1Y0 +1 (613) 473 1719