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The goal for you in purchasing artificial lights:

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Jack Kruse, Dec 13, 2015.

  1. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Are you sunlight limited where you are at?
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  2. Jan Christer

    Jan Christer New Member

    Yes, I live in a dark basement apartment, and at 45N latitude sun is very limited in the winter.
  3. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Hit me with a PM if you'd like to explore retail and custom (if you're handy) solutions. Nothing will be a good sun session and I think you know that.

    We can chat it up and you should feel free to pass it all by doc.
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  4. Jan Christer

    Jan Christer New Member

    Thanks much, will do! :)
  5. Awainer1

    Awainer1 New Member

    Been using these guys- littlite.com at night I got two of them and a couple bases on the way to hold them up. They are easy to find on amazon and ebay and put out plenty of light. Also been using them in the morning when I wake up before the sun. They run on 12v DC and they even have a red filter that can go over the bulb for night time use.
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  6. shiran

    shiran Curious

    would be happy to receive help here because I am in the process of building a home and the lighting is very important to me
    num 2. "Strict avoidance of Fluorescents and LED's"
    It is important to note that it is very difficult to obtain local lamps from local suppliers in Israel that meet the requirements listed here, I have to make reservations From non-local providers and therefore I would be happy for any piece of information that will make it easier for me

    found here a LED lamp with color temperature of 2900K is this ok?
    I want to understand why 12v is important?
    I'm looking for lamps that can be sunk in a plaster ceiling
    I have a halogen option but I'd love to know about an option for a lamp that is not halogen
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  7. Jan Christer

    Jan Christer New Member

    If you use the same sockets and can get these, this is one of the healthiest options I have found for AC:


    However, if flicker is an issue, then the advantage with DC or 12V is that it eliminates flicker.
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  8. drezy

    drezy New Member

    Another difference being that the electromagnetic fields induced in the wires in your walls will be smaller and non-alternating(unless you kids love turning the lights on and off really fast).
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  9. shiran

    shiran Curious

    I understand thanks for that
  10. Jan Christer

    Jan Christer New Member

    Yes, they run on 12v which is good, but I couldn't find a spectrum for them so it's hard to know how balanced their output is.
  11. Awainer1

    Awainer1 New Member

    I dont know but I use the red filter which seems to get rid of a lot of blue. They are also halogen incandescent for whats that worth
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  12. Christina Gagnon

    Christina Gagnon New Member

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  13. John Nicholas

    John Nicholas New Member

    I'm remodeling my home. I've decided to put gas lanterns all over the inside the home so I can minimize any artificial lighting. I do have halogen lights I'm keeping in place. My architect was surprised I didn't want them removed for LED lights. Also, I instructed my electrician to give me a kill switch for everything in the house except for the HVAC units (supposed to sleep in colder temps and can't do that in Phoenix, Arizona with no HVAC) and the fridge on so my food doesn't spoil (it's not a wifi/bluetooth fridge either).

    I'm taking this shit seriously.
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  14. Ten

    Ten Silver

    I have literally spent 2 1/2 hours searching for a full-spectrum incandescent light bulb that is under 3000 kelvin and not dimmable. I have found not one. Can someone direct me to a brand and website where I can order such a bulb? I looked up 12-volt DC Reflector light bulb and they are under 3000 kelvin, but they are not full-spectrum and they are LED, which I understood we are to stay away from. HELP!
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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    You wont find one either. You can find LED 2700K lights. = 9 AM
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  16. Ten

    Ten Silver

    Is the most important aspect the kelvin or that they be full-spectrum? I can find full-spectrum incandescent that are 3000 kelvin. would you recommend that?
  17. John Nicholas

    John Nicholas New Member

    I had an expert nnEMF come to my place today. Pretty fascinating. Resonates with pretty much everything Dr. Kruse has been saying.

    Going to take his advice and make the modifications he suggests.

    He suggested as an alternative to incandescent lights Utilitech LED lights.

    Since there's a big power pole next to the building, he also suggested the type of insulation used on Better Call Saul. That's the best way I can describe it since I can't remember the name of it right now. I will get it.

    Since there's also doors and windows near the pole as well, he recommended SLT.co for signal protection.

    Lastly, since there's a tenant below with WIFI, he recommended a special paint on the ceiling below my place. I will get the name to share with the group.

    The one thing he disagreed with is using a Magnetico mattress.

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  18. Dan2

    Dan2 Pedantic schlub

    These are 2200K and close to full spectrum, but dimmable. And what's the problem with a dimmable incandescent that isn't being dimmed?

    The bulbs with the closest spectra to sunlight I've found are ceramic metal halide grow lights. The problem with them is you need a ballast that would make a somewhat strong magnetic field and that usually costs around $200-300.

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  19. Ten

    Ten Silver

  20. Ten

    Ten Silver

    John, I am still unclear if LEDs with a low kelvin, below 3000 are ok with Jack......

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