LED lights are technology.
I just read that they damage your retina irreversibly. What do you know about this /g/?
Yeah and vaccines cause autism says British researcher.
You're all up-to-date I see.
If I was sure about the study I wouldn't have come here for answers now would I? You on the other hand appear quite certain that you're right. Thus it stands for reason you must either have some kind of proof against the study or you're just shitposting.
>She also says using good sunglasses with UV filter rays ... will protect the eyes.
and you guys were laughing at dudebros wearing shades inside. they are just trying to protect their eyes from led-rays!
>burden of proof is shitposting
>Because illuminance levels of LED domestic light sources may induce retinal degeneration in experimental albino rats, the exact risks for the pigmented human retina require further investigation.
OP, unless you are an albino rat or an investigator in this study trolling the taxpayer for study grants, I'd say there is little here to be concerned about.
>j'accuse le shitpost
3/10, up your game.
this is your logic
Right now i am a reptilian alien posting from a thick cloud layer over spokane washington in an invisible aircraft.
What i have no proof?
you don't have evidence to refute what i'm claiming so it is true and you're just shitposting!
I've been staring at some form of a screen for hours every day for the last twenty years, who cares. The upside to this is that since it affects almost everyone on the planet, robotic eyes and shit will be readily available when we're all in our 50s and blind as bats from using technology all day.
staring at any light long enough will damage your eyes
>Energy saving 'green' LEDs only
>funded by an insurance company
>no control group
>one female researcher
this study is bullshit purely from the fact she has no control group
>Chronic exposure to high-intensity light (2,000–10,000 lux) has previously been found to result in light-induced retinal injury
Pic related. Researchers might as well have pocketed the grant and said "No shit, Sherlock."
>entire study revolves around the assumption that the diodes you're using have a high blue factor
What is filters? What is colour temperatures?