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UV/Black lights bad why?

Discussion in 'Scorpions' started by LoganVivisected, Aug 3, 2006.

  1. sick4x4

    sick4x4 Arachnoprince

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    actually very few sunglasses are made to block the uv rays....its usally ur higher end pairs that actually do...most sunglasses you get if you read the fine print say that they only block a few % or none at all....which is sad but sun glasses are ment to block light not uv rays....just most people assume that a dark pair of glasses do...sadlly they dont..u should read up on the oakley site..the diagram all of the types of light, uv rays, and yes even some other type of ray, which at the moment cant remember.....sadlly its a safer bet that the more expensive usally means the more protective...though i have a pair of versagei's that dont protect like my oakley's sooo a catch 22
     
  2. Michiel

    Michiel Arachnoking Old Timer

    Yes the sun does produce tons i mean...TONS of uv waves, but the black light produces more intense ones.

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    I'm sorry, I'll get back to you guys when I caught my breath back.......
     
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