[rescue] SGI Challenge L systems available in Denver

Wes Will wwill at siu.edu
Mon Sep 20 12:20:27 CDT 2004

>Also, from what I have read, the eyes respond to brightness along a
>logarithmic scale.  So, at a certain point, increasing *perceived*
>brightness takes so much power and/or LEDs to increase the eyes

One minor point:  Some eyes perceive better than others.  If I ever get my
fingers around the throat of the jackass that decided that brighter was
always better when it comes to headlights, I'm going to squeeze until my
fingers meet.

I have excellent night vision.  It is physically PAINFUL to me to be faced
with these oncoming "super-bright" headlights (as well as the idiots
driving with headlights AND fog lights at the same time - PICK ONE OR THE
OTHER!!).  Driving at night has become an exercise in pain avoidance. 

wes will

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