Aggie Lala. lamps. March 31st , 2017.
Put the glasses in front of a candle or candles. Relax as the blueberries become 'airborne' and make their way to the top, bump into one another, relieve themselves of the bubbles they have collected, and sink slowly back down. As they wend their way back down, they are a lava lamp and they stir the grape color at the top into the electric violet color at the bottom, making a new color you will never see anywhere else.
Fiber optics open up a whole new world of possibilities. They do not require any special wiring and pose no electrical shock hazards from moisture because they do not carry electrical current.
Studies have shown that small quantities of negative ions can quickly kill bacteria in the air. Negative ions are found in huge quantities in vicinities of natural settings like the forest and waterfall, and the quantities of these ions drop drastically in the presence of electrical equipment, like TV sets, computers and microwave ovens. Electrical equipment produce positive ions, which are known as "fatigue" ions, because they have harmful effects on the body. So the salt lamp is kind of like a natural ionizer that can be used to freshen up the air in the room. Imagine your room smelling like the rainforest or fresh after a thunderstorm! Some common areas where people put their salt lamps would be next to a computer, or other electrical equipment to "neutralize" the positive ions. Putting one at your bed side table could do wonders to improve your sleep quality.
Theoretically, if a model train needs a headlamp... we assume it is going to run in darkness at some point. A realistic layout doesn't have to operate only at high noon. Model railroads can take on a whole new mood in a night setting. In fact, how would a layout appear in the twilight of a sunset when streetlamps, billboards and home lights are just starting to flicker on... and when stars are just beginning to appear? With the use of small, efficient LED lighting through fiber-optics, tiny lights (and even clusters of lights) can appear where they couldn't before. Different colored overhead lighting can simulate the many different hues of the day. You cen even make a convincing moon out of a soft blue spotlight. And all of these controls can (but don't necessarily have to) rely on the functions of a DCC controller.
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