View Full Version : Holy 100X100 BATMAN. Be Kind to Your Member.
05-08-2005, 11:30 PM
Not only is TY back. :cool:
But I just became the new first MEMBER. :cool:
And nobody even had a chance to post to my Intro yet. :rolleyes:
Well, it just goes to show you (I'm obviously desparate).
There's no two ways about it, I gotta cut my avatar down to 80X80.
Hey everybody, don't you think we should go back to 100X100 pixel avatars (just so I don't have to do any work) to get things feeling back to normallish again?
05-11-2005, 12:26 AM
Yep two for two. :cool:
C,mon people, you fuzzy little humans don't want me turning TY into another Mars do you...
...Do you? (You're messin with terraforming!)
05-11-2005, 03:06 AM
yeah i kinda liked the 100x100 better too but don't want to stress Echo's time with little stuff yet.....
you're funny sal :)
06-20-2005, 12:43 PM
I'd love to stress Echo out about gettin some of his little bean things, but that wouldn't be love. :rolleyes:
In the mean while, I'll just have to make due with what little things I can find to amuse myself on this watery little world.
For instance, the ten watt diode array I'm doing a trial grow under:
Ten watts per square foot of 660nm diodes should equal the radiant output of about twenty watts per sqaure foot of magnesium arsenate fluorescent light.
The problem is that it takes a higher saturation level of red than blue light in order to supress etoleation (produce internode compression).
I'm hoping that by raising the radiance to twenty watts per square foot, with the diodes, to produce compression of the internodes, while still producing a higher growth rate than using fluorescents at the same irradiance.
But its possible that the the saturation point of the strain I have is less than twenty watts per square foot (oversaturation = wasted light).
Oh well at least I should get denser branching. ;)
Ten watt 660nm diode arrays are fairly easey to come buy, but I've yet to see any Blue units of any noticable wattage. If anybody can refer me to a cheap used Blue array, I'd be interested... ...through appropriate TY channels of course.
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