On Thu, Sep 20, 2018 at 8:46 AM Robert Moskowitz <rgm(a)htt-consult.com> wrote:
The evidence is finally in on how blue light destroys the retina.
(Nature only publishes peer reviewed material.)
The research is saying blue light enhances age related macular
degeneration, not that it causes it. The luminance we're talking about
with displays is not what they're talking about. It's plausible the
research could affect certain industries and work places where there's
an unnecessary preponderance or shift to bright cool white lighting.
But I think more research is needed.
Also, the feedback belongs on desktop@ or maybe one of the marketing
lists, not test@.
Still in all, can Fedora lead the way here?
Someone is going to have to do a whole lot of research before showing
correlation between desktop patterns and macular degeneration, let
alone any amount of causation. That will take a lot of work.