Being a total music junky, sometimes I just like to stay up and listen to music endlessly. I mean, who doesn't? But I came across the problem of being tired all the time. So, I started experimenting with various methods of staying up, but then I had a huge brainwave. Blue light!
Blue light will keep you up through the whole night with minimal symptoms of tiredness.

Step 1: Hypothesis

If blue light can relieve the symptoms of tiredness, then we can use it to stay up for ages and ages!

Why it works:

Blue light, being the most energetic of all colours of light, stimulates the retinas and speeds up brain function with prolonged exposure and therefore prevents tiredness!
I'm thread jacking! LOL... check out what I did with blue light and and lemme know what you think. <br> <br> just google Killarowa or goto http://www.yourcobalt.com/forums/install-guides-diy/14822-killarowas-diy-el-wire-interior.html <br> <br>And then email Killarowa007@Gmail.com <br>
I totally believe, I have a blue light coming from somewhere outside my window everynight and it always takes me at least an HOUR to fall asleep, but when I sleep outside of the house I fall asleep in like 5 MINUTES.
I haven't used any EL wire for this. I have none. If I had some, it would work. You could use it, and I should have worded my instructions better. That photo is not photoshopped- why would I need to anyway? And yes. This really works- my friend and I did it without even trying. We didn't feel at all tired but as soon as we left the blue, we sat down on the couch to watch tv and fell asleep within what felt like 5 minutes
no offense but i think this is a lie. 1. There is no proof that you actually did anything at all. 2. if blue stimulates your mind to make you stay awake why are almost all beside clocks made with a bright blue display? 3. The 1st Picture looks completely photoshopped.
Almost all digital clocks (from my time) have red light, since LEDs were first mass produced in the red frequency ;)<br> And there is quite a lot of evidence surrounding it, just Google it yourself and see.<br> http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/2006/02.09/01-blue.html<br> http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn13491-blue-leds-to-reset-tired-truckers-body-clocks.html<br> <br> I think I'll have to go out and buy myself some blue CCFLs for when I'm on shift work.
<br> You need more photos of your stuff. (And I'm not convinced you've actually used EL wire)<br> <br> L<br>

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