Traveling at the speed of sound and light
About 20 years ago, I remember reading a book (don’t remember the title right now) about the three essential parts of a human being. Body, soul, and spirit. And it mentioned how it’s hard to comprehend the soul and spirit because you can’t see them. But then the author talked about light being undulatory and corpuscular. I love those words. They’re so full of rhythm. And they just mean light is made of waves and particles. So far, it appears sound is only waves. But sound and light both have unseen benefits.
Sound and light contain something you can’t see.
What if you could sanitize your water bottle just by closing it? Wouldn’t that be cool? Well, some of your Christmas lights might just do the trick. And I’m only halfway kidding.
Apparently there’s a company, in California, that have a “state-of-the-art water bottle capable of cleaning itself and purifying the water that’s inside it”. And they say it “utilizes environmentally-friendly UV-C technology to purify up to 99.9999% of bacteria and 99.99% of viruses when it’s set to its highest mode.”
I’m not a wackadoo “environmentalist” who believes the environment is as important as (or even more important than) human beings. But I do love it when we humans discover how sound and light can help us get and stay healthier. And that water bottle is a great example. It has tiny UV LEDs in the lid that only comes on when the bottle is closed.
You just push the lid down to activate the lights. And the company says the lights “eradicate bacteria and viruses in 60 seconds.”
UV-C light, which is in those tiny LEDs, is deadly to bacteria and viruses, including that virus you’ve been reading about so much. And there are already companies working on making the technology more powerful AND cheaper.
His goal is to make those LEDs more powerful, robust and cheaper.
What if watching TV with surround sound is actually good for you?
Keep in mind, I’m not talking about the programming. Because about 99.9% of that is bad for you. And always will be unless people stop watching it.
No, I’m talking about the light from the TV screens. And the sound (aka music) from the speakers.
TV manufacturers are figuring out ways to utilize micro-LEDs that emit the entire spectrum of light, including infrared and ultraviolet. And they’ll rave about the more dazzling colors and contrast. But what if they can figure out a safe way to use the virus killing benefits of LEDs in their screens? I can just imagine watching TV as viruses and bacteria are being invisibly destroyed.
And it shouldn’t only be TV’s.
We don’t even have a TV here in the FunderBungalow. But there’s another screen I sit in front of day after day as I work. I know you’re way ahead of me. Yeah, I bask in the glow my MacBook and iPad pretty much every day. And there’s a lot of talk (mostly weird stuff) about unhealthy radiation from computers, tablets, and smartphones.
But what if the manufacturers start figuring out cost-effective ways to use LEDs. In fact, there are “rumors” Apple is working on some products, like iPads and MacBooks, with mini-LEDs. And those LEDs are already in camera viewfinders. So, it seems like a natural fit.
See and hear – healing and faith
Try this information connection on for size. The Bible mentions how Light came into the world to save us. You might call it (and I am calling it, which is also “Him”) healing. And the Bible also says “faith comes by hearing.” So…
Traveling at the speed of sound and light,
On a collision course with what is right,
Focus on the prize. You’ll never lose sight
Of Who will take you through the darkest night.
Grab some Merch
Or how about some music for kids