cactus protect of PC-radiation

David Starrett starrett at cstl.semo.edu
Tue Apr 18 14:37:56 EST 2000


At 11:10 PM 4/18/00, sergeytrade wrote:
>Please, could somebody to help me to find the information about the cactus
>(other plant) which protects from the PC-screen radiation. I have heard that
>some plants are very usefull to place on a desk when working the whole day
>with computer.
>
>sergey

I suppose that if you lined a bunch of them up nice and tight in front of
your screen that they might absorb a lot of the radiation.  It might be
hard to see the screen, but at least you'd be safe from the killer monitor!


Dave Starrett


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