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I'd try to correct this with cinematic gels - sheets of tinted plastic used to correct cinematic lighting. You don't need to buy a variety - you can stack up multiple layers. It may just be too darn bright. After 40 years of seeing tiny red LED indicators, one thinks LEDs struggle to make a paltry amount of light. Not at all. They can be extremely ...


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Granular activated carbon can remove radon from water. As to that specific filter, you would need to check with the manufacturer or consult the packaging/instructions. http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/water/drinking-water/water-testing/pollutants/reducing-radon-in-drinking-water



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