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Mounted at the splash point of natural waterfalls, these
powerful LED light arrays would not only light up the
where the water was falling but the fall as well.
Turbine powered generators receive power from the
flow to light the LEDs making this a no maintenance
can be added to waterfalls anywhere.
Man made fountains and waterfalls often have wired
lights but to see
these popping up around natural waterfalls would be
pretty cool. Hawaii or similar tourist destinations with
lots of waterfalls could benefit from this.
[doctorremulac3, Mar 04 2018]
Not enough flow with this one probably.
Still illustrates the idea. [doctorremulac3, Mar 04 2018]
This one's nice.
Talking about the waterfall. [doctorremulac3, Mar 04 2018]
||//to see these popping up around natural waterfalls would
be pretty cool.// Noooooooooo! Next, the lights will be
sponsored and will be MacDonald's Red or Bud Light Blue.
||I can only [-] for the suggestion.
||Except that they wouldn't.
||I think you're seeing capitalists under the bed.
||Well, I'm more opposed to the idea of electrifying nature in
general, whether by capitalism or otherwise. And hey, if a
guy who runs a biotech startup isn't a capitalist, please tell
me who is.
||Max, I call everybody a commie, it's my MO. Don't take
||And I respect you even if you don't like my waterfall light
||This would be a good addition to urinals
||[+] pretty, and I don't see the harm.
||//I respect you even if you don't like my waterfall light
idea.// Aww, shocks, [duc].