• @The_Cleanup_Batter
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    918 months ago

    So it wasn’t just UV A or B which is found in normal sunlight, but the extremely dangerous and potentially cancer causing UVC radiation that your body does not have a natural resistance to and most sunscreen does not protect against either.

    Monumentally stupid.

    • @agent_flounder
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      728 months ago

      bored ape conference

      Monumentally stupid.

      youdontsay.png

      • @kameecoding
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        148 months ago

        hey man, you can’t just use youdontsay.png I have minted it using my lifesavings it belongs to me.

        • @[email protected]
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          28 months ago

          I’m gonna go put youdontsay.png on t-shirts that I’ll sell on Amazon and good luck finding a lawyer to sue me with your youdontsay.png money.

      • @The_Cleanup_Batter
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        108 months ago

        Yes. It’s got powerful germicidal effects mainly because it absolutely shreds and scrambles cell DNA with direct exposure. Bad for cells. Unfortunately it doesn’t discriminate between single and multicellular organisms.

    • monsieur_jean
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      68 months ago

      Probably a mix up of sorts and the responsibility lies with the contractor that installed it. I don’t believe the Bored Apes crew organized everything themselves down to the lights, it’s not their job. They just paid a company to do it for them.

      Asia is much, much more serious than the West regarding sanitation, especially since COVID. UV door frames at the entrance of public transportation is a thing. Where I live, before entering a pharmacy during COVID I had to step in a pond of sanitizer, then was sprayed with the same, then had to wash my hands.

      I’m not surprised the contractor had a stockpile of UV tubes to be used specifically for sanitation purpose. Now, did they just confused them with regular black light tubes or did they use them on purpose, or a mix of the two? I guess there’s going to be an investigation to sort that out. Wouldn’t like to be them, the Hong Kong judicial system is not known for being lenient, quite the opposite.