Posted on: Monday, December 27th, 2010 at 5:59 pm

Special Report:

by Doug Elbinger, special correspondent

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  1. Mo Bailey says:

    This makes perfect sense. Finally, beyond jibberish or concepts as shown here we have statistics accompanied with solutions and hope.

    As someone in the private sector, I appreciate lamen-talk so I can do the right thing without questioning if my actions are truly the right thing to do.

    I hate to admit it, yet sometimes I have been unsure if I am getting the straight scoop or if what I read is serving some advertorial hook to buy their product. Good article!

  2. Joanne Higashi says:

    This is very exciting! I’d like to know more about the health aspects of these new types of light, especially induction lighting since it’s based on electromagnetic field.
    I wonder if it’s currently possible to buy LED lighting for residential use.

  3. Joanne Higashi says:

    BTW, thanks for very interesting and informative article.
    I hadn’t heard elsewhere about these new forms of lighting or hope for new industry in Michigan.

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