at Fri Nov 11 21:29:53 2011 [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by masonmonitors ]
There is a difference between making things up, and offering up an idea on the table that is worth discussing or proving wrong. He did not TELL you that 24/7 lights would affect the enzymes in the monitor. He brought up the affect that this scenario has another living organism, put it in to a scientific possibility, and offered up a damn idea. Nothing wrong with that. FR, why don't you tell me the exact chemistry and functionality of how enzymes work in a monitors systems? If you can give me that answer, THEN you have proved your point. Not through ASSUMING that certain chemical reaction are or are not happening in a creature, just because it is alive. You said that 24/7 "lites" have been shown to be very beneficial. How exactly have they been "very beneficial"? Once again, give me an exact answer, and I'll leave it at that, and even THANK you for throwing that knowledge of yours towards me, and the entire herpetological community. It's not "babying" folks Frank. To say so is simply to put yourself above everyone else that has a question to ask, simply because they do not know, BECAUSE they don't have any monitors. Thankfully they are asking the questions before going out and getting the monitors, instead of winging it, and then definitely killing the monitor. Instead of sitting on the forum and preying on people, contribute to the cause for which we all are on here for in the first place.
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