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Would you be into night boarding under black lights?
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that would be insanely hard to see. at times i have trouble seeing with regular floodlights.
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I have to imagine that would be a recipe for disaster. I would think that the snow would glow like mad under black lights, the terrain would be extremely hard to see and unless everyone was wearing white or another color that would glow under the blacklights, they'd be virtually invisible.
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No need for everyone to wear white. Just have them rave down the mountain with glowsticks.


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^^^^^ what he said.

but I'd try it if such a thing existed.

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No need for everyone to wear white. Just have them rave down the mountain with glowsticks.
This seriously made me bust out in laughter. Thanks! I would try it though, if there were some regular lights mixed in to help cut the snow glow a little. If for no other reason than to be able to say that I've done it.

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No need for everyone to wear white. Just have them rave down the mountain with glowsticks.
Like this? YouTube - Snowboarding at night with lights. Buttering Flatland
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That would be impossible, black lights provide no visible light. Having any white light mixed in would almost totally negate the black light. and not to mention how ridiculously powerful of a black light you would have to have to project down onto the mountain.
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