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Primary properties of light are intensity , propagation direction, frequency or wavelength spectrum , and polarisation , while its speed in a vacuum, 299,792,458 meters per second (about 300,000 kilometers per second), is one of the fundamental constants of nature. Light , which is emitted

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each of these areas is represented by a different company. Currently the controlling stake in Light is CEMIG an electric company based in Belo Horizonte . [ edit ] History Electrical power infrastructure in Rio de Janeiro was originally developed in the first half of the 20th century

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On March 2008 Lakeland Records Limited (UK) released the song "Sincerely Stupid". In 2008 P.I Light played Blitzkrieg Metalfest (Georgia), Rock the Borders fest (Armenia), Highland Metalfest (Armenia). [ edit ] Band members Mancho − vocals (2007–present) Jemmi − guitar (2007–present

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The International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) defines light pollution as: Any adverse effect of artificial light including sky glow , glare , light trespass , light clutter , decreased visibility at night, and energy waste. [ 1 ] This approach confuses the cause and its result, however

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A light gun is a pointing device for computers and a control device for arcade and video games . Modern screen-based light guns work by building a sensor into the gun itself, and the on-screen target(s) emit light rather than the gun. The first device of this type, the light pen

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