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    Miracle Beam lighting

    Has anyone experimented with the underwater lighting systems by Miracle Beam.
    Look very interesting but not natural
    http://www.worldpetstore.com/hilledsys.html

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    I had a couple of lazers and a highlite module that i used as my moonlighting way back when I first set up my last tank, but some salt got into the main unit and well, II can't use it any more, but my clownfish took to one of the lazer units.
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    That about says it all eh
    I picked a set up! Just deciding if I will use them

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    Nanosteve,

    I had these light in one of my freshwater tanks! I really loved them! In the night time when the lights would go out I would turn them on and all the fish would start swimming through the beam. They loved them! I also had a light house that had a red light in it that went around and around.....The cat use to chase it around the room so I had to take it out but it was funny to watch the fish swimm around in circle trying to keep up with the light! They are not very expensive and I would recomend that you try them out!! Bit of fun if nothing else!
    :fish3:Piatchie:fish3:

    Why is it called "cargo" when it goes by ship, and "shipment" when it goes by car?

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    I bought mine at Walmart and paid $29.99 for the unit and like $10 for extra lights!
    :fish3:Piatchie:fish3:

    Why is it called "cargo" when it goes by ship, and "shipment" when it goes by car?

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    hhhhhmmmm you could also buy some tassles and stick them on the fish!!!
    We need more Indians!

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    Hmmmm, what are those and can you get them on Ebay, thanks!

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    How about a disco ball between the halides?
    "The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them."
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    Oh come on you guys. Some people set up strict natural reef environments and others set up fun tanks. I have both now and enjoy them equally.
    Susan

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    I agree with Flame .. Everyones tank is for his / her own enjoyment. It's a personal as the way the rock work gets setup.
    Rob

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