Help with question about web page access

From: Tony Duell <>
Date: Tue Aug 17 16:51:42 2004

> Well certainly then because of reduced X radiation from the CRT.
> The smaller fonts disturb less phosphor.

But if the EHT regulation of your monitor is poor, then the EHT will
actually rise on a mostly dark screen, so the energy of the X-rays will
rise too.

(for the humor-impaired, this is a joke. If your EHT regulation was that
bad, you'd have terrible convergence and purity problems. Actually,
having seen some PC monitors, though....)

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