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I think that the movie "The Andromeda Strain" (1971) had some coverage of
'one, or more' scientists having a problem with red blinking notifications of
warnings of virus escaping.
I believe that someone may not have been aware of the 'human factors'
relating to blinking/pulsating/flickering lights.
So short human energy, and not looking at the full 'spectrum' of challenges
having to do with lighting.
Just some thoughts on my part
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