Jeff refuses the bodily invasive laser to his head in thermometer form by corporate not-sees. “Pyrometers” (laser thermal meters) are dangerous. The name alone tells it all. Stand by for the study on these laser wielding firearm devices. Jeff’s video is at the end of this article.
Do not point a laser at your child’s eyes that can permanently blind or cause severe retina injury.
Bottom Line Safety from Harvard.edu
Laser Safety – Avoid Causing Accidents
Even low power lasers can cause glare, flash-blindness, and afterimage problems when used
improperly. Accidents caused by intentionally or unintentionally pointing a laser into the eyes
of others are well documented. To minimize the risk of accidental laser pointer related events,
follow these guidelines:
• Do not aim laser pointers towards your eyes or the eyes of others.
• Do not aim laser pointers at aircraft, buses or automobiles.
• Do not aim laser pointers within offices or at other buildings.
• Never aim at law enforcement officers or someone who may interpret the pointer as a laser aimed weapon