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From: Patent Tactics, George Brock-Nannestad

 Fred Kaeppel wrote:

> Re UV through glass:
> Isn't it true that you can't get a suntan in ......... a car
> with the windows rolled up, now matter how long you're in there?  

----- No, it is not true. Some of my safest tans I have obtained on 
my left arm inside the car window. The transmissivity of glass may 
be only 15% for tanning UV, but that only means that you have to 
wait about 7 times longer for your tan (provided your skin is a linear 

For indoors you must recognize that sunlight from east or west 
facing windows will penetrate quite far into the room, especially in 
winter (at least on the upper floors), and that it may even slip into 
shelving. This means that you may inadvertently obtain 2 hours of 
daily exposure to direct (albeit filtered) sunlight in places where you 
would never suspect, if you usually only experience your room 
between 9 am and 3 pm or in the evening.

I would never let Whistler's mother look out of the window.

Kind regards,

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