So I made a thing.
The green on this graph shows where chlorophyll b absorbs (the type mostly used by plants). You can see it catches light in two places. Near 450nm (the blue end of the spectrum) and around 650nm (in the red).
The two lines show the wavelengths emitted by LED lights. Blue is cool white and red is warm white. Both have a spike in emission around chlorophyll's blue absorption and broad emission over the red absorption.
In other words, this is why houseplants like LED lighting!
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Don't run one. You don't need it. Follow a relay instead. It's easy.
When a new type of computery thing appears, everyone gives it the benefit of the doubt because they don't want to look back in 5-10 years and realize they were Steve Ballmer laughing at the iPhone. But I have no reputation or stakes in this crap so I'll just call it now that the "foldable" device is only ever going to be a cool, expensive niche device. It's a product of "what if" R&D without a clear orthogonal use case - it does some things slightly better than a phone, but nothing uniquely well