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  1. So, what if the interviewer is a woman?
  2.   Hum, you'reI probably right. Cute diagram, BTW :)
  3.   Sounds odd to me. I don't think the additive properties of light have anything to do with this. It probably has a full spectrrum (white) light source which then would be filtered through the three layers. An aqua layer to filter unwanted red, a yellow layer to filter unwanted blue, and a violet layer to filter unwanted green. A glass layer cannot magically add a red tone to light, AFAIK.
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