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The Benefits Of Viewing Gardening Programs On An LCD Television

By Kevin Mann

If you’ve never sat back and watched your favourite gardening program on an LCD TV, you’re in for a surprise. Once you’ve gotten used to viewing the bland, diluted colour of an older television set, the popping colour of an LCD screen will amaze your senses. The hues are so vivid and crystal clear they seem to jump out at you.

LCD stands for liquid crystal display. It’s an astonishing technology that is being used in the displays of large electronics such as computers, televisions and aircraft panels. It’s also light enough to be used in items as small as personal calculators and wrist watches. Yet though this technology seems so new to us, it was actually discovered back in the late 1800′s.

Liquid crystals have a complex molecular structure. In some ways they resemble water and in others they are more like oil or alcohol. For instance, when a liquid crystal is cold it becomes solid, and when heat is applied it melts, the same way water will. When it reaches a certain temperature, though, the consistency becomes cloudy, like the alcohol or oil. Heat it still further and the cloudiness goes away.

When used in an electronic display, an electric current runs across the surface of the liquid crystals in order to keep them at the cloudy stage. This creates the background for the startling clarity you witness when watching an LCD television.

The construction of LCD’s is a complicated combination of layering special glass, electrodes, substrates and so many other technical materials that it takes someone electronically minded to be able to understand it. But we are all able to understand the awesome picture and brilliant hues of an LCD screen.

Watching your favourite gardening show will become an astonishing treat. The colours will pop out at you. The grass will be greener than ever, the plants and bushes and flowers vibrantly real. Autumn hues will be sharp. Winter whites will appear crisp and unmarred.

When you’re watching your favourite gardener puttering about in his green house or displaying the various lilies or orchids in his collection, you’ll feel as though you’re right there with him. The earthy bulbs being planted will be so present you’ll almost be able to smell the rich soil they’re being buried in. Tiny shoots pressing up through the ground, tomatoes ripening on the vine and a lovely carpet of flox will delight you.

LCD is a thing of the future and it’s here to stay. Even though the construction is somewhat difficult and the discard rate is still a little high at this time, funding for further research and engineering is high. Liquid crystal displays isn’t going anywhere.

You should get your own LCD TV. Take it home and immerse yourself in the pleasure of watching your favourite gardening program. You’ll be save money at the same time – LCD’s have been proven to use less electricity than typical television sets. Another incentive!

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