That's right, I posted what I felt to be the truth of the matter and that was apparently too much. I have been banned from the Algae Scrubber site. I guess it was only a matter of time. I did not do anything that I felt was inappropriate besides making a blatant point about the growth sequence of one user's SURF2 scrubber, to which he had just posted several reasons that might explain his poor growth, and I basically was the one that forced the point that there had to be something else going on in order for his unit to be having such poor performance. I also posted on someone's thread where they had made a DIY MIX type UAS and I stated that the MIX style not only had never been tested (I assumed that it had not, since I have seen zero pictures of one, only a rendering) and also made some (what I considered) very valid points about the proximity of light and the dangers of such proximity in an operating sump environment (such as salt creep, spray, or a lamp getting submerged on a pump/power outage. If anyone was following the threads that I posted on earlier today, and you got the e-mail notification that had the text of my posts (around 9am Central Time) would you please re-post them here? Hopefully, anyone with whom I was communicating will be able to figure out that they need to come here to get a hold of me now. For the record, on this site, I don't care if you think that I'm full of ----, I'll have a conversation with you about how you feel and let you speak your peace. Have no fear here. That being said, if you join simply to bash away, that's a different story. I'm talking about sharing views, opinions, methods, results, about Algae Scrubbers in a way that fosters advancement in this fledgling industry. If it works, it works, and we want to see it. If it doesn't work, we will expose that, admit that, discover the reasoning and rationale, and learn from it.