=====I have found a solution to the screen flickering=====
With chrome or opera, install the extension h264ify. This works for me to end the flickering. Not sure about Firefox. I had to register just for this post because it's so sad to see you guys flounder without a real solution.
A discussion about sleep, light, wellness, circadian clocks
@Iron-Arm no this press was way out of line. It answered a very technical question (in mice) and did not at all dispute the contribution of melanopsin, which is responsive to blue-green light. See my notes here:
That's what I'm saying. Like I said, "Maybe the higher alerting quality makes my heart beat faster, like taking caffeine or something."
So, I guess the real purpose of this thread is just to see if anyone else is experiencing this. I would say that I've already concluded that the most likely explanation is the higher alerting quality of that light. However, this doesn't happen to me when the super bright light of daylight is flooding my room on the brightest part of a clear sunny day (and no light in the world is as alerting and energizing as that). I tested this by simply turning off these Cree Daylight bulbs when the sun was shining directly on my window and it was in the highest point in the sky. As soon as I turned the lights off and opened my blinds, I began feeling cooler just like when I'd simply go back to my SWITCH lights.
So this is rather odd in my opinion. Like I said, perhaps my body is stressing out and overheating. I don't know.
You cannot draw a conclusion using one model of led light. Like I said get some CFL lamps and if same reaction then it is overabundance of blue spectrum. F.Lux removes blue spectrum to get you ready for bed.
I think you're missing the whole point of why I tried those spare Cree Daylight LED lights.