Any thing obscuring your headlight here is a primary stop for the man. How do I know...
I find obscure laws in the motor vehicle code book that are not enforced and point them out to my buddies in law enforcement. Suspension lowered too far? Exhaust louder than stock? Visible smoke emissions? Crap hanging off of you mirror?
Yup they will use that to pull you over and ticket you.
"Axeheads are supposed to be sharp, but you are one blunt tool."
If you love wealth more than liberty,the tranquility of servitude more than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We seek not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. May your chains sit lightly on your shoulders and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen.
A government big enough to give you everything you want is big enough to take everything you have.
Calling Illegal Aliens "Undocumented Immigrants" is like calling drug dealers "Unlicensed Pharmacists"
Nemo Me Impune Lacessit
"No one provokes (attacks) me with impunity".
"Your right, the Tea Party and the OWS are the same, just like the America Revolution and the French Revolution were the same. The only problem is the American Revolution ended with Liberty, Freedom, Justice for all and a shining light upon a hill. The French Revolution ended with lynchings, guillotines, murder and socialism. So yeah, I could see how one could confuse the two..."
he did, and this is how you determine that you do lose output.
control - stock headlamp
lamp 1 - has angry eyes using "lense tint" covering say 40% of lense
lamp 2 - has "lense tint" completely covering lense
I had decided it was time to change my headlamps and figure, "might as well do angry eyes for the last week or so just to say i did it and check it out. Well the time came and it looked pretty cool yeah. (THAT WAS LAMP 1 AND I DID NOT NOTICE THAT MUCH OF A DIFFERENCE IF ANY, LIKE HE STATED) However i wanted to see if there was a great vision depletion so right before i swapped them with the new head lamps i sprayed the whole lense with the tint and it wouldn't light up the garage when i was parked in it. (LAMP 2)
It's also common sense, i knew i was going to have those results but i did the experiment anyway.
Simple rule, if you cover a light with anything thats not clear, it will deplete the amount of light coming out. even colored lenses don't put out as much light and they would normaly.