Correct. His name is gp20.
LOL. If I remember correclty your article said that extreme levels of blue light damages ANIMAL eye cells (way different than human eye cells: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3144654/). Even if it were true, it has nothing to do with the amount of light coming from a monitor:
"The idea that looking at screens causes permanent damage is a big claim, one that should be backed up by evidence in the form of scientific studies. But studies showing that screens cause this kind of harm do not exist.
It's not that light, or blue light specifically, is harmless, it certainly can be. But for now, there is no research showing that these devices expose us to enough light to cause any damage. Doctors do have explanations for why our eyes feel tired and stressed after looking at screens, but those explanations don't necessarily include light at all."
And from that same article ""People are very worried that we're looking at our screens more than we ever did," says Dr. Rahul Khurana, clinical spokesman for the American Academy of Ophthalmologists. "Everyone is very concerned that it may be causing damage to the eye, and it's a valid concern, but there's no evidence it may be causing any irreversible damage.""
Exactly. Also my monitor comes with that option. If you look at the source code of the Galaxy 8 phones you will also see that the 'blue light filter' is nothing more than just less blue colour to the screen. It's the same with piplay ('cool colours' set to off, that's the real pimax way of diminishing bluelight, I've also confirmed in the firmware code that it's just a display panel setting and NOT related to the shutterglass). And gp20 clearly doesn't understand the Pimax low persistence implementation in the Pimax 4k. Maybe if he'd remove the shutterglass he'd see himself how blurring increases, but he's too scared to burn his eye cells. He'd rather have 10x more bluelight fired at him if he's behind the 'safety' of the shutterglass, although experts agree that that might not be a good protection at all, also see that article I just posted. I honestly think just lower brightness is a way better way of protecting your eyes (like I've accomplished with my modded FW, which I posted above). If I'm afraid of skin cancer I'd rather avoid the sun than go into the sun with a high sunscreen factor on my skin. It's always better to just avoid it instead of relying on some filter. Also remember that it's not bluelight alone that's possibly bad, it's the WHOLE spectrum. It's just that bluelight is the worst of the spectrum, but it really just depends on the brightness. Red at high brightness may be way worse than blue at low brightness.