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Rabbi Nachum Rabinowitz talks about this in Techumin vol 13. He goes into it a bit (fire/nolad/מתקן מנא), and ultimately concludes that he doesn't see any reason for this to be assur and then explicitly permits it for soldiers/emergency lighting.


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I think what you are looking for is http://books.613m.org. It's not active and I don't see any links to the source code - but it looks interesting.


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The Rivevos Ephraim 7:104:2 was asked about a stick light(glow stick) which have two main concerns. Is there an issue of fire here and is there an issue of nolad. The questioner believes that there is no fire aspect ,and is only concerned for he issur of nolad. The Rivevos Ephraim answered that it should be mutar in cases of emergency since nolad is not ...


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I asked Star-k's ask the rabbi form: QUESTION: Is there a problem with the name of G-d on E-ink screens? I have an e-ink monitor (Dasung) and am concerned about the Names of G-d being erased when reading torah stuff. ANSWER: Rabbi Heinemann holds that it is preferable to avoid it, although if Hashem's name did appear on an e-ink screen then there is what ...


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