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But with light spectroscopy, the unit of measure is wave lengths, right? Which means that gender fluid must emit waves of light around a person like an aura. An aura that presumably consists of shades of pink and blue and rainbow stripes in varying degrees of intensity and different combinations. Though always with the pink and blue parts most dominant.

Some of us measure gender fluid the old-fashioned way, by using a traditional dip stick. It's not as sophisticated as your method, but it's a a reliable method for finding out if the fluid level is sufficient or it's time for a refill.

https://www.istockphoto.com/photo/engine-oil-dipstick-gm104214226-4048218

https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/engine-oil-dipstick-indicates-warning-sign-629271050

https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/checking-read-oil-dipstick-vehicle-icon-2079198784

https://mechanicbase.com/engine-oil/dipstick-engine-oil-color-chart/