That is the second time you have asked for proof or evidence, where is yours showing them to not be a safety hazard to pilots/aircraft? The sword cuts both ways.Got live video evidence of this "blinding light"? I'm all for completely banning their sale if true (Thus making owning them illegal). But I'm not buying verbal recounts from unknowns. Proof is required by those making these claims. Not those refusing to accept conjecture at best.
Is it really that hard to not point a laser at aircraft? They shouldn't have to ban laser pointers if people can simply act responsibly. I am not sure what you are arguing for.
From the site I qouted earlier:
Laser pointers may be banned
In 2012, laser-aircraft incidents happened more than nine times each night in the U.S. You can understand that pilots and the FAA are upset about this. If laser pointers were banned in the U.S., this would be fine with them. Some U.S. cities, such as Ocean City MD, Ocean City NJ, and Myrtle Beach SC have severely restricted or banned laser pointer sales and possession. New Jerseys legislature passed a bill to ban laser pointer sales above 1 mW; the bill was vetoed by the Governor. New Zealand in 2013 restricted laser pointer sales above 1 mW. Countries such as Canada and the U.K. also are considering bans on laser pointer sales.
So if you like using laser pointers, dont add to the long lists of aviation and non-aviation laser incidents.