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The successful modeling of the dynamics of H 2v bright points in the nonmagnetic chromosphere by Carlsson & Stein gave as a by-product a part-time chromosphere lacking the persistent outward temperature increase of time-average empirical models, which is needed to explain observations of UV emission lines and continua. We discuss the failure of the dynamical model to account for most of the observed chromospheric emission, arguing that their model uses only about 1% of the acoustic energydoi:10.1086/312193 fatcat:vbv3sjr2eja6nhd2jv5reewzdu