Re: Resistance filament based lighting (incandescent lighting) BAN

THIS IS ABSOLUTELY ABSURD. NOW WE HAVE A WAR ON EDISON’S FILAMENT-STYLE, NEAR-VACUUM BULBS AND HAVE REPLACED THEM WITH A COMPLETELY INEFFICIENT, DEPENDING UPON THE APPLICATION, AND VULNERABLE, DEPENDING UPON THE ENVIRONMENT OF ANTICIPATED OR INTENDED APPLICATION OR USE, AND WE ARE USING MORE CHEMICALS PER UNIT AND THE COST PER UNIT SKYROCKETS. LED’S ARE EXCELLENT AND I AM A HUGE… HUGE … FAN OF LED LIGHTING TECHNOLOGIES. BUT … I PREFER TO EMPLOY TECHNOLOGY AT MY _OWN DISCRETION_ — NOT AT THOSE OF BUREAUCRATS WHO LIVE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT LIVES, AND DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE FUNDAMENTALS THAT SUCH A SWEEPING AND UNBELIEVABLY … FREEDOM-STEALING LAW – HAS PASSED AT ALL; SO: NOW WE SHALL SEE THE EMERGENCE OF A BLACK MARKET FOR INCANDESCENT BULBS. BETTER YET, SPEAKING OF UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES????? PERHAPS SOME MAY GO BACK TO USING PARAFFIN FOR THEIR LIGHTING PURPOSES, AND USING ACTUAL CANARIES IN (COAL MINES, FACTORIES, WHATEVER)

Copyright (C) 2014 Brendon Tristal

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