posted on Oct, 8 2016 @ 09:56 PM
a reply to: genma
I know what you mean.
You are not talking about yellow light bulbs but normal light bulbs which used to have a kind of a flame colour . Now they don't have any hint of a
For me, it correlates with car lightbulbs. Nowadays you see more and more cars with very white bright headlights (So white that it is almost blue -
and very blinding too)
You are right , it is very much what the younger generation want. Recently , I bought a second-hand car as I like older cars. I was surprised that
even that car had 'white' lights. I commented about it and the young salesman said it was better with white lights.
Many years ago , in some European countries like France and Belgium, all cars had yellow lights (real yellow colour). It was such a pleasure to drive
over there. You felt so relaxed to drive and no car ever looked threatening. Now they are rare to find . In the UK, car headlights were never yellow
colour but they were like old light bulbs ; a kind of flame colour. Now this is becomming rare too. What you see now is the blinding white light;
especially the german cars (BMW, AUDI and Mercedes).
Perhaps the soft touch is gone and the bully style is the prevailing one.
As for the Sun, it used to be a friend. Now , it is treated as an enemy. At the beginning of summer you can now see all sorts of government-sponsored
advertisements telling us about the dangers of going in the Sun.