I don't know if anyone has heard this before. But I once heard that when Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb that it was one that did not
burn out. That the first one in his house still worked.
This is something I heard a few years ago. I think that light bulbs just lasted longer back then. And they did eventually did burn out. Anyone else
heard about this?
Just goes to prove the conspiracy here. It's all about the $$$ Just think, we could all have lifetime light bulbs....instead we have bulbs that
burn out every other months! Keeps us running to the store to buy more:bnghd:
In primary school, my class went to a power station were they have a big museum of electrics, Thomas Edison invented the light bulb but they didn't
have the gas that goes in the bulb, SO the light bulbs back then were rubbish and burnt out very quickly APPARENTLY...
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