posted on Aug, 22 2007 @ 05:54 PM
Now I think, and this is opinion, I may be wrong, that most street lights are a sodium-based light and have a cut-off for heat related issues. They
shut off to cool.
Now to contradict my own logic, I have a streetlight on the corner where I live and two years ago, the light, which lit up our bedroom shades and
drapes, started going off...then on...then off...then on...etc; until the village came out and replaced the bulb.
Drove us mad at bedtime for a good two months.
That is the limit to MY knowledge. It would be a bit strange for it to happen while I was under it randomly though Odd indeed!