posted on Oct, 15 2008 @ 11:10 PM
So you buy a pack of, say, 2 light bulbs for a lamp that takes two bulbs...
Time passes into, say, months, and you notice one of the bulbs blew out when you turned the lamp on... But! The other buld is still working fine...
Infact it's into, say, the next week and that other bulb is still working fine...
So the question is:
If you put two of the same light bulbs from the same packaging in (implying same name brand and surely the same made batch), how is it they dont both
blow out the same exact time?
Let me hear your theory.
This blowing out at different time stuff, after you know you put em in the same time from the get go, sure gives the whole having to be running back
and forth, changing light bulds instead of getting it handled all together one time. It's so now out of order that you sure can bet the next times
it'll be out of order into forever as long as you have lighting sockets that work off the same turn on switch.