Light Bulbs for Change – How the Electric Light Bulb Changed the World
- June 30, 2016
- Fulmin Group
- How To's
Life styles have been completely changed by the electric light bulb. It has had an important effect on how we interact socially and culturally.
Since the birth of Edison’s incandescent light bulb and others like it of that day, electric lighting has undergone much change. We’ve completely departed from the bulbs of the 1800s, except for in those adorable, hipster coffee shops where they like to hang industrial Edison lighting. A torch or anything that could hold a bright flame use to be our only way to light a room or to walk about in the dark of night.
The light bulb we know comes in different shapes, sizes, and watts. It turns our homes into a winter wonderland during the Holidays; that or a misguided adventure of Christmas lights between laughing children and their disillusioned parents.
Even though this wee bulb has gotten up in years, being a major player for over 100 years, it continues to effect how people live today. From our late night reading, to early get-ready-for-work marathons, we look to the light bulb to provide us with
the sufficient light energy to help in accomplishing necessary tasks. Thanks to the light bulb, when the sun goes down, our lights stay on.
Let it be known that we were at first tempted to go with the “how many people does it take to screw in a light bulb” jokes for this posting. But the truth is it only takes one; your electrician. So out with the jokes and in with some ‘light’ reading.
For consultation on your commercial or industrial lighting needs, use the device in your hand that discoveries like the light bulb made possible and call Fulmin Electric Co!