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Henry Yakushev
Henry Yakushev

Nature In A Lightbulb


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Nature in a Lightbulb


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Even though sunlight is free, we pay for electric lightbulbs. We enjoy access to light 24 hours a day, even lighting the outside at night. The miracle of electric lighting means more leisure and work time.


Humans evolved with only the sun and open fires for light. Harnessing light was a key achievement in developing civilization. Our modern world is light-filled, and most of our activities take place bathed in artificial light. Simple steps can protect our vision and health from potential hazards associated with certain types of lightbulbs.


Scientists are proving that bringing these splashes of green nature inside our homes lightens our moods and lowers our stress. But as the seasons change and the days grow shorter, sometimes our leafy buddies also need a little boost. Enter grow lights.


So the fact that an incandescent light bulb glows is directly dependent on the particle nature of light, and the wave nature of matter. That by itself is enough to add some wonder to the operation of an old-school light bulb.


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Her first tattoo, which she got done in December 2019, was a picture of flowers in a lightbulb vase that she drew herself. At first, being just in black and white, Butler went back in and added color later, making the lightbulb red and the flowers purple because she thought it would look nice.


Butler got this tattoo because she wanted a vase of flowers, however she wanted to make her tattoo different from other ones she drew inspiration from on Pinterest. She decided that putting the flowers in a lightbulb vase is exactly what she wanted.


Butler mentioned that she draws a lot of her inspiration from nature. She said that nature reminds her to slow down and take a breath and she likes to incorporate flowers and butterflies into her tattoo designs. 041b061a72


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