I’m fascinated by the topic of lights, especially electric ones.
My father was a lighting designer before becoming a lighting salesman, so the concept runs through my blood.
I considered becoming an electrical engineer before I moved into physics instead. The topic is so broad that you can go to a number of peculiar places. My first physics educator was an aerospace consultant for the government before retiring and becoming a educator at my school. I’m still not exactly sure what I’m going to do with my physics degree, but I have some time before I finish graduate school to get all of that figured out. This month I get to reawaken my interest in lights because I am studying a lesson on UVC bulbs for cooling systems. Apparently the UVC bulb continues to emit light past the point of its effectiveness. After a year of being on 24 hours a afternoon, the UVC bulb no longer sanitizes the inside of your cooling system or the air moving through it. This means that you must remember when your lights were installed and get them updated in time. I had no proposal until my Heating and A/C worker told me. I’m blissful to finally learn how I’m supposed to deal with the cooling system and the lights that go inside. While I’m no longer focusing on lighting in my free time, it’s still nice to learn something up-to-date about an seasoned interest of mine. I decided to get extra UVC bulbs so I don’t have to purchase them next year when my Heating and A/C worker returns to do a full system inspection and maintenance procedure. That way I will get up-to-date UVC bulbs when my coolant is topped off for my Heating and A/C system.