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The 110 (plus) Years Old Lamp is Still Working!
posted November 18 2014 19:20.17 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Three years ago I posted this entry with the oldest non-stop working incandescent light bulb in the world. Today i stumbled upon this lamp again, and thought to remind this...

Read the old story here

It seems that this was a fluke in production and somehow almost all the oxidizing agent (AKA oxygen) was removed from inside. So, the tungsten is aging slooooowwwwwllllyyyyyy

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