How do I use natural gas for lights?

Answer For unique outdoor lighting, natural gas fixtures are an interesting alternative to traditional electric lights. The units are available in a wide variety of styles and they may be fashioned from a... Read More »

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Are neon lights natural?

On One Hand: Neon Occurs NaturallyNeon, the element used to create neon lights, is an inert gas that occurs in nature. According to website Environmental Chemistry, you can find neon in the atmosph... Read More »

Should you put ur hazard lights on when there is a broken down car at lights?

No.Only use your hazzards if YOU have broken down, or you are on a fast moving road and you need to warn following drivers of a sudden stop ahead (such as a traffic jam) - read the Highway Code, it... Read More »

What Are Those Little Blue Lights Under the Traffic Lights in Central Florida?

According to Orlando’s Wesh TV2, “Little blue lights on traffic signals alert authorities from all angles that the signal below it has turned red.”

Are grow lights better for plants than fluorescent lights?

On One Hand: Fluorescents Can Be Used as Grow LightsFluorescent lights come in many types. Full-spectrum fluorescent lights are relatively inexpensive and easy to find and use. A full-spectrum fl... Read More »