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6/27/2017 10:39:05 AM
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With the advent of LEDs, energy usage has gone down on a per component basis....however their ruggedness, explosion of product applications, and low cost have increased volume sales.  Overall, we are burning a lot of energy for momentary pleasure.  This is somewhat like the use of helium for balloons; which we only have so much of on this planet.

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vijaya
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12/26/2016 8:33:10 AM
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nice
very nice way to save energy on holidays...

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dominique6
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12/25/2016 1:54:59 PM
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This year, we ignored the games of lights, in order to reduce the waste of energy.

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