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October 17, 2018

What is it?

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Answer here this time tomorrow.

Hint: smaller than a bread box.

Another: located in the U.S.

A third: older than you.

October 17, 2018 at 10:01 AM | Permalink


It is San Francisco, story is here go here https://www.economist.com/special-report/2018/09/29/introducing-a-more-circular-economy-will-meet-with-resistance
cut and paste from article
"...A SINGLE, BARE lightbulb helps illuminate part of the Livermore-Pleasanton fire department on the eastern edge of the San Francisco Bay area. It does not look out of place, if a little dim. But it is no humdrum piece of electrical equipment. For the Centennial Light, as it is known, has been burning almost continuously since 1901. To proponents of a less resource-intensive, more circular economy, the bulb (pictured) shows that everyday products can be affordable and built to last..."

Posted by: intelcurio | Oct 19, 2018 8:47:29 AM

I agree, longest burning edison bulb.

Posted by: mauigrrl | Oct 17, 2018 3:36:55 PM


Is this not the longest constantly lit light bulb in the world? Located in a firehouse in NYC, I believe.

I may be completely wrong, though...


Posted by: Rattlesnake Jake | Oct 17, 2018 10:15:26 AM

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