Unformatted text preview: questions regarding the potential of LEDs as being able to be answered “according to strict scientific canons” and that this may just seem “impractical,” they can be answered most likely with little time and money. Because of this, Weinberg would most likely not classify any questions from this article as “trans-scientific.” Testing this would be impractical, but not because it would require loads of time and money, but because scientists seem to be able to answer these questions more on common sense then on anything else. They see the benefits of LEDs but realize that they do give off less light than an incandescent bulb or fluorescent lights which would mean more LEDs in a given space and in effect using the same amount of energy....
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- Fall '09
- Light, Incandescent light bulb, incandescent light bulbs, LEDs, Hartzman Professor Reppy