Why do people still use fluorescent lamps?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics has just released a new national survey on people’s perceptions of light, light bulbs, and light bulbs.
In this post I’ll be discussing the key questions I asked the participants and how they responded to them.
First up, the question about whether people think light bulbs cause cancer.
The survey found that, overall, about 40% of respondents thought that the lights they used are harmful.
That’s a very small percentage, but it’s a lot to ask.
So, we asked the question, “Do you think that the bulbs and light they use are harmful?”
The responses are very interesting.
There were quite a few responses, and the number of respondents who thought that fluorescent lamps cause cancer was quite high.
I’m going to focus on the ones that I was able to get a sense of, because this is one of the questions I used in the study.
I think one of those that I found particularly interesting is this: The majority of people who responded that they thought fluorescent lights cause cancer said that the light was harmful, but there were also quite a number of people in the same category who thought it was OK to use light bulbs if they thought it would improve their health.
The results are striking: about 40%, I would say, think fluorescent lamps are OK to be used if you think they’re going to make you healthier.
The vast majority of them also thought that they would make you more active, which would be a good thing.
I was actually a bit surprised that the majority of the people that were asked that question were also more active than the majority who were asked the same question about light bulbs and cancer.
The most surprising thing was that the vast majority didn’t think it was bad to light up during the night, either.
So those were the results.
Next up, I asked about the level of ultraviolet (UV) radiation that is absorbed by fluorescent lamps.
In the light of this question, it’s not clear how much UV light we absorb, or if the UV light itself is harmful.
The survey found a pretty large number of responses that thought that ultraviolet light is harmful, and this is interesting.
People were very keen to know what UV light is, so I decided to do a quick Google search to see what I could find out about it.
The results were quite interesting, with some people really having trouble answering the question.
One respondent, for example, said that it was not harmful to use a light bulb that was made from polystyrene.
I think that that’s a good point, but the question was also asked about fluorescent lamps, so there was a lot of misinformation there.
The next question is: Do you think the lamps that you use are toxic?
I’m not going to try to dig into the details of how UV radiation works here, but in general, it was quite clear that most people were pretty clueless about UV radiation.
The fact that people were unsure about it was concerning, because UV radiation is very difficult to treat, and in the case of UV light, there’s no good way to treat it.
So I decided that I would try to do some more research on the topic.
First, I looked at how people were responding to the question of whether they think that UV light causes cancer, and I found that there was some variability in this.
For example, people tended to be more concerned about the amount of UV radiation that was absorbed by the light bulb and lamp.
This suggests that there is a lot that people are thinking about, but they’re also not really thinking about how much they’re absorbing.
I didn’t get any clear answers to the second question, but I did get some clear answers about the third question, which is: do you think fluorescent lights are harmful?
There were a couple of responses, which I’ll discuss below.
First, I found the following response from a man who said that he would like to see the lamp industry do something to curb the amount and types of UV exposure that people would get from their lamps.
The second response was from a woman who said she thought that there should be a minimum UV level of about 3,500K.
This is pretty much the maximum level that I have seen that people have been seeing.
The third response is from a person who said they would like the lamps to be made of materials that have a high UV resistance, such as polystyrin.
I found these responses pretty interesting, because they both had the same basic message: the light bulbs are harmful and they should be made out of materials with a low UV resistance.
And the person who thought the lamp manufacturers should be doing something to reduce the amount or the types of exposure people would be getting from their light bulbs said that she would like people to be able to use fluorescent bulbs in the house for as long as they like, because it would make her healthier.
These are the results I got from the survey.