Photography And Half-Thoughts By Mitchell Hegman

...because some of it is pretty and some of it is not.

Thursday, December 8, 2016

12 Watts

The latest generation of LED light bulb can illuminate an entire room, producing a light output equivalent to a 75 watt incandescent bulb—all while consuming a meager 12 watts of power.
As advertised, the Oral-B Pro 5000 electric toothbrush is capable of using Bluetooth to connect with your phone to give you feedback on your brushing and cleaning habits.  These electric toothbrushes remove 300% more plaque along the gum line as compared to a brushing manually.  They consume 7 watts of power.
The nightlight plugged into the wall receptacle in my hallway draws 3 watts.
The human brain operates on 12 watts of power.

--Mitchell Hegman