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May 26, 2016

Sometimes the moonlight comes in pretty strong, through my window. I was just thinking, about, how can I figure out, how to turn down the light of the moon. I thought, if I can install a dimmer switch in my room. Then run an extension cord from my bedroom to the moon, "That might work”. First of all, Wal-Mart doesn't carry an extension cord that long. Or do they? So my idea was to make my own extension cord, going from my bedroom, all the way up to the moon. Now, as I said once before, the moon is only two hundred & ninety thousand miles away from us. When, I was figuring this out. I needed 5 feet extension cords. How many five feet extension cords would I need to reach the moon? Theirs approximately 5,280 feet in one mile. For one mile alone, I would need 1,056 five foot extension cords. For 290,000 miles of 5 feet extension cords going from my bedroom to the moon. I would need approximately 306 million 240 thousand five feet extension cords. Now, I'm not going to go over the price of that. "Or am I”. Because, if I did, it would be in the Billions. If each 5 foot extension cord cost $5 let's say: my bill would cost 15 billion, 312 million just to buy all those 5 feet extension cords. Do you think Walmart has discount for idiots? I should apply! All of this is a fantasy in in my head, that's the sad part. But it wouldn't work because there would not be enough ohms to push the electricity all the way up to the moon! That's a different factor in itself! So does somebody have that answer for me?