Who want a light that glows all the time for about 12 years at full brightness. Tritium lights do just that. I mean sure it is a beta emitting radioactive element. But the rays can be blocked by aluminum foil. But I guess it is neat in that it can make a pigment glow for years. If you have a pigment that glows closer to the UV range say blue, or violet then maybe it could light a phosphorescent material for a brighter light. Though I only tried this with Blue and UV LEDs on a glow pigment. I guess blue light turns yellow or orange phosphor more of a white. At least that is what the color of some LED Filaments are. And I think it is this principle as how some LEDs make white light.
Old wind turbines make waste that are too big to be crushed at land fill sites. Wind energy for a renewable source makes a lot of waste that is really hard to deal with. https://theworld.com/~mica/cft.html
I live at home with my parents. I am thirty eight years old. I lost it all during the Binance fiasco. And I have not bounced back since. Anyway I hope I con do something a bit better.