Mysteries at the Museum came to Livermore, CA to film the Longest Burning Light Bulb in the World located at Fire Station 6. It was well done with a couple of small errors. Jack Baird worked more like 20 years and although he did research the bulb, it was actually Mike Dunstan, a local reporter who did the research and made the bulb famous. The Bulb has a filament thickness of about 0.003 inch. Not only did the Annapolis Laboratory look at the filament but also Sandia National Lab in Livermore. Now, the bulb is about 20 feet high in the Service Bay so the Firefighters do not hit it anymore on the way out. Enjoy!