I want to make a bulb using ice. My idea is to trap light somehow (using a led or solar power) in the ice sphere probably by putting light source in distilled water and then freezing it. After that, insulating that ice sphere using some common and inexpensive insulator or by creating vacuum around it so that loss of energy in a form other than light is stopped....please suggest a solution.
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