Thanks for that reference, @DrAliciaHill. Always good to have another point of view!
I admit that when we were training horses here during the nights when daytime temps were above 105F, our neighbors were ready to bring high caliber arms to our gates to get us to stop the flood lights. There is a distinct change in behavior of all living organisms when lights interrupt what is supposed to be dark.
Does he discuss that temperature in the light of the moon is actually colder than in the dark shadows near by? Light, caused by plasma exciting the nobel gases, is controversial and very (excuse the pun) illuminating!