I'm wiring a 25W Edison bulb to an old GE clock/radio. The radio is 120V/60hz 8.5W input. Basic calculation I = P/E would mean the current is 0.07A If I wire the bulb in parallel between source and the clock/radio, there's now 0.2A for the bulb branch and 0.07A for the clock/radio branch making Current Total about 0.3A (300mA) correct? In doing so, however, I haven't actually made any change to the current flowing through the radio, right? It's still 0.07A? So if the power cord which goes from the source to the bulb branch (first) and then to the clock/radio branch is the only thing carrying 0.3A and is rated well above that, I'm not in any danger of burning up the clock/radio, yes? My concern is safety (obviously) so any help is appreciated.