So I was talking about DIY the other day with a (somewhat of a) know-it-all colleague. He proceeded to tell me that wire nuts were incredibly dangerous because of 'microvibrations' that can cause fires.
The only available option here are these screw terminals:
They're used for everything. In my mind they're super bulky and much less safe because they're so hard to screw down properly (jewler's flathead, for the most part).
I am pretty sure that it's just standard 'my dad told me it was bad 50 years ago, so it must still be the case,' but I'd like some ammo for the discussion.