posted on Nov, 24 2010 @ 01:20 PM
reply to post by NonKonphormist
You are right, but I don't think I would want a glowing tree on my front lawn in a residential area anyway.
In cities animals seldom use natural means to live, urbanized pigeons seek more enclosed shelters to the natural ones (that is why architects go to
great lengths to pigeon-ize buildings). Cockroaches, bedbugs, rats, squirrels, alligators, cats, dogs, etc. all become urbanized in these contexts and
seek human structures to there natural ones. Deer seldom live next to the highways, but yes they do cross them. I wouldn't advocate using this
technology in a natural setting but like all other inventions it has its good and bad points.
Roads, highways, cities, airports, dams, telecommunication towers, electrical transformers, etc., etc, etc. these are all obtrusive on the
environment. So if we are not arguing principle, are we now haggling over price?
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