Don’t answer that.
So I’m watching this very interesting article on light pollution and the dark sky movement, and I start thinking: If a city was successful in implementing a thorough dark sky policy, could you have a city entirely lit as needed BUT with close access to dark skies? Like a platform or a very tall building dark at the top for sky watchers? You’d have the light you needed for the city, but then you could escape it by going a few hundred feet vertically rather than many, many miles horizontally.
Okay, I’m crazy.
Anyway, great interview on light pollution and how we’re really moving toward a society with less light pollution, thanks to technology and greater understanding of the benefits of darkness. Full transcript here.
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