In the UK, all cigarette packs come with a vivid label saying someting like "SMOKE AND DIE", or "THIS WILL KILL YOU" etc. This isn't really working, because smokers come to accept these messages and simply dismiss them. I believe even more messages should be communicated, and I propose a method that
I believe could be possible in a way never seen before.
In a still room with little air movent, I've noticed that when cigarettes burn, they emit a rather consistent plume of smoke, often resembling a spiral trail.
This is due to the consistency of the tobacco and paper, and the rate it burns at (i assume).
If these were cleverly constructed with fast burning, slow burning, and non-burning ingredients, I believe (with a lot of R&D) it could be possible to produce cigarretts that emit words in their plume, such as:
SMOKING KILLS (reading upwards)
or something simmilar. Therefore in less windy environments people and those surrounding them will constantly be warned unavoidably.
I havn't done any research into this, but its something I believe could work...maybe not cigarettes, but the concept of something cleverly fabricaed, burning strategically to read a message can surely be done somehow.
I dont think i've quite managed to explain this well enough, but please try to understand the concept.
ps...had no idea which category to put this one in