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amongst campers n developing worlders a curved reflective surface could concentrate moon or starlight to be bright enough to read or make crafts
people could read or make items at night
if they could see; I think a curved
reflective surface could concentrate
moon or starlight to be bright enough to
makes a nice camping item
I like electricity, and I've heard of the
"candle"; I even know about people
gathering wood then
applying friction; It
just occured to me that a reflective thing
could make reading or sewing at night
possible for people without wood,
petroleum, or wires
if this idea had occured earlier those
right whales could have just kept
swimming right on their way
ancient asian nations could have focused
moonlight outside dwellings onto rice
paper screens to create an illuminated
Thoreau might have have skipped writing
about "warms you twice"
more thoughtfully I think this is a good
option to create a pleasant resource
friendly light among persons whose
societies' idea of together hasn't
stretched all the way to always on
electricity or the wealth to have a crank
technology: reflective plastic on a wire;
as an ancient technology: ceramic, or
possibly a water sculpture
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||Don't know if it would illuminate enough but I like the imagery.
||Likewise. A [+], beany baby.
||//those right wales //
Chuck, Willy, Harry and Camilla?
||Wales ? You mean Cardiff, Swansea etc?
||And the the sun came up and burned down the campground.