Back in August, I wrote about light pollution. I can even still remember the night sky that caused me to write it.
Yesterday, a blog post appeared on the Clampham Institute website discussing the detrimental links between artificial light and cancer (hattip to: The Point). Apparently, in the same article in the New Yorker that generated the Wired.com story (which is what caused me to post in August), David Owens (the author of the New Yorker article) references this potential link between artificial light and cancer.
If artificial light is adding to cancer, what else does it do?
That’s why I’ve started smoking in the dark. Much safer that way. 🙂
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