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Title: Do street lights really keep us safe?
Post by: thedoc on 05/08/2015 10:22:35
Research implies street lights can come off with no increase
in crimes
or crashes.
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Title: Re: Do street lights really keep us safe?
Post by: zahidahsaleema on 06/08/2019 12:57:20
street lights really keep us safe spam provides subsidized rates to individuals and community groups working to provide safe, sustainable lighting to those in need
Title: Re: Do street lights really keep us safe?
Post by: Hayseed on 16/10/2019 15:01:43
Absolutely. Light frames and constrains thought and behavior.  And thought and behavior are getting worse.  Even our rural houses and farms now put up pole night lights.

We could sensor control them, which would be even more effective.  One could watch them coming and going.