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Yeah, and if you notice you can see where the most riches are and where the pours are. Africa is a big continent and with a huge population but is almost dark with no lights on

true and sad also icon_sad.gif I look at europe and usa and japan and i all I see is light!!! light pollution everywhere...

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Really interesting photo,it shows you things you thought you knew...But you get to understand them much better when looking at it..Sad isn't it?

really sad!!! Last year I read an article and it was saying about one country! I can't really remember! What I remember is that at night the goverment switched off the electricity power stations to avoid the light pollution!!! I wish that could happen in my country too!!!

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really sad!!! Last year I read an article and it was saying about one country! I can't really remember! What I remember is that at night the goverment switched off the electricity power stations to avoid the light pollution!!! I wish that could happen in my country too!!!

That would be great, but very hard to happen because hospitals need energy to help people

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