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  • Yes, it is a problem

    Light pollution is a huge problem. Lights outside attract animals such as birds and insects and baby sea turtles. On their way to get there, they get killed from things like cars, planes and other things in their way. As well as that, light affects our circadian rhythm, causing more cases of depression, anxiety, obesity, and sleep deprivation every year. The heat from lamps also builds up and launches into the atmosphere, resulting in a cause of global warming. Not only are all these problems for the environment but who wouldn't want to see a huge skyfull of stars outside every night?

  • Yup. Light pollution is a serious problem.

    Light pollution is indeed a serious problem. In today's life, night light is more than daylight. Many people say that in today's life, science has developed so we need light. But folks, in olden days when science wasn't developed, even at that time people used to live. What happened then? And let us talk as per science. When bulbs are switched on, they emit heat. And as you know, there are so many light lamps lit up at night, then so much heat is emitted which adds up to global warming.

  • Yup. Light pollution is a serious problem.

    Light pollution is indeed a serious problem. In today's life, night light is more than daylight. Many people say that in today's life, science has developed so we need light. But folks, in olden days when science wasn't developed, even at that time people used to live. What happened then? And let us talk as per science. When bulbs are switched on, they emit heat. And as you know, there are so many light lamps lit up at night, then so much heat is emitted which adds up to global warming.

  • Yup. Light pollution is a serious problem.

    Light pollution is indeed a serious problem. In today's life, night light is more than daylight. Many people say that in today's life, science has developed so we need light. But folks, in olden days when science wasn't developed, even at that time people used to live. What happened then? And let us talk as per science. When bulbs are switched on, they emit heat. And as you know, there are so many light lamps lit up at night, then so much heat is emitted which adds up to global warming.

  • Yup. Light pollution is a serious problem.

    Light pollution is indeed a serious problem. In today's life, night light is more than daylight. Many people say that in today's life, science has developed so we need light. But folks, in olden days when science wasn't developed, even at that time people used to live. What happened then? And let us talk as per science. When bulbs are switched on, they emit heat. And as you know, there are so many light lamps lit up at night, then so much heat is emitted which adds up to global warming.

  • Yup. Light Pollution is a serious problem.

    In today's life, night light is more than daylight. Many people say that science has developed so we need light. But folks, in olden days when science was not developed, even at that time people used to live. They didn't need your science at that time. They used to manage.

  • Light Pollution can cause health problems

    How light pollution is dangerous because if we are exposed to light while we are sleeping, our melatonin (A hormone made by the pineal gland, a small gland in the brain, helps control your sleep) gets cut off and can cause sleep disorders, increased headaches, medically defined stress, some types of obesity from lack of sleep, increased anxiety, effects of glare on aging eyes, and there are some ties are being found that are being linked to cancer.

  • Yes, light pollution is becoming a serious problem.

    Light pollution is becoming a serious problem. It can even be seen when astronauts are in space--our world is very lit up. While this may not seem like a serious issue, it can mess with animals' instincts and biology. This has been demonstrated with nesting sea turtles, for example, who must not be exposed to artificial light. Additionally, it has changed the world even just in aesthetic. At night, it can now be difficult to see the stars due to all of the lights that are on. It can be difficult to get to sleep, because curtains can't always sufficiently block out light coming from streetlamps, neighbors' security lights, and the like. Many living creatures rely on the night/day cycle, and we are erasing it with light pollution.

  • Light Pollution Affects the Environment, Which in Turn, Affects the Inhabitants

    Yes, I believe that light pollution is a problem. Light pollution affects more urban settings in general due to more white lights utilized. The lessening of natural darkness has a noted negative effect on animals health-wise. Light pollution disrupts migration patterns, disorients a multitude of wildlife and potentially leads to population deaths of wildlife.

  • It's only light

    How could light possibly be deadly? Sure, maybe you can't see the stars at night in cities, but that's pretty much the only problem. Light can't kill you. If someone flashed a flashlight on you, nothing happens and it doesn't even hurt you not even a little. In the future, there will probably be dozens of wakefulness enhancers available in stores and people will only sleep 5.5 to 8 hours on most days and have an 11 to 18 hours sleep crash on vacations because they'll also be more vacations every month.

  • It's just light

    This is the second time I see an opinion poll on "light pollution". I laughed out loud the first time, now I'm just confused. How does one create a harmful effect on anyone by turning on a light? You could, in theory, waste money if your lights are on all the time but how does that effect anyone else. After all, it's just light and if it kills you, well, you weren't meant to be.


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