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Litter - Remains from fireworks

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Michael,

Isn’t that rather foolish! Is this in a public place?

I have mixed feelings about fireworks as they depend on a lot of toxic chemicals, chlorine to increase the loudness of the explosions and metals like lead and strontium that give the colors.

Government agencies are concerned about this toxic air harming us!

Asher
 

Michael Nagel

Active member
Hi Asher,

yes, it is a public place.

People did not bother to clean up after the fireworks - too often unfortunately,

It is the chemicals, the noise, etc. - yes.

A town in Bavaria replaced the traditional fireworks with a laser show to celebrate 2020.


Michael
 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Hi Asher,

yes, it is a public place.

People did not bother to clean up after the fireworks - too often unfortunately,

It is the chemicals, the noise, etc. - yes.

A town in Bavaria replaced the traditional fireworks with a laser show to celebrate 2020.


Michael
I have also seen the use of aerobatic clouds of LED lit drones to create beautiful moving displays.


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The don’t have bangs, just lots of buzzing!

This is to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Intel!

Asher
 
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