• A company called Pro-Teq has created a solution that
makes pavement glow in the dark. It is environmentally
friendly and could save a lot of money.
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    • Can’t wait to never see this again
      mwwq1 24 jun
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    • The 'solution' in the text is meant like the word 'mixture' or 'chemical'. It will save money by reducing the need for electric powered street light to show the path you can walk. However, in my OPINION the need for streetlights on dim paths is more a safety thing (think kidnapping and assaults)...
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    • Ok but exactly how does this save money?
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    • It's just glow in the dark rocks. Shits been around for decades.
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    • solution to WHAT
      Bogmire 24 jun
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    • Animetrix 24 jun
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    • Why make it glow in the dark
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    • Save money... How?
      Cacaonut 24 jun
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    • You can do that. You can. But why?
      Jackeal 24 jun
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    • “Uh yeah because it like saves like uh like uh yeah like a lot of money” “how much is a lot?” “A lot, duh”
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    • It saves money by lowering energy costs. Don’t be retarded.
      Guiltyyy 24 jun
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    • SOLAR ROADWAYS 2.0
      Sensino 24 jun
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    • 2 questions. How long will it glow each night and how looking will it continue to function night after night until it wears out like my ceiling stars?
      Dabbler 25 jun
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    • Coming to a city near you in about 1 century
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    • But it would still require a massive amount of light to charge it before night time. So why not just put in street lamps
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    • What is this a solution to
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    • exactly what problem does this aim to solve?
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    • mela 24 jun
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    • Do you have cancer? Did you have an illuminated paved driveway? Call Sukulov Law now....
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    • This is fake. They’re tiny glow in the dark painted pebbles and you can buy them on wish
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    • How could it save money?
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    • This is inventing a solution to a problem that doesn’t exist.
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    • Is it because park lamps use that much money? Is that the money they are referring to?
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    • Save money on lighting you gooks
      Riminem 24 jun
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    • Do it to my balls
      ElCipem 24 jun
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    • "Could"
      SkyAnthro 25 jun
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    • I have them in my driveways because my dad does residential concrete live back patios and all the rich people are hearing about it and trying it so he bought some too. They charge in the sun and they’re not too bright. Like a glow stick that has been left out for a night but they last years
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    • Neat
      Weird 24 jun
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    • How about....no.
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    • Getting robbed has never been more romantic
      Slowmosun 25 jun
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    • This feature sponsored by “pro tech”
      nowyouave 24 jun
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    • Note in the photo there’s a damn sunrise to make that path visible enough lmao it isn’t the glow on it
      tizy 24 jun
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    • Use for penis
      HoboChair 24 jun
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    • Or get rid of street lights because literally every car is required to have headlights...
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    • Guess you could say that it's pro-teqted
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    • You are walking down the sidewalk at 12 am and suddenly you see a part of the sidewalk that isnt lit up but it's in the shape on a human body. Except the thing is no one is there
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    • Okay but that sounds pretty useless
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    • Why are we not funding this?!
      urdie 27 jun
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    • Jesus how stupid do you think people are
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    • They can do it with trees too but they want tax money so don’t keep your hopes up
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    • That stuff works amazingly well! You can add it to cement for walkways and costs less on batteries for "solar power" lights, that need batteries ALL THE TIME😳💕
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    • Penks
      legolewds 27 jun
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    • Oh yea great idea so when someone is chasing my ass with a knife qe can both turn and be all hunky dorey cause "ooh the sidewalk fucking glows" and then i get shanked cause a mf cant see anything BUT the sidewalk
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    • Which means it will never be used
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    • How could it save money what’s the benefit?
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    • this has existed for a long time.
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    • Put it on the road
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    • Uranium.
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    • I mean my town don't put street lights up anyways
      yrtesd 27 jun
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    • How exactly will that save money?
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    • Solution.. what's the problem
      Rivdog3 27 jun
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    • What is this solving exactly?
      iFunyAds 27 jun
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    • This would help on light pollution, energy cost, and reduce infrastructure cost associated with the electrical lamps.
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    • Its depleted uranium
      nierdboi 27 jun
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    • Damn crisis solved. Clapvlapclapclapclapclap
      skiMilk 27 jun
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    • Who thought of Protech knives when they read this
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    • Saves money by costing 5x as much
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    • Quest auto walker
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    • Is there a catch? Because i have seen stuff like solar roadways promise a lot but end up going in flames.
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    • Save money... Yeah ok
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    • It tastes like shit
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    • Fake news
      TVLOGoS 26 jun
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    • How would it save money?
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    • So I can’t see anything but the sidewalk and my feet? Hmmmm.
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    • Wow can’t wait to see every national park tore up to replace their paths with this, whole being funded with my tax dollars, because politicians decided instead of giving themselves a raise they gave glow sticks to park paths
      _Cram_ 26 jun
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    • Put it on the fuckin road
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    • You're not smooth Protogen. I know the Protomolecule when I see it!
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    • Why are the buildings burning
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    • Just use solar roadways
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    • I was going to stop looking at memes when I got down to 400 unviewed memes and I was on 401 and I go one over only to discover I’m now on 399
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    • Fast forward 150 years when all human life is gone except for our remnants and they use the glowing spirit path as part of a ritual
      greyham 26 jun
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    • This would be great for bike paths and skate parks
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    • I love how everybody sees glow in the dark and they think it must last all goddamn night Y'all ever play with glow in the dark balls they light up for about 30 seconds and then it's dark as fuck anyway
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    • Why are all yall hating, this Is cool af.
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    • Some fairy wrote tHat
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    • Protecc environment
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    • I would like to just walk around in a park like that at night
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    • I was watching spiderman 2. Ock says “it’s a safe, renewable power source, that could bring cheap power for all” and I thought to myself “if this were real it wouldn’t take off.” The world is dystopian honestly if I thought the idea of people investing in that was that of a fantasy land
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    • Why the background on fire
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    • Pretty sure those are just glow in the dark blue rocks not some crazy innovative thing. I’ve seen this image on google before
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    • Pro-Teq sounds like the name of a fake tech company a 10th grader made for their business project.
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    • It also makes you run/drive faster
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    • Bruh what about light pollution
      azky100 26 jun
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    • quest path
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    • Its stupid. We made exposed glowing aggregate concrete, and u cant see it unless its dark... but light is everywhere per city code for lit pedestrian thoroughfares. In the end, lights were shining on the glow stones which rendered them useless.
      SaintAnn 26 jun
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    • What if I don't want blue?
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    • Imagine being on acid walking down the street
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    • But why why would you do that
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    • And lives
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    • Spead this shit
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    • Watch out, someone is about to commit suicide.
      BlanKsx 25 jun
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    • I’m sold
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    • What is the name of these?
      kick_man 25 jun
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    • Safe a lot of money on what? The lights that are already built and installed?
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    • Making glow in the dark pavement will be more expensive than lighting it for 100 years. Plus it naturally gets covered in dirt, rendering it useless
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