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Re: TB: 100 years from now

  • Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB: 100 years from now
  • From: "The Lobergs" loberg@adelphia.net
  • Date: Mon, 10 Jan 2005 15:38:02 -0800

Well, this is better than solar power!   Instead of putting out little garden walkway lamps, we'll just plant a row of glow-in-the-dark flowers, your choice of any kind.   And just think, all night gardening!
>Already a gene from the lightnig bug has been transferred to tobaco giving a glow-in-the-dark plant.  I guess that is a start toward neon shades.
>And species and species like shapes will still be appreciated.

Patrick Orr 
>....People will be sick of RED colored irises and would prefer the new neon shades....

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