Roads replace earth that absorbs most electromagnetic waves and converts them to chemical energy. The green wavelength is reflected, so my question is wouldn’t we want to send only the wavelengths that are naturally reflected instead of all of them? Understand that blacktop road absorb all wavelength at first until they bleach; and reflect most by their whitish color. Can you think of any large natural surfaces that are entirely black? Snow is white – so how will that affect global warming when it’s gone and plants arise that absorb?
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