20.08FCrazy-hot season again
One Fancy Imagination
Recently I have a habit of imagining fancifully; it might be due to Corona or summer-hotness.
The other day I saw some news about the plastic garbage in the sea and an episode of one such imagination occurred.
Fanciful-imagination is not always appreciated, but has some good points: it is “free” and “fun.”
The video of ocean garbage gave me a shock. Convenience store bags flow to other countries or come out of animal's bodies. After seeing that, the importance of implementing and ensuring healthy ecological circulation is easily understandable.
And well, what happens with land-garbage?
Nowadays, Akiya (which are “vacant houses,” in Japanese), are larger than even the largest-sized refuse, and are a tremendously big problem.
It's a social system problem mainly, but how does it affect the natural environment?
What if there are some Akiya that fall down and disintegrate into nature by themselves?
Here I am talking about Akiya which are made of wood.
Houses with wood and natural materials, that return to nature after collapsing, would cause no objection.
Of course we don't have such good materials or method of construction currently, but isn't it exciting to consider?
When we release our house without care, it will be invaded with green trees. That green will cover the house wholly and, like a net that protects it from sudden breakage, will eat slowly. That is my image.
Organic compounds move to the house from the green, transforming and melting the house materials from inside, until at only the concrete foundation remains.
It doesn't matter if the ruins themselves are valuable or not: Akiya, they will be transformed to green yards… and to small parks… and the environment around there will have a good balance of artificial houses and green and trees of nature. It's something enjoyable, isn't it?
That will be a new standard of the future.
Now this story is stuck in my brain.