"Engagingly about Antennas - VI Summer 2007 DIPOL Competition" - adjudicated. " Two things awe me most, the starry sky above me and the moral law within me".
Today, especially in big cities, we can see less stars, the same with moral law, comparing it with the 18th century when Immanuel Kant lived, but... unquestionably more antennas.
Usually, when we want to see them, we have to look high in the sky, like Kant, but what we see is rarely so exciting or inspiring to be worth philosophical reflection.
Antennas and dishes cover facades and roofs, TV towers destroy landscapes. Being the background of our civilization, halfway between the ground and the sky, they may separate people, limiting direct contacts.