This is important stuff. Along the lines of whether or not Bigfoot is real. So let’s talk about it for a moment.
The crosswalk buttons in my neighborhood work. At least some of them. Last summer and the summer before, Huxley and I would walk around quite a bit, crossing through intersections that at other times I would drive through, and from the latter vantage (driving) I’d observe people at intersections trying to get a walk light. Between our pressing of the buttons, and my observations of others, I’m pretty sure that the lights change to “walk” during the traffic signal cycle far more often, possibly in some cases only, when someone has pressed the button. Continue reading Do crosswalk buttons really do anything? And other pseudoscientific matters