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Dystopian AR art installation shows how plants might adapt to rising global temperatures

Walk through the museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park and you will find yourself surrounded by both aquatic and terrestrial plant life straight out of a science fiction film. The scene is described by Thiel as featuring “plants [which] have mutated to cope with the increasing unpredictable and erratic climate swings.” As temperatures increase worldwide, Thiel’s research predicts that the native plants in the Seattle area will evolve to withstand climate change’s effects and develop into greenery we have never seen before.
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