You’re absolutely right, and every one of your points is valid.You know, I was giving a lot of thought to this yesterday after your post and after I got finished laughing. And of course no disrespect, as I do believe you covered the foundation for the discussion of the conundrum of nailing jello to a tree , but I would like to ad a few things I think you left out.
You covered the jello, the tree and the nails, but you left out other needed informatio/data to come to a reasonable conclusion. We need to discuss the weather conditions as to temperature, humidity, where the tree is located and direct sunlight or shaded area. Let’s not forget the altitude from see level (or below, Holland) of the test tree and of course the testers themselves, who are they , who will choose them and how will they be vetted for bias.
I have instructed my office staff this morning to put together a 25 page (rough draft) of procedural guidelines for a preliminary review for the BF community to asses it viability’s. I will disseminate the information shortly in another post 🤭🤪😉.
i know silly and I high jacked my own OP.
Input such as yours is essential in this type of undertaking.