posted on May, 30 2010 @ 03:41 PM
It sounds like this research needs to be taken seriously, judging by the description. As a result of having a mobile phone powered on for only two
15-minute sessions per day
, over a three-month period, the following observations were recorded: smaller hive, fewer eggs, cessation of honey
production and fewer bees returning to the hive.
Apparently some are responding by saying previous research showed no such correlation. Obviously the question is: 'Will these results be repeated in
On the other hand, can you imagine the size of the lobby that will run to the defence of the cell phone industry? It could turn out to be an object
lesson in the power of corporate industry vs. the common good.
And what if it were proven beyond reasonable doubt by independent scientists that cellphone radiation is
to blame for the mass disappearances
of bee colonies seen around the world, and governments actually had the moral fibre to dismantle the networks in a bid to head off a catastrophic
depletion in food supply? Would 21st century society manage to function largely as it does now, or might it lead to a paradigm shift in communications
The mind boggles at the implications.
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