Cell Phones the Equivalent of Alpha Red?

May 12, 2011 at 10:46 am | Posted in Science News | 1 Comment

Awww, look at the cute little bee. He's so happy you're not on your cell phone right now.

Beware Yuuzhan Vong, Alpha Red is here! Well the Yuuzhan Vong are probably safe, but the bees are not. Scientist have finally solved the riddle of what is causing the bees around the world to disappear. The answer is cell phones. Surprisingly enough, most of you reading this post have helped contribute to the global slaughter of the bees, unleashing an Alpha Red upon the poor, unsuspecting insects. But the real question is now that we know, will we do anything about it? Can the world give up their cell phones to help save the bees from extinction?

In the meantime we will most likely try to find a way to make bee-safe phones. However, I don’t think there is much they will be able to do. The signals themselves are the cause, and whether or not they can alter it to a safe signal is yet to be seen.

This poor bee was the victim of your last phone call.

So, if you’re talking on your cell phone and see a bee around, perhaps you should hang up and give the little guy a break. Our new slogan: hang up your comlink and save a bee.

Posted By: Skuldren

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  1. For anyone whose interested in further research, here’s a link to a study did in India that linked cell phone use to hive decline http://www.ias.ac.in/currsci/25may2010/1376.pdf

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