Bees are dying due to cell phones

Whales get disoriented when sensing radar signals underwater, now an alarming study found that bees get confused, fly erratically and then suddenly die when sensing signals transmitted when our cell phones ring. This is a global problem and scientists say that it has resulted in a decrease by almost half of our bee  population over the last 30 years. This is bad news because the mighty bee is essential in our agricultural and ecological systems. They not only produce  honey, but more importantly, pollinate our crops. Are you willing to give up your phone for food?

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1 Comment
  1. Of course, I’m willing to give up my phone for food. Bet a lot of folks aren’t, though.

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