Sunday 29 April 2007

bitter world


More than 60 % of the commercial bee population in the United States has been lost, causing a state of alarm among apiarists, crisis that may spree, consequently, among other agricultural spheres. Although the cause has not been entirely elucidated, studies seem to point to the massive use of mobile phones and their relation to what is known as Collony Collapse Disorder (CCD). This is probably due to radiation from the cell-phones producing an interference pattern on the bee's navigation systems.

Apparently (CCD) has reached Europe and is thriving in its sour diaspora. England, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece are some of the countries that have been affected.

Mobile-phone radiation may be significantly damaging for the brain, as Scandinavian scientific studies have revealed, although scientifically impeccable these studies have been discredited by global cell phone companies, who have limited considerably their exposure...

We might be facing the radical realization of metaphors, a world that loses its deepest core of sweetness, the extinction of bee-honey, the royal gift of Zeus, as Crete Cave God, the sensual medicine of our dancing telepathic insect friends. And as Einstein said: "if the bees disappeared, man would have only four years of life left".

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