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Mobile phone-induced honeybee worker piping

Daniel FAVRE

Scientific collaborator in the Laboratory of Cellular Biotechnology (LBTC), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology(EPFL), Lausanne, Switzerland

Abstract

The worldwide maintenance of the honeybee has major ecological, economic, and political implications. In the present study, electromagnetic waves originating from mobile phones were tested for potential effects on honeybee behavior. Mobile phone handsets were placed in the close vicinity of honeybees.The sound made by the bees was recorded and analyzed. The audiograms and spectrograms revealed that activemobile phone handsets have a dramatic impact on the behavior of the bees, namely by inducing the worker piping signal. In natural conditions, worker piping either announces the swarming process of the bee colony or is a signal of a disturbed bee colony.

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Nobel Economist Michael Spence Says Globalism Is Costly For Americans

Dr. Paul Craig Roberts | Global Research | May 31, 2011

These are discouraging times, but once in a blue moon a bit of hope appears. I am pleased to report on the bit of hope delivered in March of 2011 by Michael Spence, a Nobel prize-winning economist, assisted by Sandile Hlatshwayo, a researcher at New York University. The two economists have taken a careful empirical look at jobs offshoring and concluded that it has ruined the income and employment prospects for most Americans.

To add to the amazement, their research report, “The Evolving Structure of the American Economy and the Employment Challenge,” was published by the very establishment Council on Foreign Relations. http://www.cfr.org/industrial-policy/evolving-structure-american-economy-employment-challenge/p24366

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Only two days after the WSJ published Siobhan Gorman’s exclusive story of the Pentagon classifying cyber attacks by foreign nations as acts of war, Google blames China for involvement in a cyber-spying campaign targeting the Google e-mail accounts of top US officials, military personnel and journalists–claims which, according to the BBC, China rejects.

Here’s Op Ed News director, Rob Kall’s take on take subject, written before the Google story hit the news:

Get Ready for Digital False Flag Attacks

The US has a history of false flag attacks being used as excuses to start wars. The problem is, to be effective, false flag attacks require bombs, blood, death…

Now, the Wall Street Journal reports in a top headline, front page article, Cyber Combat: Act of War, that the US is working on developing a policy that defines cyber attacks– hacks, computer sabotage– which cause damage or death, including damage to our economy, as acts of war.

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