Cell phones connect to cell towers by using the microwave band of the electromagnetic spectrum. Yes, like your microwave oven, just at a much lower power.
The research is clear.
Radiation from your cell phone and cell towers is harming bee populations.
Why is this bad? Bees are the single most important pollinator on Earth.
Without bees, your grocery store would be empty, and you wouldn't be able to buy flowers for your significant other.
Some bees even stop making honey.
Professor Olle Johansson, Karolinska Institute
Duh. Plus, you finally cleaned up your place and invited her over. What's she gonna think if all you eat is take-out? If you can't take care of yourself, then how can you take care of her? Thanks to the bees, you got what you need to make her a nice, home-cooked meal.
Rough hands on a woman's body is no bueno amigo, but all those lotions they sell at Target smell too girly. You decide to make your own with some coconut oil, cocoa butter, and some beeswax. If she tells you, "You're hands are so soft!, " that's basically chick-talk for, "Touch me."
You just got a good pump at the gym. You ran out of protein powder so you rush-cook some chicken on the stove. Wasn't quite cooked all the way but you didn't give a f*ck. That's okay, we all have a lapse in judgement every now and then. Good news for you is that honey kills bacteria, including the salmonella from that chicken you just ate. Chase that chicken with a few tablespoons of honey. Squeeze some on your next wound to promote effective wound healing.
The girl you made out with last week got you sick. Now you're down for the count, making some tea just like your mother did when you were fake-sick so you could skip school. Did she make it with sugar? No. She made it with honey, and so will you.
Bees are the single most important pollinator on Earth.
The radiation coming out of your phone interferes with a pilot's radio transmissions with ground control. It does the same thing with bees. Airplane Mode shuts the radiation off so the pilot can safely land you back on Earth and keeps the bees pollinating those crops, so you can get back to pollinating her.
Wireless, SMART, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, LTE, 4G, 5G, Internet of Things, Hotspot, RFID, Cordless, GPS...They're all fancy marketing terms used to sugarcoat the inconvenient truth of how they actually work -- microwave radiation. They're all messing with the bees, and your social life.
Maybe you don't need all that stuff on all the time. Plus, it's distracting you from what you should be focusing on -- her.
Wired network connections don't radiate. They're also faster and more secure, so you can get your work done on time. Would you rather be stuck waiting for that file to load at 5 o'clock, or would you rather be at happy hour looking for some honeys?
Bees pollinate crops and flowers, and chicks dig flowers.
Fellas, time to get real.
Pesticides, urban development, climate change, parasites...they're all killing the bees.
But guess what. So is your phone, and the cell towers it connects to.
Research shows that wireless signals disorient bee navigation, making it difficult to find their way home.
The radiation from your cell phone and Wi-fi weakens bee colonies, even contributing to colony collapse.
Wireless technology f*cks up bee navigation, decreases egg laying rates, reduces colony strength and might explain some instances to colony collapse disorder.
Some bees also stop making honey.
If the bees vanished, there would be no apples to make apple pie. What’s America without apple pie? South Canada, that’s what.
Wireless technology f*cks up bee navigation, decreases egg laying rates, reduces colony strength and might explain some instances to colony collapse disorder. Some bees also stop making honey or make smaller honeycombs.
Wireless radiation endangers pollinators, so consider the impact of your wireless usage. Maybe more isn’t better.
Endangering bees puts global food security at risk, and threatens honey production. We can reduce ‘electro-smog,’ if we lessen our dependence on wireless technology.
Visit the Environmental Health Trust for more information.
We love bees. We need bees. But right now, they need our help. Research shows that wireless signals disorient their navigation, making it difficult to find their way home.
So if you want the bees to keep making honey, choose hardwired technology. It’s faster for you, and safe for the bees.