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BBC 2 tonight 9pm, whats killing our bees,should be interesting.

Kentish Maid

Im convinced mobile phone signals and possibly broadband have a part to play . . . I went to Suffolk last month which is largely made up of agriculatural land (and probably some use of farming peticides). There seemed to be too much of a conincidence between having no mobile phone signal and an abundence of bees! We were rural and fair enough, there was an abundence of flowers for them but I've been in to other areas of the countryside, as well as gardens and parks in the UK where bees should be thriving but they are non-existent!


Funny enough, I have had no mobile phone signal since wednesday, but lots of bees.

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