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Only if I can use my phone to magically kill mosquitos
There's an app for that! Haha I wish.
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We won't just learn to live without them. It will be a fundamental change to agriculture. Without bees pollinating crops we are in for a terrible future.

For real? If only I had known I would have made a post a couple down from my first one that said the same thing as that........
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For real? If only I had known I would have made a post a couple down from my first one that said the same thing as that........
For real. Since I didn't read every page of this thread prior to my post I suppose your douche post was warranted.

For real.
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This is interesting. Sad thing is, if this is the cause, we'll just have to learn to live without them(bees). No way people are going to give up cell phones to "just save some bees". Not knowing what the implications of a bee shortage or extinction really are. Even more sad is even if they did know how bad it would be, they still probably wouldn't give up their phone.
I think this goes for nearly all forms of wireless communication. You cell phones won't be the only thing going.
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