+Ash Clarke http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/europe/06/30/bee.decline.mobile.phones/index.htmlhttp://www.independent.co.uk/environment/nature/are-mobile-phones-wiping-out-our-bees-444768.htmlhttp://moef.nic.in/downloads/public-information/final_mobile_towers_report.pdf
i find it really strange that despite establishing correlation, there were not very many follow up on these researches.
studies that dismisses this fact were much more numerous and widely publicized,
people are skeptical i get it, and some giant global companies would jump at any chance to dismiss it.
One would say, these researches used a handset inside a beehive, thats never gonna happen in real life,
but honestly i wouldnt care about any research, i myself have been disturbed since coming across wireless signals in neighbouring bedrooms, no real pain, but it felt like i became oblivious to the small branches of my thoughts that i used to have in the past.
You would think, its probably only me and my imagination that actually lost bit parts of my thoughts to the signals. Yeah, that may be true, but I have an opinion and thats why I go against this. I would probably not mind if google is really doing this for the kids in africa, without a hidden second,third, or who knows how many hundred other benefits that im sure many of you can imagine if you are an organization and you have a global network of baloon.