lore23 January 2008 at 3:17pmPosts: 1659 (0 today)Status: offline
This was a great update!
Thanks all!! I liked all the vintage video footage!
I think I have seen a trailer for the film Wall-E that he spoke of,
I think. I could be wrong.I see so many kids films.
Kate Bush- the final song for 'The Golden Compass'
Sinead O'Conner- the final song for 'The Water Horse'
Roger Waters- the final song for 'The Last Mimzy'
Peter Gabriel- Wall-E.
Have a great day!
T-DOGG23 January 2008 at 4:48pmPosts: 2359 (0 today)Status: offline
Peter also mentioned that he's 'very passionate' about mobile phones.
I wonder if he's heard the theory, that the microwaves transmitted from tower to tower, are interfering with bee's ability to navigate and comunicate with each other (must be the same wavelength) apparently causing an alarming reduction of hives and bees in general.
American farmers are alarmed that their crops aren't being pollinated (mostly the bee's job).
Was it Einstein that said we'd last four years ater the bees disappeared?
Synnie23 January 2008 at 5:01pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Well, somewhere someone had pointed to the negative effects of mobiles before, and I am also critical about it for long. We had loads of according informations herabout.
I consider it in fact to be pretty blueeyed to see only the positive effects of it.
But not only for the health reason, but also, because I watched people being "controlled" and definitely chased from jobcenters for example, who were accordingly "unpleased" about my unwillingness to get a mobile. . .
We gladly (still) don't have a law, that says, that we have to be a mobile owner. Its a very two sided coin and can as well support TOTAL control OVER people!!
No one reacted to that statement before, but its very important!
Thre bee part was so far unknown for me, but does not surprise me at all, thanks for mentioning it here, Theo!
Mallet23 January 2008 at 8:03pmPosts: 275 (0 today)Status: offline
Well, i've tried and tried to get this working but it doesn't want to!
Synnie23 January 2008 at 8:07pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Yes, it was you, wasn't it? But watch out, as soon as T DOGG is up and fine again, see?. . .
T-DOGG23 January 2008 at 11:57pmPosts: 2359 (0 today)Status: offline
I think we should test some bees, and try to find out which 'wavelength' they're on and avoid it, if at all possible.
Maybe we could use THEIR wavelenth to train them?
Synnie24 January 2008 at 12:35amPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
You mean, stingy angels for communication?
. . .and then the bees will train the flowers, trees and vegetables to talk to us. . .WOW!
T-DOGG24 January 2008 at 5:23amPosts: 2359 (0 today)Status: offline
Instant KILLER BEE repellant.
Quick, everybody get your cell phone out!
Synnie24 January 2008 at 2:20pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Someone didn't like the flute music and put a waste basket over the monk's head?
Speaking of bees have you ever seen Ulee's Gold? Good film with Peter Fonda.
Synnie24 January 2008 at 4:56pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
Nope, will pay attention to it, thanks!
As for the monk, I am still wondering, why some wear this, I have seen and heard them myself in Tokyo during a festival, but I forgot to ask. Some baskets look exactly like our beehives. . .
ExcellentBird24 January 2008 at 5:23pmPosts: 188 (0 today)Status: offline
Another theory about the disappearance of bees is that they are simply dumping the hives in search of a more varied diet--which they need for survival.
Over the last few decades, the huge agribusiness monocrops have been decimating what few wild meadowlands USED to be next to farms, which pollinating bees used to vary their diets.
Now that we have more monocrops and less family farms, "farm" bees are basically starving to death due to lack of nutrition. So they vacate the hives and move on.
There are farmlands in China where PEOPLE are forced to pollinate their fruit trees, because there are no bees in their area, and it's too expensive to import bees from elsewhere. It's a long, tedious buisness that takes several weeks for what a handful of bees can do in a day.
Signs of the times, folks.
Synnie24 January 2008 at 5:53pmPosts: 4169 (0 today)Status: offline
At least they can keep their handies ready in their pockets and report, how its going, hehe.
What a bad joke. . .