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Archive for April 27th, 2007

People Disappearing Like Bees

Posted by dowbrigade on 27th April 2007

Anti-WifiladyNo, she’s NOT a beekeeper. This woman believes that her bizarre headgear can save her from the dangerous electrosmog all around us. Can she possibly be right?

Before knocking on Sarah Dacre’s door, I take the precaution of checking my mobile phone. It’s switched off, as she has requested.

Sarah, 51, is one of a growing band of people who claim to be experiencing extreme – and incapacitating – sensitivity to electrical appliances, as well as to certain frequencies of electromagnetic waves.

“Wi-Fi, or wireless broadband networks, seem to be the worst thing,” she says.

from the Daily Mail

Is it just a coincidence that this get up resembles nothing so much as a beekeeper’s headgear at a time when ALL OUR BEES ARE MISSING. And why are the bees missing? Because of the VERY SAME electromagnetic waves the brain protector is designed to protect you from! Maybe we will have to design little tiny versions of this protective netting for the bees to wear!

Bus seriously, the Dowbrigade thinks this is a habit that could catch on. Something like a new age Hijab, the controversial, cutting edge Muslim women’s head covering. The word Hijab comes from the Arabic word “hajaba” meaning to hide from view or conceal. It could also mean “protect”. With echoes of the Western bridal veil, and the ever-attractive nurse’s mask, we can see a whole new world of head-swathing high fashion.

This should be a time when fashion follows function. Some sort of protection from all of that electromagnetic radiation is urgently needed. We weren’t designed to be bombarded with microwaves, wifi, radio, phone, television frequencies, not to mention x-rays, intense magnetic fields, power transmission bleedoff, gamma rays and whatever they’re using in airports these days.

We fear that without products like this protective mesh, humans will soon be dropping like bees, driving around with no sense of direction, unable to find their way back to the hive or find food, eventually dying in their cars one by one, never to be heard from again.

The Dowbrigade will try to find out if this form of self-preservation is commercially available. If it isn’t, we suspect it will be soon. What did the beekeepers know that the rest of us didn’t?

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