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From Metal to Fibre

Inevitably we are moving from Metal back to Nature - realising that all that glitters is not gold. Uniquely we still all desire huge pots of gold, so expect to see Monsanto or another such golddigger 'patent' the bumblebee. Or maybe they will patent the : fast growing, no flower pollination needing, foodstock.

Then who needs the bumblebee anyway?

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2007/04/17/bumblebee_crisis/

Notice how everyone is talking about bumblebees now - first the fact that mobile masts and phones are destroying their colonies, to the fact that their pollen source is deteriorating.
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