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Sunday, January 06, 2008

The Vanishing of the Bees

Bees crawl all over my body. I sit in the mud of a road embankment, watching the throngs that have landed on my legs. At the peak of one knee, three worker bees stand in urgent conference, sniffing: They stroke one another rapidly with their antennae, which house their organs of smell.

All around them, their sisters tumble. Pairs of bees seize each other around their minuscule midsections and wrestle. Others go about their private business in the midst of the crowd, using their forelegs to groom their furry faces and long tongues.

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The bees have been dying. Find out why this needs our attention.

The Film 'The Vanishing of the Bees"

Lawsuit Against Splenda Moves Forward

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Straight to the Source

A federal court has rejected a request for summary judgment in a lawsuit regarding claims of false advertising for the artificial sweetener Splenda. This means that the case will go ahead as planned.

The plaintiff in the case is the Sugar Association, which has long claimed that Splenda's marketing slogan - "Made from sugar so it tastes like sugar" -- is being used to make consumers believe that the artificial sweetener contains natural sugar.

The manufacturers of Splenda (Johnson & Johnson, representing its subsidiary firm McNeil Nutritionals), requested a summary judgment on the grounds that the plaintiffs had unreasonably delayed bringing suit. This request was rejected, and the claims against Johnson & Johnson will be heard by a jury at a trial, which is now scheduled to begin on January 29, 2008.


December 11, 2007