Today's New York Times has a piece on the Colony Collapse Disorder that is plaguing 27 states and counting. According to the Apiary Inspectors of America, billions of honeybees have died. So far. And there's still little indication as to what's causing it.
A team of entomologists and other scientists are earnestly investigating, but it will take time to figure it out. However, the most likely suspect at this point is not cellphone radiation - surprise, surprise - but a pesticide developed by Bayer called imidacloprid. It's sold under the brand name Gaucho. France banned it back in 1999, despite heated objections from Bayer, because their bee population was collapsing because of exposure to imidacloprid. If it does end up being the primary cause of the bee population collapse, it's another example of why multinational corporations can't be trusted to act in the public's best interest, and should be heavily regulated in areas like this.
In case things get really bad, though, you might want to pick up some duct tape and plastic sheeting on the way home tonight. Just in case.