Alien Invasion

Sunday, July 23, 2006
I've seen what I thought were some pretty big yellow jacket nests, waste basket size, and once visited a house where one wall was occupied by bees and leaking honey, but I've never seen anything like this. Giant nests perplex experts.

8 comments:

terrye said...

That is like a horror movie.

David Thomson said...

I'm contacting Mulder and Scully immediately. The end is near.

Buddy Larsen said...

the dragons are back, just over the horizon--

blert said...

Is that the Green Hornet?

Eric Blair said...

Like something out of Lovecraft. Gawd.

Knucklehead said...

No doubt this is tied to some nefarious plot cooked up by Dow Chemical and Archer-Daniel-Midland and when unraveled will fully 'splain why the ShrubHitler refused to sign Kyoto.

As for...

"We're not really sure how this multiple queen thing works," Ray said. "It could be that the daughters of the original queen don't leave the nest or that the queens have developed some way to cooperate."

all I can say is what a Eureka moment there, Ray! Wecome to the 21st Century where the queen's daughters never leave the nest and the whole lot of the perfidious females learn to cooperate send the drones out to build ever larger nests. The guys a regular freakin' Einstein, ain't he.

Seneca the Younger said...

I am really curious if there isn't a one-site mutation that would account for this.

Knucklehead said...

Oh, no, StY, it is happening in a lot of different places! ;)