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    Honey, at home: Phillips urban beehive shrinks your ecological footprint, increases h

    It's a first-world issue: running out of honey when we need just a little more to sweeten up that bowl of oatmeal or cup of coffee. What we need is a constant supply of the golden stuff, and Philips has thankfully come up with this urban beehive to provide precisely that. It's the latest addition to the company's germaphobe-unfriendly "microbial home" concept. The system is half flowerpot, half hive, with bees able to travel between flower pollination and your domestic honey factory their honeycomb house. Honey can be 'tapped' from the base, with a smoking system in place to "calm the bees" before opening the hive. Now, if Philips could fashion something to keep us in a constant supply of maple syrup, then maybe even bakery dreams have a future, after all. Gallery: Philips Urban Beehive concept


    Honey, at home: Phillips urban beehive shrinks your ecological footprint, increases holes on belt originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 10 Nov 2011 13:18:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.
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    I said in search of my botni, not in search of my bhootni. Please stop sending me PMs.
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