Moonbat Scientists Prove That Beetles Don’t Like Rush Limbaugh

As the global warming farce confirms, science is not immune from the moonbattery that has been rotting away every aspect of our civilization. But research still produces breakthroughs. The latest: moonbats in lab coats have proven that other lower animals share their dislike of Rush Limbaugh. No, I’m not kidding:

Beetles are destroying ponderosa, pinyon, lodgepole pines and other trees important to the ecosystem. The beetles have their place in the ecosystem too, of course, but climate change and human activities have allowed beetles to take over more than they should.

Global warming causes beetles to eat trees! If you don’t believe it, refer to the Warmlist.

To combat such infestations, scientists thought up the “nastiest, most offensive sounds” they could. Those included recordings of Guns & Roses, Queen, Rush Limbaugh and manipulated versions of the insects’ own sounds.

The scientists then played these recordings near beetle-infested trees that they brought into a lab setting. The sounds disrupted tunneling, mating and reproduction for the beetles, making it harder for the insects to eat through the trees.

The solution to tree-eating beetles is obvious: blast Rush’s show through loudspeakers wherever there are trees.

Richard Hofstetter, an entomology professor at Northern Arizona University who worked on the project, told Discovery News that “the most annoying sound” his colleague, Reagan McGuire, “could think of was Rush Limbaugh or rock music.”

McGuire started to pump the sounds of Limbaugh into portions of infested tree trunks brought into their lab, but Hofstetter said McGuire “could not bear listening to Limbaugh, so he ended up playing Rush backwards, which still kept the voice and intonation the same, but the words were meaningless.”

This is actual scientific research, no doubt funded by your tax dollar, as reported by the “mainstream” media.

Just to remove any last doubt that the “researchers” are moonbats:

The obvious musical choice would seem to have been The Beatles, but the scientists believe actual beetles wouldn’t mind this band.

Hold on to your wallet…

Hofstetter said his team is currently seeking additional funding…

If they really wanted to know how insects feel about El Rushbo, they could have just asked Keith Olbermann.

On a tip from Weewilly. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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