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ITNT archive: Disappearing Bees

Posted by seumasach on October 8, 2009

India to study impact of mobile towers on birds, bees

Changes in honey bee behaviour and biology under the influence of cell phone radaiation

Check that tongue! Mobile phones buzz out honeybees

Proof by Omission

Why Vodaphone should not increase the power of its base stations

The Birds, the Bees and Electromagnetic Pollution-update

Bees and the Future of Food

Dr Carlo Speaks: Radiation Is Killing the Bees Despite the Cell Phone Industry’s Disinformation Campaign

Don’t Worry. Bee Happy. No pollination crisis, the new spin

The birds, the bees and electromagnetic pollution

The Birds , the Bees and Mankind

The disappearing bees: CCD and electromagnetic radiation

Bee losses this year at 37% in USA

Is CCD caused by pesticides?

Condemned Cells – Dramatic new facts on Honey bees dying

Effects of Electric Charges on Honeybees

Plight of bees threatens food production say MEPs

“Honey, the bees are shrinking!”

Electronic smog ‘is disrupting nature on a massive scale’

`Little Roar’ of Britain’s Bees Goes Silent as Colonies Die Off

Natural News “debunks” CCD

We need nature’s pollinators

Varroa Mite or Electromagnetic Fields? New Research into the Death of Bees

The Case of the Bees

Efectos de las Radiaciones Electromagenticas de la Telefonia Movil Sobre los Insectos

One Response to “ITNT archive: Disappearing Bees”

  1. Adrian Peirson said

    Check out the Latest from Alex Jones Radio here

    http://www.infowars.com/infowars.asx

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