This documentary from Andalucian television exposes fully the toxic nature of the radiation which we are now being exposed to continually, the greatest threat to humanity and the environment which we face. A must view, including footage from the US embassy affair in the sixties. Quite a lot of it is in English for those of you who don’t understand Spanish
Posts Tagged ‘disappearing bees’
Posted by seumasach on November 30, 2014
Posted by seumasach on August 26, 2013
La multiplication des réseaux d’ondes électromagnétiques peut-elle avoir une incidence sur la survie des abeilles?
Cela paraît impensable, mais des études scientifiques au protocole strict ont démontré que ce réseautage avait des effet néfastes. Des champs électromagnétiques externes provoquent une contraction des petits cristaux de magnétite (Fe3O4) que les hyménoptères utilisent pour s’orienter.
Posted by seumasach on June 4, 2013
There have been petitions in Europe to save the Bee population due to Insecticides. However everyone is ignoring another Bee Killer – EMF’s.
Posted by seumasach on April 25, 2013
22nd April, 2013
Following are the abstracts of the five presentations delivered at the 9th National Congress on Electrosmog which took place in Bern, the Swiss capital, on 20 April 2013. The texts are those which appeared before the Congress on the site of the conference organizer, Gigaherz (www.gigaherz.ch).
Posted by seumasach on March 1, 2013
1st March, 2013
Next-up a publié cet article le 7 février 2013. Dr. Favre donnera une conférence sur “Influence des ondes électromagnétiques sur le comportement des abeilles” lors du 9e Congrès national de l’électrosmog à Berne le 20 avril 2013. Dr. Favre est aussi membre du Comité de l’ARA (Association romande alerte aux ondes électromagnétiques), Morges, Suisse. Voici l’étude du Dr. Favre, publié en anglais en 2011 dans le journal “Apidologie”. Voir aussi ce document par Ulrich Warnke, “La destruction de la nature par l’électrosmog : des abeilles, des oiseaux et des hommes” (2007).
Posted by seumasach on February 23, 2013
21st February, 2013
Plants could turn out to be one of the more chatty organisms. Recent studies have shown they can communicate with a surprising range of cues. Now it turns out they could be sending out electrical signals, too.
Posted by seumasach on February 19, 2013
RESONANCE is a sensational eye-opening documentary that reveals the harm we are doing by existing in an ocean of man made wireless frequencies.
Under 3% of the Global population was using cellphones in the mid eighties whereas today, about 99% of people use cellphones on a daily basis. In the last 25 years, species endowed with a magnetic sense have declined significantly. Bee populations are highly affected and have dropped by up to 70% worldwide, 35 Species of Australian shore-bird population decreased to up to 75%, all European grassland butterflies declined 50%. Bees pollinate over 90% of the world’s plants! Cellphones could end up costing us civilization itself.
Posted by seumasach on January 20, 2013
17th January, 2013
A Congress that you should not miss will take place Saturday, 20 April 2013 at the Hotel Bern in the Swiss capital. From 9.30 to 17.30, the presenters will give diverse public lectures on the influence of electromagnetic waves from mobile telephony on living organisms. The speakers, coming from Brazil, Sweden, Italy and Switzerland, will also answer questions from the public.
Posted by seumasach on November 10, 2012
5th November, 2012
A court in Zutphen, Netherlands has annulled a permit for a UMTS antenna due to beekeeping activities in the area. The Winterswijk municipality gave KPN the permit to build the tower in November 2010. Five local residents filed an appeal against the permit, and the court found that the city did not motivate its decision well enough to show there would be no negative consequences from the cell site. One of the residents keeps bees around 80m from the proposed site; in the appeal against the site, he pointed to research in Germany and Switzerland on the effects of electromagnetic radiation on bees. The city pointed to other research showing bee deaths related to other factors and said the radiation in this case would be much less than in the German research. However the court found that the city needed to provide more concrete sources of research to sustain its argument and it could not be ruled out that the site would have an effect on the bees.
Posted by seumasach on October 26, 2012
Alliance for Natural Health
24th October, 2012
See also ITNT archive: Disappearing Bees
Pesticides are a major contributor to bee colony collapsedisorder (CCD), according to governments and the scientific community. But are they too quick to dismiss a link between CCD and electromagnetic radiation (EMR) from mobile phones and other sources?
Posted by seumasach on July 25, 2012
23rd July, 2012