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Honey, where are the bees?

Posted by smeddum on October 26, 2009

In the West, despite the work of scientists like Ulrike Warnke, everything is being done to keep the EM connection to CCD out of the news. Do we have some kind of death wish? To cover up our own imminent demise would appear to be the last word in decadence. Fortunately, the emergence of countries like India from the tutelage of the West is providing us with a lifeline, but can they save us from ourselves? Perhaps not, but let’s hope that, at least, they can save themselves.

See also:

ITNT Archive: Disappearing Bees

Honey, where are the bees?
KOUNTEYA SINHA & ARUN RAM TIMES NEWS NETWORK ,

TOI Crest 24 October 2009,

TimesofIndia

Not so long ago, many communities in India believed that a honeybee buzzing next to one’s ears heralded good news, some said it meant a missive

was on its way. As time went by, cellular phones made that kind of anxious wait redundant. Then, one day, when the bees stopped troubling people, no one noticed it. Read the rest of this entry »

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Electronic smog ‘is disrupting nature on a massive scale’

Posted by smeddum on September 7, 2008

As I have said before the USDA has given no details on its experiments, and that in itself leaves its scupper of the influence of emf on bees open to question. CCD has been described as a conglomerate of everything that attacks bees, and it is not clear, and indeed not defined, what parameters and what places these experiments were conducted.
The Independent then comes up with a so-called expert on sparrows who does not address the issue at all as though magnetite did not exist in sparrows 

New study blames mobile phone masts and power lines for collapse of bee colonies and decline in sparrows

By Geoffrey Lean, Environment Editor Independent
Sunday, 7 September 2008

AP
Bees are able to change the polarity of their antennae at will. It is believed that that it is this that enables them to navigate using the Earth’s magnetic forces Read the rest of this entry »

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Scottish Bee Industry at risk through dual threat

Posted by smeddum on July 1, 2008

The Press and Journal
MP demands urgent action to protect bees
Published: 01/07/2008

One wonders how long they can keep up the official story that CCD is unexplained.

” Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke, a biological scientist at Saarland University, can demonstrate
this on a firm basis in his most recent publication Bees, Birds and People, The

Destruction of Nature as a result of ‘Electrosmog’. His findings are the result of his own

research over a decade, a superior overview of the state of international research,

however, above all the realisation of verifiable mechanisms which have a disorientating
and damaging effect on the bees. ” Source

The UK Government has been called on to do more to combat the risks facing Scottish bees. Danny Alexander, MP for Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey, yesterday tabled an early day motion calling for action.
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The salmon are disappearing

Posted by smeddum on June 21, 2008

Salmon like honeybees are affected by electromagnetic forces. ( see article)

Like the honeybees, salmon are disappearing. Apparently they are getting lost, and unable to return home, another similarity they have with the honeybees.

See EoE Archives on disappearing bees

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