EMF damages chitin – the missing link to bee deaths and monarch butterfly declines? Will the Smart Grid, 5G, and Project Loon finish the bees?
smartmeterharm.org, 8 August 2016
Steep recent declines in bee and butterfly populations have alarmed biologists and the public. Parasites have caused recent devastating impacts to bees.
Why is chitin important?
Chitin, the second most important natural polymer in the world,…
Chitin, the second most abundant natural polymer in the world, functions as a natural structural polysaccharide [A major component of the carapaces, crusts and shells of crustaceans such as shrimps, crabs and lobsters, it is also an ingredient of cell walls in fungi and yeast..
Chitin is isolated from the exoskeletons of crustaceans, molluscs, insects and certain fungi. [i]
Bees’ and other insects’ bodies are covered by an exoskeleton of small, movable plates of chitin. The ‘veins’ in insect wings are chitin. Chitin is part of the cell walls. .[ii] This is a critically important material.
…many “critters” on the low end of the food chain rely upon “chitin” a particularly amazing organic chain molecule with structural, optical properties, and even the ability to as a sensory device for various electro-magnetic energies.
But what is most interesting to me, is that chitin is a particularly effective bio-concentrator for man made radiation and heavy metals.
Chitin is particularly strong with its chemical bonds, most acids cannot destroy chitin. But radiation is also particularly good at destroying the chitin bonds, thus destroying the chitin.
So radiation is destroying the basis of the ocean food chain.
Curiously enough, bees and butterflies also use chitin in their structures and functional features. Damage to chitin exoskeleton makes it easier for parasites to get in, and that is a main cause of bee deaths…[iii]
If you damage or destroy the chitin, these insects and sea creatures are defenseless or dead. Reproduction will stop. Extinction is probable.
The article from Nuke Professional below[iv] outlines the impact to chitin from ionizing radiation. Radioactive contamination of air and ocean especially from Fukushima, as well as from nuclear plants’ regular emissions, and nuclear waste worldwide, is having devastating impacts. This includes the effects to ocean creatures which have chitin.
Can the EMF from cell phones, cell towers, Wi-Fi, Smart Meters and wireless devices also damage chitin?
This research was published recently, posted by Dr. Joel Moskowitz of UC Berkeley.[v]
On a Possible Mechanism of the Effect of Microwave Radiation on Biological Macromolecules[vi]
Nikiforov VN, Ivanov AV, Ivanova EK, Tamarov KP, Oksengendler BL. [On a Possible Mechanism of the Effect of Microwave Radiation on Biological Macromolecules].Â Biofizika. 2016 Mar-Apr;61(2):255-8. [Article in Russian]
A model describing the process of dissociation of hydrogen bonding in water clusters when irradiated by electromagnetic field in the microwave range is suggested. The model is also applicable for the case of rupture of the covalent bond of the water molecule cluster. If the energy absorption occurs at the interface of water and polymer clusters (e.g., DNA, chitosan), degradation of the polymer chain is possible.
From the beginning of Smart Meter deployments, people have witnessed odd bee behavior, bee disappearance, and bee deaths. Impacts to bees from EMF and RF were the subject of “Bees, Birds and Mankind: Destroying Nature by Electrosmog” translated to English in 2007
FCC proposes 5G with even higher frequencies which are closer to ionizing radiation and have more power to break chemical bonds. Space-based Wi-Fi plans such as Project Loon will completely blanket the earth in these frequencies.
Humans can’t survive without bees and other pollinators.
Some experts warn that the ongoing Fukushima disaster will cause an extinction level event (ELE).
Will the Internet of Things and 5G cause a double ELE?