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04 October 2017

Bees Don't Lie

"The colony collapse disorder has occurred concurrently on four continents within a very short time frame. If the reason was biological or chemical, there would be a pattern of epidemic spread – we would be able to trace the spread of bee disappearance or Colony Collapse Disorder from a source similar to the spread of SARS a few years ago. That is not the case. The condition has hit each continent at roughly the same time. That would mean the cause has to have hit the continents at the same time as well. Mobile phones meet that criterion." - George Carlo

Bees Don't Lie
by Jason Bawden-Smith, emfwarriors.com, posted 4 October 2017

‘If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, nor more animals, no more man.’ Canadian Bee Journal in 1941

Einstein famously said that if the bees disappear, we disappear. I want to briefly widen your view beyond humanity. Because EMFs don’t only do damage to humans – they damage all living things. In particular, EMFs damage bees. And unfortunately, damage to bees has big repercussions for us – no living thing is an island, we are all interconnected.

Bees are some of the hardest working creatures on the planet, responsible for pollinating about one-sixth of all flowering plant species worldwide, and approximately 400 different agricultural types of plants. Pollination is the process in which pollen from the male part of a flower is applied to the female part of a flower, allowing the plant to create a seed, nut or fruit – to grow new plants. Now, many plants can use the wind to pollinate, but more often than not, animal intervention is needed. Without bees, our everyday food supply would diminish: it’s estimated that at least one-third of our staple foods would no longer be available.

Here’s the scary thing with regards to bees and EMFs. An experiment done in Sweden exposed some bee hives to mobile phone radiation for 10 minutes a day for 10 days, and others to none. The control hives, the unaffected ones, were fine. The bees from the hives exposed to the radiation eventually didn’t come back – leaving their queen, eggs and immature worker bees without food. The colonies eventually collapsed and the hives died.

This experiment was repeated 83 times and the results were similar. Dr George Carlo, who headed the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association’s $25 million mobile phone research project, made this comment about bees:

The colony collapse disorder has occurred concurrently on four continents within a very short time frame. If the reason was biological or chemical, there would be a pattern of epidemic spread – we would be able to trace the spread of bee disappearance or Colony Collapse Disorder from a source similar to the spread of SARS a few years ago. That is not the case. The condition has hit each continent at roughly the same time. That would mean the cause has to have hit the continents at the same time as well. Mobile phones meet that criterion.

So what’s going to happen to our friendly bees when EMFs penetrate all natural environments all over the world? I think you can join the dots. Bees are a single point of failure for humanity. If they go, we go too.

What can we do? After visiting emfwarriros.com most of you will know what you can do personally to avoid the harmful effects of living in a technologically connected world. But what about the rest of the planet? I recommend, firstly, that you subscribe to the website to stay posted on trends. Next, share this blog, join our closed face book group and share the message. If we all do our bit, even a little bit, a great army emerges.

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