5G Earth Day Countdown, More Wireless! How Do The Bees Vote?

5G Earth Day Countdown, More Wireless! How Do The Bees Vote? By Patricia Burke for Natural Blaze

GNN Note – I believe it was Benjamin Franklin that said if we lost the bee population food production would end in 4 years. Let that sink in a minute, especially in light of Bill Gates now being the largest owner for farm land in the U.S. / END

How do bees feel about 5G?  – a dozen thoughts…

1 – The Insect Inspector – 5G Licensed to Kill. “The Insect Inspector investigates what you are not being told about the 5G grid…dismissing the link of insect decline to invisible wireless radiation is an easy option. But all the signs point to a strong connection between the two. From bugs to birdsong, small things disappearing easily escape our notice, but Insects make our life possible. Their destruction breaks a vital link in the food chain. It’s critical to postpone the rollout of what scientists, environmental groups, doctors and citizens see as a potentially toxic infrastructure without a public debate. We must not blindly accept every technological development especially one we are tricked into thinking as Green. Let us not sleepwalk towards an insect armageddon that may herald our own.”

3 – Wireless Silent Spring, Wireless Technology Acts as an Environmental Toxin Also Silencing Nature “Wireless Silent Spring, published in the October 2018 issue of the Santa Clara County Medical Association Bulletin…discusses the scientific evidence and observations regarding the impacts of wireless technology on the environment including birds, bees, amphibians and plants. Scientists have discovered that many animals use the Earth’s low energy magnetic field to navigate and that the increase in manmade artificial pulsed electromagnetic fields interferes with bird and bee navigation. The resonance effect explains why 5G technology is especially harmful to insects. These are among the many aspects of wireless radiation impacts on natural biologic processes described in the article.” [i]

4 – The Environmental Health Trust provides an overview of scientific research regarding the environmental impacts of radiofrequency exposures on bees, and more, here: [ii]

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