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I think I know whats killing the bees

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posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 04:54 AM
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Here's a great video on Colony Collapse...





posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 04:58 AM
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Such an important Topic,

So ignored with global consequences.

Did you know the USA would need to employ 300 Million workers to pollinate all the crops eaten in the US if bees died out this season?

If they did not there would with no question at all, this is not science fiction, be famine and near ecological collopse of the food chain the following year.

some of the threads in the following collation there is more research and evidense to support the Antenna Factor.

Bees see in very differant way to humans, and it seesm they cant get their coordination right, this seems for some time now to have been proved as the OP shows to at least be affected by the ELF, EM waves everywhere.

The pesticide issue seems from research I have done and others to have been limited to the partiocular Bayer Pesticide that was used within France, which may have got into the gene pool and affected large parts of Europe.

As that pesticide was not available in the USA it could reflect the apparent dichotomy that occured when nearly all the british hives went down , but reports of fine hives occured in America.

However in the years that followed this event, and Monsanto, Bayer using this pesticide in Europe the effect is now been seen in the USA and canada and south america etc... so there is a worldwide trigger in this issue, and it cant be one thing like pesticide as the results dont support this.

A couple of weeks ago AshleyD, kindly removed the Old Bees thread, as an Ex member and me collated all the Bees topics into a Thread Resource a few years ago, and I helped her update it as per my signature.

There is much much on this subject there for you OP to look into, I hope many take the time to read through some of the more indepth threads of which there are a few and some members have done fantastic research.

I will u2u Ashley and get the thread updated to include this one OP, and cleaned up with any new info on this. I have lots of external links, very interesting on this I need to BB-code first and so will get them to her this Easter.

Disappearing Bees Thread index

OP as said an Photo would be absolutely fantastic, also can you ask your freind what specific frequency this dish was on? Was it the microwave ones, I assume as you say Net stuff, Microwave Sat bouncers?

There are some locally I will get to one that is similair if you can give me the frequency ranges, from your informant.

Kind Regards,

Elf



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 05:24 AM
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Originally posted by audas
The Bee issue was resolved several months ago - it was from an israeli virus - actually I think it may have been linked further to an Australian virus

earthhopenetwork.net...

cheers,
audas.



the 'Link' is tenuous at best,
at least your article suggests so in so many words:
Snip from your linked article:


In a news conference Thursday, the scientists said that their findings do not definitively identify the IAPV virus as the cause of colony collapse disorder.

"I hope no one goes away with the idea that we�ve actually solved the problem," said Pettis.
"We still have a great deal of research to do to resolve why bees are dying."



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 05:26 AM
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I don't have anything to back it up, but i remember hearing somewhere (probably here) that high fructose corn syrup could be killing the bees.they give it to them now instead of sugar because it is cheaper.(probably is GMO also) That said I live in Hawaii and i have bees frequent my house. I also have a wireless router.in the morning lots of times there are alot of bees hovering (buzzing) above the general area where i have the router.also i frequently find seeminly lost/confused/possibly dying bees in my yard (location of router).I also think chemtrails are a likely factor,seeing as how they are nation/worldwide.- Mainly wanted to add high fructose corn syrup to thread though- Aloha! P.S. Also HAARP and other antenna arrays could be contributing- Ithink we need Jesse Ventura to do a show on bees- LMAO


[edit on 26-3-2010 by theyrout2getus]



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 05:52 AM
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Thx for posting this info OP.

Just another example of why God had ordered stupid homo sapiens Adam not to pick and eat from the tree of knowledge. He would just harm himself and his surroundings with that knowledge / technologies.

Ko3



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 06:07 AM
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If we had a real government and not a fake one this wouldn't be happening. What about chemtrails? Are chemtrails affecting the bees.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 06:22 AM
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Originally posted by munkey66
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probably because Australia has one of the worst connections around, you lose reception as soon as you leave the city.


That's not true =| I live in rural Australia, and my internet is fine. Our internet isn't as fast as America's apparently, but it's not horribly slow as some seem to think.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 07:26 AM
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here is a thread I did a while back about the same thing. It was cell towers in the article, but I would guess it's the same thing your friend is talking about. Most towers lease space to RF companies mounting their antennas on them. I hope somebody figures it out before it's too late.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 07:35 AM
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I have a question. Where are the dead bees? Are they just dissappearing or are they dying somewhere? It is one of the questions I have had about this for quite a while but have never really come across the answer when researching.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 07:42 AM
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When he said network dishes, I took it to mean internet satellite dishes, the ones that both receive and transmit an internet signal (like the ones from Hughes Net). I don't know how common they are around the world, but in the U.S. they're pretty common in rural areas, the same type of areas that would need bees to pollinate crops. They also haven't been around that long, I would say roughly the same time as colony collapse disorder started.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:26 AM
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It's a big problem here in the UK, bee colony collapse syndrome i think the term is,this could be a reason they are dieing,maybe there attracted to the frequency given off by ANY mast and they get to close and basically get microwaved?
I have a friend who works the phone masts but he is so ignorant of the dangers he is exposing himself to let alone Bee's,he laughs about hugging the transmitting nodes when there on because they are warm but i tell him he's cooking himself from the inside out but he's so thick he dont care.

seems you dont have to be a genius to work on these masts when there is an obvious danger when they are on!
study after study says there harmless these studies are carried out by the company who invented the tech so it's bound to be in there favour.

yet more studies state there not that safe. there must be SOME ill effect from this tech IMHO.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:32 AM
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It's actually only the rural hives that are having problems here inthe UK. The urban ones are doing brilliantly. I should know, I live in the West Mids and know a couple of bee keepers. You can't get much more urban than the West Mids, unless you live in Central London. My point is, my friends' hives are fine.

I think this probably adds to the possibility that this is caused by insectocides etc, rather than transmission towers, as there are far more towers in urban areas and far less insectocides.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:36 AM
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Originally posted by hthjason
Great post!

I've never considered this possibility. Ironically, I have a friend that's apparently beating cancer who claims that the "wireless" tower nearby is the culprit of his illness.




I just watched a Bruce Lipton video called The New Biology and he describes how these waves only affect people negatively while under stress. As for the bees it probably is dropping them.

I also read somewhere that the pesticides don't kill them but basically erases their memory, they can't find their way back to the hive, and it leads to colony collapse disorder.

Scary S#it, I think 3 years after the bees is probably pretty accurate.

[edit on 26-3-2010 by someguy420]



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:36 AM
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these signals are probably messing us up as well; damn, I was seriously considering having a satellite dish installed that I wouldn't have to pay any monthly fees...damn it



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:44 AM
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Great thread my friend. I believe someone knows exactly what is killing off the bees. We will become dependent on the genetically modified food more and more as the natural process is phased out. Codex Alumentaris that was implemented at the end of 2009 will be utilized to ration needed vitamins and nutrients. We are screwed. Star and flagged.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:48 AM
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It would make sense that the bees would be uncontrollably attracted to the dishes due to the signal, but i'm thinking thats not what is killing but that the dishes only contribute. Its probably that the bees are so addicted to the signal that they don't eat and eventually end up dying from starvation. And therefore, this would not necessarily be the demise of humans unless "they" discover a frequency that humans can't resist and use it as a weapon, which I don't see happening. I do think you are right on with the dish attracting the bees though.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:52 AM
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Its my opinion that no matter what is causing this bee colony collapse disorder, we are probably only going to be left with dis-information. The true reasons, if they have actually been determined somewhere, will either never be published or if they are published, they will get shot down or never see the light of day. I have only heard about this happening to European honey bees. Has anyone heard about this happening to native wild bees or African hybrid bees? What about other pollinators like wasps, hornets, flies, beetles, ants, butterflies moths and other insects. If it is only the European bees suffering this, these were never in the New World until they were brought here, apparently there were enough pollinators before that. Although I have noticed that every species of plant has its own pollinators, the European bee may be the best one for our crop plants. However, many crops like corn, depend on wind or gravity dispersion of their pollen and not so much on insects. We might be able to do without the European honey bee if that is the only pollinator with CCD. Perhaps we should look at this as another "canary in the coal mine" warning of something worse yet to come.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:56 AM
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Yes, the combination of pesticides and GM crops has, in effect, made bees hyper-sensitive to certain frequencies. I think they will find that certain chemicals combined with certain frequencies is a lethal combination.

But they better figure this out quick.



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 08:59 AM
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Originally posted by jackflap
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I believe someone knows exactly what is killing off the bees. We will become dependent on the genetically modified food more and more as the natural process is phased out.


Dead bees Were an inside job? I kid I kid
For real though Once you get so far into the tunnel, these things seem to make more and more sense, this is not something I have thought of but at this point it seems that the line between natural disaster and precision attack is getting pretty blurry.

I know all the dangers of GMO's and I'm not defending them whatsoever, in fact I fear that the terminator gene trait could spread to other plant types, but once they pop out of the ground you couldn't tell the difference between GMO and Non GMO. They still have to be pollinated.

grab a cottonball



posted on Mar, 26 2010 @ 09:00 AM
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Originally posted by MichiganSwampBuck
Its my opinion that no matter what is causing this bee colony collapse disorder, we are probably only going to be left with dis-information. The true reasons, if they have actually been determined somewhere, will either never be published or if they are published, they will get shot down or never see the light of day. I have only heard about this happening to European honey bees. Has anyone heard about this happening to native wild bees or African hybrid bees? What about other pollinators like wasps, hornets, flies, beetles, ants, butterflies moths and other insects. If it is only the European bees suffering this, these were never in the New World until they were brought here, apparently there were enough pollinators before that. Although I have noticed that every species of plant has its own pollinators, the European bee may be the best one for our crop plants. However, many crops like corn, depend on wind or gravity dispersion of their pollen and not so much on insects. We might be able to do without the European honey bee if that is the only pollinator with CCD. Perhaps we should look at this as another "canary in the coal mine" warning of something worse yet to come.



As if this wasnt complicated enough. You had to go and throw all that into the mix.. Sheesh!



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