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Dead Bees Fall From Sky While Driving....

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posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:36 PM
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Ok, so a few people asked me to post this, and I normally wouldn't post on a subject like this, but my wife asked me to as well.

Today, around 1:45 this afternoon, it was a bit cloudy out (not overcast, just hazy) and cool, but the sun was out and you could feel the warmth from it. My wife and kids were driving back from visiting me at work, and my wife and 4yo both describe the following events in perfect detail:

- The van got gradually hotter, but in a very short period of time. Not the engine, nothing wrong with the workings of the van, but it got hot enough for my 4yo to feel very uncomfortable.
- At the same time, little black balls started falling from the sky on the van in what my 4yo describes as "black rain". As my wife was driving 50mph, she could make out what looked to be BEES.
- This entire period lasted for about 1.5-2 minutes in total, but both my wife and my son were very clear about how hot it got. Just as fast as it got that hot, they said it cooled back off.

Now, I am normally skeptical of things like this, so of course I asked:

- Was there a fire nearby?
- Was there a window open that the heat from the engine could have been blowing back in?
- Were you driving by any refineries or big plants or anything?
- Did you get a picture?

- Are you sure?


She gets mad when she doesn't think I am taking her seriously because she normally does not believe in anything I tell her about from this site, that is of course until it shows up in the mass media a day or two later. When I asked if she took a picture she said - "Do you really think I'm going to stop the van at 50mph on a two lane road to get out and see if I can get a picture of bees that may or may not be dead with our children waiting in the van?" Nuff said.

What I didn't realize when she told me about this, and what I later came to find out about, was that there were millions of dead fish not too far from here that showed up TODAY, and a massive solar flare last night that even though it wasn't pointed directly at Earth, I do believe there is some unseen energy or by-product that is impacting things and was a bit concerned about what happened to my wife and kids.

All feedback is appreciated, but please don't start flaming or trolling.

~Namaste




posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:42 PM
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If the ocean starts boiling...then it may be time to start worrying just a little...




posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:51 PM
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Solar flare was the first thing that came to mind but that would probably only be significant if it was enough to make it past our magnetosphere.
On a side note, we had a good size snow storm a couple weeks ago and I was surprised to find a dead bumble bee on top of the snow... which I've never any bees this time of year in our NW region.



posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 11:57 PM
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posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 12:03 AM
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This is a new one for me. I can only guess, the EPA or exterminator, may have poisoned a killer bee swarm.
I know they can be very large and dangerous around people. My best guess.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 12:23 AM
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i didn't really think of it till you brought it up, but i had my dogs in my truck this afternoon...i had something to do from 1:00 to 2:00, and left them in. The windows were down at least 5 inches on each side. It was cold enough for me to put on a jacket as i did my errand, and no snow was melting. When i went to let the dogs out at 2:00, it was like an oven in there!!! felt like it was july!! ????? who knows if there is any correlation

good luck

(mine was eastern time zone)



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 12:54 AM
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Just a theory here, but the way things heated up in the vehicle and then cooled off, combined with the dead bees, brought to mind a localized focus of HAARP. Yeah, I know. People are sick of HAARP, but it could be...

I mean, HAARP is a resonance weapon, and if it was focused there with harmonics that specifically targeted the bee signature, and that signature was close enough to some molecules in the air, it would likely heat up the air while killing bees.

Again, just a theory.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 01:19 AM
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Scalar waves are very possible, but with California and the dead fish, the bees, just very cautious about this right now. I don't want to say what came to mind regarding HAARP and California.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 01:24 AM
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where I'm from, it's a criminal offence to leave an animal in the car. No matter what season, plus it's just cruel.

Offtopic but hey.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 01:27 AM
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If you are driving freeway speeds how can you tell if the bees were doa or just flying in the path of the vehicle?



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 01:37 AM
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Originally posted by Unity_99
reply to post by Amaterasu
 


Scalar waves are very possible, but with California and the dead fish, the bees, just very cautious about this right now. I don't want to say what came to mind regarding HAARP and California.


They're saying it's a lack of oxygen, reporting that the water had virtually zero ox. Unknown whether HAARP could produce that, though. If not, I have to wonder why the ox went to such a low level.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 01:42 AM
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"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, no more animals, no more man," said Albert Einstein." If this is true I hope we either go all at once or that I am gone in the first wave. The death of humanity would be too much for any person to witness. So while we are all still here, let's try to go out in style and love and care for one another like we were meant to do. God be with us, especially those who do not believe. And if I am wrong at least I went out with faith in my heart.
edit on 3/9/1111 by 1MrMarc because: forgot to grammer check.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:12 AM
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Originally posted by SonOfTheLawOfOne
- The van got gradually hotter, but in a very short period of time. Not the engine, nothing wrong with the workings of the van, but it got hot enough for my 4yo to feel very uncomfortable.
- At the same time, little black balls started falling from the sky on the van in what my 4yo describes as "black rain". As my wife was driving 50mph, she could make out what looked to be BEES.
I take it the can doesn't have a digital thermometer display or you would have mentioned how hot it got? Some people think an outdoor temperature of 80 is hot (and it can seem much hotter due to the greenhouse effect if you're inside a van), some people think 110F is hot. So hot is a relative term.

It doesn't seem inconceivable to me that bees could die of dehydration if they unexpectedly flew into some excessive heat and were some distance from a water source.

And the heat could have a lot of sources but no reason to rule out mother nature and a warm front or something.

But I don't think anybody can do anything but guess based on the info you provided. If it happened in CA, it wasn't caused by HAARP, I can tell you that much.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 03:54 AM
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Originally posted by Arbitrageur

If it happened in CA, it wasn't caused by HAARP, I can tell you that much.


And what do you base that on? Given that the array can focus energy to any spot on the planet, I can't imagine where you got that from.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 08:33 AM
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A swarm of bees produces it own heat. If the swarm were large enough you would notice the temperature difference.
Where where you when this happened?



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 11:58 AM
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?why, my dogs love the truck...i can understand in the summer but, really?



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 01:26 PM
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H.A.A.R.P.




The purpose of HAARP is to research, both passively as well as actively, the behavior of the ionosphere. This is done by transmitting a focused beam of radio frequency energy, at between 2.8 and 10MHz, directly at a point in the ionosphere between 100 and 350 km in altitude, basically within the "E" layer. The energy focused in this area of the ionosphere lets the HAARP facility monitor the behavior of that area of the ionosphere during the test. It should be stated that although the facility's total transmitting power is 3.6 megawatts, only about 80% (2.8 megawatts) actually reaches the ionosphere due to antenna inefficiencies


It's funny, if you listen to people on hear, H.A.A.R.P. is the be all end all of doom, but if you spend 1 friggin minute googling, you can rest easy because it's almost all exclusively BS.




transmitting a focused beam of radio frequency energy, at between 2.8 and 10MHz, directly at a point in the ionosphere between 100 and 350 km in altitude


So no, they can't point it at any place on earth. Now if you want to talk about the undisclosed possible H.A.A.R.P. setups around the globe, then it becomes a little less sensational, but again, these apparently only exist on conspiracy forums.




Fluctuations in the magnetosphere are associated with auroral activity, commonly known as the "Northern Lights." Given that the sun causes fluctuations in the magnetosphere constantly and causes significant fluctuations during solar storms, the lack of a link between solar activity and earthquakes further calls into question a link beteen the magnetosphere and plate tectonics. Lacking documentation of a connection between the magnetosphere and tectonic stability, a connection between HAARP and earthquakes is speculation not based on science.


opps, can't cause earthquakes either.

H.A.A.R.P. is an interesting subject, it's just hard to talk about when people pass around misinformation offhand as facts. What it can actually do is something to worry about, not what it could maybe magically do on star trek.

Anyways, doubtful the Bee deaths have anything to do with this. It could be as simple as a warm period and then a cold snap.

Bees navigate via magnetic field like birds correct? Solar flare could effect that and put them off course.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:13 PM
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Not saying HAARP caused this, but to correct you HAARP can be directed at the ground because it bounces off of the Ionosphere and back down to the ground. Which is what people speculate can cause earthquakes. Did you know that if the ionized area of the ionosphere were to discharge it's energy to the ground after the HAARP was activated it would be a lightning bolt capable of taking out a small city. YOU might wanna do some more credible research other than "google", try research journals and google scholar.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:30 PM
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Hmm...I'm pretty sure that subjecting the membership to ANY part of "The Stupids" violates some kind of Terms and Conditions...I'm just not sure which one yet...


Seriously though, that is still the WORST movie I've ever seen. It's the only movie where I actually saw everyone walk out of it (actually happened) in the theater. And yes, I saw it in theaters (I got in free, so don't feel bad about it). Back in my days of knowing a guy who worked there, etc.



posted on Mar, 9 2011 @ 02:39 PM
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The bees did not "drop" out of the sky, you hit and killed them! Bees fly en-mass when they are moving across large distances, your vehicle drove through the swarm and you hit them going 50 mph. It's a bum deal but that is the truth.

Probably best not to tell the kiddies that mommy and daddy just killed bees.



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