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Originally posted by Kali74
I would love to know where the funding for this research came from.
Originally posted by 19KTankCommander
Maybe the alluminum is part of it but I can recal a study done about ten years ago about the bees and the effects of all the cell phone usage could be a possible link.
Maybe the combination of the two now are having a bigge effect.
Any thoughts on this?
Originally posted by angelchemuel
I am no scientist, but they used aluminium foil stuff during WWII to block radars so planes couldn't be detected. Now is it possible with the increase over the years of microwaves/wi-fi etc, that to make these 'systems' work thay have had to increase the aluminium in the sky? I know this sounds like that HAARP thing....but not knowing the full ins and outs of modern technology would this be a possibility, hence the link between cell phones and the aluminium?
“It’s unclear why the bees didn’t sense the aluminum,” said Meindl. “However, past studies show that the concentrations of aluminum found throughout blooms tend to be higher than concentrations of nickel. This suggests that the bees may be more tolerant or immune to its presence.”
Originally posted by luciddream
I thought according to some group of people that there is no such thing as pollution and earth will heal itself etc etc.... and human can do no damage to earth.
The influence of high-tension lines on honey bee colonies (Apis mellifica L.). Nectar and pollen rich plants are very often found in forest clearings through which high-tension cables run. Therefore hives of honey bees have been placed under high-tension lines to see how the colonies react. Control groups were placed in the same biotope, 60–800 m away from the test groups.
In the summers of 1964 and 1969 two experiments lasting 85 and 48 days respectively were carried out near Freiburg i. Br. Each year environmental conditions and the condition of the bees were different. The activity and the irritability of the bees in the area of the high-tension lines were significantly higher. In good weather and in pollen and nectar rich places the electrically induced hyper-activity usually obtained positive results (1964): The test bees under 110 000 volt lines collected twice as much nectar as the control bees but suffered a loss of gross weight. In the cool and rainy summer of 1969 bees under 220 000 volt lines manifested an abnormally increased irritability and a pathologically strong inclination to swarm. This was evidenced in a remarkably long four weeks period of “queen cell” building, and can be interpreted as a migratory reaction (Ortswechselreaktion).
Though not proven, it is highly probable that the concentration of the negative ions in the air, the strength of the electromagnetic field, and the weather explain the differences in the behaviour between the bees of the test and the control colonies. It is therefore proposed that bees which are often transferred from one feeding area to another not be placed under high-tension wires, but rather at a distance of 50–100 m from the intense electrical field.
Durch größere Waldungen führende Hochspannungsschneisen sind meist reich an Nektar und Pollen spendenden Pflanzen. Es wurde deshalb geprüft, wie Honigbienen reagieren, wenn man ihre Stöcke unter Fernleitungen aufstellt. 60–800 m abseits im gleichen Biotop stehende Völker dienten als Vergleich. Zwei 85 bzw. 48 Tage dauernde Versuche wurden im Sommer 1964 und 1969 nahe Freiburg i. Br. durchgeführt. In beiden Jahren waren die Umweltbedingungen und der Zustand der Versuchsvölker verschieden, Aktivität und Reizbarkeit der auf den Schneisen stehenden Völker signifikant erhöht. Diese durch Elektrizität stimulierte Motorik hat sich bei gutem Wetter und reichem Trachtangebot überwiegend positiv ausgewirkt (1964): Die Kontrollvölker sammelten doppelt soviel Honig wie die abseits der 110 OOC-Volt-Leitung stehenden Bienen, hatten jedoch gegenüber diesen Substanzverluste. In dem kühlen und regenreichen Sommer 1969 zeigten die Bienen unter der 220 000-Volt-Leitung eine ungewöhnliche Reizbarkeit und einen pathologisch überhöhten Schwarmtrieb, der sich in vier Wochen andauerndem Ansetzen von Weiselzellen äußerte und in diesem Fall als Ortswechselreaktion gedeutet werden kann.
Es ist hochwahrscheinlich, jedoch nicht durch Messungen belegt, daß die Anreicherung der Luft mit negativen Ionen und die Stärke des elektromagnetischen Feldes neben dem Wetter die erwiesenen Unterschiede im Verhalten der Kontroll- und Vergleichsvölker erklären. Es wird empfohlen, die Wanderbienen nicht unter Hochspannungsleitungen, sondern 50–100 m von diesen entfernt aufzustellen.
Monsanto is already on its way to owning most of the seeds on the planet. They are replacing the natural spirit made food with Monsanto made frankenfood. They now also want to own the means of pollinating the food. Their frankenfoods that produce pesticides are believed by beekeepers to be killing the honey bees. Monsanto’s solution to the colony collapse disorder is to replace God’s honeybees with Monsanto’s genetically modified bees that are resistant to all the pesticide producing food they make
Originally posted by burntheships
reply to post by Bedlam
So....you may wish to explain a bit more....
Although aluminum is the most abundant metal in the earth's crust, it is never found free in nature
Thanks ahead of time...
Originally posted by aboutface
Interesting study. They name a new pesticide rich in both nickel and aluminum as well as the exhaust from cars and tractors. Cloud-seeding with aluminum is not considered in this study. Well whatever their reasoning, the conclusion shows it is not good for the bees.
So this could also mean that whatever honey comes from the region is also undesirable for human consumption, yes?
Originally posted by Bedlam
Right, it isn't found in metallic form in nature. It's always as a salt or oxide.
Originally posted by aboutface
They name a new pesticide rich in both nickel and aluminum as well as the exhaust from cars and tractors.
Originally posted by marg6043
Monsanto purchased the largest bee research firm called Beeologics back in September of 2011. this means that now they no only control seeds but soon polination.
People still do not understand the evilness of such company and the danger that they has become to our living existance.