Is Electrical Pollution killing the Bees?

Dr. Weeks’ Comment: We know that the Navy is killing whales and aquatic life by sonar creating an “acoustic holocaust” according to Orca researcher Ken Balcomb.

“There are no noise-cancelling headphones to stop the U.S. Navy’s 235-decibel pressure waves of unbearable pinging and metallic shrieking. At 200Db, the vibrations can rupture your lungs, and above 210 Db, the lethal noise can bore straight through your brain until it hemorrhages that delicate tissue. If you’re not deaf after this devastating sonar blast, you’re dead. This is the real life of marine mammals destroyed by the U.S. Navy’s all-out acoustic war on the world’s oceans. The collateral damage of this high intensity military sonar is shocking. But because all these millions of dying whales or dolphins are too often out of human sight, they’re also out of mind” (8)


But what is killing the bees?
Now we learn of the effect of electrical pollution on our canary in the mine shaft – the industrious lovely honey bee.
Feb 2016: UN reports bees facing extinction 

Bee extinction is a threat to our food supply.  (Bees are needed to pollinate crops)

Dr. Oz interviews Dr. George Carlo on the relationship between bee decline and wireless electromagnetic radiation
 Cell tower radiation is also disruptive to bees’ sense of direction, and they are not finding their way back to their nests, which contributes to the bee problem currently – here’s Dr. Oz interview with Dr. George Carlo who was in charge of the $27 million cell phone study done in the late 90s.  

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