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References

 

  1. First reported in the Independent on Sunday 22.4.07
  2. Can Electromagnetic Exposure Cause a Change in Behaviour?  Studying possible non-thermal influences on honeybees.  W.Harst, H Stever, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany.  Institute of Educational Informatics.  http://agbi.uni-landau.de/material_download/IAAS_2006.pdf
  3. Definitive identification of magnetite nanoparticles in the abdomen of the honeybee Apis Mellifera.  M Desail, P Gillis, Y Gassuin, Q A Pankhurst, D Hautot.  Journal of Physics:  Conference Series 17 (2005) 45-49.  Institute of Physics Publishing.  doi: 10. 1088/1742-6596 17.1.07 5th International Conference on Fine Particle Magnetism. http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/1742-6596/17/1/007 
  4. E.M.F. Exposure.  Animal Study - E.M.F. Radiation 08/03/05 http://members.aol.com/gotemf/emf/animals.htm
  5. Honey Bee Senses.  SETIAI 3.7.02 http://www.setai.com/archives/000063.htm/
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  7. Decline of bees, UK and Worldwide. h.e.s.e-UK  P6 18.4.07 http://www.hese-project.org/hese-uk/en/issues/nature.php?id=bees 
  8. Dr Carlo speaks: "Radiation is killing the bees, despite the Cellphone Industry's disinformation".  5.6.07  http://buergerwelle.de/pdf/radiation-is-killing-the-bees.htm
  9. Are B.C.'s bee colonies the latest to die off? 16.8.07  http://www.straight.com/article-105742/are-b-c-s-bee-colonies-the-latest-to-die-off
  10. ABC Online.  The World Today - Australian bees in high demand.  7.5.07.  Kim Landers http://www.abc.net.au/worldtoday/content/2007/s1916354.htm
  11. Angels Don't Play This HAARP.  Dr Nick Begich, Jeane Manning.  Earthpulse Press. Anchorage. 1995.
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  1. How electromagnetic exposure can influence learning processes - Modelling effects of electromagnetic exposure on learning processes.  Prof. H Stever et.al Institute of Educational Informatics, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany. http://www.bienenarchiv.de/forschung/2004_lernprozesse/Electromagnetic%20Exposure_Learning%20Processes.doc.pdf
  2. Dr Gerald Goldberg:  Omega News 8.5.07 "To Bee or not To Bee. http://omega.twoday.net/stories/3695900/      Author of "Would you put your head in a microwave oven?" http://omega.twoday.net/stories/1604071/

 

Some (Variable) Data for Scientists

 

i)            Ferromagnetic compounds within the bees' head, thorax and abdomen produce hysteresis loops.

 

ii)           These magnetic crystals vary in size.

 

iii)           Earth's horizontal field 1.87 x 10-5   T

Earth's vertical field     4.36 x 10-5   T

Earth's dipole               8.1   x 1022   Am

 

iv)           Microwaves (as defined by International Standard)

300 MHz to 300 GHz

*Wavelength = 1m to 0.001m

*Length of bee = 2cm

*Mushroom shaped brain = a few millimetres (+)

*Distance between antennae - similar

Therefore:  resonance can easily occur with some microwave frequencies.

 

v)                               Transmitters may use side-lobes to increase power.

 

vi)                             Interference patterns can occur with transmitters.

 

vii)                           Bees are known to be sensitive to 1nT and varying microwave frequencies.

 

viii)                         Honeycomb is within the resonance band.

 

ix)                             Microwaves are used because they are more penetrative to building materials than radio or TV frequencies.


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