If I can trust the anti 5g movement the problem is that it doesn't kill them in a way that can be noticed early. More like a slow poison, it supposedly does things like weaken the immune system and damage dna strands. So by the time you notice the damage, it is so great that it can't be reversed.
The video is kind of extreme but there are two towers near each other so the bees are probably killed by an intense dose.
I think this needs much further research, we need to sacrifice some hives to test 5g radiation to keep the bees alive as a species.
If it is bad for insects in any way then 5g from orbit will devastate life on earth.
@FarmerDell Where are the 5g/microwave tests and studies? I can't find them in the link you provided. How do you know it was really russian trolls? Is there evidence on this? I don't give a cent on Hackers/Trolls news/opinion pieces those are the standard scapegoats for everything now. Also why is everyone just talking about heat? What if the frequencies themselfs are damaging? What about long term exposure etc. If shelled insects don't die in the microwave, that doesn't mean that they get out without any damage.
Previous studies have shown that single-frequency microwave radiation can lead to cognitive decline in rats. However, few studies have focused on the combined effects of irradiation with different frequencies of microwaves. Our research aimed to investigate the effects of 1.5 GHz and 4.3 GHz...
Insects are continually exposed to Radio-Frequency (RF) electromagnetic fields at different frequencies. The range of frequencies used for wireless telecommunication systems will increase in the near future from below 6 GHz (2 G, 3 G, 4 G, and WiFi) to frequencies up to 120 GHz (5 G). This paper...
In the present experiments the effect of GSM radiation on ovarian development of virgin Drosophila melanogaster female insects was studied. Newly emerged adult female flies were collected and divided into separate identical groups. After the a lapse of certain number of hours-different for each...
Cultured V79 Chinese hamster cells were exposed to continuous radiation, frequency 7.7 GHz, power density 30 mW/cm2 for 15, 30, and 60 min. The parameters investigated were the incorporation of [3H]thymidine and the frequency of chromosome aberrations. Data obtained by 2 methods (the...
The State Department is reportedly refusing to make public a report on 'Havana Syndrome,' which may be caused by microwave attacks on U.S. personnel in Cuba and China. A look at past weapon development in this area suggests why.
Today’s wireless radiation including 3G, 4G, and military use is linked to the catastrophic declines in insect life. What happens […]
There are so many studies that show that microwaves can be damaging. So far I have not found any evidence that 5g is safe.
There is too much disinformation out there and it's common knowledge that politics and corps will push anything without any disregard on how damaging it is.
We need hard proof that 5g is safe! So far I have found only the opposite. As beekeepers you know how important our pollinators are.
So I'm sold that EMF/EMR is destroying everything, I have found enough evidence. The disinformation is not comming from a troll army or hackers it's politics and corps that do the disinformation. Scientists provide hard evidence that EMF/EMR are dangerous.
We need to use cabled and optical data transfers ASAP! Here is the evidence I have collected so far: Microwaves used to kill insects: https://stop5g.co.uk/microwave-radiation-insecticide-patents/ Dead bees inbetween cell towers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5IhKHGDKhM Havana syndrome...
I understand the concept of "the amount makes the poison" but I also understand it when scientists give warnings and I have found many now.
3 Years ago there were many wild bees around now I'm lucky if I see a couple a day. This is not normal. Elon is gonna bombard the whole earth with 5g at some point, there will be no escape for insects. There are very important pollinators that do not have hard shells, moth for example.
This is extinction level stuff. I suggest you read some of the links I have added, pretty much all of them are credible sources. One is even of a scientists that is also a beekeeper.