Thursday, March 17, 2011

Honey, Why Are There No Bees in the Garden?

Bee in CloverImage by elycefeliz via FlickrBy Matthew R Silverstone

Have you looked outside the window lately and noticed there are no bees in your garden? Have you observed that the number of flowers and vegetables are not as abundant as before. Did you not know bees at the moment are dying in their millions? Yet they are not dying in their hive or near to their hive, the bees are dying because they are disappearing. Hives are not full of sick bees, they are empty, the bees simply leave their hive one day and fail to return. Scientists don't where they go or why they disappear.

Common sense would surely offer up a simple explanation for this, the bees must surely be getting lost; there cannot be any other explanation as to why a bee would fail to return to its hive, let alone all of the bees. So how can a bee get lost? It was a very sad fact to discover that most experts do not know that bees are in fact homing creatures. Scientists readily accept that lots of other insects and birds have homing abilities, but not bees. If they did acknowledge this fact then it would be easy to figure out why the bees are disappearing.

I discovered the fact that bees have homing abilities when I read in a bee keeping journal written in 1902 about a bee keeper who accidentally moved his hive to clean it whilst the bees were out foraging, only to discover to his horror that every single bee that returned landed on the spot where the hive used to be and died on the ground, lost. The hive had only been moved 2 metres away and yet the bees could not find it. How is this possible? Almost every bee specialist today suggests that bees use chemical and visual navigation signals to find their way home, but if that were the case they would have been able to find the hive if it had only moved 2 metres away.

The only solution as to why the bees landed on the empty space where the hive used to be located lies in the idea that the bees were using a navigation system that told them exactly where their hive used to be. This works on the basis of a natural "internal satellite navigation" ability similar to the one we now have in all of our cars and mobile phones. Bees use the natural electromagnetic signals that are emitted by the earth to navigate home.

So, let's look at the bee's disappearance logically. Would the most obvious cause of the bee's inability to navigate home be most likely to be caused by a navigational issue and nothing else. If so what are our options. Without going into all of the options that are being investigated, the one obvious issue that could cause an interference with electromagnetic signals could be other electromagnetic signals. This seems blinding obvious to me. Every single police force and army in the world use jamming devices, we know they work, and we know how they work. We can artificially emit jamming signals to interfere with existing electromagnetic signals. So why do we not think that this is accidentally what we are doing to the bees -jamming their signals so that they can't find their way home.

All you have to do is think about how many mobile phone masts have been introduced and compare that to the timing of the bees disappearance to quickly realise this is blatantly the only reason why bees are disappearing.

Do you want to know something else that is terrible? There is no virtually no research whatsoever being conducted at the moment into this relationship. It seems that it is not politically correct to do so. Therefore, until we get a scientific U-turn the bees will continue to die out and scientists will carry on with their cosy funding regime looking into issues such as viruses and pesticides that will never find the solution to this problem. In the meantime the countryside is being devastated by the lack of pollinisation that the bees normally undertake.

I managed to discover a cure for the bees disappearance without having received any funding, just by using common sense.If you want to know my simple cure for the problem of disappearing bees, read my chapter on "The bees and the birds" in my book Blinded by Science which is free to download until April 30th 2011 at

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