FLORA & FAUNA
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The international scientific Internet platform on topical issues in affiliation with the Kompetenz initiative
The link below is to the nature page of the h.e.s.e. project.
h.e.s.e. is an organization formed and run by many international scientists. At this link you will see extensive evidence that shows the damaging effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on birds, animals, insects and our entire environment.
PROTECTING BEES FROM MOBILE PHONE RADIATION
by: WERNER ROST
22 April 2007
Bees have been going missing by the millions, leaving their hives never to come back, in what the experts have termed "Colony Collapse Disorder". Speculation is rife over what may be the cause of the trouble. Toxins from genetically modified crops and pesticides are prime suspects, but the question has also been raised, whether electromagnetic radiation - such as the mobile phone signals that cover most of the globe by now - may be to blame.
ARE MOBILE PHONES WIPING OUT OUR BEES
by: Geoffrey Lean and Harriet Shawcross
15 April 2007
Scientists claim radiation from handsets are to blame for mysterious 'colony collapse' of bees
BEES: STEEP POPULATION LOSS HITS AGRICULTURE HARD
by: Ngoc Nguyen - (email@example.com)
January 10, 2008
THE ISSUE Colony collapse disorder continues to vex researchers and decimate beehives. At stake is the routine pollination of many farm crops by
honeybees. More than half of the nation's 2.4 million bee colonies each year pollinate California's almond crop.
ORIENTATION AND NAVIGATION OF BEES MAY BE DISTURBED BY MAN-MADE ELECTRIC, MAGNETIC AND ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
by: Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke, University of Saarland. - (www.uni-saarland.de/fak8/warnke)
The conclusion of research of other scientist and of my own research results in the following six-point-statement:
MOBILE PHONES & VANISHING BIRDS
Dr. Mae-Wan Ho
ISIS (Institute of Science in Society) Press Release
The sparrows have disappeared completely from the cities at least four years ago in Britain, as mobile phones grew in popularity. Third generation (3G) mobile phones were introduced in 2003, and there were over 65 million users in the UK by the end of 2005, more phones than people . Did mobile phone transmitters cause the sparrows to disappear ?
THE EFFECTS OF MICROWAVE RADIATION ON THE WILDLIFE. PRELIMINARY RESULTS.
© Alfonso Balmori Martínez.
For decades a great variety of living beings have been used by men in order to detect possible changes in ecosystems. From lichens, sensitive to pollution for accumulating toxic substances in their tissues, to the birds living in our gardens and
buildings, a great variety of organisms have been used as warning signs of the health of the human environment. Moreover trends in numbers over time are of particular interest to nature conservation (Bibby et al. 1992)
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Concerns OveU.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Concerns Over Potential Radiation Impacts of Cellular Communication Towers on Migratory Birds and Other Wildlife – Research Opportunities
by: Albert M. Manville, II, Ph.D., Senior Wildlife Biologist, Division of Migratory Bird Management,
Issues to Be Briefly Addressed:
• Trust responsibilities and avian population status.
• Temporal and spatial use of airspace.
• Documented impacts of communication towers on
• Recent European research discoveries regarding towers
and radiation impacts to resident and migrating birds,
other fauna (esp. bees).
• Proposal for communication tower research on wildlife
in the U.S.
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