Dear Robert, Dear All,
Yes, bees look for a place to hide from EMF.
I give you an abstract of this website :
In Austria, an inquiry was made via the beekeepers newspaper. Of them, 25 gave
an answer and said that they encountered problems after mast installation in
the proximity, like :
37,5 % have affirmed an elevated bees aggressiveness;
25 % have affirmed of bees tendency to leave the beehive;
62,5 % have affirmed the collapse of bees population.
In the newspaper ?Le Matin? of April 4, 2007 in Switzerland, it says that in
the airport of Lyon in France, they placed 10 beehives of 40 to 50'000 bees to
test the pollution in the air.
But I bet there is no question about EMF in the protocol...
Today, April 16, 2007, I had a phone call with Mrs Michèle Mouneyrac in the
city of Besançon in France, because I red in the news that they placed 6
beehives in the city (within 40 other sites in France) to try to understand why
bees disappear. In fact, a ?Chartre? was signed in Paris on February 13,
You can find it at this address :
In fact, there is not a strict protocol. Mrs Michèle Mouneyrac told me that
they intend to make the inventory of the plants pilfered, and look for
phytosanitary products and antibiotics residues on the honey. I just sent her
an email with Koblenz study and other informations asking her to introduce
measurement of EMF. I gave her copy of similar email I've send to the President
of the French Beekeepers Association which never received an answer.
I'm tired to cry : Mayday, mayday, mayday...
I just wanna crash...
Like a bee !
Take care all !
Chairman of ARA
CH ? 1454 L'Auberson