Honeybees may have lost their magnetic compasses and vanished

“Remember the three-foot, three-mile rule” when it comes to bees.” They LIVE BY it, or DIE by it.”


Honeybees may have lost their magnetic compasses and vanished
By Cliff Harris

4 May 11 – (Excerpts) – Sandy Kelso, a Press subscriber from Coeur d’Alene, in early March gave me an article that blamed “the recent sudden shifts in the Earth’s magnetic fields for the honeybees sudden disappearance.”

A beekeeper friend of Sandy’s once told him to “remember the three-foot, three-mile rule” when it comes to bees.” They LIVE BY it, or DIE by it.”

Bees do not see very well and heavily rely on the magnetic field lines for guidance back and forth from the hive. If one moves the hive just three or four feet while the bees are away, the bees will return to the spot where their ‘magnetic memories’ takes them and miss the hive. They will often fly around aimlessly and become hopelessly lost, much like birds that lose their magnetic bearings and fly headlong into the ground or buildings…

Also, bees will always fly to the nearly supply of flowers, less than a mile away, according to Sandy. So, if one moves the hive by more than three miles while the bees are away, they will return to the wrong place, the original hive location, they become lost, again bearing out “the three-foot, three-mile rule.”

If our magnetic field keep shifting towards Russia at more than 40 miles per year, more than 3 miles per month, this likewise means that “the three-foot, three-mile rule” has again been violated by uncontrollable natural forces that could eventually doom Mankind to extinction.

See entire article:
http://www.cdapress.com/columns/cliff_harris/article_cdda8b4c-7358-50f2-899c-ee13a7f928ad.html

Thanks to Harris-Mann Climatology for this link
http://www.longrangeweather.com/


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