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10-15 years ago there was a notable difference for fly numbers based upon car and lorry windscreen and headlight 'kills'

 

today it is glaringly obvious that theres no flies around. a stinking banana in the bin would have bluebottles buzzing around but theres none

 

anyone seen the flies?

is the lord of the flies whistling a tune taking them away?

 

 

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13 minutes ago, zArk said:

10-15 years ago there was a notable difference for fly numbers based upon car and lorry windscreen and headlight 'kills'

 

today it is glaringly obvious that theres no flies around. a stinking banana in the bin would have bluebottles buzzing around but theres none

 

anyone seen the flies?

is the lord of the flies whistling a tune taking them away?

 

 


The Insect Apocalypse Is Here

What does it mean for the rest of life on Earth? 
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/27/magazine/insect-apocalypse.html




 

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19 minutes ago, zArk said:

10-15 years ago there was a notable difference for fly numbers based upon car and lorry windscreen and headlight 'kills'

 

today it is glaringly obvious that theres no flies around. a stinking banana in the bin would have bluebottles buzzing around but theres none

 

anyone seen the flies?

is the lord of the flies whistling a tune taking them away?

 

 

 

They all moved in my backyard...

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no doubt that a combination of

electricity and chemicals

have done it

same people responsible are the same people promoting the extinction rebellion stuff

 

same people talking of melting ice at antartic are the same as the ones cranking up the electric poisoning

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Basket Case said:


l forgot to mention that the comments underneath are far more interesting than the article..

 

paywalled ... no comments on wayback machine :(

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paywalled ... no comments on wayback machine :(


l remember reading the article a couple of years ago....it took hours to read through all the comments of peoples personal experiences of witnessing over the years the changes in the insect population across America.
:O( 

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Plenty of flies round by me, big and small, I'm not seeing anything unusual to be honest.

 

Then we have...

"Gnat" infestation plagues Great Barr trapping residents indoors

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Swarms of gnats have descended onto Great Barr roads, gardens and homes according to locals.

It is unknown what caused the infestation but residents are pointing the finger at the sewer system.

Roads affected include Hill Lane, Perry Wood Road and even stretching down to Yew Tree Estate. Some claim the plague of tiny insects spreads even further.

Sharron Winters, 42, from Yew Tree Estate near Great Barr, claimed the problem stared at the beginning of June.

"They just came out of nowhere. The minute you open your door there's about 20 of them on it," she said.

"We are always cleaning doors and windows, we have to squash them or hoover them up.

 

"It's not awful but it is annoying. I have no idea what caused it."

From https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/black-country/gnat-infestation-plagues-great-barr-20785757

 

Coincidentally the beginning of June also saw the end of the cold spell that had run through April amd May, with temperatures returning to those you would expect in June.

 

Its more likely that cold spell which has kept flies dormant for longer than normal.

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59 minutes ago, zArk said:

10-15 years ago there was a notable difference for fly numbers based upon car and lorry windscreen and headlight 'kills'

 

today it is glaringly obvious that theres no flies around. a stinking banana in the bin would have bluebottles buzzing around but theres none

 

anyone seen the flies?

is the lord of the flies whistling a tune taking them away?

Same down here in Aus a few years back after flying there were bugs over the leading edge of the wing ,wind screen and wheel spats , now there is notably fewer

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Black flies and mosquitos are very bad here. Quite hard to do any yard work without tons of fly dope which I don't want on my skin so I set up a bottle with a perforated cap with smelts in it to capture them. 

I'm also thinking to make a bat's nest to help somewhat. 

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1 hour ago, zArk said:

10-15 years ago there was a notable difference for fly numbers based upon car and lorry windscreen and headlight 'kills'

 

today it is glaringly obvious that theres no flies around. a stinking banana in the bin would have bluebottles buzzing around but theres none

 

anyone seen the flies?

is the lord of the flies whistling a tune taking them away?

 

 

 

Yes, this change in our electromagnetic atmosphere is not only unhealthy for humans who need the Schumann frequency...animals also need the Schumann frequency.

The artificially pulsed military and communication frequencies are simply deadly and sickening...it is increasing daily...I have been measuring it for 2 years...but no one cares because they are all cyber drug addicts and don't want to think about the effects of their psychotronic (TV, radio) generated cyber drug addiction....

but that everyone who uses these wireless radio devices is complicit in the great deaths here, and that is worse than CO2 (which feeds the trees) or meat consumption etc. because it affects ALL LIVES the RADIATION!!!!

The whales, just like seals and bees, orient themselves to the NATURAL ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD of the earth....this is, however, being overlaid more and more, as with the wifi whine, which is why the poor animals are getting more and more lost....
And everyone wants more and more digitalisation??? That is incomprehensible to me, with radioactive radiation, nuclear power, nobody wants that either...but with EMF they do it, it's like in the film Idiocracy, only here it's not Gatorade but microwaves/radio waves...

We will all die of radiation and slowly rot away when our immune system has been destroyed (Schumann frequency/ionosphere).
And all because of scientific lies over decades.... from the lobbyist association ICNIRP and then comes WHO as ICNIRP is also sitting there, the CTIA, CDC etc.
WITHOUT END GENETIC DEFECTS THROUGH IT but no matter...let the people die out, the main thing is that we could watch videos and hold everything in one hand (smartphone) , ha,ha ;-) IDIOCRACY Country

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Book recommendations:

The Zapping of America: Microwaves, Their Deadly Risk, and the Coverup Gebundene Ausgabe – 1. Oktober 1977

https://www.amazon.de/Zapping-America-Microwaves-Deadly-Coverup/dp/0393064271/ref=sr_1_17?__mk_de_DE=ÅMÅŽÕÑ&dchild=1&keywords=Paul+Brodeur&qid=1623501168&sr=8-17

Mikrowellen töten leise (Microwaves kill quietly) Taschenbuch – 15. September 2018
von
Herr Wulf-Dietrich Rose (Autor)

 

IARC Urged To Revisit RF Risk

Animal Studies Prompt Calls To Upgrade Classification to “Probably Carcinogenic” or Higher

 
April 22, 2019
Last updated 
October 30, 2019

An advisory committee has recommended that the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) reassess the cancer risks associated with RF radiation. This should be a “high priority,” according to the panel’s report, which was issued last week.

The group, with 29 members from 18 countries, suggests that the new evaluation take place between 2022 and 2024.

In May 2011, an IARC expert committee classified RF radiation as a possible human carcinogen [Group 2B]. Since then, the evidence has grown stronger. After the NTP and Ramazzini animal studies both showed higher rates of cancer among rats exposed to cell phone radiation, a number of observers argued that IARC should upgrade RF to a “probable” cancer agent [Group 2A] or simply “carcinogenic to humans” [Group 1]. (More on the IARC classifications here.)

Following the release of the Ramazzini Institute results last year, Fiorella Belpoggi, the principal investigator, called on IARC to take another look (see our story). Belpoggi is the director of the Institute’s Research Center in Bologna, Italy and was a member of the IARC priorities panel. She would not comment on their deliberations because, she said, IARC required participants to sign a confidentiality agreement. The panel met during the last week of March in Lyon, IARC’s hometown.

Paul Demers, another member of the panel, said that he was “happy with the decision.” Demers, the director of the Occupational Cancer Research Centre in Toronto, noted that he is not sure what a new working group would decide but that there have been more studies since the last RF Monograph and the “animal studies cerainly deserve evaluation.”

“It is very good news,” Tony Miller, an emeritus professor of epidemiology at the University of Toronto, wrote in an e-mail. He cited the substantial human epidemiology and animal evidence of carcinogenicity that has accrued since the 2011 evaluation. “If a working group were to conclude that RF is a Group 1 human carcinogen, as many of us now believe,” he said, “it would be impossible for governments and public health authorities to ignore.”

Neither Kurt Straif, the head of IARC’s Monographs section, nor Joachim Schüz, the head of its environment and radiation section, responded to a query on the likelihood that the agency would follow through and convene a new RF assessment committee. Schüz has made no secret of his skepticism of an association between RF and cancer.

Despite the confidentiality of the priority panel’s deliberations, one insider revealed that, during the extensive discussion of the RF nomination at the meeting, some argued against it. This might explain why, while RF was given a high priority, it was assigned to the second half of IARC’s five-year planning window (2020-2024).

Details, including the full membership of the priorities panel, are posted on the Lancet Oncology Web site (free access).

April 24, 2019

https://microwavenews.com/short-takes-archive/iarc-urged-reassess-rf

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1 hour ago, Basket Case said:


The Insect Apocalypse Is Here

What does it mean for the rest of life on Earth? 
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/27/magazine/insect-apocalypse.html




 

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Bees

For several years now, there have been reports all over the world of an unprecedented phenomenon: the disappearance of the bees. In America there has been a decline of around 30%-70%, depending on which state you are in. Similar observations have been made in Spain, Poland, Switzerland, Germany, India, New Zealand and other industrialised countries. The bees are simply not returning to their beehives, and are disappearing without a trace.

Bienen-3-300x228.jpgThis sudden disappearance (known as ‘Colony Collapse Disorder‘ or CCD) cannot be satisfactorily explained by any of the currently known influencing factors such as intensive monoculture farming, pesticides, dressed or genetically manipulated seeds, illnesses or parasites like the Varroa mite.

However, various scientific studies show that there is a direct connection between the mysterious disappearance of the bee colonies and mobile phone radiation and the resulting disturbance of the Earth’s magnetic field, which bees and other navigating creatures use for their orientation. At the same time the permanent, omnipresent mobile phone radiation weakens the bees‘ immune system – just as it weakens the human immune system – making them more susceptible to the Varroa mite, to viruses and to any kind of environmental influences, especially to unnatural influences such as pesticides and genetically modified plantsBiene

The food supply chain for humanity is acutely threatened by the disappearance of the bees, for about one third of all food worldwide and about 90% of the local fruit-bearing trees depend upon pollination via bees and other pollinating insects.

 

https://www.naturalscience.org/topics/natural-agriculture/bees/

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