Today, May 20, is World Bee Day. Today we seek to raise awareness about the importance of bees and other pollinating insects for the sake of the planet’s ecological health and our human survival. Try to imagine a world without bees.
There are between 25,000 and 30,000 different species of bees populating and pollinating the planet. More than 75% of the world’s food crops depend on these and other pollinators, as do 90% of wild flowering plants. Reports from environmental investigators warn that bee biodiversity is dwindling across the globe, thereby threatening global food production and human survival. The most likely causes for this decline are pesticides and other xenobiotic chemicals in our environment, as well as the ongoing build-up of many different types of electromagnetic field (EMF) frequencies.
The next generation of EMF that we will be bathed in is the 5G network systems, coming in 2020. Do we really need more speed for wireless devices? I remember when a remote community I lived in on the Alabama Gulf coast in the 1950s had a community party line for telephone use. You simply had to wait your turn if you wanted to make a telephone call. People have been conditioned to be impatient. We live in a world that has become more and more conditioned to fast fixes and fast gratification. Corporate and media forces helped create our needy addictions, and have preyed on our shortsightedness all along.