From Daily Courier, Prescott, Arizona, Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Article comment by: conrad bruggmann
“I love my smart meter. We had a bee colony close to my meter. When the APS guys came to put in the smart meter, I warned them of it. One told me, “Don’t worry, this will get rid of them.” After a few days, they abandoned and never returned. So, I am a giant smart meter fan, since it got rid of possible killer bees. My bills are a little higher than comparable periods in the past, but I am willing to pay that price to stop worrying about the bees.”
From Commonwealth Club 11/18/10; Starling W. Childs, M.S., geologist and forestry consultant, and adjunct faculty member at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies:
“Finally we’re questioning things like the collapse of the bee colonies all over the world. It’s significant. It’s global and it spells great threat for our human species. If we lose the pollinators, game over. We won’t be able to feed the planet.
It’s clear to me that bees which again operate within the natural background field of electromagnetic energy that the earth produces and that actually locate their food sources and their hives and communicate that to the rest of the bees in the hives-they come back and do the dance and say here’s where we go to find the pollen and then off they go–following a natural lay line-these are being confused and completely cross modulated.”