Good info about the unusual and mysterious large number of birds, bees and bats dying across North America.
Birds, Bats and Bees are dying: Is a modern mysterious ecological disaster occurring?
What is happening in our environment these days? Bees, bats and birds are dying in large numbers across North America and science is worried. Their demise could mean serious trouble for all humanity.
We are very dependent on bees especially, as related to food production around the world. Could Einstein be correct? Einstein stated that if bees became extinct, humans would only live for about four years, because food crops would dwindle to nothing.
Fewer bees will add to the various causes of food shortage, which will ultimately lead to the reduction of the world population. So is the death of the bees a natural phenomena or a contrived catastrophe orchestrated by certain elite-groups who are striving to reduce the world population to an ‘ideal’ 2 billion? What is causing bee “Colony Collapse Disorder”?
Bats are another vital ecological creature that contributes to world harmony and balance. They are the world’s greatest insect eaters and love to munch down pesky disease carrying mosquitoes daily. The implications for agriculture and humans where no bats roam the landscape are enormous. First a world with no bats would mean over abundant mosquitoes spreading diseases known to be devastating to humans (West Nile Fever, Equine Encephalitis, Malaria, and Dengue Fever). Second, many crops may be affected as bats are the major predator of many crop-destructive insects.
The plight of dead birds in large numbers may mean magnetic displacement trauma, chem.-trail chemical poisoning or cold air exposure trauma….or! Can you imagine a world without birds and what that would mean for the global eco-system?
For the people of the world to do nothing concerning these important and very valuable earth creatures dying in large numbers is an example of human arrogance and ignorance. The fate of Mother Earth lies in keeping a balance among all habitats and creatures that inhabit the “garden”.