The honeybee answer is simple
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The honeybee answer is simple

More bad press about honeybees in the Guardian dated 16th January 2013 by misinformed media personnel re chemical farming.

You will realise an answer is available (mine), when you read my manuscript that proves conclusively it is beekeepers, unknowingly, who are to blame, why?

By taking honeybees away from their natural source of survival, this action weakens their immune and defence mechanism, why?

All organisms require key elements from Planet Earth natural phenomena, even man, however one is overlooked by honeybee science, and that is EMF (electromagnetic field). However it is not overlooked by NASA.

NASA use EMF within all space craft flights otherwise man would not survive.

All life requires EMF to survive due to its varying levels, measured in hertz. All organisms are attracted to or repelled from EMF.

Birds, fish, animals, insects, butterflies and honeybees have magnetite built in to their bodies to track EMF when finding food or migrating thousands of miles.

Honeybees need EMF to complete their delicate micro-climate nest, EMF is also used for finding a food source, when swarming and setting up a new home. Magnetic north/south dictates the direction of the delicate honeycomb where space permits.

Honeybees have been dying, while in man`s care, for thousands of years, all before varroa and neo-nicotinoids.

The parasitic mite Varroa and only the Varroa mite has escalated the honeybee demise to what we have today. The Varroa mite and the on-going initial problem has now brought it to the attention of the miss-informed media and mainstream public by using the ill-fated alleged scaremongering quote by Einstein (he did not say it). Regardless whether Einstein said it or not it is still a relevant argument for humanity not to ignore.

If it was Neo-nicotinoids it would be localised to where the crop is grown rather than honeybees dying in cities or miles away from crops. It is happening generally across a continent, why can’t people realise that.
My hypothesis covers many aspects of science so one honeybee scientist is unqualified to cover all of my discovery hence why none of honeybee science is qualified to have taken it on board, with a lot of my hypothesis being outside their expertise.
If you listen at a face to face meeting or read my hypothesis you would realise my conclusions are correct then you may help to get my discovery scientifically acclaimed.
Chemicals are not the sole reason, if at all, for the honeybee demise, or have been proved to be, using false laboratory conditions then creating an opinion that becomes an assumption to what is happening in the wild environment.

My hypothesis proves that the very people who are blaming chemicals are wrong.

Beekeepers are to blame, unknowingly, for the honeybee demise from the very beginning of finding honey and wanting to domesticate the mysterious honeybee.

You have the resources to bring together many scientists covering my hypothesis for the whole year in researching both southern and northern hemisphere to continue the work, therefore confirming my hypothesis sooner and with scientific acclamation.

Karl Von-Frisch came very close to my discovery and he got the Nobel Peace Prize. During his research he too realised the importance of EMF but did not make the connection, whereas I have.

My honeybees are not dying. I have not treated with any chemical product for over 20 years.

Believe it or not I am on your side.

The media just need someone to blame and scaremonger to sell papers.

Neo-nicotinoids could continue to be used by farming without the flack from the media once they know that neo-nic`s is not to blame.

Beekeeping prevention for varroa, like Bayvoral, would no longer be required so could be diverted to a new product that all beekeepers would now need to find EMF, produced and marketed through Bayer.

A win win situation.

Another year has gone by with no solution, except mine, and millions of honeybees continue to die needlessly.

You have the solution in front of you, the sooner my hypothesis is acknowledged the sooner honeybees will stop dying and Bayer can then concentrate on doing more safer development in producing food for the increasing 7 billion population.

I apologise for my enthusiasm and passion however I know I am right after 30 years of observation.

I await your reply.

Kind regards

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