As it stands now, 75% of the global food supply is dependent upon bees.
The rate of bee deaths is exploding beyond what the hive is capable of regenerating and they are now within range of the endangered species list.
Last year alone, the U.S. lost 44 percent of all honeybee colonies.
Now there are rumors of bee keepers claiming their colonies are not preparing for the winter. They seem to be just hanging out and waiting despite the plethora of foliage available to them. It’s as if they are purposely heading into winter with a deathwish.
If bees do not prepare for winter, they will not survive into the spring.
What would cause a bee to do this and why?
What Exactly is Killing the Bees
To date Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) has been mainly attributed to the rise in pesticide and fungicide use, which has lead to an increase in parasite infections.
Pesticides are indeed a culprit behind this ‘unexplained’ bee die-off, but what is not really being discussed are the magnetic changes taking place, specifically due to our ever increasing wireless world.
Several species of animals and insects use a pigment on their skin called cryptochrome for navigation. Think of it like sonar.
“They use it to sense the direction of the Earth’s magnetic field and their ability to do this is compromised by radiation from [cell] phones and their base stations. So basically bees do not find their way back to the hive.”
– Andrew Goldsworthy, a biologist from the UK’s Imperial College, London
When you hear birds sing, each species is repeating a frequency they can hear coming from the Earth.
The radio waves we now bathe our planet in are the real culprit behind these massive die-offs we are seeing in birds, bats, butterflies, bees, …. any animal or insect species that relies upon specific magnetic frequencies for navigation.
It is almost impossible at this point to not have a signal on your smart device.
If bees are indeed standing down and not pollinating, it is because something is affecting Earth’s entire magnetic field and they simply cannot navigate, or they are responding to a specific frequency that is compelling them to do so.
Luckily a solution will be ready just in time.
Harvard is Developing Autonomous Drone Bees
Autonomous micro-aerial vehicles capable of self-contained, self-directed flight and of achieving coordinated behavior in large groups.
Autonomously flying microrobots with potential uses in crop pollination, search and rescue missions, surveillance, as well as high-resolution weather, climate and environmental monitoring.
Each insect will respond to the colony, a central database whose focus is to coordinate the behavior of several thousand independent robots so they can act as one.
That certainly sounds like science fiction, except …
Earlier This Year, A Joint Russian-Harvard Team Successfully Simulated A 51 Qubit Quantum Computer [source]
Sure it’s just a simulation and not the real thing, but they proved how to make the real thing work.
Shortly after this big breakthrough, a much larger one emerged, in which a team of Australian researchers have designed an entirely new type of qubit that will now make it possible to manufacture a true, large-scale quantum computer.
Quantum computers, if they aren’t already here, will be easily by the end of next year.
And there you have your colony.
Drone bees in place by the end of next year.