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Walmart patented for robot bees last year. http://images2.freshpatents.com/pdf/US20180065749A1.pdf

Discussing the feasibility of using drone-bees in large scale pollination, David Goulson, professor of biology at the University of Sussex and founder of the Bumblebee Conservation Trust in the United Kingdom, wrote a blog post last year. His back-of-the-envelope calculation revealed that if it cost just a single penny to build a single drone-bee (which is a ridiculously impossible assumption), it would cost £32 billion ($45 billion) to replace every honey bee in the world. He wrote:

While I can see the intellectual interest in trying to create robotic bees, I would argue that it is exceedingly unlikely that we could ever produce something as cheap or as effective as bees themselves… Consider just the numbers; there are roughly 80 million honeybee hives in the world, each containing perhaps 40,000 bees through the spring and summer. That adds up to 3.2 trillion bees. They feed themselves for free, breed for free, and even give us honey as a bonus. What would the cost be of replacing them with robots?


Supporting actual pollinators would be a more viable long term solution.


Bee populations are being decimated, undoubtedly through human action, and things have reached a point where whole species of bee are likely to be added to the endangered list. How could this be happening?

Bees know which flowers to pollinate and when. They stay with one species at a time so the pollen actually is the right pollen to fertilise the flower. Bees remember where flowers are and can communicate it to other bees. They also make honey and wax.

For many decades, research results showing that the natural electrical and magnetic fields and their variation are a vital precondition for the orientation and navigation of a whole range of animals, have been freely available. What has also been known to science for many decades is that we as humans depend on this natural environment for many of our vital functions. Today, however, this natural information and functional system of humans, animals and plants has been superimposed by an unprecedented dense and energetic mesh of artificial magnetic, electrical and electromagnetic fields, generated by numerous mobile radio and wireless communication technologies. The consequences of this development have also been predicted by the critics for many decades and can now no longer be ignored. Bees and other insects disappear, birds avoid certain areas and are disoriented in other locations. Humans suffer from functional disorders and diseases. And those that are hereditary are passed on to the next generation as existing defects.

Bees, Birds and Mankind, Destroying nature by electrosmog by Ulrich Warnke

The Birds, the Bees and Electromagnetic Pollution Dr. Andrew Goldsworthy May 2009


Robert O. Becker, M.D., in his book “Crosscurrents: The Perils of Electropollution” said:

“GWEN is a superb system, in combination with cyclotron resonance, for producing behavioral alterations in the civilian population. The average strength of the steady geomagnetic field varies from place to place across the United States. Therefore, if one wished to resonate a specific ion in living things in a specific locality, one would require a specific frequency for that location. The spacing of GWEN transmitters 200 miles apart across the United States would allow such specific frequencies to be ‘tailored’ to the geomagnetic-field strength in each GWEN area.”

The bees seem to be playing the role that canary birds had in the mines, warning us of impending disaster. These insects, by their unprecedented behaviour of flying off without returning to their hives, show us that something insidious is going on.

At Cornell Univ. honeybees in a hive relocated into a new building became disoriented. After extensive research ruled out other causes, someone noticed the hive was next to the building’s electric transformer. The bees were confused by 60 hz magnetism strong enough to interfere with homing and communication to gather nectar and pollen. (http://www.ratical.org/ratville/RofD4.html)

Before we had all of the electro-pollution, animals could simply orient themselves to the earths electromagnetic signature. Additionally animals could store into memory at a subconscious level the discrete signatures of subtle variations in electromagnetic signalling from various regions.

So who are Walmart?

The World,s biggest corporation with 5 family members, the Walton,s classed as 5 of the 10 richest people in the world!

S.Robson Walmart is ranked number 1.

The founder of Walmart, Sam Walton worked for the US Military and was in charge (chief) over the last functioning internment camps in the United States.

He named the stores Walmart, look at the name Walmart = Martial Law backwards.

And as we know many Walmart stores closed down at short notice.
They are built like a cinder block prison, few windows, anti-ramming vehicle barricades at the front door, surrounded by dozens of cameras
Walmart did not just grow organically as some great corporate idea, they received billions of dollars that built them up as Walton worked for the CIA.

The Masonic Lodge is very connected to Walmart, the Walmart slogan is “Save Money Live Better” copied from the Masonic Lodge Slogan “Masons Live Better.” 

Walmart has been involved with Homeland Security for many years, a document shows they have been partners since 2001. Walmart top executives are the private sector partners.

Walmart were the first corporation to use pin hole facial recognition cameras in stores at the entrances and exits and they share data with the Federal Govt.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced the expansion of the Department’s national “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign to hundreds of Walmart stores across the country.

Humans and bees are affected by electromagnetic frequencies, how long before the robot bees are joined by robot humans? Well someone has to do the dirty work for those behind this destructive agenda!


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