Plants and animals react to a high degree to electrosmog. Veterinary medicine has already registered various new clinical pictures in this context. In the mid-1990s, for example, gamekeepers and foresters in the Swiss mountains noticed that many chamois and ibex were strangely suffering from herpes and subsequently dying as a result of pneumonia. The cause of this sudden death was feverishly sought.

Until it was discovered by chance that these symptoms of illness appeared after mobile phone antennas were set up in the mountains so that skiers could also use this service on the slopes.

If bee colonies are moved close to high-voltage power lines, the busy bees clearly react against their other instincts. They become aggressive for seemingly no reason and turn their stingers on each other. The last survivors even attack and kill their own queen.

I emphasize explicitly that I do not want to stir up negative opinions about mobile radio ... but I would like to point out that "I" have the appropriate technologies to repolarize the radiation signals of mobile radio antennas with tachyon energy. For the operators, who rake in billions in profits annually, equipping existing cellular antennas with suitable tachyon know-how would be a snap. The resulting results would benefit x-thousands of people as well as flora and fauna.


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