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Bee Populations Face Another Peril: Aluminum

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(N.Morgan In Keele England, researchers have found large doses of Aluminum in their bee populations, suggesting contamination by the silver-gray metal could be partially responsible for the insect’s decline. It is claimed that Aluminum s one of the most abundant contaminants in nature.

And previous studies have shown bees fail to actively shy away from aluminum-tainted flower pollen.

Researchers hypothesized that significant amounts of aluminum might result in neurological problems among the bees — an inability to forage, or find one’s way back to the colony.

Another possible contaminate is the Geoengineering programs. As we know from the patents released about the Geoengineering programs, Aluminum is one of the main ingredients used in Chemtrails.
 
Dr. Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. wrote an article in 2012 expressing concern about how the nanoaluminum in chemtrails damages the neurodegenerative and neurodevelopmental parts of the brain. 

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I agree with the point raised in the article - "How is that bees were able to handle the “natural” aluminum in the environment and now it is suddenly killing them?"

 

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