Increased UVB Effecting Insect Sight, Pollinators Disappearing Globally

Adapt 2030

Published on May 27, 2017

As the Sun begins it’s 400 year cycle of lowered activity, a change in UV out would also be expected with this energy output reduction. It seem that an increase in UV-B is now affecting bees, ants and flies globally altering their daylight activities such as feeding and reproduction. The UV spectrum is becoming so intense that insects that are active during the day are seeking shelter for the intense shift in their visual spectrum. Since they don’t see in Infrared they cannot forage at night and are starving because they cannot access a food source. This is not a good sign as we need these insects to pollinate our crops. Without these pollinators crop yield will decrease along with losses due to out so season weather. This is unexpected side effect of the new mini ice age. reduction in pollinators.

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One Response to “Increased UVB Effecting Insect Sight, Pollinators Disappearing Globally”

  1. ian says:

    Surely the reflective properties of the different pollutants that are being dumped on us almost daily in the form of chemtrails, might alter the the wave lengths of the light that penetrate it. Just as lenses of different colours and properties filter out different wave lengths of light. It may even in fact be deliberately engineered to achieve this purpose.

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