|Sujet: Bush was not elected by the people// a text by Paul Levy + lost bees and more from FW10|
|Date: Tue, 15 May 2007 13:35:57 -0400 (EDT)|
Who demonstrably want the almost limitless power provided by this radical "new" science ... for themselves.
This is why, whether or not UFOs are really "alien spacecraft," or could simply be strriking examples of these "advanced torsion-based technologies" developed right here on Earth by these same hidden Black-Ops programs, former Canadian Defense Minister, Paul Hellyer's, recently demand -- that world governments finally, literally for the sake of all Humanity -- come clean with the truth, is so important.If you think the "local" honeybee problem may be related to this more far-reaching "interplanetary effect," then you're on exactly the right track -- and you're probably a regular listener to "Coast-to-Coast AM" with George Noory and Art Bell to boot!
There have been increasingly serious-sounding
reports of "Global Warming" on Mars recently, and some astronomers have
suggested other solar system planets are also changing as well, using small,
isolated studies of the data. Even though we published our Interplanetary
paper three years ago -- again, with over 100 different data sources --
it seems to have gone unnoticed by almost everyone ... both in the mainstream
and alternative communities. So,
NASA doesn't want Shemansky to share even his extremely esoteric "interstellar
research" -- which could ultimately suggest even the vast volume of space
surrounding the entire solar system is, somehow, undergoing "a fundamental
change in physics." And, this "pernicious NASA bias" on this subject could
extend all the way back to 1978, as Shemansky himself indicates.
Someone, even then, really didn't want this getting out ... did they?! If the background flux patterns of "torsion fields" are fundamentally changing, the domesticated bees may have lost their equally fundamental torsion navigation systems. This could also easily explain the sudden appearance of massive swarms in places where they've never been seen -- like, the ~60,000 honey bees which suddenly showed up in downtown Spokane, Washington the other day (literally, at City Hall!); and the equally confused colony which tried to take over a home in Florida of a family member of one of the authors, just a couple months before.
These and many other such incidents, ocurring all across the country now, are indicative of, apparently, sizeable numbers of not "dead bees" ... but "lost bees.".....................................