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  • Bees, do they use sound to Fly??

    Hi BrainBoxes

    I watched a vid the other day showing an object being floated/levitated with Sound Waves. I only tell others this as a Light went off in my head and the thought of Bees/Insects using Sound to help fly around may be a concept not thought of in the original "The Bee shouldn't be able to fly" Myth that was around when I was a boy.

    Does anyone think there is any validity in my thoughts? Or did I take too many hallucinogens as a teenager? (Please don't answer the 2nd one).

    I just saw that maybe many insects use sound as an addition to their wing power, to add lift/whatever to their flying as I've watched bees, and sometimes they almost seem to float, before they power up and zoooom.

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    Originally posted by PYak1967 View Post
    Hi BrainBoxes

    I watched a vid the other day showing an object being floated/levitated with Sound Waves. I only tell others this as a Light went off in my head and the thought of Bees/Insects using Sound to help fly around may be a concept not thought of in the original "The Bee shouldn't be able to fly" Myth that was around when I was a boy.

    Does anyone think there is any validity in my thoughts? Or did I take too many hallucinogens as a teenager? (Please don't answer the 2nd one).

    I just saw that maybe many insects use sound as an addition to their wing power, to add lift/whatever to their flying as I've watched bees, and sometimes they almost seem to float, before they power up and zoooom.
    Hello BrainBoxes. Do you know this site? V.S.Grebennikov - Bio-Gravitics

    Peter

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    • #3
      Originally posted by FEpeet68 View Post
      Hello BrainBoxes. Do you know this site? V.S.Grebennikov - Bio-Gravitics

      Peter
      i saw this and was about to write the same, also it is known now that bees use a vortex to fly

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      • #4
        Thank You VERY much!

        Thanks Guys,

        I knew this would be the best place to ask ppl about this subject, excuse how long it has taken to reply, been away. This web info looks exactly what I hoped for.

        Your location says Vlissingen, I love that city, all the canon lined along the river banks. I lived in Holland for a few years, in Zeeland in Goes, where I worked for 6 months.

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        • #5
          I highly recommend you look up Viktor Schauberger and his works. There is a free documentary on Youtube (Called Nature and something). Schauberger is often credited as being the guy who pioneered the Die Glocke (The Bell) craft engine for the nazis, unfortunately. But he was a mastermind with an affinity for nature's work, focusing on water and vortexes. In my intuition, if you understand water, you unlock the key for everything else. Water and fluid dynamics are key to understanding aetheric motion. I recently read Fourth Phase of Water by G. Pollock and there are incredible things we don't know about water, including the effects of vortexes. Not sure how you can relate to making things fly, but Schauberger did, and these are subtly all inter-linked. Good luck mate.

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          • #6
            Thatís it?

            Gee, I was hoping for more on bees but it
            petered out into what wrote like gay porn.

            I have done studies on bees.
            I do know bees use electricity.
            They generate it themselves.
            The reason for pollen?
            To exchange ions from flower to flower,
            the pollen serves as an equalizer.
            While flying, the build up of static is lethal for bees
            because of their overall build and chemical makeup,
            they have to fly to their food and collect it,
            They have to return to the hive.
            Different electrochemical processes are
            happening from their DNA structure.
            Helicopters that are used for repairing high
            voltage lines use equalizing rods attached to the
            helicopter before the linemen disembark for repairs.

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            • #7
              Do bees use sound?

              Yes bees use sound.
              It is a vibration all creatures use one way or another.
              They have to avoid microwave repeaters.
              Their vision includes ultraviolet like all pollinators, unless itís a hummingbird.
              That is why plants use the ultraviolet for their flowers.
              They feel earthquake frequencies but not directly, the flowers respond to the seismic activity and the bees sense the chemistry from the active pollen exchange.
              Anymore bee questions?
              Good!!
              I might answer them.

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              • #8
                Digital House Power Meters

                Bees avoid this area from power meters in front of the unit out to 90 feet.
                They are avoiding certain death from the transmitted near microwave frequencies and at the 5 watt level a pretty mean bug light.
                My house was almost digital but I threatened to put in my own meter.
                They complied.
                I have at least five species of bees around my house.

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