“75% of the flying insects on protected lands in Germany seem to have died over the past 27 years.

Researchers say climate change probably isn’t to blame.

Bird populations are now also on the decline.

Researchers are puzzled…”

Look at the time-frames, look at how numerous studies included on our website show the effects of electromagnetic radiation on insect life, birds and other wildlife. Connect the dots…

 

http://www.businessinsider.com/germany-insect-population-flying-bugs-climate-change-pesticides-population-decline-2017-10?IR=T

A 27-year study found the amount of insects flying in the air has declined 75% — but no one knows why

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