August Harvest (vs. EMF/RF/5G) — A Tribute to Professor Olle Johansson Celebrating His Birthday August 13th
By Jennifer Wood, Denise Rowland, Christine Zipps
You can ignore reality, but you can’t ignore the consequences of ignoring reality. – Ayn Rand
For over five decades, neuroscientist Dr. Olle Johansson has conducted tireless research, producing over 800 publications, despite many obstacles. As most people today know, the corporatized world has extensive influence over institutions, governments and the press, withholding funds from scientific studies that are crucial to public health and the environment, in favor of others more supportive of industry. Dr. Johansson’s list of accomplishments is very long. To know more about him, click here: Dr. Olle Johansson. It is very important that we as world citizens provide the support required for the needed scientific studies that will ensure the survival of humanity at this critical juncture in time.
Owing to financial constraints, Professor Olle Johansson has been unable to conduct research, vital to the viability of every species on Planet Earth, so today we are launching a Birthday Fundraiser to contribute towards making this humble gentleman’s dream, of studying the dramatic reduction of pollinators around the world, a reality.
NO Bees=NO Food=NO Children: Christine Zipps interviews Professor Olle Johansson
“We are all aware of the dramatic reduction of the pollinators around the world. Birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles, and other small mammals that pollinate plants are directly responsible for bringing us one out of every three bites of food. They also sustain our ecosystems and produce our natural resources by helping plants reproduce. Pollinating animals travel from plant to plant carrying pollen on their bodies in a vital interaction that allows the transfer of genetic material critical to the reproductive system of most flowering plants – the very plants that….
- bring us countless fruits, vegetables, and nuts,
- supply half of the world’s oils, fibers, and raw material
- prevent soil erosion,
- and increase carbon sequestration.
The pollinators thus transfer pollen to a stigma, ovule, flower, or plant, to allow fertilization. Among the various actors, perhaps the most famous are the honey bees upon which many flowers depend for pollination.
In many countries, more than 75% of the pollinators have disappeared and desperate measures have beentried in order to continue the food production. Without the latter, we may soon be at a true hunger apocalypse, primarily hitting our children.
Scientists have already demonstrated deleterious effects of cell phones on the well-being of honey bees, but much more knowledge needs to be put on the tables of our politicians responsible for agriculture as well as public health, both at the national and international level.
We must err on the side of safety instead of continuing to say we do not have full proof that there is a problem. The current body of research revealing the dire threat to planet and human health from current wireless technology provides enough data for scientists to call for an immediate but gradual return to wired systems, shielding off the artificial electromagnetic signals disturbing our vital pollinators.”- Olle Johansson.
Professor Olle Johansson and his research collaborators are all independent from the industry, political, and financial sectors, and only work for us. Much of the research will be undertaken in Switzerland and Olle Johansson will require funding to embark upon this venture.
No research funding for Olle Johansson = no study. No study = no policy. No policy = no bees. No bees = no food. No food = no children
What’s your legacy? — We urge you all to donate, to share widely with all your contacts, and spread our appeal to every corner of the globe, as every donation will count.
Become one of many philanthropists supporting Professor Olle Johansson’s research project by adding human power to his bee-quest for future generations.
As, in the words of Professor Johansson…“It is really not for me, but for the bees, for the food production, and for the children, now and in the future. I have had my fair share of food, but the children have not. Will they…?”
Happy Birthday, from Christine Zipps, Denise Rowland, Jennifer Wood, and so many others!
To support Professor Olle Johansson’s efforts: https://honeywire.org/research
See Natural Blaze: Real Research, Real Compassion, Real Science: Pioneering Neuroscientist Dr. Olle Johansson Tribute here.
See Natural Blaze: August Harvest (Vs. 5G): “Bees Are The Guardians” And Wireless Robotic Bees Are Not The Answer here.
See the complete August Harvest Series HERE.