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5G cellular service is the new big thing right now. It is supposed to be faster and better so that you spend less time waiting for your phone to load. Sounds great right? Let me answer that for you. It is not. 5G appears to be interfering with the bees. 

The radio frequencies that these new 5G towers are emitting are actually fatal to bees. These radio frequencies and the waves that our cell phones are now emitting cause the navigational systems in the worker bees to go awry, thus causing them to not be able to find the hive again. This kills the worker bees and in turn kills the colony as well because, without the food that the worker bee provides, the colony will not survive. Using 5G is very harmful for the bees. 

There was a study done by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service  that showed that 63% of the colonies that were in contact with 5G waves collapsed due to the fact that the waves disrupted the bees navigational system. 

Bees are positively charged and flowers are negatively charged, this normally allows bees to use the Earth’s magnetic fields to navigate, but with the new 5G waves going through the air, bees cannot find their way around anymore. This leads to the colony collapse problem bees are facing now. 

Since 2016, the United States has lost about 40% of its bee population due to colony collapse. If this rate is kept up, bees will go extinct by the year 2035. I know I have said this before, but I believe that it should be taken very seriously, Albert Einstein said, “If the bee disappeared off the face of the Earth, man would only have four years left to live”. This means by the year 2040, we could all be extinct.

At Beehive Bow Ties, we donate a portion of the profits to helping save the bee population. We donate to organizations that are dedicated to saving the bees. So with every bow tie that you buy, you too are helping save the bees. Gentlemen know that looking good is important, but doing good is even better. Click here to find your bow tie that will help save the bees from going extinct.