Rapid ‘Ōhi‘a Death
A newly identified disease has killed large numbers of mature ʻōhiʻa trees (Metrosideros polymorpha) in forests and residential areas of the Puna and Hilo Districts of Hawaiʻi Island. Landowners have observed that when previously healthy-looking trees begin to exhibit symptoms they typically die within a matter of weeks.
ROD locations correlate well with locations of high gain microwave relay towers and the microwave beam paths between towers as well as microwave/RF tower locations. The trees don’t like the chronic voltage (electrical potential) in the atmosphere. The power may be grounding out into the trees and triggering low level electrical currents (like an antenna) since the trees are grounded to the Earth. The microwave relay beams do not “shoot straight” and get bent/refracted by weather disturbances. Electromagnetic radiation, refraction, reflection, induction and conduction.
Ditto. We have placed nature in an easy-bake microwave oven. EMR has been known to impact the growth of fungus:
Path of microwave radiation from high gain microwave tree cookers lines up well with dying ‘Ōhi‘a trees