The bee's magnetic sense allows it to navigate using the magnetic lines of the earth. An ability that it has spent millions of years fine tuning and developing. Does it stand to reason then, that such an acute sensitivity would be affected by even the slightest change in the electromagnetic environment? And what about a substantial change... on one which has happened almost overnight?

Are there other species that have this sensitivity to magnetic fields, A sensitivity which, ultimately makes them vulnerable to man made frequencies? Unfortunately the discovery of a new protein cell called Cryptochrome suggest all life has a magnetic sense.