We all know that the Killer Bees have already invaded the United States of America and have killed people, pets and animals by swarming them and stinging them to death. Bummer indeed and it is quite serious for many towns in many South Western Regions in the US. But can we stop these ferocious killer bee swarms?.
Is there a way to prevent them from swarming? One researcher Mr. Warren Powers believes so and he stated his theory to stop them using high-powered sound waves. In an online think tank Mr. Powers stated:."This is why I think sound energy has a chance to succeed in the task of weakening or possibly fracture of the "tightened-drum-head" features found within the wing, specifically the cellophane-like membranes stretched between the fibrous wing "spars" seen via the link above.
".But if it takes a lot of power why use sound waves? I understand that sound could be used, however what about the possibilities of microwave, laser and other types of waves? Because we know you can send microwaves and such to stop even humans. Testing has been done at Sandia Labs and I read something about a project in Alamogordo. Are you really wanting to use sound or do you care, because if something works better or with less energy or more efficient are you interested or do you wish to only stick to sound? Are you open to another means to the end?.Interesting question as the researchers and scientists work on ways to stop the killer bees from killing you and your family, as the quest continues.
The Killer Bees are serious and they are tough little insects, which can really pack a wallop. So, consider this in 2006..