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Plants are usually charged negatively and emit weak electric fields. On their side, bees acquire a positive charge as they fly through the air. No spark is produced as a charged bee approaches a charged flower, but a small electric force builds up that can potentially convey information.

How then do bees detect electric fields? This is not yet known, although the researchers speculate that hairy bumblebees bristle up under the electrostatic force, just like one’s hair in front of an old television screen.

The discovery of such electric detection has opened up a whole new understanding of insect perception and flower communication.
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We do it too, via goosebumps and the fine hairs on our body standing on end imho, not just with tv's or electrical appliances.


The shiver and goosebumps are when interaction is taking place on an electrostatic level, so we are communicating atomically with the surrounding fields, earth guardian, higherselfs, et, etc...

possibly, all speculation on my part, but feels about right.


peace
 Quoting: acuk 35067343


Yes, this is a topic introduced last year through the stories of the psychic connections natives had through long hair.
 
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