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Mt Nardi Wildlife Report to UNESCO - FINALpdf
Report for the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
Report detailing the exodus of species from the Mt. Nardi area of the Nightcap National Park World Heritage Area during a 15-year period (2000-2015.)
The correspondence of species disappearance from the Mt. Nardi-Mt. Matheson area of the World Heritage Site with the application of an increasing amount of electromagnetic technology designated as electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and electromagnetic frequencies (EMF.)
ID 368-006 Nightcap National Park 1986
New South Wales, Australia Co-ordinates: S28 32 24.60 E153 16 56.904,945 ha.
Report prepared by: Mark Broomhall (naturalist / ethno-botanist)
Zie verder de link bovenaan voor het volledige rapport. Hieronder de conclusie.
With these short explanations of events we can appreciate that the effects of this technology and its application on Mt. Nardi over the last fifteen years, affect not only the top of the lifechain species but they are devastating the fabric of the continuity of the World Heritage, causing genetic deterioration in an insidious, massive and ever escalating scale. To truly understand what these studies reveal is to stare into the abyss.
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