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Honey bees drop dead following California earthquake, secret space plane spotted

July 9, 2019

How could a simple earthquake harm bees in such a way?

(INTELLIHUB) — Hundreds if not thousands of honey bees dropped dead following the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake which struck California with force last Friday.

Twitter user Khalil Underwood managed to capture and post several videos to the platform which document the suspicious and unusual occurrences.

Underwood says he first saw about “70 bees on the floor” that were “buzzing and dying” which prompted him to take video.

“I wasn’t exagerating or joking last night,” he Tweeted. “… after the Earthquake thousands of bees were vibrating on the floor and dying…. this shit was so crazy to me.”

How could a simple earthquake harm bees in such a way? That is the question some are asking after an astronomer captured images of a secret space plane overflying the ravaged region at the time of the earthquake, as Tyler from the secureteam10 YouTube channel points out in a video published on Tuesday.

In the video, Tyler says the X-37B may have been lurking in the skies above possibly conducting a mission.

“This highly classified space plane was originally built and under the control of NASA back in the early 2000s but suddenly this classified space plane was transferred to the Department of National Security which raised even more eyebrows…,” he explained. “This space plane is doing much more up there.”

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The X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle in the encapsulation cell at the Astrotech facility in April 2010, in Titusville, Fla. Air Force officials are scheduled to launch the X-37B April 21, 2010, at Cape Canaveral Air Station, Fla. The X-37B is the U.S.’s newest and most advanced unmanned re-entry spacecraft. (William Proby/Flickr)
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