I stumbled upon NOVA’s “Journey of the Butterflies”. This is about the 2,000-mile migration of monarch butterflies to a sanctuary in the highlands of Mexico (http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/nature/journey-butterflies.html)
I noticed the below excerpt from a page on the site monarchwatch.org titled “top 10 facts on Monarchs” :
Migrating monarchs in the interior of the continent fly in directions that seem to be geographically appropriate given the need to reach Mexico. How the butterfly determines these directions is the unanswered navigation question. Components of the navigational system that are known involve a time-compensated sun compass linked to the circadian clock, and a protein (Cry1) that is sensitive to blue light and ultraviolet wavelengths.”
1. Has anyone conducted resonance studies on the migratory destination?
2. At what frequency range does the final destination in Mexico resonate?
3. At what frequency range does the originating migratory area resonate?
4. At what frequency range does the intervened originating area of Washington DC resonate? (from the documented study)
5. What is the deviation of the originating area to the intervened area?
6. What is the frequency the Monarch’s resonate while in flight?
7. What is the deviation of the frequencies the Monarchs resonate compared to the originating migratory area and the migratory destination?
I have been researching planetary resonance. All the planets in our solar system including the sun resonate at various frequencies. Could resonance be the navigational answer to the migratory path of the Monarchs?