Radiation can affect insects at the cellular level and cause serious problems to their behavior and health. The new study, from a collaboration between the German Union for conservation of nature and biodiversity and other scientific groups, is a meta-analysis of more than 80 independent studies on the effects of radiation, such as that produced by mobile phones or even Wi Fi, on insects. < / P > < p > the researchers found that 72 out of 83 studies they studied showed a clear link between radiation and negative effects on insects such as flies and bees. Studies have shown that radiation from mobile phones and Wi Fi can affect living cells, especially by making them absorb calcium ions at a higher than normal rate. < / P > < p > studies have shown that these and other changes can have adverse effects on insects. It can cause them to get out of their normal sleep / wake cycle and even make them more vulnerable to illness. < / P > < p > “this study shows that we have to keep our eyes open in all directions when analyzing the causes of the sharp decline in insects,” Johannes enssle of NaBu said in a statement. “This topic is uncomfortable for many of us because it interferes with our daily life habits and there are strong economic benefits behind mobile communication technology.” < / P > < p > insects are absolutely essential to the food chain, and they are also important pollinators. Bees, in particular, have seen their numbers fall sharply because of the widespread use of pesticides and other chemicals today. Coupled with the radiation of science and technology, the number of bees will rapidly decrease, causing serious impact on the lives of plants and animals. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen