May 8, 2014
University of Oldenburg
"Scientists have proved that the magnetic compass of robins happens when the birds are exposed to AM radio wave's electromagnetic interference, even if the signals are just a thousandth of the limit value labeled harmless. This tells us more about migration of birds." Taken from the University of Oldenburg. In my own words this means that when a bird, in the tests a Robbin, comes in contact with AM radio wave's it effects it's migration pattern. I don't know exactly how but I have a few guesses. Shen the birds come in contact with the waves they forget where they are flying to. My second guess is the birds speed up, and get to their final location faster. This might allow us to understand and help creations that might be affected by radio waves too, or even other animals.