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BEES
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Will the extinction of Bees really mean the end of Humanity?

https://www.naturalblaze.com/2018/06/ext...anity.html
#2
37 Million Bees Found Dead After A Planting of a Large GMO Corn Field in Canada

http://dailynativenews.site/2018/03/37-m...corn-field
#3
Scientists discover bees understand the concept of zero -
Scientists have discovered honeybees can understand the concept of zero, putting them in an elite club of clever animals that can grasp the abstract mathematical notion of nothing.

By demonstrating that even tiny brains can comprehend complex, abstract concepts, the surprise finding opens possibilities for new, simpler approaches to developing Artificial Intelligence .....

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...pt-of-zero
#4
With bees scarce, a drone pollinates a New York apple orchard -

You see, in the 21st century, bee populations were dying off because everyone was using too many toxic pesticides. Farmers were starting to notice that the fuzzy little workers were starting to vanish because their crops weren’t getting pollinated. Boy, was everyone in a real pickle then! Thankfully, Droney Appleseed came to the rescue, flying over the farmland and spraying pollen wherever it went.....

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...e-orchard/
#5
(06-07-2018, 10:54 AM)awakened53 Wrote: 37 Million Bees Found Dead After A Planting of a Large GMO Corn Field in Canada

http://dailynativenews.site/2018/03/37-m...corn-field

As a bee keeper I can add conjecture to the running.

Firstly, a Corn crop, or, corn on the cobb crop does not need bees to polinate it, it is wind pollinated.

Secondly, the report does not say which time of year this is, this is important because many colonies of bees are destroyed by an internal pest called "The Varroa Destructor from fall onwards, this is also when there is little activity in the colony.

Thirdly, The greatest decline in the bee world is Bumble Bees, not Honey bees, honey bees are adapt at the treatment that beekeepers give them, bumble bees have little resistance to any chemicals.

Four, The environment is so contaminated by pollution that the wild insect life has little to no chance in most mono culture crop triangle, due to lots of other surficants in the chemical sprays like surficants and wetting agent that are added to the sprays to help them stick and last longer before they evaporate.

And like most of these fear angled reports they are inadequate to say the least, however, any insecticide will kills bees, especially if the bees are working hard in the crops when the farmer sprays, its a no brainer really.

And lastly, they bloody well do know what is causing the declines, its finding an honest lab that will tell the truth in all of this, they have machines that can detect millions to one contaminants in no time at all.

Here we are quite a ways from any intensive farming and our honey and wild bees, and many other insects are thriving here, see link below,

https://www.bitchute.com/video/fMtjJfxOZ2Fe/

(06-17-2018, 06:38 AM)Steve Wrote: With bees scarce, a drone pollinates a New York apple orchard -

You see, in the 21st century, bee populations were dying off because everyone was using too many toxic pesticides. Farmers were starting to notice that the fuzzy little workers were starting to vanish because their crops weren’t getting pollinated. Boy, was everyone in a real pickle then! Thankfully, Droney Appleseed came to the rescue, flying over the farmland and spraying pollen wherever it went.....

https://www.nexusnewsfeed.com/article/cl...e-orchard/

Here we have another non starter, a drone simply cannot pollinate flowers, the transfer is done by the bee or insect as it enters the flower via contact. Trying to do it by draught or wind and basically chance of the pollent if it is spreading any which the film clearly does not show unless your totally blind, is not going to produce the numbers of flowers pollinted.

Again these reports concentrate upon the fear tactics, all we need to do is stop using as many chemicals for cash crop profits and stop paying farmers for not growing food and dumping good food.

It is as simple as that, what needs setting aside is government legislation and corporate greed.
  


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