Somehow we’ve known this all along, but we are supposed to consult the experts first to confirm that it is really the case. Forget about Common Sense, it’s not a valid Science.
Manmade chemicals not conforming to the Laws of Nature are always harmful to Nature. Whether they come in the form of pesticides or antibiotics, these are not the stuffs one must use for his own survival. All things are interconnected, and what is detrimental to one component of the biosphere is critical to the whole.
The alarming case of buzzers falling from the sky should not be ignored for it is a sign than something mustn’t be right. The effective preservation of these hardworking bees is ultimately the preservation of Life on Earth itself.
Its complete extinction can only be attributed to no other than the Eugenicists. Their extinction is therefore paramount.
Honey bees are quickly disappearing from the US – a phenomenon that has left scientists baffled. But new research shows that bees exposed to common agricultural chemicals while pollinating US crops are less likely to resist a parasitic infection.
As a result of chemical exposure, honey bees are more likely to succumb to the lethal Nosema ceranae parasite and die from the resulting complications.
Scientists from the University of Maryland and the US Department of Agriculture on Wednesday published a study that linked chemicals, including fungicides, to the mass die-offs. Scientists have long struggled to find the cause behind the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), in which an estimated 10 million beehives at an average value of $200 each have been lost since 2006.
Last winter, the honey bee population declined by 31.1 percent, with some beekeepers reporting losses of 90 to 100 percent of their bee populations. Scientists are concerned that “Beemageddon” could cause the collapse of the $200 billion agriculture industry, since more than 100 US crops rely on honey bees to pollinate them.
The new findings are key in determining one of the causes of the CCD, but they fail to explain why entire beehives sometimes die at once.
UMD and DOA researchers found that pollen samples in fields ranging from Delaware to Maine contained nine different agricultural chemicals, including fungicides, herbicides, insecticides and miticides. One particular sample even contained 21 different agricultural chemicals. To test their theory, they fed pesticide-ridden pollen samples to healthy bees and then infected them with the parasite. They found that the pesticides hindered the bees’ abilities to resist the infection, thus contributing to their deaths. The fungicide chlorothalonil was particularly damaging, tripling the risks of parasitic infection.
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