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It's not ok to post about bees?

 
WindyMind (OP)

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One salesman quickly jerked back his business card when a reporter pulled out a tape recorder to capture the man’s promises offering a “nanoparticle sweetener for honey that cannot be detected.”

Does the FDA Care?

The U.S. Departments of Customs and Border Patrol and Immigration and Customs Enforcement have dollar and cents issues to worry about because hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid taxes and anti-dumping tariffs on Chinese imports are circumvented by the honey laundering.

“These honey crimes are not a Republican or Democratic, Liberal or Conservative issue. The country is being ripped off of millions and millions,” Phipps said.


This is an interesting article about Chinese honey or imitation honey that is imported from foreign countries. The US produces about 45% of the honey we use and imports 65%. China has heavy metals in it's honey which build up in the body over time and is said to be especially bad for children.
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Bee Venom Destroys Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)


Bee venom contains a potent toxin called melittin that can poke holes in the protective envelope that surrounds HIV, and other viruses. Large amounts of free melittin can cause a lot of damage. Indeed, in addition to anti-viral therapy, the paper’s senior author, Samuel A. Wickline, MD, the J. Russell Hornsby Professor of Biomedical Sciences, has shown melittin-loaded nanoparticles to be effective in killing tumor cells.

The new study shows that melittin loaded onto these nanoparticles does not harm normal cells. That’s because Hood added protective bumpers to the nanoparticle surface. When the nanoparticles come into contact with normal cells, which are much larger in size, the particles simply bounce off. HIV, on the other hand, is even smaller than the nanoparticle, so HIV fits between the bumpers and makes contact with the surface of the nanoparticle, where the bee toxin awaits. (1)
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Over 30 Million Bees Found Dead In Elmwood Canada
July 1, 2013 by Arjun
Shortly after 50,000 bees were found dead in an Oregon parking lot (read more here), a staggering 37 million bees have been found dead in Elmwood, Ontario, Canada. Dave Schuit, who runs a honey operation in Elmwood has lost 600 hives. He is pointing the finger at the insecticides known as neonicotinoids, which are manufactured by Bayer CropScience Inc.
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Are Honey Bees Our Proverbial Canaries in the Coal Mine?


These pesticides, which manufacturers continue to claim are 'not the culprit' in the massive bee die offs, have now been linked to additional, even more serious effects from the Netherlands to California and throughout Canada and the Midwest United States.

The evidence is in and it's far more condemning than anyone had imagined. Studies around the world have clear and distinct findings directly linking the persistent presence of neonicotinoids to serious environmental consequences. It turns out the bees are not the only ones in serious trouble.

A report published in January of 2013 issued by the American Bird Conservancy chronicles massive bird die offs in North America over the last decade, as well as a long list of failures in the permitting processes of these toxins. Co-authored by internationally renowned bird toxicologist Pierre Mineau and Cynthia Palmer, the Editor in Chief of the news service 'Environmental Health News', the report details specific findings of the toxicity of these chemicals to fish, invertebrates and birds. Here are just a few of the findings from the report:

"A single corn kernel coated with a neonicotinoid can kill a songbird."

"Even a tiny grain of wheat or canola treated with the oldest neonicotinoid, Imidacloprid, can poison a bird."
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Bee Deaths May Have Reached A Crisis Point For Crops
by DAN CHARLES
May 07, 2013 6:03 PM

Beekeepers have a whole list of reasons for why so many colonies are dying. There's a nasty parasite called the Varroa Mite, which they can't get rid of. There are also bee-killing pesticides. And there are just fewer places in the country where a bee can find plenty of flowering plants that provide nectar and pollen.

That was especially true this past year. The same drought that left Midwestern corn fields parched and wilting also dried up wildflowers and starved the bees.

That was a natural disaster. But May Berenbaum, who chairs the Department of Entomology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, says that most of the changes in the landscape are the result of people's decisions about what to do with their land.

"I just wish there were more incentives for people — not just farmers — to plant a more diversified landscape that provides nutritional resources for all kinds of pollinators," she says. "Plant more flowers! And be a little more tolerant of the weeds in the garden."

More controversial is the role of pesticides. Some beekeepers and environmentalists are calling for tighter restrictions on the use of one particular class of pesticides called neonicotinoids. Europe is about to ban some uses of these pesticides. But U.S. farmers and pesticide companies are opposed to any such move here, and the Environmental Protection Agency says it's not yet convinced that this would help bees very much.
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07/16/2013 11:25 PM
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I don't know about bees but I have a lady bug vid. :D


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wtf
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I don't know about bees but I have a lady bug vid. :D


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wtf
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It's a long story, all my bee links flew away and wouldn't post. It is really about chemtrails.
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BEE APOCALYPSE NOW
Scientists discover what’s killing the bees and it’s worse than you thought
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Most disturbing, bees that ate pollen contaminated with fungicides were three times as likely to be infected by the parasite. Widely used, fungicides had been thought to be harmless for bees as they’re designed to kill fungus, not insects, on crops like apples.

“There’s growing evidence that fungicides may be affecting the bees on their own and I think what it highlights is a need to reassess how we label these agricultural chemicals,” Dennis vanEngelsdorp, the study’s lead author, told Quartz.

Labels on pesticides warn farmers not to spray when pollinating bees are in the vicinity but such precautions have not applied to fungicides.
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Most honey from grocery stores is not actually honey.

Bee pollen is full of protein, vitamins, minerals, lipids, and carbohydrates. Besides this nutritional value, it is said to help with stomach ailments, allergies, anemia, low energy, and other problems. Pollen from flowers is packaged by the honey bees with nectar and enzymes which turns it into a superfood.
The fact that pollen is removed by honey packers seems bizarre, considering that it costs money and reduces quality. One company spokesman said “North American shoppers want their honey crystal clear” (a useless sound bite) and another said “processed honey…lasts longer on the shelves” (admitting it’s about the money).

Read more at [link to www.realfarmacy.com]
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More Than 25,000 Bees Found Dead In Oregon Parking Lot
June 27, 2013 by Arjun Walia
Approximately 25,000 – 50,000 bumble bees, along with honey bees and lady bugs were found found dead recently at a Target store parking lot in Wilsonville, Oregon. A Portland-based Xerces Society of Invertebrate Conservation was called to the scene to investigate. The bees were found clustered under dozens of European linden trees, the organization believes that the cause of death is likely attributable to acute pesticide poisoning, but are not 100 percent certain. It was recently discovered that that the linden trees were mistakenly sprayed on June 15 with Safari, a potent insecticide.

After several calls at the office I visited the Target store in Wilsonville and found a parking lot full of dead bumble bees underneath blooming European linden trees. They were literally falling out of the trees. To our knowledge this is one of the largest documented bumble bee deaths in the Western U.S. It was heartbreaking to watch – Rich Hatfield, conservation biologists with the Portland Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation
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I didn't say Margaret had a problem.
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Wow. Bayer has just sued the European Commission to overturn a ban on the pesticides that are killing millions of bees around the world. A huge public push won this landmark ban only months ago -- and we can't sit back and let Big Pesticide overturn it while the bees vanish.

Bayer and Syngenta, two of the world's largest chemical corporations, claim that the ban is "unjustified" and "disproportionate." But clear scientific evidence shows their products are behind the massive bee die-off that puts our entire food chain in peril.

Just last month, 37 million bees were discovered dead on a single Canadian farm. And unless we act now, the bees will keep dying. We have to show Bayer now that we won't tolerate it putting its profits ahead of our planet's health. If this giant corporation manages to bully Europe into submission, it would spell disaster for the bees.
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Mystery solved, links with .ca in them don't post. :) YAY!

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[link to en.wikipedia.org] This is a link to what is a growing mystery to Science and a great worry for Humans.
Albert Einstein theorised and it has been proven fact, that if all bees die out, so will Human kind.

I shouldn't have ended my chemtrails thread so hastily.

This article says that 80% of the bees on the planet have died out. Really?
 Quoting: WindyMind


This is probably true. Most of the feral colonies have perished having contracted the same problems as managed colonies.

Honey bees are making a comeback by way of hobbiests and more relaxed laws in many cities.

By the way, Monsanto recently scooped up the main research facility studing colony collapse????? Yep!

Take a class. Get a bee hive. Fall in love with a bug.
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Mystery solved, links with .ca in them don't post. :) YAY!

[link to prayingforoneday.wordpress.com]

[link to en.wikipedia.org] This is a link to what is a growing mystery to Science and a great worry for Humans.
Albert Einstein theorised and it has been proven fact, that if all bees die out, so will Human kind.

I shouldn't have ended my chemtrails thread so hastily.

This article says that 80% of the bees on the planet have died out. Really?
 Quoting: WindyMind


This is probably true. Most of the feral colonies have perished having contracted the same problems as managed colonies.

Honey bees are making a comeback by way of hobbiests and more relaxed laws in many cities.

By the way, Monsanto recently scooped up the main research facility studing colony collapse????? Yep!

Take a class. Get a bee hive. Fall in love with a bug.
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