Takes 29 humans to replace the work of one BEE!
As we head into peak corn planting season throughout the U.S. Midwest, bees will once again “get it from all sides” as they:
*;fly through clothianidin-contaminated planter dust;
*gather clothianidin-laced corn pollen, which will then be fed to emerging larva;
*gather water from acutely toxic, pesticide-laced guttation droplets; and/or
*gather pollen and nectar from nearby fields where forage sources such as dandelions have taken up these persistent chemicals from soil that’s been contaminated year on year since clothianidin’s widespread introduction into corn cultivation in 2003.
At least 94% of the 92 million U.S. acres planted in corn is treated with pesticides known to harm bees.
Back to the bees. Neonicotinoids are known to synergize with certain fungicides to increase the toxicity of the former to honey bees up to 1,000-fold, and fungicides may be key culprits in undermining beneficial bee microbiota that do things like make beebread nutritious and support immune response against gut pathogens like Nosema. Fungicide use in corn is likewise destroying beneficial fungi in many cropping systems, and driving the emergence of resistant strains...
2007 study half the bees do not come home...and their answer is the usual answer..."MORE STUDY NEEDED"...cop-outs..weak people, no guts to stand up and tell the truth...This study is a bunch of words put together to hide the truth...And it's right in there too, but words soften the blow...50% of the bees in the study did not return to the hive!
We should have all the corn and other GMOs destroyed today, and not grow this anymore... They knew for 17 years or more this day would come...
Andrew has been an enthusiast of the esoteric for decades. He is Editor in Chief of Mindscape - an international magazine, Chairman of The Rennes Group, and former Director of the Institute of Interdisciplinary Sciences (ISIS). Andrew has also been featured in several documentaries. Gough has written for journals and publications and is currently finishing his new book, The Hidden Hive of History: The Forgotten God of the Ancients. Andrew is considered an expert on bees and their mythology. We'll explore the sacred tradition that has existed for over 100 million years; the veneration of the honey bee. Gough reveals new insights into Atlantis, the fabled labyrinth of Knossos, the Sphinx, as well as the genesis of religion, politics, the illuminate, and the mysterious seafarers whose hallucinogenic concoctions enabled them to become the drug lords of the ancient world, and rulers of souls in the afterlife. The Hidden Hive of History is about the forgotten god of the ancients; the sacred honey bee.