Thursday, May 03, 2007

Honeybees Vanishing

Is the Honeybee die-off just a one season event, or part of a long term trend? What is the cause?
Scientists are trying to find the answers.

U.S. Agriculture faces a potential crisis, since much of our crop production depends on bees (and other insects).


Anonymous said...

Slowly but surely the human race is committing suicide. The sad part about it is that the people in power, people in a position to know what's going on and try to do something about it, are aware of the problem and have made a conscious decision to do nothing.

I know, I know, I sound like one of those loony conspiracy theorists.

But think about it logically and the only logical conclusion is that there is a group of people who recognize that the earth is overpopulated and that the human population is accelerating and aggravating environmental issues that will eventually lead to a significant and catastrophic decrease in the human population. They are making plans to be the survivors. Problem solved, for them.

Of course I could be wrong..., but what if I'm right.

Anonymous said...

I watch the Discovery Channel's series, Planet Earth, which is an breathtaking reminder of power of Nature.

The one indisputable fact the show conveyed to me is that Nature can and will destroy Man before she allows us to destroy her.

We'd better step up as the stewards that God placed us here to be or we're not going to like the consequences.