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Fall Of Man Brought About By A Bee
 
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# 61 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 15:38
 
 
Someone said :
When did you stop being TG/TV/CD/TS?

Is the problem not a general lack of reproduction on the part of the bees?

It is but arent they being forced into slave labour and no-where to hang out and be sociable, are our habits killing the bees way of living in the country?
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# 62 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 15:48
 
 
Someone said :

It is but arent they being forced into slave labour and no-where to hang out and be sociable, are our habits killing the bees way of living in the country?

What seems to be killing them is the mixing of different species of Bee from round the world, you have bee species that have not lived in the same environment for hundreds of millions of years, so each group is bringing new diseases to each other, what it seems to be is an immune disorder similar to HIV.

So more numbers or a better habitat is not going to help. They will solve this problem because they have to.
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# 63 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 15:49
 
 
Someone said :

What seems to be killing them is the mixing of different species of Bee from round the world, you have bee species that have not lived in the same environment for hundreds of millions of years, so each group is bringing new diseases to each other, what it seems to be is an immune disorder similar to HIV.

So more numbers or a better habitat is not going to help. They will solve this problem because they have to.

It wouldnt help then?
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# 64 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:18
 
 
i think if bees become extinct some other organism will fill it's role in the environment as what has always happened when something goes extinct
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# 65 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:28
 
 
Someone said :
i think if bees become extinct some other organism will fill it's role in the environment as what has always happened when something goes extinct

Not really bees are not predators so no singular specie is left with an edge, what you may get is extinctions of other flora therefore some insects and birds that depend on the bee doing their job. You never can be absolutely sure what will happen in an environment when the balance is altered only time will tell.

I still think they will solve this problem.


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# 66 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:31
 
 
Someone said :

What seems to be killing them is the mixing of different species of Bee from round the world, you have bee species that have not lived in the same environment for hundreds of millions of years, so each group is bringing new diseases to each other, what it seems to be is an immune disorder similar to HIV.

So more numbers or a better habitat is not going to help. They will solve this problem because they have to.

A species of super bees will emerge, who resist to all of those.
The downside is that they may not be the domestic bee.
Man will not know how to deal with a bee that refuses to be domesticated.
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# 67 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:39
 
 
i do love my honey
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# 68 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:43
 
 
I'm sure this has been said...but this story is just un-bee-leavable...
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# 69 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:46
 
 
Someone said :
i do love my honey

Honey is a potent symbol of immortality and perfection - I remember researching all the historical permutations of its cultural and historical meaning - they are incredibly fascinating and widespread.
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# 70 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:47
 
 
Someone said :
I'm sure this has been said...but this story is just un-bee-leavable...

you disgust me
jk
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# 71 : Monday 3-1-2011 @ 16:51
 
 
Someone said :

A species of super bees will emerge, who resist to all of those.
The downside is that they may not be the domestic bee.
Man will not know how to deal with a bee that refuses to be domesticated.

Not necessarily besides no bee is domesticated, they are still a wild insect they could live without man, not like some of the domesticated farm animals which depend on man for their survival.

Take the African bee, they where introduced to south America as they produce more honey then the south American bee, they also reproduce earlier then the American bee which meant they now dominate right up to Texas at a cost to the natural American bee. African bees are the most aggressive bee but they have also been very successfully farmed.

But they to are suffering colony collapse.
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# 72 : Tuesday 11-1-2011 @ 21:51
 
 
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# 73 : Thursday 13-1-2011 @ 10:40
 
 
domesticated bees? Is someone having a laugh?
'Jimmy... time to take buzzy for his walkies!!!!'
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# 74 : Tuesday 25-4-2017 @ 10:59
 
 
Turns out that a parasite of the bee hives has been found able to degrade plastic that before could only be left to degrade naturally in 400 years, or using string acids or slow-acting bacteria.

http://www.dw.com/en/a-caterpillar-that-eats-and-digests-plastic- etc ...
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