posted on Apr, 25 2008 @ 10:35 PM
There are many articles on the internet that discuss this issue. In a research seminar for my graduate work, I looked into the colony collapse
disorder. There are many theories.
Richard Hoagland suggests that the disappearance is related to torsion physics and navigation, and that the bees aren't necessarily dying; they are
lost. Some articles look at cell/wi-fi technologies. Some point to the GMO issues, and others to pesticides like the nicotine based ones from
companies like Bayer.
Rather than just continuing to read about the collapse, I enrolled in a class where I'm learning how to keep bees. It's a great class so far. It
appears that migratory colonies, those which are transported from state to state for pollinating purposes, are seeing more of the effects than
colonies that are rather stationary. There is still much for me to learn.
I tell people that I'm taking the class and they smile or laugh. Then I tell them that every 3rd bite of food that they take is the result of bee
pollination. I think they understand that.
I don't know how much a stretch it is to connect this to the Codex stuff, or whether this whole thing was orchestrated. There was another article in
this forum about the salmon no longer running up certain rivers. Perhaps these changes are due to the supposed shifting of the poles, and thus
Whatever the case, I believe we're seeing the beginnings of the hard times for food. I don't know what the point of critical mass is, but it can't
be too far down the line.