posted on Apr, 29 2008 @ 03:04 PM
This thread should end up very very long, the fact the bees are not the only pollunator, most likley is not the meaning behind the statement -
whomever made it.
The predators that wait around the flowers that the bees visit, will not have the bees to feast on, they will adapt and move on to the next largest
supply -- and could they be the remaining pollunators you all say can keep up the work?
Will there be more then 1 predator after them? Will the larger plant life that bees pollunate die away, and since they provided shade for the smaller
plant and ' the other insects ' work space, driving them away?
There is too many factors to argue its simply the bees as transport mediums that will bring us to our knees, without the plants they farm, there may
be larger animals we depand on that can starve.. and so on and so on..