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NAT GEO Animal Extractions: Disgrace to the Honey Bee

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posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 02:12 PM
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This historic house is abuzz! Bees are swarming into this former bordello - can they be removed without too much damage?


That video is dated October 12, 2010. I couldn't find you a clip for the "Animal Extractions" episode I watched today on the NAT GEO channel, which inspired this thread. Both clips had something in common however that I find to be Disgraceful, Distasteful Disinformation: The professional use of PESTICIDES to KILL rather than relocate a European honey hive and the National Geographic channels approving "journalistic" silence as to the disgrace of this method. In the episode I watched today, the professional extractor specifically mentioned that the bees are docile and not attacking like Africanized bees, yet he proceeds to poison the colony.

Anyone in the bee industry knows European honey bee colonies can be easily transported from hive to hive with the use of a bee vacuum.

Shame on anyone who considers poisoning a honey colony.

I am,

Sri Oracle




posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 02:25 PM
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Wow Honey Bee's are disappearing and they decide to kill what looked like a super hive. It also looked like the back of the guys uniform said Bee specialist or something like that. To me it seems dumb to kill off an important part of the planet, hell there was probably a few thousand dollars worth of honey there and enough bee's to start a few colonies, truly sad.



posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 02:34 PM
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Chalk it up to one more stupid disrespectful of life thing people have done in the name of making their lives easier.



posted on Feb, 11 2011 @ 11:11 PM
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It is a clear experiment that the use of pesticides to kill bees. Monsanto have been saying that their pesticides do not or it is something else for the bees dying off. Really you do not need to be a scientist on this one to work out the clear relationship. It just goes to show how science is selling out just like the politicians. Is there any hope when the truth is worthless?



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