Bees die and humans dead in 4 years? Seems extreme considering we would still have fish.... And the last I know of, bees don't generally pollinate in the ocean...
Don't get me wrong, I'm a bee advocate, just not an advocate of people saying we would all die within years of the bees dying. Humans are a bit
more resourceful than that. Not that it makes it any better.
The loss of bees isn't just going to drastically reduce plant reproduction....the honey we rely so much on for more than just a sandwich and it's
healing properties too. Its sad that we take and take and take so much from these little insects, and instead of treating them like an endangered
species, we continue to destroy them like pests. When their numbers are so drastically low that they finally enter the endangered species lists, will
it be too late to fix the problem? And even now..if we all did absolutely everything possible to fix the problem, how long before the colonies return
to normal and their health stable?