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Insecticide firms in secret bid to stop ban that could save bees

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posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 10:02 AM
This makes no logical sense. Why would you want to destroy your ability to create food? Something is not right. Why do I keep getting the feeling that humans are not behind this? It goes beyond evil. Someone is tampering with the very fabric of nature. Our Creator has to be pissed.

posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 01:19 PM
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As man tries to take over nature to make profits he ALWAYS ends up destroying it,and yes the creator is PISSED and hides his rectifying hand in natural disasters, because there are many god haters in science.
But dominous can and will stop the insanity soon ,just hope some of us survive his absolute retribution.

posted on Apr, 30 2013 @ 01:52 PM

Originally posted by supergravity
reply to post by maryhinge

The " SMART" people of the world that rule over us create the solutions first then the PROBLEM.

It is highly probable Monsanto had already invented genetically modified "SELF POLINATING PLANTS" and then to put it in place the bee's would have to be eliminated,Monsanto rushing in to save the day WILL BE THE HEADLINES wile they make billions on the scam.

Very SAD but very TRUE

posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:59 AM
wow just read this, thought you might like to read this... felt happy when I read it:

Utah Cabin Had Uninvited Guests _ 60,000 Bees

could be a good sign??

It was the biggest beehive that that Ogden beekeeper Vic Bachman has ever removed — a dozen feet long, packed inside the eaves of a cabin in Ogden Valley.

"We figure we got 15 pounds of bees out of there," said Bachman, who said that converts to about 60,000 honeybees.

Bachman was called to the A-frame cabin last month in Eden, Utah. Taking apart a panel that hid roof rafters, he had no idea he would find honeycombs packed 12 feet long, 4 feet wide and 16 inches deep.

The honeybees had been making the enclosed cavity their home since 1996, hardly bothering the homeowners. The cabin was rarely used, but when the owners needed to occupy it while building another home nearby, they decided the beehive wasn't safe for their two children. A few bees had found their way inside the house, and the hive was just outside a window of a children's bedroom.

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