posted on Apr, 14 2008 @ 11:06 AM
This is the European honeybee right? As in, a bee that is not native to this land in the first place, even when the land was still outputting massive
production before there was any significant presence of them.
Sometimes species die out, or lose too many numbers. In that case we will just make something else. The original banannas that people in the Western
world ued to eat before the second part of the last century has been extinct for at least 60 years. We still have plenty of banannas to go around,
granted it took a few years of research to come up with anther one, the cavendish we have now.
Problem is the cavendish is also now goign extinct as a result of lack of genetic diversity. but scientist and agricultural genetecists are already
working on the replacment.
If the honeybees go extinct, which I doubt, we'll just modify and create a new species. As long as we have a stable scientific system in place, we
can do this indefinetly. I dotn really reccomend it, but apparantley that is just the way things are going to be and I cannot do anything about it. So
I will just go with the flow.