Nesaie wrote:I never said it was a fact, just my personal theory. When I read that this phenomenon wasn't happening to organically raised bees, I realized there had to be some factor that effected conventional bees only. That rules out cell towers and cell phones since organically raised bees would come into contact with these as well. When I read that conventional bees are fed high fructose corn syrup to increase production, I combined that with the knowledge that most corn in this country is GMO and have come up with this theory.
What other factors are different between conventionally raised bees and organic bees? Those are the factors you'd want to concentrate on.
And yes, GMO is interchangeable with GM. GM is genetically modified and GMO is genetically modified organism. I use GMO so it isn't confused with the car company.
bionic wrote:speaking of bumbles..
I have a bumble bee living under my back patio..it is always flying in and out of a crack down there in the cement..it's cute..but I am considering Raiding it and the crack it's livign in..for I know it's building a little bumble bee colony down there and given enough time..many bumble bees..which on one level would be cool..as the earht needs them..but do I really want a bunch of bees all over the place while I try to enjoy a beer on the back porch? selfishness..vs. selfless ness..ugh
holding to see how it goes..maye we can share the space
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