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Second, I have no idea who wrote it, it's a website with information. There is a difference. You asked for reasons, I gave you some with a link. But I see what you tactic is here...
You've heard the news about honeybees. "Beepocalypse," they've called it. Beemageddon. America's honeybees are dying, putting honey production and $15 billion worth of pollinated food crops in jeopardy.
The situation has become so dire that earlier this year the White House put forth the first National Strategy to Promote the Health of Honey Bees and Other Pollinators, a 64-page policy framework for saving the nation's bees, butterflies and other pollinating animals.
The trouble all began in 2006 or so, when beekeepers first began noticing mysterious die-offs. It was soon christened "colony collapse disorder," and has been responsible for the loss of 20 to 40 percent of managed honeybee colonies each winter over the past decade.
The math says that if you lose 30 percent of your bee colonies every year for a few years, you rapidly end up with close to 0 colonies left. But get a load of this data on the number of active bee colonies in the U.S. since 1987. Pay particular attention to the period after 2006, when CCD was first documented.
But here on DU I was explicitly told that GMOs were eradicating the honeybees.... Next anti-science talking point?
NASA faked the moon landings, HIV was made by the government, and Elvis aint dead.
Further fueled by reliable evidence on the Internet, these conspiracy theories can be added to and expanded upon for years, even decades in the case of the supposed UFO landings of Roswell in 1947.
Testing the theory that conspiracy theorists will largely only discuss, share and believe theories of other conspiracy theorists, scientists posted nearly 5,000 comments on Facebook, trolling conspiracy and science news pages with crazy rumors. YouTube user Rebecca Watson aka Skepchick discusses this study in her latest video on conspiracy theorists.
Officers say that they could hear the man yelling in the basement the moment they entered the Morgans home. But when they moved cautiously into the basement they saw nothing. However they could hear banging sounds coming from behind the northern wall of the Morgan familys basement, specifically echoing from behind a large storage cabinet.
hen the Officers moved the large metal cabinet they uncovered an entry way to a large hidden room in the basement. The room was full of various science equipment along with a terrified, elderly man. The 83 year old man was identified as Dr. Winston Corrigan, a chemistry professor from the University of Minnesota who went missing in the fall of 1984 and was a previous resident of the home.
The Police recovered over $500,000 worth of lab equipment stolen from the University, along with 3 hand guns, an assault rifle, 50 years worth of military grade rations and twelve 55 gallon barrels (including three almost empty barrels) of what DEA labs have identified as pure liquid Lysergic acid diethylamide, a powerful hallucinogenic drug more commonly known as the street name LSD or Acid.
12 55 gallon barrels!!! Holy shit!
AAAAANNNNDDDD it's satire...
IFLSCIENCE.ORG is a satire site. IFLSCIENCE.COM is a legit site. My mistake.
This is off his 1968 album "The Way I Feel", which is quite good. Not like Shatner's dreck from the 60s (although Shatner's "Has Been" from 2004 was EXCELLENT).
Rest in peace, sir. Live long and prosper.
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