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silverngold, b.s. alert!

Posted by treefrog @ 21:20 on October 30, 2014  

your post about a world without bees is overstating a problem.  it claims that a world without honeybees would be a world without mangoes, presumably because the mangoes would not get pollinated.   not so.  honeybees are not a major pollinator of mangoes.  flies, butterflies, and many other insects take care of mangoes needs.  here a pair of lovebugs are pimping a cluster of mango blossoms


honeybees are a valuable, but not indispensible resource.  there are lots of other types of insects including other types of bees that could step into that ecological niche.  google “mason orchard bees.”  if you’re worried about the plants around you getting hooked up, you can even set up a breeding nest for orchard bees.


we have plenty of crises threatening our world.  most of them are blown way out of proportion to reality.  it sells newspapers (or banner ads at least).

remember, more americans have been married to kim kardashian than have died of ebola.

disclaimer:  please do not confuse the news with the truth.



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