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#295922 - 03/01/07 02:38 PM Where have all the bees gone?
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In recent weeks I have
-read an article in teh NYTimes on about how bees are disappearing across the country

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#310897 - 05/02/07 08:13 PM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: Alegra - Cooking for Kids]
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So, finally people (besides me) are talking about this phenomenon. It's pretty wierd stuff taht the bees are simply vanishing, nowhere to be found.

New York Times is covering it:
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#311069 - 05/03/07 11:20 AM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: Alegra - Cooking for Kids]
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The bees are dying. It's called Colony Collapse Disorder. It is now though to be some sort of contagious fungal disease, but the theories change almost daily. 25% of all bees have died.
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#312942 - 05/12/07 12:59 PM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: pondlady]
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Apparently, after the colony disappears (and dies), there are a few survivors taht wander around the old hive, confused. It's so sad. When I learned about the discombobulated survivors a friend asked "Is that what we'll be like when humans suffer from colony collapse?"


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#318002 - 05/29/07 10:01 AM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: Alegra - Cooking for Kids]
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Here is a good article taht describes the most recent theories, as well as results and implications:

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#318839 - 06/01/07 12:40 PM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: Alegra - Cooking for Kids]
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And my own summary can be found here:

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#324840 - 06/25/07 11:47 PM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: Alegra - Cooking for Kids]
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This is so sad! they need to find a solution to this problem fast since no bees no pollination, no pollination no flowers and no honey!! OMG!!

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#327148 - 07/06/07 02:00 PM Re: Where have all the bees gone? [Re: Catrina]
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No pollination = No fruit, no vegetables, no grains, no beans, no...

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