Friday, October 5, 2012

Bee Deviled: Scientists No Longer Bumbling Over Cause Of Colony Collapse Disorder





Photo courtesy of Kyle Anderson Photography
The Huffington Post

Bee Deviled: Scientists No Longer Bumbling Over Cause Of Colony Collapse Disorder
Annie Spiegelman
Posted: 09/19/2012 12:14 pm


Though worldwide bee health has been on the decline since the 1990s, it wasn't until the fall of 2006 that beekeepers nationwide began noticing millions of bees vanishing from their hives. This syndrome, named colony collapse disorder, or CCD, is characterized by the disappearance of adult honey bees from the hive, leaving the newborns to fend for themselves.

If you're not a huge fan of the bee, why should this matter to you? Well, if you like to eat food, you should be concerned. Besides gathering nectar to produce honey, bees pollinate agricultural crops, home gardens, orchards and wildlife habitat. As they travel from blossom to blossom in search of nectar, pollen sticks to their furry body and is transferred to another flowering blossom enabling it to swell into a ripened fruit. It's estimated that about one-third of the human diet is derived from insect-pollinated plants and three-quarters of all plants on the planet depend on insects or animals for pollination.

Most scientists now agree that the main causes of colony collapse disorder are nutritional stress, pathogens (mites, viruses and fungus), and pesticides. Two recent studies published in Science strengthen the case that a relatively new class of systemic insecticides entitled 'neonicotinoid pesticides' are indeed key drivers behind recent pollinator decline.

PROJECT CAMELOT: CHINESE FRIGATE IN SF HARBOR


To say something unusual is going on offshore from San Francisco is perhaps stating the obvious, what it is nobody is quite sure.  So much disinformation is being thrown out to bloggers. Kerry Cassidy, Gordon Duff, and John Kettler have all written about it from information gained from their sources. Its a real fog of confusion right now.  San Francisco is no stranger to fog, but we don't usually see this kind of fog. Kerry is right to be skeptical until more facts are in. In addition to the Gordon Duff articles at Veterans Today listed below, John Kettler has written several articles on this same subject, you can read those here: http://johnkettler.com  Stories range from a lone Reptilian escape pod (a survivor from when the Andromedan Star Sytem Procyons race took out the reptilian undersea bases bases earlier in 2012), firing upon a US Navy ship, to  to bankers being arrested and put aboard Chinese frigates.  

I have no inside information as to what is really going on. I suspect its about bankers and other cabal members being taken into custody where they can't be freed by mercenary paramilitaries. But I have no proof or information as to that, just a hunch. -AK


http://projectcamelotportal.com/kerrys-blog

CHINESE FRIGATE IN SF HARBOR
Monday, 01 October 2012 16:22
Written by Kerry Cassidy
U.S. Navy FLEET WEEK?  ...

I have been sent some pictures of officers and crew from what appears to be the Chinese Navy apparently sight seeing in San Francisco today... by a source.

The fact is there is now a frigate (type of ship pictured below) and according to this source it entered "unescorted into San Francisco" and was seen from the Bay Bridge.  They referred to this particular type of ship as a "war ship" and the source, on this info, is an ex-army special forces guy.

Later he took some photos of the officers and crew in San Francisco apparently sightseeing.

I'm sure this has nothing to do with my report last week about Chinese vessels in the area working with the US Navy on some undisclosed operation, (lol), but still I thought it responsible to report this added verification to what my original sources told me.

The question is what they are doing. Where there's a frigate there is also a Fleet, or so I am told.  Assuming the "fleet" are out in international waters one still might wonder what they are doing here.  Other than sight seeing I mean.

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