Well if you are a Dr Who fan then they are going home. If not then maybe this article will get you thinking.
Bees have a very close link to shape and design so what do you think happens when you fiddle with mature even to the slightest amount.
Read on for more and we do know why its happening.
Where did all the honey bees go? Lily Barclay investigates why thousands
of bees are being wiped out in the UK
What is the problem with honey bees?
A third of the UK’s honey bees did not survive this winter and spring. In
the US and other European countries this little-understood phenomenon has
been dubbed Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). No one fully understands why
this is happening.
What is Colony Collapse Disorder?
Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is used to describe the phenomenon in which
worker bees from a colony or hive abruptly disappear, and the colony dies.
It may be due to stress, or viruses, or a combination of both, or other
causes. But no one fully understands the condition, as hives and colonies
can collapse for other reasons, especially during the winter.
CCD was first reported in North America in late 2006 where in some
beekeepers saw losses of up to 95%. Today in the US overall honey bee
losses of 36% have seen significant drops in the quantity of honey
harvested. CCD has since spread and has been reported in Canada, Italy,
Germany and France. However, despite beekeepers concerns it is yet to be
officially confirmed in the UK by the Department for Environment, Food and
Rural Affairs (Defra).
Why does it matter?
Unsurprisingly, fewer honeybees means less honey. Many experts believe
that English honey will have run out by Christmas 2008, and will not be
available again until 2009. The consequences for the agricultural economy
could be significant - bees are reported to make an annual £165 million
for the industry.
But perhaps more crucially honeybees play a vital role within the planet’s
ecosystem by pollinating many fruit and vegetables. We don’t fully
understand the full consequences of their demise, but without bees many
flowering plants would become extinct.
These include most agricultural harvests making bees a critical link in
the food chain. Bees pollinate about 80% of flowering crops - this amounts
to a third of the food we eat, from raspberries to runner beans.
Why is it happening?
There are always natural dips in bees’ annual survival rate, and the
average drop in numbers over the winter period varies between 5% and 10%.
This year the British Beekeepers Association (BBA) reported that more than
30% of honey bees didn’t survive the winter and spring.
There are many possible explanations for this.
The main cause, however, according to Dr Sherwood ,is the increased usage
of genetically modified crops in the UK .
“The genetic sequencing is lacking data.” says Dr Jon, ” Lacking data the
plants do not form the same geometric shape when they grow to fruition.
Bees and other various other pollinating , colony-existing insects are
highly geometrically inclined .You only have to look at their eyes to see
they are made up of a sequence of equal hexagonal shapes and their hives
etc are the same.
When a bee flies into its hive it lines itself up with this geometry. When
the bees build a hive from GM pollen it does not make a hive of correct
proportions as the pollen sequence does not carry the ‘right’ information’
so they can’t match things up.
Thus Scientists in the UK as elsewhere ,in their arrogance and trying to
play God are unwittingly doing their
To wipe humanity of the face of this world.
Einstein apparently said this, “If you lose the bees humanity has four
Dr Jon Sherwood who can disprove many of Einstein’s theories concurs.