Skip to comments.Plummeting insect numbers 'threaten collapse of nature'
Posted on 02/11/2019 1:52:51 AM PST by LibWhacker
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It’s possible that it’s where there is no agriculture that there are less smashed bugs on the windshield. You’ll find that when you drive through farmlands in the summer your windshield is a mess. And in the spring in the desert butterflies plaster mine. Here I am talking about dead bugs on a window cause some alarmist article is lying about nature. Sheesh.
It’s because people found out they “taste like chicken”.
Here in Minnesota I haven’t seen a mosquito in months. So I guess this scientist must be right.
I’m in central eastern Michigan. Give it a minute.
Hah. I’ve already been bitten by noseeums several times this winter.
the Green New Deal: pestilence, disease, war and death
Im in central eastern Michigan. Give it a minute.
I still have a few mosquitoes in the freezer from last year so at least I have meat for the winter.
1. Urbanisation and climate change are also significant factors...
2. rising temperatures due to climate change are ...
3. ...largely due to climate change. and last, but not least:
4. ...all the things [eradicating insects], including climate change, he said.
Therefore, this thread gets awarded four (4!) Goebbels.
I bet we also have to elect a bunch of leftists to save us too, right?
If the result is the death of all red fire ants - count me in.
Well, I’ll be damned....... species eliminated.
No proof what so ever. This article is total garbage
Ticks are not bugs
Ticks are arachnids
first global scientific review. here lies the problem
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Right you are, Ronnie, and right around the corner are international forums, Al Gores, scientific email scandals, and Mitt Romneys.
Plenty of stinkbugs still!
This is REAL! Last summer I had mosquitoes all over my property!
Now in February, less than 6 months later, there are NONE!
I could shovel the snow in my underwear and I bet I would not get bitten once.
Had a similar experience one night on Solomons Island, MD. Walking from the Holiday Inn to one of the restaurants on the water there, fireflies everywhere, landing on me, in the trees, on the road... it was kind of magical.
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