Skip to comments.Bumble Bees Headed for Extinction Thanks to Climate Change: Claim
Posted on 10/14/2021 9:56:09 AM PDT by ChicagoConservative27
The American bumble bee is destined to go the way of the brontosaurus and the wooly mammoth thanks to manmade climate change, media report.
The Center for Biological Diversity and Bombus Pollinators Association of Law Students have launched a petition calling for the bumble bee to be placed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) to save it from extinction, USA Today reported Thursday.
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Cool—do I get a government grant for preserving all the bees on my property...
“Bombus Pollinators Association of Law Students”
14 retards from Albany Law School.
Maybe we can get the cast of Romper Room to chime in as well...
Checked my russian heather the other morning and they bees are workin’ it big time. A LOT of them.
It must be really easy being a Climate Change “scientist”. All you’ve go to do is fill in the template below with anything you want. No one will question you.
Climate Change will cause (something good) to (something bad).
Climate Change will cause honor students to fail math exams.
If I remember correctly, they were going extinct for a completely different reason a few decades back. Just remember that many of the students who barely passed STEM courses a few years back are all writing things like this.
And the ones that couldn’t even pass a third grade science course are now in congress or the media. Or the White House.
So was the cookies exploding the good thing or the bad?
I called my States agriculture department and informed them that the pre-emergent in most weed control fertilizers is an extreme irritant to most Bees. I discovered this in my yard accidentally.
I had a large underground bees nest in one corner of my yard. On the other side of my yard I had several raised bed gardens. The years when I didn’t put preemergent down my garden had plenty of Bees pollinating their little hearts out. The years I put preemergent on the lawn the Bees would not fly over the fertilized areas!
Just like the polar bears.
I predict we will have weather next year.
if the weather gets too warm for the bees, would they not just fly north some more?
There are no shortage of them in my backyard.
The European bumblebee is an invasive species in North America. Environmentalists should be cheering their decline.
I’m betting that not one of the members of the club that made the claim are involved with agriculture or have been involved in farming or gardening. Just yesterday there were many bumble bees pollinating in my garden.
the cell towers were causing radiation that was destroying hives.
First it was killer bees killing them, then it was blamed on insecticides, then they found some mite type critter killing them, now the infamous glow bull warming….these commies never stop…
Plenty of Bumblebees around here this summer, the last one I saw was packing a chunk of pollen the size of his body.
“Maine, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Idaho, North Dakota, Wyoming, and Oregon each have zero or close to zero American bumble bees left, it asserts.”
What a load of crap. I live in North Dakota and there’s plenty of bumble bees in my garden and deck planters.
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