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(CTV News)   Do they make tiny little N95 masks...for BEES???   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Pollination, Environmentalism, Pollution, Air pollution, Pollinator, new study, Flower, Insect  
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902 clicks; posted to STEM » on 20 Jan 2022 at 5:08 PM (16 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

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2022-01-20 4:53:45 PM  
Sure. The masks help take the sting out of covid.
2022-01-20 5:49:48 PM  
Mason bees fly in the rain, which cuts pollution exposure, but they don't make honey.

On my buy list for 2023. Our fruit trees aren't big enough to provide a food base.
2022-01-20 7:12:31 PM  
Welp, we're farked. Can someone tell the coal rollers that they're farking their neighbors over?
2022-01-20 8:53:49 PM  

maddog2314: Welp, we're farked. Can someone tell the coal rollers that they're farking their neighbors over?

You think that the kind of person who actively learns about their car for the purpose of damaging their car's emission control system isn't the kind of sociopath who would actively enjoy the thought of hurting others for their own amusement?
2022-01-20 8:55:08 PM  
The stat I keep seeing is that 1/3 food of plants grown for food require pollinators. So, yet another reason to look into the "air pollution" global problem.

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2022-01-20 9:35:57 PM  
Not the Bees - Nic Cage in The Wicker Man
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2022-01-20 9:44:58 PM  
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2022-01-20 10:01:31 PM  
Subsidizing the oil and pharma industries to subsidize the mass agro industries to kill the necessary elements of those industries seems like a bad idea. But I'm not an expert.
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