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Stumbled upon the hidden cause everyone is desperately seeking and need your help to get your -- yes YOUR Capitol Hill reps moving on it asap before passing the point --


?? What point ??


the-point-of-no-return

( of ) 6 billion humans on their food pollination chain go extinct as well...

" English honey to run out before Christmas "

[link to www.telegraph.co.uk]



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10/24/2008 06:39 PM
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A bit late for this year, we need to work this out however.

Worse comes to worse, we can introduce the Genetically engineered "Bumble-fly".

They pollinate well and go flower to flower, though they don't make honey as far as I know.


Still, any port in a storm.

If that doesn't work, we can get our lazy behinds out and do it by hand. A lot of work, but it may make a difference if 5 or 6 billion people do it for a couple hours a day.

:)

There is always hope, if you are willing to work for it.

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And I'll look down and whisper "No."
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10/24/2008 06:49 PM
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Re: Looks like i have to humbly invite/ask your personal help
what is already worked for all this time --

-- millions of years -- will continue to work if mankind simply stops using this Methyl Bromide that kills them.

It is so lethally effective it was used in the anthrax cleanup (Capitol Bldg).

It is already banned for being 50X worse than even chlorofluorocarbons like freon and it is under use massively on a small print exemption -- being allowed only because it is the cheapest.

*MPE Discovery February 27th 2008 :

Q: What is Killing the Honey bees?




( Honey bees now over 90% extinct-- no bees to pollinate crops = harvests soon inadequate to feed world's people/ pets/ livestock )


MSNBC "Declining honeybees a ‘threat’ to food supply"

[link to www.msnbc.msn.com]


MSNBC

A.P. News: "Unless someone or something stops it soon, the mysterious killer that is wiping out many of the nation's honeybees could have a devastating effect on America's dinner plate, perhaps even reducing us to a glorified bread-and-water diet."


[EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE]


M.P. Erwin DISCOVERY 2/27/08 " Inventor Cracks Code: Breakthrough Honey Bee Die Off Discovery "





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M.P. Erwin DISCOVERY 2/27/08 " Inventor Cracks Code: Breakthrough Honey Bee Die Off Discovery "


Enter the perfect killer... moves in without detection, invisible, colorless, odorless, causing total immune system shutdown and vulnerability for pathogens to multiply-- taking over the organism, and it is the various pathogens found who are each standing there with the smoking gun and mistakenly surmised as being the root cause.

Clue: The overgrowth of bacteriological, viral, and fungal pathogens/ parasites within the majority of the honey bees -- a condition 'simply not existing before' is actually being triggered by man -- since the organic honey bees are the only ones not dying (link below) and both the honey bees and all the pathogens being found have been successfully coexisting long before the unexplainable recent soaring collapse and death of the majority of the honey bee colonies worldwide.

Q: What could man be doing or introducing to trigger susceptibility within the honey bee biology to cause a total immune system shutdown and to becoming completely open and vulnerable to pathogens?



A: A heavier than air killer poison gas fumigant being used to kill all bugs ( and all other life ) in the soil prior to planting but then just let escape out into the environment to resettle sometimes miles away to poison the honey bees pollinating close to the ground.

A Carbon Monoxide-like gas: "Methyl Bromide"-- a gas insecticide poisoning Honeybees ( shutting down their immune systems ) by creating a catastrophic bio-systemic Halogen Imbalance ( an essential Iodine displacement/ deficiency syndrome robbing honey bees of their immune system active ingredient ).



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MATT.. (OP)
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Methyl Bromide Gas -- as deadly as the well known carbon monoxide gas, is also colorless and odorless, preventing bees from detecting the danger. Nothing escapes it... weeds, insects, even rats. It is pumped into the soil with spray nozzle arrays behind huge tractors and completely kills bugs ( and all other life in the soil ) but amazingly-- is then just let escape out into the environment.

Methyl Bromide Gas is 3 times heavier than air. This heavier weight causes resettling at the ground level even after being blown around by wind to a distance away where honey bees are pollinating at ground level. Bees cannot see or smell the carbon monoxide-like gas to know to fly away to safety. Methyl Bromide Gas Insecticide is so effective at killing it was used in the anthrax cleanup. It is able and used to completely kill systemic termite infestations in the foundations of houses on the mere vapors alone.

Although the poisonous Methyl Bromide Gas has been classified for non use in 2005 due to the ozone depleting nature identified earlier ( 50x more ozone damage than CFC's ), a "Critical Use Exemption" (CUE), "designed for agricultural users with no 'technically or economically feasible alternatives'" is currently allowing an apparent loophole for widespread continued use:

LINK:

[link to www.epa.gov]
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"Going on for the last 40 years"

"Not just a recent problem"


"the number of colonies in the US dropped by 57% between 1985 and 1997" says Kimberly Russell an invertebrate zoologist at the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

[ [link to www.newscientist.com] ]

Methyl Bromide Gas -- an already banned insecticide fumigant, still in widespread use on exemption may take a worldwide outcry and grassroots effort to spark awareness to stop the loss of any more of the last of the bee colonies.

Q: Why is it illegal to release CFC gases like air conditioner freon into the air without strict reclamation procedures while it is legal under the loophole to let loose Methyl Bromide Gas (which is reported to be 50x more damage to the ozone layer into the environment) with no reclamation whatsoever? Little did we know that the problem has been increasingly abuilding each year for apparently the same duration as the widespread use of the poisonous gas:





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