Doing a research paper on Colony Collapse Disorder. I painted a oil painting of a deceased bee I found on my porch last spring. #savethebees
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Pesticide deadly to bees now easily detected in honey - Researchers developed fully automated technique that extracts pyrethroids from honey. Pyrethroids contribute to colony collapse disorder in bees, a phenomenon where worker honeybees disappear. uwaterloo.ca/stories/scie…
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our hive has collapsed from colony collapse disorder.

please help eradicate this virus by posting. this is not a april fools joke.

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Yu Shimoda talks inspiration for "Colony Collapse Disorder" and other motifs for Escha and Logy on Twitter. reddit.com/gallery/lmcpld
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Pesticide deadly to bees now easily detected in honey - Researchers developed fully automated technique that extracts pyrethroids from honey. Pyrethroids contribute to colony collapse disorder in bees, a phenomenon where worker honeybees disappear. uwaterloo.ca/stories/scie…
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Pesticide deadly to bees now easily detected in honey - Researchers developed fully automated technique that extracts pyrethroids from honey. Pyrethroids contribute to colony collapse disorder in bees, a phenomenon where worker honeybees disappear. uwaterloo.ca/stories/scie…
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Colony Collapse Disorder [analog]
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The Fungal Evangelist Who Would Save the Bees -How mushrooms could solve colony collapse disorder. nautil.us/issue/90/someth…
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Why are bees dying in droves? What is Colony Collapse Disorder? And what can we do about it? youtube.com/watch?v=1CZJr…
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Colony collapse disorder is taking its toll on the Uldum beekeeping industry.
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B. apis, a bacterium in the bee microbiome, can protect hives against Colony Collapse Disorder massivesci.com/articles/b…
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As if colony collapse disorder and climate change weren't bad enough, now we have to worry about the Asian giant hornet wiping out the honeybee population. nytimes.com/2020/05/02/us…
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Paul Stamets discovers how to SAVE BEES by boosting their immune system with Amadou/Reishi mushrooms, we NEED to grow these mushrooms in our gardens! Bees foraging these mushrooms get a 45,000-fold reduction in a virus that attacks their immune system. Viruses are linked to colony collapse disorder!

I'm not in the UK. But sometimes things don't get shared across the pond as quickly as they should. I just learned about this and am trying to get the word out, UK Bees are just as important as US Bees. Bees are the 2nd most well studied animal in the world (after humans). There are currently NO OTHER anti-virals and there is NOTHING in current scientific literature on the market on how to reduce the viruses harming bees, except for this, which is the most extensive bee clinical study in history!!!!!!! The Norwegian government is implementing 600,000 of these bee immune feeders immediately after hearing his lecture.

Here is a link to the actual peer reviewed study in Research Gate. In case there is any confusion around the science or the benefits of an Amadou/Reishi extract vs the actual mushroom. It's also in Nature Journal (only 7% submitted get published there, it's a credible source). PLEASE WATCH and Skip to 9 minutes in to see all the information with slides. While the extract is tremendously beneficial to bees, so is having access to the actual mushrooms which we can easily grow for them.

TLDR: The bottom line is all bees (not just honey bees) use the mycelium from these mushrooms to boost their immune system and naturally forage and colonize near them in the wild (if they can find them). With so many ecosystems being destroyed and wood being hauled away (instead of being left to decompose, where mushrooms would naturally grow) we have cut off the supply of what bees have been naturally using to help their immune system. Many mites are spreading viruses that are harming the bees worldwide and causing them to die (along with pesticides, insecticides etc). In field trials, colonies fed Ganoderma resinaceum extract exhibited a 79-fold reduction in Deformed Wing Virus and a 45,000-fold reduction in Lake Sinai Virus compared to control colonies. If you're into science, it's worth nothing that the P-values of the study are p=0.00001 for Reishi and p=0.005 for Amadou.

2 Easy things you can do to help your local bees:

1.) Grow mushrooms! Specifically Reishi and Amadou if you can! Grow them outside in your garden, farm, backyard, wherever. Bees do not have enough access to mushrooms! It's also the mushroom mycelium that the bees forage for, so you can even eat the mush

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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Made this video about Bees to spread awareness about the importance they have in our agricultural system. In California, I've noticed a lot of them are "paralyzed" and cannot fly. Seems that Colony Collapse Disorder is in full affect here :( We must save them! youtu.be/i89NWR3qZbI
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I’m an attorney for the beekeeping industry who just got a pesticide linked to Colony Collapse Disorder pulled off store shelves in the U.S. Ask me anything!

I was the lead attorney on a lawsuit challenging the EPA’s approval of the pesticide sulfoxaflor. Neonicotinoid pesticides like sulfoxaflor, which are derived from nicotine, have been shown to reduce bee colony growth and impact bee navigation and foraging. Last week, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the EPA should not have approved sulfoxaflor without reliable studies on how it impacts honeybee colonies, meaning the pesticide can’t be used on any crops in the U.S. unless Dow Chemical provides the EPA with much stronger scientific evidence. The courts almost never overturn the approval of a pesticide, so this is a huge victory for American beekeepers.

Read more about the case in The New York Times, the LA Times, and Rolling Stone.

I work for Earthjustice, a nonprofit environmental law firm that protects wild lands and wildlife and advocates for renewable energy and human communities free from pollution. My focus is on endangered species in the Sierra Nevada, and my past clients include frogs, toads, snakes, fish and other esteemed residents of the Golden State.
Proof, and for comparison, more proof.

I’ll be answering questions live starting at 12:30 p.m. Pacific/3:30 p.m. Eastern. Ask me anything!

EDIT: So long and thanks for all the fish! It was great answering your questions, and please check out our work at http://earthjustice.org/

EDIT: FRONT PAGE?! Thanks reddit for supporting my work! I'm back to answer more questions by popular demand!

EDIT: Thanks again reddit! I've got to sign off, but I've really enjoyed answering your questions. You can learn more about Earthjustice's work on pesticides here: http://earthjustice.org/healthy-communities/toxic-chemicals

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Colony Collapse Disorder

Colony Collapse Disorder

'My body is a golden thread, that your body is hanging from'- Leonard Cohen

You knew me before my body settled into itself. I’m just outside of the people living deep inside of ideology, whispering to them: just live.

I’m not living enough for the man I want. He lives off of the land. He thinks I’d be better if I put down the pen, stop hunting for light in the city at night. The city doesn’t ever move.

I do.

My shirt tears off of my back as I throw down the axe for the only man in the universe who doesn’t have to leave something behind to be free We’ve built our home with wood from trees that grew where it now sits, we grow our own food. Carefully watched moments constellate our life.

eventually, I’ll become a woman of the wilderness without building anything I’ll ask him; what are we building it for? Our little piece of land doesn't move.

We do.

feedback 1: https://www.reddit.com/r/OCPoetry/comments/gqrxwn/the_great_other/frxhk41/?context=3

Feedback 2: https://www.reddit.com/r/OCPoetry/comments/gr5k8e/sugar/frxeva3/?context=3

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Trump’s EPA just removed laws banning the chemical sulfoxaflor, a pesticide that is known to cause wide spread colony collapse disorder. If you have the time, sign this fella here to help pass legislation that protects the bees. When they are all gone, we will cease to survive as well. addup.sierraclub.org/camp…
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Beer hops are great for bees! Hops naturally produce hop beta acid which kills the parasitic varroa mite. These mites are a cause of Colony Collapse Disorder in bees. Hops have shown such promise in helping Colony Collapse Disorder, that the EPA has approved their use as a biochemical miticide. instagram.com/p/BlnZZ5dFw…
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TIL that beer hops naturally produce an acid that can kill off a parasitic mite known to annihilate entire colonies of bees. Hops have shown such promise to helping Colony Collapse Disorder, that the EPA has even approved their use as a biochemical miticide. learn.kegerator.com/hops-…
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Tower thought: if the next DLC is Collapse, then The Colony should get a new skin called Disorder.

Colony Collapse Disorder 🐝 Make it yellow with little bees all over it 🐝

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Paul Stamets discovers how to SAVE BEES by boosting their immune system with Amadou/Reishi mushrooms, we NEED to grow these mushrooms in our gardens! Bees foraging these mushrooms get a 45,000-fold reduction in a virus that attacks their immune system. Viruses are linked to colony collapse disorder! fungi.com/pages/bees
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TIL since the onset of Colony Collapse Disorder in 2006, the number of US honeybee hives is at a 20-year high and US honey production is at a 10-year high fee.org/articles/the-myth…
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Hats off to The Sierra Club for fighting to stop the acceleration of Colony Collapse Disorder. Neonicotinoids are bad enough but the EPA is pushing for an equally dangerous chemical (Sulfoxaflor) to be sprayed on crops. They sent these stickers that happened to have some good hats already.
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France becomes first country in Europe to ban all five pesticides killing bees - due to evidence supporting claims the chemicals contribute to β€œcolony collapse disorder”, a mysterious phenomenon that has seen bee populations plummet by up to 90 percent in some cases. telegraph.co.uk/news/2018…
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Insecticide use 'killing honeybees': Harvard study shows neonicotionoids are devastating colonies by triggerring colony collapse disorder theguardian.com/environme…
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Vote for B.B., the electric type candidate and chosen representative for the prevention of colony collapse disorder. Get excited!

Elect Electabuzz Buzz Busby, bee elect. Be abuzz!

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[KH3] Hiro is studying colony collapse disorder

Pretty much as the title says, in Hiro's garage you can find some posters in the corner about colony collapse disorder, just thought it was a neat detail.

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Thought this community my be interested in a bee feeder that immunizes bee again Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD). They are not available yet but when they are the website says they will be giving 10,000 away for free. (Not an advert/ I am not affiliated) fungi.com/pages/bees
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VčelaΕ™i sobΔ› - NenΓ­ snad tuzemskΓ© včelaΕ™skΓ© komunity, kde by se v poslednΓ­ch tΓ½dnech nediskutovalo tΓ©ma podletnΓ­ch a podzimnΓ­ch ΓΊhynΕ― tohoto roku. V Ε™adΔ› pΕ™Γ­padΕ― mΓ‘me co do činΔ›nΓ­ s fenomenΓ©m, kterΓ©mu se poslednΓ­ch cca 10 let Ε™Γ­kΓ‘ CCD (Colony Collapse Disorder) – β€œnΓ‘hlé” zhroucenΓ­ včelstva. vcelarisobe.cz/2019/11/bu…
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Harvard study shows neonicotionoids are devastating colonies by triggering colony collapse disorder theguardian.com/environme…
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Do your part to prevent Colony Collapse Disorder!
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Beer hops are great for bees! Hops naturally produce hop beta acid which kills the parasitic varroa mite. These mites are a cause of Colony Collapse disorder in bees. Hops have shown such promise in helping Colony Collapse Disorder, that the EPA has approved their use as a biochemical miticide. instagram.com/p/BlnZZ5dFw…
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Is Bayer's pesticide responsible for honeybee colony collapse disorder? sciencemag.org/content/33…
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Beer hops are great for bees! Hops naturally produce hop beta acid which kills the parasitic varroa mite. These mites are a cause of Colony Collapse disorder in bees. Hops have shown such promise in helping Colony Collapse Disorder, that the EPA has approved their use as a biochemical miticide. learn.kegerator.com/hops-…
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Beer hops are great for bees! Hops naturally produce hop beta acid which kills the parasitic varroa mite. These mites are a cause of Colony Collapse disorder in bees. Hops have shown such promise in helping Colony Collapse Disorder, that the EPA has approved their use as a biochemical miticide. learn.kegerator.com/hops-…
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Viral infections are contributing to the colony collapse disorder for bees globally. A new study finds that, a mushroom extract may save the bees from these killer viruses. In field trials, the extract led to a 79 to 45,000 fold decrease in bee viral infection. wired.com/story/a-mushroo…
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TIL that 50% of the bee population has been wiped out due to Colony Collapse Disorder, caused by viruses and our living habits, and that most of the food we eat relies on them. youtube.com/watch?v=GqA42…
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[Academic] Public Perception of Colony Collapse Disorder (12+)
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Tower thought: if the next DLC is Collapse, then The Colony should get a new skin called Disorder.

Colony Collapse Disorder 🐝 Make it yellow with little honey bees all over it 🐝

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