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Famine is Coming to the U.S.: Honeybees Vanish, Leaving Crops and Keepers in Peril

VISALIA - David Bradshaw has endured countless stings during his life as a beekeeper, but he got the shock of his career when he opened his boxes last month and found half of his 100 million bees missing.

In 24 states throughout the country, beekeepers have gone through similar shocks as their bees have been disappearing inexplicably at an alarming rate, threatening not only their livelihoods but also the production of numerous crops, including California almonds, one of the nation's most profitable.

Comment: While we cannot yet say what might be behind this strange phenomenon, there are two suspects in view: EM waves in the atmosphere - either natural or artificial - or some other kind of disruptive frequency such as cell-phone towers.

It would be an event of the utmost irony if our civilization's mad rush to have the latest gadgets brought the whole kit and kaboodle to its knees via starvation.


Attention

Volcano Ground Rising Near Naples, Italy

Geologists are reporting the ground at the Campi Flegrei caldera, near Naples, Italy, is undergoing renewed uplift.

Researchers at Italy's Geophysical National Institute and Volcanology Observatory report the volcanic area, which had its last eruption in 1538, started a new uplift episode in November 2004. That uplift began at a low rate but has slowly and steadily increased.

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Propaganda! Lies! Distraction! New study of polar secrets in global warming fight

LONDON - Thousands of scientists from across the world join forces this week to investigate the effects of global warming on the Arctic and Antarctic ice sheets.

The ice in both polar regions is melting more rapidly than anywhere else, leading to rises in sea levels and possibly to dramatic changes in ocean currents and food chains.

Comment:
The ice in both polar regions is melting more rapidly than anywhere else, leading to rises in sea levels and possibly to dramatic changes in ocean currents and food chains.
This is an absolute LIE.

See Fire and Ice: The Day After Tomorrow



Cloud Lightning

Global Warming? Severe winter storm hammers Midwest, East Coast

CHICAGO - A severe winter storm dumped snow and freezing rain across the Midwest and mid-Atlantic United States on Sunday, stranding air travelers from Boston to Chicago and causing several traffic deaths.

Cloud Lightning

"Global Warming" Snow Knocks Out Power, Cancels Flights

BALTIMORE - Snow and sleet moved into the East, slowing Monday morning travelers on the ground and in the air and closing some schools.

Highway crews scrambled to clear the roads, and hundreds of flights were canceled - including at least 68 for JetBlue, whose flight schedule and reputation were severely battered by a storm two weeks ago.

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Another body found in Guatemalan sinkhole



©Moises Castillo, AP
A 330-foot-deep sinkhole is seen in Guatemala City. The sinkhole swallowed a dozen homes and nearby homes were evacuated.

Arrow Down

Indonesia Drops Concrete Balls Into Mud Volcano

SURABAYA, Indonesia - Indonesian engineers temporarily halted an attempt to plug a fissure that has been gushing mud for nine months, after a steel cable hoisting cement balls into the crater broke Saturday, officials said.

Cloud Lightning

Mozambique Resorts Devastated by Cyclone

VILANCULOS, Mozambique -- A huge clean-up operation was under way Saturday in some of Mozambique's most popular resorts as the southern African nation's fledgling tourist industry struggled to recover from a devastating cyclone that left tens of thousands homeless.

Cloud Lightning

Severe storms injure 27 in Arkansas

DUMAS, Ark. - Severe storms swept cars off roads, crumpled businesses and sent mobile homes airborne Saturday as they moved through southern Arkansas. At least 27 people were injured.

Cloud Lightning

Snow blamed for 7 deaths in Wisconsin

A large, fast-moving snowstorm that closed sections of major highways on the Plains on Saturday was blamed for seven traffic deaths, while strong winds in Arkansas cut a 5-mile-long swath of damage, destroying buildings and leaving several people injured.