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There are over 20,000 known species of bees in seven to nine recognized families and are found on every continent except Antarctica.  Bees evolved from wasps and may be solitary or may live in various types of communities. They are also largely responsible for pollinating flowering plants; a very important role considering one third of the human food supply depends on insect pollination. However, bees are going through an alarming decline in numbers due to climate change, pesticide use, and “colony collapse disorder”.

#Science   #scienceeveryday   #bees  
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A month ago, #MH17 was predicted by a local: “They wanted to provoke the militia to shoot at the passenger plane. There would be a global catastrophe. Civilians would die.”

via: http://www.maxkeiser.com/2014/07/weeks-ago-they-wanted-to-provoke-the-militia-to-shoot-at-the-passenger-plane-there-would-be-a-global-catastrophe-civilians-would-die/

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OH YEAH !

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PIRATES i
One month before elections, Swedish oldmedia's 'pretend-does-not-exist' attitude toward Pirate Party reaching ridiculous levels. New article.

In one month, on May 25 at 20:00, the voting stations close for the European Elections. You're never entitled to complain when media doesn't cover you, but for some reason, the fifth-largest party out of Sweden's eight - the Pirate Party - is consistently omitted from listings, events, debates, and coverage ahead of European Elections. For a challenger, this would be acceptable, but not for a defender of title: the pretend-does-not-exist attitude is reaching ridiculous levels.

http://falkvinge.net/2014/04/26/one-month-ahead-of-elections-swedish-oldmedia-stonewalling-of-pirate-party-reaching-ridiculous-levels/

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HAPPY KINGSDAY #NEDERLANDEN  

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Happy King’s Day to the Netherlands! Celebrated since 1890 and previously called “Koninginnedag” or “Queen’s Day,” Koningsdag marks the birth of King Willem-Alexander. Dutch citizens observe the holiday by wearing orange clothes, dyeing their hair bright orange and drinking orange drinks—festivities fittingly known as “oranjegekte” (“orange madness”).
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