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Dramatic loss of bees in the USA!


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 31 
 on: May 17, 2015, 03:01:16 AM 
Started by Hickory Hex - Last post by Hickory Hex
This is one of the most dramatic losses I saw. The total average (42%) does not cover the factual losses in the states with the extreme losses: up to two thirds in the eastern states.

Bee informed!


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"Total annual loss (%) 2014-2015 by state. Respondents who managed colonies in more than one state had all of their colonies counted in each state in which they reported managing colonies. Data for states with fewer than five respondents are withheld."

http://beeinformed.org/results/colony-loss-2014-2015-preliminary-results/
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Colony Loss 2014-2015: Preliminary Results

May 13th, 2015

Nathalie Steinhauer1, Karen Rennich1, Kathleen Lee2, Jeffery Pettis3, David R. Tarpy4, Juliana Rangel5, Dewey Caron6, Ramesh Sagili6, John A. Skinner7, Michael E. Wilson7, James T. Wilkes8, Keith S. Delaplane9, Robyn Rose10, Dennis vanEngelsdorp1
1 Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742
2 Department of Entomology, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN 55108
3 United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, MD
4 Department of Entomology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC 27695
5 Department of Entomology, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843
6 Department of Horticulture, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR 97331
7 Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 37996
8 Department of Computer Science, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608
9 Department of Entomology, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602
10 United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Riverdale, MD
Corresponding Author: dvane@umd.edu

Note: This is a preliminary analysis. Sample sizes and estimates are likely to change. A more detailed final report is being prepared for publication in a peer-reviewed journal at a later date.

The Bee Informed Partnership (http://beeinformed.org), in collaboration with the Apiary Inspectors of America (AIA) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), is releasing preliminary results for the ninth annual national survey of honey bee colony losses.
For the 2014/2015 winter season, a preliminary 6,128 beekeepers in the United States provided valid responses. Collectively, these beekeepers managed 398,247 colonies in October 2014, representing about 14.5% of the country’s estimated 2.74 million managed honey bee colonies1.

About two-thirds of the respondents (67.2%) experienced winter colony loss rates greater than the average self-reported acceptable winter mortality rate of 18.7%. Preliminary results estimate that a total of 23.1% of the colonies managed in the Unites States were lost over the 2014/2015 winter. This would represent a decrease in losses of 0.6% compared to the previous 2013/2014 winter, which had reported a total loss estimated at 23.7%. This is the second year in a row the reported colony loss rate was notably lower than the 9-year average total loss of 28.7% (see Figure 1).
Figure 1: Summary of the total colony losses overwinter (October 1 – April 1) and over the year (April 1 – April 1) of managed honey bee colonies in the United States. The acceptable range is the average percentage of acceptable colony losses declared by the survey participants in each of the nine years of the survey. Winter and Annual losses are calculated based on different respondent pools.

Figure 1: Summary of the total colony losses overwinter (October 1 – April 1) and over the year (April 1 – April 1) of managed honey bee colonies in the United States. The acceptable range is the average percentage of acceptable colony losses declared by the survey participants in each of the nine years of the survey. Winter and Annual losses are calculated based on different respondent pools.

Beekeepers do not only lose colonies in the winter but also throughout the summer, sometimes at significant levels. To quantify this claim of non-winter colony mortality of surveyed beekeepers, we have included summer and annual colony losses since 2010/2011. In the summer of 2014 (April – October), colony losses surpassed winter losses at 27.4% (totalsummer loss). This compares to summer losses of 19.8% in 2013. Importantly, commercial beekeepers appear to consistently lose greater numbers of colonies over the summer months than over the winter months, whereas the opposite seems true for smaller-scale beekeepers. Responding beekeepers reported losing 42.1% of the total number of colonies managed over the last year (total annual loss, between April 2014 and April 2015). This represents the second highest annual loss recorded to date.

As in previous years, colony losses were not consistent across the country, with annual losses exceeding 60% in several states, while Hawaii reported the lowest total annual colony loss of ~14% (see Figure 2).
Figure 2: Total annual loss (%) 2014-2015 by state. Respondents who managed colonies in more than one state had all of their colonies counted in each state in which they reported managing colonies. Data for states with fewer than five respondents are withheld.

Figure 2: Total annual loss (%) 2014-2015 by state. Respondents who managed colonies in more than one state had all of their colonies counted in each state in which they reported managing colonies. Data for states with fewer than five respondents are withheld.

This survey was conducted by the Bee Informed Partnership, which receives a majority of its funding from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA (award number: 2011-67007-20017).

1 Based on NASS 2015 figures
2 Previous survey results found a total colony loss in the winters of 24% in the winter of 2013/2014, 30% in 2012/2013, 22% in 2011/2012, 30% in 2010/2011, 32% in 2009/2010, 29% in 2008/2009, 36% in 2007/2008, and 32% in 2006/2007 (see reference list).

    Lee, KV; Steinhauer, N; Rennich, K; Wilson, ME; Tarpy, DR; Caron, DM; Rose, R; Delaplane, KS; Baylis, K; Lengerich, EJ; Pettis, J; Skinner, JA; Wilkes, JT; Sagili, R; vanEngelsdorp, D; for the Bee Informed Partnership (2015) A national survey of managed honey bee 2013–2014 annual colony losses in the USA. Apidologie, 1–14. DOI:10.1007/s13592-015-0356-z
    Steinhauer, NA; Rennich, K; Wilson, ME; Caron, DM; Lengerich, EJ; Pettis, JS; Rose, R; Skinner, JA; Tarpy, DR; Wilkes, JT; vanEngelsdorp, D (2014) A national survey of managed honey bee 2012-2013 annual colony losses in the USA: results from the Bee Informed Partnership. Journal of Apicultural Research, 53(1): 1–18. DOI:10.3896/IBRA.1.53.1.01
    Spleen, AM; Lengerich, EJ; Rennich, K; Caron, D; Rose, R; Pettis, JS; Henson, M; Wilkes, JT; Wilson, M; Stitzinger, J; Lee, K; Andree, M; Snyder, R; vanEngelsdorp, D (2013) A national survey of managed honey bee 2011-12 winter colony losses in the United States: results from the Bee Informed Partnership. Journal of Apicultural Research, 52(2): 44–53. DOI:10.3896/IBRA.1.52.2.07
    vanEngelsdorp, D; Caron, D; Hayes, J; Underwood, R; Henson, M; Rennich, K; Spleen, A; Andree, M; Snyder, R; Lee, K; Roccasecca, K; Wilson, M; Wilkes, J; Lengerich, E; Pettis, J (2012) A national survey of managed honey bee 2010-11 winter colony losses in  the USA: results from the Bee Informed Partnership. Journal of Apicultural Research, 51(1): 115–124. DOI:10.3896/IBRA.1.51.1.14
    vanEngelsdorp, D; Hayes, J; Underwood, RM; Caron, D; Pettis, J (2011) A survey of managed honey bee colony losses in the USA, fall 2009 to  winter 2010. Journal of Apicultural Research, 50(1): 1–10. DOI:10.3896/IBRA.1.50.1.01
    vanEngelsdorp, D; Hayes, J; Underwood, RM; Pettis, JS (2010) A survey of honey bee colony losses in the United States, fall 2008 to spring 2009. Journal of Apicultural Research, 49(1): 7–14. DOI:10.3896/IBRA.1.49.1.03
    vanEngelsdorp, D; Hayes, J; Underwood, RM; Pettis, J (2008) A Survey of Honey Bee Colony Losses in the U.S., Fall 2007 to Spring 2008. PLoS ONE, 3(12). DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0004071
    vanEngelsdorp, D; Underwood, R; Caron, D; Hayes, J (2007) An estimate of managed colony losses in the winter of 2006-2007: A report commissioned by the apiary inspectors of America. American Bee Journal, 147(7): 599–603.

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Another article:
"Bumbles stumble: U.S. Honey bee colonies decline 42 pecent in 2014"
http://helenair.com/news/local/bumbles-stumble-u-s-honey-bee-colonies-decline-pecent-in/article_8e866537-e034-559f-b592-1f47411d67d5.html

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 on: May 17, 2015, 02:40:10 AM 
Started by Terra due - Last post by Terra due
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 on: May 17, 2015, 02:27:47 AM 
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 34 
 on: May 15, 2015, 04:50:30 PM 
Started by NoRPthun - Last post by FRAUENPOWER
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/local/palm-beach/fl-circumcision-court-battle-hearing-20150310-story.html

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MARCH 10. 2015, 9:23 PM



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Despite the threat of being jailed Tuesday, a West Boynton mother hid with her 4-year-old son in a domestic violence shelter, the latest twist in a widely reported court fight to stop the boy's planned circumcision.

But Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Dana Gillen still signed a warrant for Heather Hironimus' arrest, refusing requests from her lawyers to first consider a mental health exam of the boy and appointing an independent guardian to speak on the child's behalf in court.

"The child is scared to death of the procedure and doesn't want it," said attorney Thomas Hunker. "There have been no safeguards put in place to protect the child's psychological and emotional condition with regards to this surgery."
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Put an end to insanity in courts!

 35 
 on: May 15, 2015, 04:43:13 PM 
Started by NoRPthun - Last post by NoRPthun
Chase's Guardians
http://chasesguardians.org


https://www.facebook.com/ChasesGuardians/photos/a.840709239279418.1073741827.840261872657488/1060556393961367/?type=1&theater

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Chase's Guardians

Their lawyer, Tom Hunker, has filed 2 emergency motions.

PLEASE DONATE *GENEROUSLY* TO THEIR LEGAL FUND!

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 36 
 on: May 15, 2015, 04:03:18 PM 
Started by NoRPthun - Last post by NoRPthun
Truth must be outspoken.

This judge is a nazi swine!

Sexual mutilation of children is a criminal act. To do it willfully, tramping on the human rights, is nazi-dom.

Why doesn't the PETA open their mouths? Are they just the same type of nazi?


http://nypost.com/2015/05/15/mother-arrested-after-fleeing-with-son-to-avoid-circumcision/

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Mother arrested after fleeing with son to avoid circumcision

By Associated Press

May 15, 2015 | 9:29am

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — A Florida woman who fled to avoid the circumcision of her son was arrested Thursday for contempt of court, her attorney said.

Dennis Nebus, center, father of the 4-year-old boy.Photo: AP

Heather Hironimus went missing with her 4-year-old child nearly three months ago, going into hiding as her long court battle against the surgery reached its climax. Though her defenders said she was simply doing what she could to protect a child portrayed as “scared to death” of the procedure, a judge issued a scalding rebuke for her refusal to appear in court, charging her with contempt and issuing an arrest warrant.

She was taken into custody Thursday, her attorney Thomas Hunker said, declining to release further details. Her name did not yet appear in inmate databases and calls to jail officials went unanswered.

Both sides are under a gag order in the case and Hunker did not disclose the whereabouts of the child.

Hironimus and the boy’s father, Dennis Nebus, have been warring since her pregnancy. They were never married but share custody of their child, and in a parenting agreement filed in court, the two agreed to the boy’s circumcision. The mother later changed her mind, though, giving way to a long legal battle. Circuit and appellate judges have sided with the father, but potential surgeons have backed out after failing to get the mother’s consent and being targeted by anti-circumcision protesters.

Last month, out of options in state courts, Hunker filed a federal civil rights complaint on behalf of the child. No hearings have been held in that case yet.

Circumcision rates have fallen in the U.S., but a majority of boys still undergo the removal of their foreskin. Even so, a bubbling movement of so-called “intactivists” has made the case a rallying cry against a surgery they view as barbaric.
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That country is a pigsty.

 37 
 on: May 15, 2015, 02:38:09 PM 
Started by Krant - Last post by Krant
Die Telekom hat beschlossen, das bisherige Netz vollständig zu beseitigen.


http://europe.telekom.com/netz-blog/article/24

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27.02.2015 - IP-­Umstel­lung: Fragen & ­Antworten
Die 10 wichtigsten Fragen und Antworten zur Umstellung auf den IP-Anschluss

Das Netz der Zukunft kommt. Für Kunden der Deutschen Telekom bringt es spannende neue Möglichkeiten mit sich. Bei einigen wirft die Umstellung jedoch auch berechtigte Fragen auf, die wir hier beantworten.

Bis 2018 soll jeder analoge Telefon-Anschluss der Deutschen Telekom auf die digitale IP-Technologie umgestellt werden.
[...]

9. Wie steht es am IP-Anschluss um die Ausfall- und Datensicherheit?
[...]

In der Regel wird man bei großflächigen Stromausfällen jedoch einen gegebenenfalls erforderlichen Notruf einfach mit dem Handy und somit übers Mobilfunknetz absetzen.
[...]
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Die bisherigen Kabel bleiben größtenteils erhalten. Was sich ändern wird, sind die daran angeschlossenen Endgeräte und die auf Betreiberseite liegenden Knotenrechner.

Wenn auf Betreiberseite kein Analogsignal mehr in das Kabel geschickt wird, sind die bei den Kunden aufgestellten Endgeräte tot.

Es gibt aber ein sehr wichtiges Detail, das gerade bei Notfällen wichtig ist. Die Telekom übergeht diese Wichtigkeit auf eine dreiste Weise, die ist atemberaubend:

"In der Regel wird man bei großflächigen Stromausfällen jedoch einen gegebenenfalls erforderlichen Notruf einfach mit dem Handy und somit übers Mobilfunknetz absetzen."

Das analoge Telefon wird gespeist durch die Leitung. Der Strom kommt vom Netzbetreiber. Damit ist Schluß. In Zukunft muß man für den Anschluß selbst eine Stromversorgung haben. Ohne Strom ist das Telefon tot. Auch das neue!

Während bisher bei Stromausfällen immerhin noch das Telefon funktionierte und man Polizei und Feuerwehr alarmieren konnte, ist das in Zukunft nicht mehr möglich. Stromausfall = alles ist tot.

Das heißt nicht mehr und nicht weniger, als daß ein notwendiger Teil der Notfall- und Katastrophenvorsorge mir nichts dir nichts vernichtet wird.

Alle Notfallmelder müssen zwangsläufig mit einer Notstrombatterie ausgerüstet sein. Das wird teuer. Das wird verdammt teuer. Außer dem Kaufpreis und der Installation kommen noch die Erneuerungskosten hinzu. Das bisherige Telefonnetz ist 100 Jahre alt. Einmal angeschlossen, haben die Geräte funktioniert. In Zukunft werden sie alle soundsoviel Jahre ausgetauscht werden müssen. Das kostet hunderte Millionen Euro.

Ein Handy hat einen Lithium-Akku. Abgesehen davon, daß dessen Lebensdauer begrenzt ist, gibt es einen weiteren, lebensgefährlichen Fehler: Die Handys lassen sich nicht abschalten, sondern haben Ruhestrom, mit dem sie die Akkus in soundsoviel Tagen leeren.

Während man sich beim alten Telefon darauf verlassen konnte, daß es funktioniert, damit ist Schluß. Leerer Akku = Patient tot.

Während man beim alten Telefon während einer Notsituation stunden- und tagelang nach draußen telefonieren und die Lage melden konnte, damit ist Schluß. Akku leer = alles tot.

Selbst Zusatzakkus und Batterien und Spannungswandler, die es seit einiger Zeit für Handys und Kameras gibt, nützen nicht viel, weil sie nur die vorhandenen Battterien und Akkus nutzen können. Sind die leer, ist Schluß.


Das neue Telefonsystem hat keine Stromversorgung von Betreiberseite mehr. Das ist lebensgefährlich.

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 on: May 15, 2015, 01:54:54 PM 
Started by Zollstein - Last post by Machtfalter
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 on: May 15, 2015, 01:52:20 PM 
Started by Machtfalter - Last post by Machtfalter
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Neher: "Ich würde mich fragen: Wenn es uns nicht angeht, wen denn dann? Und zwar geht es nicht um wissenschaftliche Fragestellungen, sondern um unsere Verantwortung für die uns anvertraute Welt und für die Menschen, die von diesem Klimawandel in ganz besonderer Weise betroffen sind: die Armen, die Bedrängten, die am Rande Stehenden. Von daher ist es naheliegend, dass der Papst sich mit dem Thema beschäftigt, dass sich die Kirche und ihre Caritas damit beschäftigen, und zwar nicht erst dann, wenn Nothilfe gebraucht wird, sondern schon vorher, indem wir Menschen ermutigen, dem Klimawandel etwas entgegen zu setzen. Noch einmal: Wenn hier die katholische Kirche und der Papst nichts zu sagen hätten, wer denn dann?"
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Quelle:
http://de.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/05/15/umwelt_wenn_die_kirche_nichts_zu_sagen_h%C3%A4tte,_wer_dann/1144208


Sklavenhalter nehmen Kinder ab deren Geburt in Besitz. Sklavenhalter, nichts anderes sind die Pfaffen. Sklavenhalter! Jedes Kind, das geboren ist, kriegt den Stempel des Besitzers drauf und muss sich dann sein Leben lang vorhalten lassen, daß es rechtmässiges Eigentum seines Herrn, des Sklavenhalters, ist.

Sein Leben lang. Überall steht der Vermerk "Sklavenbesitzer". Überall! Da steht "katholisch", da steht "evangelisch", da steht sonstwas.

Immer ist da ein Feld, in dem der Besitzer angegeben wird. Als sei selbstverständlicher nichts auf der Welt. 

Selbst wenn da eingetragen ist "freier Sklave", man ist immer noch Sklave.

Das Feld gehört weg! Die Existenz des Feldes ist ein Verbrechen. Religion ist ein Verbrechen.



Neher: "Noch einmal: Wenn hier die katholische Kirche und der Papst nichts zu sagen hätten, wer denn dann?"

DAS GEHT EUCH EINEN SCHEISSDRECK AN!

 40 
 on: May 15, 2015, 01:41:58 PM 
Started by ama - Last post by Machtfalter
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