Sure. I am only interested in this technology because of its powerful effect on cancer cells. But when I started to Google search if this is true, it turned out that every individual "discovers" different aspect of the technology and doesn't care about the other aspects. The Russians use it now to spray the seeds 7 days before they are seeded. And the seeds grow fast, suppressing any weed by their shade. No artificial fertilizers, no herbicides, no pesticides. Once a tractor enters the field to plow and once a combine to harvest. The crop is obout 2 times bigger if you use this method 2 or 3 years on turn. It just accumulates. I know why.
But what is important for you as beekeepers is that when artificial fertilizers are applied to increase the crop, since these molecules are not natural, the soil and the crop spends a lot of energy to process them. They lose their "immune" system and there are a lot of nasty weeds. Weeds also thrive where is a lot of radiation too. In order to suppress them we use herbicides, which are also non-natural molecules. At a certain point weeds die, but certain crops are modified to withstand the strong poisons.
I know that bees don't tolerate any radiation. This technology suppresses radioactivity. Somehow, I know how and why, it deactivates even strong toxic poisons. You can use it to feed the bees, to protect them when you move them in new, unfamiliar feelds, to fertilize your crops, to protect your crops. The Russians use it to fatten fish even in unsuitably warm water.
With CCD on bees the problem is, like in cancer what is causing it. But it is a very complex fenomenon and rather than arguing which is first, the egg or the hen, it is better to assume that many things may cause it and to go on on the way of curing or protecting us.
Obviosly the immune system of the bees is weakened by some factor, and these factors may be numerous, and a problem arises, and these problems may be numerous