> A couple of small mistakes like "varroa is microscopic an burrows into to cell".
What always baffles me is that they didn't get a knowledgeable person to read it and let them know that they misunderstood how it works. How difficult would it be to find someone who understands well enough to catch such mistakes? It is, after all, Time Magazine, not just some newspaper from a small town.
Our local news paper has done alot of stories on me over the last 20 years. Some about bee's but most about my animal damage control business. The reporter almost always printed something that wasn't completely correct until I started proofing before printing. Most mistakes like this varroa one dont ever get questioned by someone without knowledge of the subject