If roundup (glyphosate or whatever its called) can cause cell damage/death in humans and damage dna in humans, then couldnt it do it to bees also?
I know, in low doses, we, as humans, dont see the effects of roundup but there is evidence that it can cause problems for animal and human cells.
So sure, bees and humans can genrally be thought to be resistant to roundup but I dont like to ignore the scientific evidence that shows glyphosate does cause biological damage in certain studies. And as a discalimer, I would not trust one word that comes from Monsanto. So I defintiely am a bias contributor. lol.
I, personally, dont think anyone is technically 100% resistant to it. It sure aint like aspirin or anything where its had many decades of study.