>And, he adds: "Who should be surprised that the major media reports forget to tell us that the dying bees are actually hyper-bred varieties that we coax into a larger than normal body size? It sounds just like the beef industry."
I did not say that. That was a misplaced end quote in an article that was quoting me.
>It might be a solution to the vanishing bee problem, as he suggests: it might also be that people putting WiFi hotspots in remote fields are causing it. Which should we take more seriously?
Who is he? I never suggested it was a solution to the vanishing bee problem.
>"It is not an uncommonly held opinion that, although this new pattern of bee colony collapse seems to have struck from out of the blue (which suggests a triggering agent) it is likely that some biological limit in the bees has been crossed. There is no shortage of evidence that we have been fast approaching this limit for some time," opines Bush.
I did not say this either. Again the misplaced closed quotes in the original article made it very unclear what I have said. What I have said was on my web site, and what I have said about CCD is pretty much nothing.
I have emailed the author. We will see what he says.
I'm not Catholic, but if I were, I'd have to be dead to be a saint. On the other hand the reformation movement I grew up in would say all Christians are saints.