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NASA RAIDS 75 Year Old Grandma Over Moon Rock! 4/18/17

FK – This is the anniversary of the murder of the Branch Davidians by Federal Nazis.

It’s also Patriots Day, the anniversary of an attempt by British troops to seize cannon, powder and shot and small arms from the colonial militia which was answered by the common people killing government employees all the way to Boston.

They have learned nothing.

Patriot’s day should be our biggest national holiday:

Tomorrow is our birthday

NASA SWAT Team Raids 75yo Grandma, Forces Her to Defecate Herself, to Steal Her Moon Rock

What NASA should be focusing on:

FK – So we can crack this and get free alien cable or they’re looking for someone dumb enough to answer. Both possibilities are equally terrifying.

My non-scientific gut feeling is that the beings who’ve been coming here for a very long time are way beyond ‘solar sails.’

Why would invaders want to ‘destroy a planet’ when they could take advantage of its resources, including us? They don’t call us ‘human resources’ because they value us as human beings.

The question is: Why are these ‘voices’ ignoring the very real UFO phenomena?

Disclosure, or exopolitics is now a thing…

A new Cornell study of New York state apple orchards finds that pesticides harm wild bees, and fungicides labeled “safe for bees” also indirectly may threaten native pollinators.

The researchers studied 19 New York state apple orchards over two years, 2011 and 2012. They determined the health of bee populations by analyzing the numbers of wild bees and honeybees and the number of species for each orchard. They also created an index of pesticide use from low to high use, then quantified the amount of natural areas that surrounded each orchard.

“We found there is a negative response of the whole bee community to increasing pesticide use,” Park said, adding that fungicides also are contributing to the problem.

The effects of pesticides on wild bees were strongest in the generation that followed pesticide exposure, Park said, possibly suggesting pesticides affect reproduction or offspring. Park said her research only looked at one generation to the next, and more study is needed. The study found no effect of pesticides on honeybees, but European honeybee hives are brought in to an orchard for short periods during blossoming then removed. In addition, growers are careful not to spray while honeybees are in the area. “Honeybees may have shown a response if they were allowed to stay,” Park said.

FK – All this reads like gobblydegook to me. The ‘experts’ can never decide whether something is killing us or not. I have white clover in my yard and haven’t noticed any honeybees around lately. My dogs haven’t been treated for fleas yet this year either. Normally they be covered in them by now if not treated. Ticks seem to be down as well. Maybe the incredibly cold winter we had played a part, maybe not.