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February 11, 2019

New Study Warns Of Plummeting Insect Populations

Filed under: Earth News, Education, Harm, Nature, News — Scottie @ 11:40

The Guardian reports:

The world’s insects are hurtling down the path to extinction, threatening a “catastrophic collapse of nature’s ecosystems,” according to the first global scientific review.


  1. The visions of lemmings comes to mind. GROG

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    Comment by grogalot — February 11, 2019 @ 12:11

    • Hello GROG. Yes there are so many species we are driving furiously to the cliff. What far too many people do not understand, is if the bees go, the work they do will stop. If the bottom of the food chain goes those things that need that food will die also, and eventually it gets to us. I do not like bugs, I have a phobia of bugs. However I understand the need for them and I want them to live and do their thing in the cycle of life. Hugs

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      Comment by Scottie — February 11, 2019 @ 12:17

    • Since a film of 1958 by Walt Disney the Lemmings-Lie continues to spook in mens brains. Lemmings live in groups live in Canada and Northern-Russia. They are a very necessary part of the Eco-system, as they are hunted by ermlins and all sorts of Owls. No lemmings and the mice- and rats-population would grow immediately/immensely.
      Btw. Lemmings dont do the things, that – lying -Walt Disney told visitors in his film.
      It is about the same as the story of the 99 bibles: One wrote it down – very persuasive – and the churches won millions of millions of believers.

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      Comment by m-iles — February 11, 2019 @ 14:11

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