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4 avril 2013 4 04 /04 /avril /2013 15:48

Affaire Cahuzac et libre circulation des capitaux.

 

<<Le Canard enchaïné du 3 avril 2013 porte à la une, dans des titres très visibles, des phrases telles que « Cahuzac va avouer devant les juges » ou, attribuée entre guillemets à Jérôme Cahuzac : « Je suis sonné, j'ai pris un coup dans le coffre ». A la une du Monde on trouve le titre « La bombe Cahuzac ébranle la présidence Hollande » et, page 2 : « L'onde de choc de l'affaire Cahuzac atteint Hollande ». Le Monde présente également en ligne une vidéo : « Ayrault défend fermement le gouvernement ». Depuis hier, sur son blog personnel, Jérôme Cahuzac déclare notamment avoir « donné les instructions nécessaires » pour que « l’intégralité des actifs » de son compte détenu à l'étranger « depuis une vingtaine d'années », à savoir « environ 600.000 » euros, « soient rapatriés » sur son compte bancaire à Paris. >>

 

La suite, sur le lien http://science21.blogs.courrierinternational.com/archive/2013/04/03/affaire-cahuzac-et-libre-circulation-des-capitaux.html

 

Cette histoire n'est que la pointe de l'iceberg qui font de nos pays tous des Titanic. 

Nous vivons les memes refus de reconnaitre la realite. Comment peut-on prendre la mer avec une poubelle ? 

 

La verite c'est que tous les gens qui ont de l'argent profitent de la fuite en paradis fiscaux pour s'enrichir encore plus vite et pour eviter de payer des taxes. C'est ce mal qui ronge nos societes modernes au point que Chypre, la Californie ou l'Illinois s'ecroulent. 

 

La raison d'etre de la City dans Londres, avec son statut special qui ne paie pas de taxes a la Grande Bretagne, est le transfert de capitaux vers les sites dits offshores. Certains deviennent "Filthy Rich" pendant que les autres sombrent dans la pauvrete sinon la misere. C'est ce qui empeche l'Italie et l'Espagne de s'en sortir. Il n'y a pas moyen de recuperer les sous la ou ils sont. Donc, pas le choix, on nous fait croire que nous vivons au-dessus de nos moyens et on coupe partout. On coupe tous ces services qui ont permis a nombres de gens d'avoir des vies potables. 

 

Personne n'a le courage politique de reellement s'en prendre au probleme de fond. 

On laisse les agences de notation faire la pluie et le beau temps et on espere que le beau temps viendra si on joue le jeu. Demandez donc aux Icelandais si jouer le jeu en vaut la peine. Ces agences sont entreprises privees. Comment peuvent-elles offrir un service et etre uniquement interessees par le profit.  Juge et parti, ca n'a jamais marche et ca ne marchera jamais, a moins que l'homme devienne tres vertueux. Les financiers font des fortunes sur le dos des bulles artificiellement gonflees. Alors, pour devenir riche, il faut necessairement un delis d'initie ou facturer des frais tres eleves. Alors pourquoi, a chaque transaction, certains peuvent prendre 10 % et les autres devraient se contenter de peu ?  

 

Attention, on ne peut servir deux maitres. J'en connais qui vont trouver le temps long quand ca sera le temps de payer. 

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27 mars 2013 3 27 /03 /mars /2013 17:52

Les problemes recents a Chypre sont extremement graves et peuvent deraper vers un conflit majeur. 

 

Le probleme semble etre un autre pays endette qui n'a pas bien fait son travail economique et pourtant en 2008, Chypre etait reconnu comme le pays europeen le plus performant avec une progression impressionnante et des finances publiques. Les gens ont joue le jeu du capiltalisme le plus energique et ils se retrouvent a la rue. Il faut dire que les banques chypriotes ont cache les pecules "pas toujours tres legal" des russes. Ainsi, quand Lagarde du FMI propose de prendre 10% des avoirs banquaires, elle risque fort de vouloir toucher les avoirs d'une certaine mafia russe qui ne recullera devant rien pour se defendre. 

 

Secondo, on a recemment trouve de tres belles reserves de gaz naturel a Chypre. De quoi resoudre tous les problemes economiques pour plusieurs decennies. Bien sur, les premiers interesses sont les Europeens en ayant marre de se faire voler toutes leurs sources d'energie (dont la guerre en Irak est le plus bel exemple). Alors, avec la Russie et l'Algerie, cela rajoute un troisieme fournisseur potentiel. On peut comprendre que la Russie ait encore une autre raison de s'interesser a Chypre pour qu'il n produise jamais du gaz. On comprend davantage alors la reaction plutot accomodante de l'Allemagne face a Chypre. Les teutons ont donce l'intention de racheter la dette contre le controle du gaz naturel. On voit donc une guerre economique ouverte entre la Russie et l'Allemagne se profiler. 

 

Toute cela ne vas pas faire plaisir aux Britanniques, obsedes par leurs deux bases militaires situees a Chypre mengeant en fait deux grands territoires et considerees comme partie du Royaume-Uni. On peut imaginer que les Russes aient le desir de voir les British (et l'OTAN de par le fait meme) quitter cette ile. En effet, Chypre est le pivot strategique les plus important de l'OTAN dans le Moyen-Orient. Meme la securite d'Israel en depent. On peut donc imaginer que les grandes capitales sont en ce moment en train de s'affronter sur le theatre de Chypre.

 

On peut d'ores et deja affirmer que les Russes et les Britanniques ne reculeront devant rien pour assurer leurs multiples interets. Reste a savoir ce que les Allemands sont pres a faire pour en tirer leur profit. 

 

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3 novembre 2012 6 03 /11 /novembre /2012 13:55

CCTC 2013

 

Engineering for Global Sustainability

CALL FOR PAPERS

The 3rd Climate Change Technology Conference (CCTC 2013) is a Canadian and international forum for the exchange of ideas for dealing with climate change. It is also an opportunity to keep abreast of emerging techniques and technologies for the mitigation of, and adaptation to, the impacts of climate change. The Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) and ten of its member societies are organizing CCTC 2013, which will be held on the campus of Concordia University in Montreal.

 

The very success of our species has led to a situation in which this planet's finite resources must be considered in all future planning. This conference is dedicated to the study and exposition of the status and prospects of engineering in support of a bright future for humanity in the midst of a rapidly changing and uncertain environment, both physical and sociological due to climate change.

 

 

http://www.cctc2013.ca/CallPapers/CallPapers.html

 

Interested authors/panelists are invited to submit a proposal in English or French for a paper, poster paper or presentation for the Technical Program. Paper manuscripts will be subject to peer review. Proposals should include: 
(a) The title and an abstract (< 400 words) providing a synopsis of the central theme;
(b) The author's preferred topic category, see list above;
(c) A list of full names, affiliations and contact information for the authors or panelists and
(d) A designated primary contact with full contact information.

Proposals should be submitted by this link http://edas.info/N12597 by 15 November 2012. If problems, please contact:
Eric Williams, Technical Subcommittee Chair, c/o Canoe-About Inc.
16 Brookview Crescent
RR#2 Tiverton, Ontario, N0G 2T0
e-mail: canoe.about@bmts.com
phone: 519-396-8844.

 

Dates to Remember
Proposal submission:  November 15, 2012
Notification of proposal acceptance:  December 15, 2012
Draft manuscript submission:  February 15, 2013
Acceptance notification & reviewers' comments:  March 10, 2013
Final manuscript submission:  April 14, 2013

 

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Hier soir, nous avons vu le film Domicile Conjugal de Francois Truffaut. Un film tout plein d'intelligence, tout en finesse, qui nous montre une tranche de vie d'un couple un peu fade qui se cherche et ne se trouve pas tres bien dans un monde relativement rigide, assez humain mais finalement sympathique. On sent que Truffaut aime bien les personnages de son film qui semblent bien etre limites a la limite de la caricature donc vulgaire au sens populaire du terme sans jamais tomber dans le grossier ou le reducteur. Le film se termine par une touche d'espoir morale mais legerement cynique donc realiste car nous pouvons tous nous y reconnaitre. On y constate un travail d'horloger car il n'y a rien qui est laisse au hazard. Jean Vanier dirait que ce film raconte l'histoire sacree de deux personnes differentes qui inventent le chemin delicat de l'amour a leur maniere avec beaucoup de maladresse. Tout au long du film, pourtant un drame, je me suis surpris a sourire et meme a rire, car les personnages finissent toujours par connaitre une certaine dose d'humour. Je le recommande et j'avoue que je ne suis pas surpris de la subtilite de ce film pourtant simple. Truffaut nous confirme qu'il reste un des plus grands cineastes de tous les temps. 

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After seeing the EU citizens saving their banks, they have to put another effort for patching up all the economic collapse which was never been their fault. The major issue is that globalization of manufacturing which allowed their industry to flee their countries for poor countries where Unions had no power. This means that all the goods we are buying come from countries where people are paid slavery salaries and cannot defend their rights. 

 

The people in Europe are well educated and see the fraud. The fraud is the one of having to reimburse the debt. They demonstrate against all this economic mess and still the result is that those right wing governments are still not doing anything about this problem since they are supported by banksters and investors only interested in their profit. The left wing governments are often plagued by corruption and fear of action since they will never get a good review from the media. Even the majority of anglo-saxon media are sold to the big picture of having the EU people going into poverty and misery.  

 

It is normal that they demonstrate their disapproval. They are not sheep. 

 

But, the governments will not do anything and then some extreme right organizations will be sending trained rioters (often armed and transported by some police) to discredit the demonstration movements so that these same non-listening governments can be justified to juggle violence which is not really coming from the protesters themselves. But this is a good opportunity to arrest all the good people wishing for a better world. These guys become political prisoners of "big brother" regimes. I am not for violence whatsoever and I even condemn it fully because this always leads to more chaos and innocent victims. But demonstration is what is left to little people resisting and manifesting their disapproval.

 

If a government cannot insure the happiness of its citizens and it wishes to steal from them or let some rich privileged brokers to steal from the little people, you have no choice to become oppressive and authoritarian. This is what is happening in Europe. The wealthiest have the decided to take more from Europe and throw more people into poverty. UK is no better then the others, it is just that their people does not seem to demonstrate as much but the destruction started during Tatcher times when she did let the industry flee away. 

 

Where will it stop ? When human rights are respected. 

 

The same that were never well respected in the USA, Russia or even Saudi Arabia. 

 

I feel very sad when I see what is happening in Europe and I know Canada is the next on the list. 

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Here is article which shows why a toxicologist won’t eat microwavable popcorn or why a farmer will not eat non organic potatoes or why a fishery expert stays away from farmed salmon. Read on to learn why, as well as other foods you should stay away from.

 

 

Introduction

 

Food scientists are shedding light on items loaded with toxins and chemicals–and simple swaps for a cleaner diet and supersized health.

 

Clean eating means choosing fruits, vegetables, and meats that are raised, grown, and sold with minimal processing. Often they’re organic, and rarely (if ever) should they contain additives. But in some cases, the methods of today’s food producers are neither clean nor sustainable. The result is damage to our health, the environment, or both. So we decided to take a fresh look at food through the eyes of the people who spend their lives uncovering what’s safe–or not–to eat. We asked them a simple question: “What foods do you avoid?” Their answers don’t necessarily make up a “banned foods” list. But reaching for the suggested alternatives might bring you better health–and peace of mind.

 

1. The Endocrinologist Won’t Eat: Canned Tomatoes


Fredrick Vom Saal, is an endocrinologist at the University of Missouri who studies bisphenol-A.

 

The problem: The resin linings of tin cans contain bisphenol-A, a synthetic estrogen that has been linked to ailments ranging from reproductive problems to heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. Unfortunately, acidity (a prominent characteristic of tomatoes) causes BPA to leach into your food. Studies show that the BPA in most people’s body exceeds the amount that suppresses sperm production or causes chromosomal damage to the eggs of animals. “You can get 50 mcg of BPA per liter out of a tomato can, and that’s a level that is going to impact people, particularly the young,” says vom Saal. “I won’t go near canned tomatoes.”

The solution: Choose tomatoes in glass bottles (which do not need resin linings), such as the brands Bionaturae and Coluccio. You can also get several types in Tetra Pak boxes.

Budget tip: If your recipe allows, substitute bottled pasta sauce for canned tomatoes. Look for pasta sauces with low sodium and few added ingredients, or you may have to adjust the recipe.

 

2. The Farmer Won’t Eat: Corn-Fed Beef


Joel Salatin is co-owner of Polyface Farms and author of half a dozen books on sustainable farming.

 

The problem: Cattle evolved to eat grass, not grains. But farmers today feed their animals corn and soybeans, which fatten up the animals faster for slaughter. But more money for cattle farmers (and lower prices at the grocery store) means a lot less nutrition for us. A recent comprehensive study conducted by the USDA and researchers from Clemson University found that compared with corn-fed beef, grass-fed beef is higher in beta-carotene, vitamin E, omega-3s, conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), calcium, magnesium, and potassium; lower in inflammatory omega-6s; and lower in saturated fats that have been linked to heart disease. “We need to respect the fact that cows are herbivores, and that does not mean feeding them corn and chicken manure,” says Salatin.

The solution: Buy grass-fed beef, which can be found at specialty grocers, farmers’ markets, and nationally at Whole Foods. It’s usually labeled because it demands a premium, but if you don’t see it, ask your butcher.

Budget tip: Cuts on the bone are cheaper because processors charge extra for deboning. You can also buy direct from a local farmer, which can be as cheap as $10 per kg. To find a farmer near you, search eatwild.com.

 

3. The Toxicologist Won’t Eat: Microwave Popcorn


Olga Naidenko, is a senior scientist for the Environmental Working Group.

 

The problem: Chemicals, including perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), in the lining of the bag, are part of a class of compounds that may be linked to infertility in humans, according to a recent study from UCLA. In animal testing, the chemicals cause liver, testicular, and pancreatic cancer. Studies show that microwaving causes the chemicals to vaporize–and migrate into your popcorn. “They stay in your body for years and accumulate there,” says Naidenko, which is why researchers worry that levels in humans could approach the amounts causing cancers in laboratory animals. DuPont and other manufacturers have promised to phase out PFOA by 2015 under a voluntary EPA plan, but millions of bags of popcorn will be sold between now and then.

The solution: Pop natural kernels the old-fashioned way: in a skillet. For flavorings, you can add real butter or dried seasonings, such as dillweed, vegetable flakes, or soup mix.

Budget tip: Popping your own popcorn is dirt cheap

 

4. The Farm Director Won’t Eat: Nonorganic Potatoes

 
Jeffrey Moyer is the chair of the National Organic Standards Board.

 

The problem: Root vegetables absorb herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides that wind up in soil. In the case of potatoes–the nation’s most popular vegetable–they’re treated with fungicides during the growing season, then sprayed with herbicides to kill off the fibrous vines before harvesting. After they’re dug up, the potatoes are treated yet again to prevent them from sprouting. “Try this experiment: Buy a conventional potato in a store, and try to get it to sprout. It won’t,” says Moyer, who is also farm director of the Rodale Institute (also owned by Rodale Inc., the publisher of Prevention). “I’ve talked with potato growers who say point-blank they would never eat the potatoes they sell. They have separate plots where they grow potatoes for themselves without all the chemicals.”

The solution: Buy organic potatoes. Washing isn’t good enough if you’re trying to remove chemicals that have been absorbed into the flesh. You can also remove the skin of the potatoes. 

Budget tip: Organic potatoes are only $2 to $4 a kg, slightly more expensive than conventional spuds.

 

5. The Fisheries Expert Won’t Eat: Farmed Salmon


Dr. David Carpenter, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University at Albany, published a major study in the journal Science on contamination in fish.

 

The problem: Nature didn’t intend for salmon to be crammed into pens and fed soy, poultry litter, and hydrolyzed chicken feathers. As a result, farmed salmon is lower in vitamin D and higher in contaminants, including carcinogens, PCBs, brominated flame retardants, and pesticides such as dioxin and DDT. According to Carpenter, the most contaminated fish come from Northern Europe, which can be found on American menus. “You could eat one of these salmon dinners every 5 months without increasing your risk of cancer,” says Carpenter, whose 2004 fish contamination study got broad media attention. “It’s that bad.” Preliminary science has also linked DDT to diabetes and obesity, but some nutritionists believe the benefits of omega-3s outweigh the risks. There is also concern about the high level of antibiotics and pesticides used to treat these fish. When you eat farmed salmon, you get dosed with the same drugs and chemicals.

The solution: Switch to wild-caught Alaska salmon. If the package says fresh Atlantic, it’s farmed. There are no commercial fisheries left for wild Atlantic salmon.

Budget tip: Canned salmon, almost exclusively from wild catch, can be found for as little as $3 a can.

6. The Cancer Researcher Won’t Drink: Milk Produced With Artificial Hormones


Rick North is project director of the Campaign for Safe Food at the Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility and former CEO of the Oregon division of the American Cancer Society.

 

The problem: Milk producers treat their dairy cattle with recombinant bovine growth hormone (rBGH or rBST, as it is also known) to boost milk production. But rBGH also increases udder infections and even pus in the milk. It also leads to higher levels of a hormone called insulin-like growth factor in milk. In people, high levels of IGF-1 may contribute to breast, prostate, and colon cancers. “When the government approved rBGH, it was thought that IGF-1 from milk would be broken down in the human digestive tract,” says North. As it turns out, the casein in milk protects most of it, according to several independent studies. “There’s not 100 percent proof that this is increasing cancer in humans,” admits North. “However, it’s banned in most industrialized countries.”

The solution: Check labels for rBGH-free, rBST-free, produced without artificial hormones, or organic milk. These phrases indicate rBGH-free products.

Budget tip: Try Wal-Mart’s Great Value label, which does not use rBGH.

 

7. The Organic-Foods Expert Won’t Eat: Conventional Apples


Mark Kastel, a former executive for agribusiness, is codirector of the Cornucopia Institute, a farm-policy research group that supports organic foods.

 

The problem: If fall fruits held a “most doused in pesticides contest,” apples would win. Why? They are individually grafted (descended from a single tree) so that each variety maintains its distinctive flavor. As such, apples don’t develop resistance to pests and are sprayed frequently. The industry maintains that these residues are not harmful. But Kastel counters that it’s just common sense to minimize exposure by avoiding the most doused produce, like apples. “Farm workers have higher rates of many cancers,” he says. And increasing numbers of studies are starting to link a higher body burden of pesticides (from all sources) with Parkinson’s disease.

 

The solution: Buy organic apples and peel off the skin.

 

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Je voudrais celebrer l'anniversaire de naissance de Rene Levesque qui, selon mon analyse, a ete le politicien le plus important du Quebec autant par la pertinence des ses actions que par sa facon d'etre simple et accessible. Un homme qui a ete engage dans les combats centres sur le personnes humaines. Il represente la resurrection du peuple canadien francais de par ses engagement dans le Parti Quebecois qui fut toujours capable de construire de sbitls equilibres entre gauche et droite, et aussi entre esprit liberal et conservateur. 

 

Sa plus grande action fut la nationalisation de l'Hydro-Quebec au temps ou il etait ministre de l'energie avec Jean Lesage. Avec Lapalme et Gerin-Lajoie, il fut le trio de choc qui allait moderniser et socialiser le Quebec. Il mettait ainsi a des decennies de mediocrite qui culmine avec l'epoque quasi-fasciste de Duplessis. 

 

Au temps de la Revolution Tranquille, il nous a sorti de cette vision elitiste et politique d'un monde domine par une Eglise Catholique trop peu soucieuse de construire un monde vivant de valeurs de Beatitudes mais favorisant la morale comportementale enfermant dans la honte, un peu comme cela se produisait en Europe jusqu'au debut de la seconde guerre mondiale. 

 

Selon lui, son meilleur travail fut la realisation de la loi de zonage agricole en 1977 qui allait limiter l'expansion explosive de Montreal et Quebec. 

 

La liste de ses contributions debutent au temps de la seconde guerre mondiale au moment ou il travaillait aux renseignements generaux a Londres et il y a meme un plaque en son honneur sur la maison ou il travaillait. Il envoyait egalement des messages radio destines a encourager les resistants en France. 

 

Je souhaite a tout pays de connaitre ce genre de politicien qui met ses comptes de banque offshore au second plan et pense a vraiment preparer les lois qui protegent et aident les personnes a bien vivre. 

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Privilège des grands de ce monde, ils continuent de fêter leur anniversaire même après leur mort. Né le 28 juin 1712, à Genève et décédé le 2 juillet 1778, à Ermenonville (Picardie), Jean-Jacques Rousseau est mis à l'honneur cette année à travers une série de manifestations organisées en France et en Suisse.

«Philosophe des Lumières», selon l'expression consacrée que connaissent tous les bacheliers, Rousseau a profondément influencé la pensée de son siècle... et des suivants. Son Discours sur l'inégalité, son Contrat social et ses Confessions, pour ne citer que les incontournables, ont façonné la Révolution de 1789 et les textes fondateurs de la République. Romantique avant l'heure, il rayonna également, à travers ses Rêveries du promeneur solitaire, sur le courant littéraire et artistique dont Musset et Lamartine furent les hérauts au XIXe.

 

Sa vision de la justice sociale aura construite la politique moderne des droits et libertés. 

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Dans mes voyages dans plusieurs pays, je constate une constante: 

1- D'un cote, on veut garder nos enfants trop pres de soi, l'education familiale ne les fait pas devenir des adultes citoyens et responsables a 18 ans comme cela devrait etre. 

2- De l'autre cote, on voudrait qu'ils entrent a l'Universite avec un plan de carriere bien etabli et qu'ils se prennent en main. 

 

Que fait-on ? Tout d'abord, reconnaissons la realite: a 18 ans, ils ne sont pas pres a entrer le monde adulte et ne pensent qu'a avoir du fun. Alors, respectons leur ce temps de plaisirs grégaires. Alors, comprenons l'intelligence du systeme du CEGEP, unique au monde, comme preparation a la vie adulte, qui pourrait etre allonge et justement devenir ce moment d'exploration du monde de maniere edoniste mais ou on apprend le geste responsable. Les droits et liberte se vivent avec des obligations et des limites raisonnables. 

 

Ca pourrait meme devenir une espece de Katimavik vue comme service civil. Oui, nous devrions demander de chacun une periode de deux ans de service civil de 18 a 20 ans ou on apprend le sens d'etre citoyen et l'importance du service public, tout en rencontrant des gens et s'amusant a l'autre bout du pays ou du monde. Ils devraient donc entrer a l'Universite plus tard lorsqu'ils ont envi de s'impliquer, la creativite exprimee, les projets construits et que les idees se soient placees dans leur tete. 

 

Et le gouvernement devrait payer pour tout cela.

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20 janvier 2012 5 20 /01 /janvier /2012 21:36

Bee Population Suffers from this Technological Device

Mike Barrett
NaturalSociety
June 2, 2011

The bee population has suffered a dramatic decline over the past few years. As covered in a previous story, electromagnetic radiation, malnutrition, and climate have all been blamed for the decline. While these may be factors, along with bee-killing pesticides sprayed on crops, a new culprit has been established in aiding to the bee decline.

Research conducted in Lausanne, Switzerland found that cell phone signals confuse and disorient bees, often leading to their death. Over 83 experiments paralleled the research conducted in Switzerland, concluding that cell phones at least have a negative impact.

The study, which was led by Daniel Favre, found that bees reacted erratically when active cell phones were placed near or in bee hives. Bees would become disoriented and confused instead of flying away from the device when it was either making or receiving a call.

When a cell phone is active, signals are being transmitted to and from the device. The unnatural, foreign frequency puts the bees in an abnormal state, many times leading to their death.

In addition, the electromagnetic fields generated by cell phones and other technologies are also leading to the bee decline.

Over the past 30 years the bee population within the U.S. and U.K. has been nearly cut in half. All life forms serve a purpose and bees are no exception to this rule. Bees produce honey and pollinate our crops. Bee pollination is crucial for the fertilization of many crops and also enables sexual reproduction of flowers.

 

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