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Andrew Wright asked the Naked Scientists: On a recent walk through my local park (today may 7th 2016 and its a hot sunny day today) where there are lots of dandelions, daisys etc.. on the ground, not one bee to be spotted either in the air or hovering around the flowers. I am aware of bee die off due to aluminium poisoning via geoengeering and would like to know if you have had any other queries like this? I am in the south of the UK near London.What do you think?
I read some research that many recent dead bee colonies had very high levels of neonicotinoids, which are a type of insecticide.
The probability that bees gets toxic levels of aluminium oxide from stratospheric aerosol spraying is more likely than neonicotinoid use for agriculture purposes.