Speaking of the disappearing honeybees, one Dennis van Engelsdorp of the Apiary Inspectors of America says:
“For two years in a row, we’ve sustained a substantial loss. […] That’s an astonishing number. Imagine if one out of every three cows, or one out of every three chickens, were dying. That would raise a lot of alarm.”
Dude, I hate to be the one to break it to you, but somewhere upwards of 99.99999% of American cows and chickens are dying. To the rate of roughly 10 billion per year. To break it down even further, that’s about 9 billion chickens and 25 million cows. Per year. In America. America alone.
Dennis, you don’t even need to imagine such a thing. Look no further than your dinner plate.