interesting about bees. Recently, in the suburban pittsburgh area (about 15 miles north), there was the story I read of a man who has been a bee keeper for many years, I don't recall the exact details, I may be botching some of them in paraphrasing, but this may be a trade that was passed down the family through the years. Long story short, somehow the man and his bees, through the wonders of media (print and broadcast) coupled with the trend for people to be tried in the court of public opinion, were made out to be a potential terrorist to the extent that the municipality was successful in passing some sort of recent law/ordinance/regulation that is now forcing this man to dismantle his hive setup and take it and the bees elsewhere. As far as I know, this man's bees have not been found to be overly aggressive, they have not been accused or alleged to be regularly terrorizing people by actualy stinging them, it seems to be more a matter of the notion and aura of threat that the bees are said to be causing. In this case, the potential problem & hazzard alleged therein seems to be somehow associated with a somewhat dubious and invisible range..... I don't know what range they legally settled on in this case, but the idea is he needs to take them far enough away so that they will then be out of range to cause this problem....... at least as far as they are concerned in this one particular rural community in suburban pittsburgh, but I have no ideas how his potential new neigbhors may view him and his bees. Out of range of what or for what?.... I dunno, possibly out of range of giving public rise to the fears inherent with the supposed threat of terrorism.
I've heard others recently remarking about the shortage of winged wildlife & insects they've been observing....maybe this problem is somehow localized OR maybe it is in part due to the fact that many of the bees (various) , birds (various), bunnies, squirrels, chipmunks, groundhogs, deer and friends seem to be hanging out in my neighborhood...... because they are and have been :) It's been an exceptionally good year for lightning bugs. Whether it's a pure coincidence or not, I dunno, if such things actually occur as we've been trained, I dunno, but it may be worth mentioning that starting with my yard and expanding out from their in ever greater circles across the state, there is a goodly amount of orgonite that has been sown.