13 May '11, 8pm

Living green in the great Northwest

Don’t go making up something in response to someone making up something. I looked at the pdf article that you referenced, and that sentence does not exist in paragraph 17 or anywhere else in the article. Neither does the word “dying”. You claim something exists “all the way down in paragraph 17″, assuming someone else didn’t read that far. However, at the same time, you make yourself out to be some genius detail person for taking the time to read it. But you also assume that the reader of YOUR article won’t take the time to read it either, and will trust your word. Shame on you for inserting false information! All the article does is present results of the study performed. No, it doesn’t say that the bees died, but it doesn’t spell it out in the way that you indicate. Please just stick to the facts.

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