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    Re: Once every blue moon sting reaction?

    Dodger, you need to see an allergist. It sounds like your life is at risk. Remember you don't get a "do over." Death is death.
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    Re: Once every blue moon sting reaction?

    Brad Bee, I have about the same swelling that you normally have. On day two of a sting, there is no mark, and I seldom have any itching. But, once in a while I have a sting on the back of my hand...
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    Re: Cleaning out the bottom board

    When I once or twice a year see my bottom board, it is clean. My Italians either clean as they go or clean occasionally, as I have never seen a dirty bottom board.
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    Re: My (alternative) theory of the Bush Miracle

    I agree with Salty Bee, I am 75 years old and I have traveled extensively in my work. I have never seen Michael Bush or interviewed anyone who has seen him. I think he is ghost writer and as Salty...
  5. Re: removing dead bees with compressed air

    Compressed air is a wonderful tool. But, you should wear googles when using it. There are many compressed air accidents each year, and most of them are the result of blowing foreign objects into...
  6. Poll: Re: Essential provisions in a (written) agreement

    Almost all beekeepers will need a lawyer to enforce the terms of any contract. At three to five hundred bucks per hour, the lawyer's fee will eat up the cost of equipment at a rapid rate.
  7. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    No, that is not what I stated. If you read my posts, I said many environmental studies are tainted with politics. Can you say, "global warming" of "climate control?" Also, from my previous posts...
  8. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    A large portion of science is influenced by internal politics, but environmental science is much more dictated by politics. So many environmental scientist are hired to prove a political view rather...
  9. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    Well my remarks were made "tongue in cheek." I've had that two semesters of chemistry that all the petroleum engineers and other science majors had to take in college, ant that was about 50 years...
  10. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    I assume one doesn't measure nanograms on a balance scale. :):):)
  11. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    Is nanogram a measure of weight or volume? It's really small at one-billionth of gram.
  12. Re: "...Neonicotinoid Insecticides in Wetlands of Canada." Paper in PLOSOne.

    I was driving by a grass farm last week and saw a sign that stated, "eco turf for sale." i have no idea what eco turf is.

    I'm a petroleum engineer, and I drilled several shallow wells and tested...
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    Re: Engineers and Bees

    As a petroleum engineer, I skipped much of the committee and meeting governance. When I have a problem big enough for it to go before a committee, I will have pulled the bit into the casing and be...
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    Re: Engineers and Bees

    I should have realized that IHFJ was cloaked around psychology. In reading the reference on this acronym, I have determined it is about as meaningful as the FES, Flat Earth Society. But I do...
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    Re: Engineers and Bees

    What is an IHFJ?
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    Re: Should I smoke?

    If I am going to take a frame out of a hive, I use smoke. If I just want to take a peek under the top cover, I don't use smoke. It took me a while to learn to really go slow and smoke lightly as...
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    Re: nuc sales profit margin

    The better question is: How many nucs will you have to sell to make more money than you would on a part time, minimum wage job? It is hard for me to think that you could net more that 50 bucks a...
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    Re: Should I smoke?

    You can smoke all you want to in Colorado.
  19. Re: Experiments You want to try this year?

    Extracting honey.
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    Re: Texas beekeepers hives messed with.

    Another thing that struck me as unusual for Texas, was that there seemed to be no concern about trespassing. Maybe these people were kin to, or visitors of, the land owner. Trespassing in Texas is...
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    Re: Texas beekeepers hives messed with.

    How did this video come into the possession of a beekeeper in Montana, and who owns the apiary?
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    Re: Engineers and Bees

    Nabber:

    Thanks for the information. It seems like STEM is a catch all term for people that don't have a specific degree, but want to recognized as a scientist.
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    Re: Engineers and Bees

    The one thing I am taking away from this thread is STEM. I had never heard this acronym prior to this thread. I've got to get out more.

    I'm a bit confused. Is there a degree or university...
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    Re: What to ask "monsanto foundation rep"

    VARyan:

    "It's most people's dream to do for a living something they believe in."

    I hope that the above statement is true, because I know so many retirees that quit their jobs the first day...
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    Re: Washing Gloves

    An old saddle maker in Burnet, Texas says to use extra virgin olive oil on soft leather surfaces. It works well on leather furniture. Just rub in a wee bit from time to time.
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