Pollinators participate in the reproduction of plants.<quoted text> No. They have been around for some time now. Not as extensive as now. I do worry some about their inability to seed and also their impact on bees.
When you eat an almond, beet, watermelon or sip on coffee, you’re partaking of an ancient relationship between pollinators and flowers. But since the 1990s, worldwide bee health has been in decline and most evidence points to toxic pesticides created by Shell and Bayer and the loss of genetic biodiversity due to the proliferation of GMO monocrops created in laboratories by biotech companies like Monsanto.
But never worry, those real life pollinators—the birds and the bees, as they say—may soon be irrelevant to the food needs of civilization. Harvard roboticists are developing a solution to the crisis: swarms of tiny robot bees made of titanium and plastic that can pollinate those vast dystopian fields of GMO cash crops.
OBAMA MAY NOT BE A VICTIM BUT HE IS FULLY CONTROLLED BY THE ELITE... They should all be arrested and tried for crimes against nature and human kind.