Ditnt watch the Video as euthanasia ditnt had a positive meaning if you know the history...
You should watch it, he reconsidered his actions a few times, initial plan was to replace the queen, but that hive was too far gone in spite of all his other hives being really easy to handle.Ditnt watch the Video as euthanasia ditnt had a positive meaning if you know the history...
But it’s could be only the common solution: you kill the queen (yes killing isn’t nice but it works) and put a new queen in which should calm down the bees in the hive..
My CEO got a Bee Race called „Carnica Sklena“ or how these are spelled, thy are pretty calm and doesn’t sting that much at all, as long as you don’t annoy them too much..
but I work everytime whit a Beeceeper Overall
Whit best regards, Matthias
Occam's Razor is meant to be applied when all explanations are equally likely. Imagine you come home and your door has been broken in and your house is a mess. The simplest explanation is that it just became that way in a second. But that goes against all our experiences, so instead the more likely solution is that someone broke in. Occam's Razor does not apply and the more complex answer should be chosen because it's more likely.The best part about solipsism is that it's what Occam's Razor recommends.
I also think not. Your dreams could be trying to mimic reality or it could be trying to fulfill your wish of getting "evidence" for solipsism.Edit: As further evidence, I've heard that if you tell the people in your dreams that they aren't real, they get angry at you. The same thing happens when you're awake. Coincidence? I think not.
Why would more than one person share an illusion? That's not how illusions work.
Well that's ruined my Halloweastermas.Anyway though, you guys don't have to be worried about being a bunch of p-zombies that'll disappear when I die.
Edit: As further evidence, I've heard that if you tell the people in your dreams that they aren't real, they get angry at you. The same thing happens when you're awake. Coincidence? I think not.
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