Who killed the honey bee?
I noticed Bert's blog about Wolfram Alpha, then thought that due the importance of the question, I'd post this here along with some background links, to see if we can come up with some "better questions".
Bees are dying in their millions. It is an ecological crisis that threatens to bring global agriculture to a standstill.
BBC 2, Martha KearneyWho killed the honey bee?
Can we increase the chances of finding a solution to the declining bee population?
Here's a few for starters ...
What is the natural predator of Varroa?
Can growing foxgloves and other wild flowers in our urban gardens help bees?
Why are bee populations thriving in Italy?
Can the addition of bio-diverse oasis amidst monocultural environments increase bee survival?
What effect would a global ban on certain pesticides have on bee populations?
How would you frame the question?