Announcing a major buzz killer for anyone who eats. Bees, those pesky flying things with stingers attached, pollinate our fruits and vegetables. Late last year, beekeepers alerted entomologists that some keepers were losing up to 90 percent of their hives due to colony collapse disorder, fancy words that mean the bees are disappearing. No one knows where. Some blame neonicotinoids, a new-fangled agricultural pesticide. Can anyone spell food shortage?