Worldview Why we still (and always will) have an electoral college, and an appreciation of local bees October 29, 2012 [View the story "Worldview 10.29.12" on Storify]Worldview 10.29.12The US is the only country that indirectly elects an executive president, we examine the Electoral College. Also, Eco Myths celebrates native pollinators.Storified by · Mon, Oct 29 2012 09:37:42 More content below this sponsor message Why we still (and always will) have an electoral collegeWorldview spends theweek examining how our electoral process and presidential campaigns compare toother countries. On Monday we begin with a look at the Electoral College, thebasis of our system.The electoral college explained - US Election 2012 - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)Updated October 21, 2012 11:37:58 With the polls showing a very tight race between president Barack Obama and governor Mitt Romney, we're...The United States isthe only country in the world that currently has an Electoral College.U. S. Electoral College: Frequently Asked QuestionsThe official U.S. Electoral College web site, providing current presidential election state electors timeline and roles and responsibilit...PaulSchumaker, author of Choosing a President: The Electoral College and Beyondexplains the history behind the Electoral College.An appreciation of local beesDid you know that oneout of every three bites of food you eat was created, at least in part, by thepollination of a bee? These essentialcreatures are now in jeopardy and for our next EcoMyths segment, KateSackman and Jerome chat with a couple of bee experts.They’llshare the numerous ways we depend on bees and what we can do to help themsurvive.