When Does Ant-Man and the Wasp Take Place?

When Does Ant-Man and the Wasp Take Place?


Ant-Man and the Wasp is the first film we
see that ties into the events of Infinity War, and while I previously assumed this movie
occurred concurrently to that one, new evidence suggests we’ve been at least partially mistaken. This is part 20 of a 20 part video series
discussing when each film in the MCU takes place. We’ll add future parts on to this series,
as more home releases are available for us to dig through. So when exactly does Ant-Man and the Wasp
take place? “URGH URAARLGHAOU… ULAAGH-AWHH!” “How’d you do that?” First things first, if we’re going to correctly
place this film, and in turn Infinity War, we need to take a line from that film to help
us with the timeline. “After the whole Accords situation he and
Scott took a deal. It was too tough on their families; they’re
on house arrest.” We determined that Captain America: Civil
War ended in early April 2016, in part 13 of this series. So how long has Scott been under House Arrest? “…Provided he serve 2 years under house
arrest, followed by 3 years of probation.” “Come on Woo, I’ve got 3 days left!” So directly after the signing of the Accords,
or after Civil War, Scott took a plea deal which put him under House Arrest for 2 years,
and considering he has 3 days left on house arrest, this should place this film in the
second week of April, 2018. And on that very day we see Scott attend an
online magic course where the date is none other than April 10th, 2018. Infinity War also firmly places itself in
2018, as we mentioned in part 19 of this series, and we also discuss that the main events in
that film occur over a 3 day period as well. Does that mean this occurs the same day that
Thanos’ Black Order attack New York? There’s no evidence of that being the case. In fact, while the main events of this film
occur within the last 3 days of his house arrest, he still cannot aid the Avengers for
3 years afterwards anyway, considering his probation period. So let’s backtrack a bit and try to explain
this further. We begin the film in 1987 (as we discussed
in part 12), and there’s also a pseudo-flashback we received shortly thereafter. We also get a brief glimpse back at 2015,
as we can see Hope’s hair appears as it does in Ant-Man. There’s also some time dedicated to flashback’s
for Ghost in some indeterminate year. On Day 1 of his remaining house arrest, we
see him going through his daily routine. On Day 2 he wakes up in Hope’s car, is introduced
to the Quantum Tunnel, meets Bill Foster, and finds Ghost later that night. The third day is the climax of the film, and
we know he is released from his house arrest period later that day. “Be back later for the official end of your
sentence.” A number of days pass after Scott is released
from house arrest and is now in his probation, so he still can’t communicate with the Avengers. He spent some time with his family, he spends
some time at work, Hank and Janet go on vacation, and Hope and Scott go on a date. A week, at least, must pass between the day
he’s released from house arrest and when Hope, Janet, and Hank get snapped at the end
of the film. The snap must occur on or after April 19th. To throw another wrench in the mix, we get
this date while Scott and Hope are on their date reading June 2nd 2017, which I’ll assume
is the date this shot was filmed, because this cannot take place in 2017. For what it’s worth, I’ll say that the
snap must occur between April 19th, 2018, and June 3rd. 2.7% of the film’s runtime
took place in 1987, 1.1% in 2015, 1.2% in some indeterminate year, and the majority,
95% took place in 2018. I sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed this series. It’s been a long time coming, and now that
it’s complete, I can finally get to work on piecing together the next version of the
MCU Chronological Timeline. Thank you so much for watching, and if you
haven’t watched each part, I highly recommend you watch this playlist right here, so you
can fully understand where all the films occur. Please like this video and subscribe for more
content just like it in the future. Thanks so much for your support. It truly makes me happy. Have a great day.

Evolution history of bees

Evolution history of bees


The genealogy of bees from 200 million years
ago to 5 million years ago. Dr. Poiner, an ancient creature researcher
at Oregon State University said that bee’s collect nectar and pollen and have a poisonous
stinger. These characteristics are related to the long
evolution of bees. Let’s talk about the history of bee evolution. The “bee” appeared on the planet more
than 200 million years ago, the same as the dinosaur. “The eggs were laid on the leaves and trunks
of the plants, and the larvae ate the plants. Sawfly and horntail. Later, bees spawning on insects appeared. New born larvae ate worms. Eventually, bees began to hunt insects that
fed on their larvae. Surprisingly, the oviduct evolved into a poisonous
stinger. Yes, the source of the poisonous stinger is
the ovipositor. So every bee that has a stinger is female. The same is true for honeybees. About 100 million years ago, when flowers
spread on the earth, bees using pollen as a food source appeared. Then, the flowers made nectar to attract bees
to get pollinated, and the nectar became the bee’s food. Thus, about 70 million years ago, the bumble
bee, the predecessor of modern bees, appeared. “This is a bumble bee fossil that has a
good feature of its time.” The hind legs evolved. The legs became thick and fine hairs developed
so that they could carry more pollen. Also, when the shapes of flowers changed,
the bees of those areas adopted, such as developing long tongues for sucking nectar. And about 5 million years ago, the bees that
live in our current swarms appeared. “Did you know that bees and flowers have
evolved together and have coexisted while adapting to the environment?” This is the long history of how bees evolved.

Maxforce Ant Bait Stations for Ant Control

Maxforce Ant Bait Stations for Ant Control


Hi I’m Victoria with Epest Solutions,
Today we’re going to talk about Maxforce FC ant bait stations manufactured by Bayer. Now, Maxforce ant bait stations you can, the
best things about these stations first of all they have a seal over the top of it, so
you can put them in any area like a food, pantry or any warm damp area to where it won’t
contaminate any type of foods. It does contain a .01% Fipronil in it, so
they’re going to take that bait and actually take it back to the colony cause ants mainly
the workers are out finding food to go feed the colony. So, it’s actually going to take the bait to
the colony and within a couple days maybe a week, week and half, you’ll actually start
to see that colony start to completely vanish pretty much, it will eliminate a very large
amount taking care of your infestation. The great thing about stations is you can
use them indoor and outdoor. You can put them on any type of wall, you
can put them on the ground, you can put them up horizontally or vertically, you can peel
off the back and actually it’s like a sticker. You can stick it up on any type area that
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Animated Spider-Man – Funniest Moments

Animated Spider-Man – Funniest Moments


LORRAINE CINK: We have
got the weirdest wall crawling ’80s moments
from Spider-Man, the animated series. In 1981, that
was a truly magical animated series that webbed
the hearts of many, Spider-Man. From great quips
to strange clips, here are our favorite
weird and wonderful moments from Spider-Man in
his 1981 animated series. My spider sense tells me
this cake isn’t for eating. It’s for throwing! Your cake! I’m sure I’d have gotten
the big bang out of it. Hey, that’s city property! So? I’m a taxpayer. Stairways are for Peter Parker. Spider-Man can take a shortcut. [GROWLING] See you later, alligator. Sir, you on the
ceiling, you can’t board this plane without a ticket. Don’t worry. I promise I won’t
get in the plane. [CLUNK] Sshh. Some days it feels good being
your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. I’ll just use this pipe to– uh-oh. You’re no pipe. I am now master of the world. Look, I don’t care if you’re
master of Melvin’s Supermarket. When real spiders do this,
it’s called ballooning. Hope it throws them off. Look I’m not just a
nut in long johns. I go to college and everything. Hey, I thought you were
standing guard outside. Uh, I’ve got something
to tell-a the kingpin. Oh, yeah, sure. And in sports today– Hey. WOMAN: The picture’s gone. MAN: It’s the antenna. A Spider-Man’s
work is never done. Well, hey, kid’s, pro
tip, shush your chairs, because they’re noisy. Yeah, I don’t want those
chairs talking back to me. I have an exploding
cake, and I’ll use it. Oh, well, listen, that
is just the tip of the web for this amazing show. So tell us some of your favorite
moments with that hashtag, #EarthsMightiestShow. And if you want even more
wonderful, webbed weirdness, go check out Spider-Man, the
animated series from 1981, over on the new
streaming service, Disney+, where you can
also catch tons of other Marvel animated series. Yeah, we’ll see you next time.
I’m Langston. I’m Lorraine. And this is Marvel. Your universe.

Parasitic Wasps and Genetics

Parasitic Wasps and Genetics


This is the University of Rochester. This paper is about the first full genome sequencing for parasitic wasps, and we’ve learned a lot just from looking at their DNA, and it’s setting the stage for a lot of important work to follow. Parasitic wasps are these very small insects – most people don’t even know of their existence – but they play an incredible role in maintaining low numbers of pest insects out in nature. So they are an underrecognized group that is extremely important for natural systems and agricultural systems. Right now what we do is we broadcast basically toxins into our environment – pesticides, to control in a very non-specific way a large number of pests. As a result their environment is exposed to these toxins, and we are as well. Another really exciting finding is that these insects have a particular way of manipulating their DNA called “methylation.” That turns genes on and off, which is unlike the standard insect model which are the fruit flies which don’t have this mechanism, these insects do. So that among other features makes them a very good genetic model for studying how genes get turned on and off. How genes get turned on and off determines what their roles are in development, inappropriate expression of genes can play a role in diseases, many of the same genes that occur in humans are also found in insects, so we can use insects as a model to understand human biology as well. There are a couple of interesting features of this project that make it really useful for looking at evolution. Rather than sequencing the genome for just one species, we sequence the genomes of three very closely related species. And so by comparing them, we’re able to see what are the kinds of genes that are changing very rapidly, on a short evolutionary timescale, and how does that relate to how a new species might arise. This is the University of Rochester.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Trailers

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Trailer #1 (2018) | Movieclips Trailers


Miles! Yeah Gotta go! if you want me to drive you we gotta go. Now! No, dad, I’ll walk. [sarcastically] personal chauffeur don’t work It’s Okay Seriously, dad, walking would have been fine. breaking news spider-man saves the day again breaking news spider-man saves the day again *Scowls* Spider-man. this guy swings in once a day zip. Zap. Zop dancing [unintelligable speaking] I know! Dad. Dad. Speed up. I know these kids Yo, Miles, man, you get arrested? Gosh don’t cops run red lights. Well some do but uh, not your dad In your universe. There’s only one spider-man But there’s another universe. it looks, it sounds like yours But it’s not My name is Miles Morales Hey kid, you’re like me. How? I knew my day would come around this time. I know it’s complicated Wanna know what happened to you. I can teach you to be spider-man Hmm I love this burger so delicious One of the best burgers I’ve ever had You have money right? I’m not very liquid right now. I think you’re gonna be a bad teacher How am I supposed to save the whole world? You can’t think about saving the world. You have to think about saving one person One thing I know for sure. Don’t do it like me Do it like you BROOKLYN [music] I see the spark in you, it’s amazing. Hands up! Whatever you choose to do with it you’ll be great I love you miles. I know dad You gotta say I love you back. Dad are you serious. I wanna hear it. you want to hear me say it. I love you dad You are dropping me off at school. Look at this place. I love you. Dad. I love you. That’s a copy On the swing just like I taught you. When did you teach me that? I didn’t it’s a little joke for team-building Hey guys. Okay, who are you? I’m Gwen Stacy. Come on. How many spider people are there. Same as a comic-con? What’s comi-? Lets go!