Cyborg cockroaches developed by U.S. researchers to help rescue victims 미국 대학,


Cockroaches are often considered pests,…
but general opinion towards the insects could change as they may offer crucial help in rescuing
disaster victims. Researchers from North Carolina State University
have developed cyborg cockroaches… called “biobots,” that are equipped with electronic
packs and high-resolution microphones. They say the bugs can be controlled to navigate
through tiny spaces towards sound that it picks up,… potentially helping first responders
locate people trapped under rubble.

فلوق ١٦: ملك الصراصير 🐞

فلوق ١٦: ملك الصراصير 🐞


Guys! No!
Please don’t! Turki Almohsen vlog – 16
Riyadh Hello Thanks god What’s wrong with you? Please, I want to go out Where do you want to go? I want to go but I can’t.
There are many cats around the house You just want to go have a walk? Anything, the weather is so nice Do you want to go to a museum?
I’m sure you’ve never been there, It’s a nice place Yeah let’s go Are you ready? This is not a museum It is a museum, come lets go in What is this place? Come, read this and you’ll know “Tips for getting rid of mosquitoes” This is a pesticides museum
They kill insects here Did you bring me here to threaten me? No! I just wanted to show you No, I’m sure that you are threatening me No I just wanted to show you what humans can do to insects and cockroaches Dear, we are living a better life than yours “More than 33 types of bacteria” This isn’t true We are cleaner than humans What !! We are cleaner than cockroaches! are they monitorin No these are the cars that has pesticides What kind of racism is this ! They’re mentioning us with rats, ants and mosquitoes We are higher class A meteor killed all of them except us Look at these tools This can kill all humans No, this is for insects like you What is this for? This is for spraying cockroaches and ants So you’re classifying cockroaches and ants together All of these procedures are for us? You are scared of us are you guys serious? This is diazinon, a substance to kill insects Diazinon? it’s useless!
We drink it like coffee Get me some, I’m thirsty You’ll die by the way no man i won’t They use this to kill you! You’ll die Pour a bit more, it’s so good It just needs a bit of cockroachium cockroachium? cockroachium is a substance.
If you put a bit it’ll become fetal Do you want me to show you how?
It’s simple In the previous episode don’t get close to him! What does he mean by I can’t come closer than 2
meters from you? What kind of rule is this? I don’t think we can solve this on the phone
I’ll meet you when I get back to Riyadh. Goodbye Hello Hello Nawaf, open the door Listen, come back in 2 hours Why? I can’t open now What do you mean? Bro I’m not in the mood for problems What problems? This is Turki Who’s this? Are you serious? Is it Abudullah? What do think of.. umm.. Wait, what?
I’m here to visit Nawaf So you don’t want to let me in Bro please, I’m not in the mood for problems I’ll show you guys. One hour later.. Yes? Open Bro I asked you to come after 2 hours Open, I solved the problem I don’t want problems infront of the neighbors Open ! I’m coming wait Alright come on Hello What’s this? This is the solution Move This is a 2 meters iron so I don’t get close to you What do you think now? You shouldn’t come closer to me more than 2 meters
What you’re doing is against the law What is against the law?
I’m not closer than 2 meters Am I right or not Nawaf? Come here, where are you going? I’m calling the lawyer Let him call the lawyer Are you stupid? How is fasting going with you guys? We are not into fasting Don’t you guys fast? We are not involved Hello How do you pick up the phone like that? Give me a minute Hey!! they still there are they? But I’m not into jobs actually 25,000 SAR Yes! Accept How much is 25,000 SAR? A lot !! So can I pass by tomorrow? Can you drop me in the morning? Yeah sure Alright see you 3 months later How are you?
What’s up? What’s the problem?
You told me that there is a problem The problem is with your friend
I will terminate him Why? what did he do? He is not acting in a professional way So you are willing to terminate him? It is my first time to see a cockroach that speaks He is working but not achieving anything.
He’s not a good marketing manager – So you didn’t get any profit at all?
– No, at all Alright, I’ll talk to him
Where is his office? 3nd office to the left don’t drag me into this just follow what i am telling you Nawaf Shbeili this is Lawyer Khaled Khalid Abdulziz! Khalid is an actor and a YouTuber!
Don’t play around and act as a Lawyer! I’m a lawyer and I have certificates in law Since when? Are you a real lawyer? Yes I’m! I’m not a clown Is this legally correct? Yes it is! Just let me check Mr.Turki, please I can get closer right? Right? Law is law Law is law Abdullah, I told you You can have a look It’s okay It is legally okay! Look! He’s pushing me I will raise a file to the court Khalid 1 hour is for 50 SAR 1 hour is for 50 SAR?
Okay let’s go Hello Hello!!! Hello bro! What a nice office! What are you watching? Have a seat man What a cool job This is something you have to see Is this what you have created? This is one of the things I came up with How’s work going?
What are these papers and stuff A did a thesis take a look at it Hello Please Abu Abdullah, you made us so busy
Find a way for your rats and leave the place No, don’t ask them to use pesticides Don’t give them a reason, just find a way for your rats Keep these words between us What the hell are you doing? You’re welcome, god bless you What did you just do ! Why are you saying that to clients? This not a good way to work These people are going to use pesticides in a villa Then why didn’t you call them
before and ask them to go there? Bro! I don’t want them to be killed!
I used to play football with them It doesn’t matter!
You’re an employee in this company You can’t go to that neighborhood You are ruining everything What the hell are you doing? You are making to company lose money! 2 meters
don’t get closer This is unacceptable
You are here to do your work, but not this way What’s wrong? What do you want! get away Why did you touch him? He is crazy I’m not here to get you mad Yes your are Because you don’t know what is happening I don’t care
Look at this thing, what do you think it is? What’s this? an icecream? No What’s that?
Cockroaches? Yes This is for our clients Give me a paper I want to write something I want to write something for you What’s that? What’s that!! What do you think of it? Is this a real cockroach? It looks real man! It is well designed Oh Karma No i won’t do this What! stop No! you’re not allowed to touch him! I’m not forced to wear this stupid tent Where are you sitting, come here
get out of here with them Nawaf don’t ruin it You are doing something against the law **** this law He just swore at me What you are saying can be used against you don’t The company is complaining about you
You are making them lose money Who got this? tell me But they are losing since you started your job How? You are calling them and asking them not to work So you think insects should die? Yes they should! No dear!
Humans should die not insects The problem is that they didn’t
get any profit since 3 months What is the conclusion of what you want to say? That they have terminated you, they want you to pack up and leave the office They terminated you. it’s done.
No more salary, they wont give you any money What’s wrong with you?
Don’t get angry !! Don’t do this! Don’t get mad
Stop it Damn them Why are you leaving this way? Don’t do this! Guys! No
Chill! What’s wrong with you!
No Nawaf! Stop Calm down!! You should leave 4 meters space between you 4 meters! Alright What happened to us bro? What are we fighting about? I don’t remember No matter what But the issue is not a joke But no matter what, we are like brothers I want to apologize, I’m sorry It’s ok no need to apologize Let’s forget about it Without a hug, please Alright no hug Your apology is accepted Alright Take me back home
I don’t want to see you nor be around any of you Where the hell are we heading to? Where are you going? Let them know
I’m leaving For sure? Let them know, If they want it to be a war between us It’s not me, I’m not involved Okay as you like but don’t say that I haven’t warned you Who warns can never be blamed Alright I talked to them, I tried to find a solution but they don’t want Do you know what they want? What do they want? They want a war Meteors couldn’t kill us Now they’re trying to kill us with sprays! Their eid is soon, I don’t want a wedding, a dinner or any occasion without you all being there Ruin everything, let us teach them! Who survived meteors will survive now It’s our turn to destroy them Don’t forget to like, subscribe and most importantly, to share the video anywhere you can.

Honey Bee and Wasp Sugar Water Preferences Open Feeding What Bees Use First


okay so today is Friday the 13th in
October and what we have is an abundance of foraging bees and wasps in the air
and the resources are low so competition is high now what a lot of beekeepers do
is they open feed and they open feed a variety of different materials the most
popular is 50/50 sugar water and sugar like C&H pure cane sugar and what I have
here for this test and you’re looking at the time-lapse sequence here 50% so
that’s the 50/50 sugar water all the way to the right and this is by volume 25%
second from the right and 10% second from the left and 5% sugar water all the
way to the left and the water resource is the pure P U R filtered water that
we talked about before in the last test and turned out to be the water that was
preferred by the bees so this four minute time lapse sequence shows that
the bees really pile on the twenty five and fifty percent sugar water now sugar
and water together just provides the carbohydrate that the bees need to have
the energy to warm the hive and to forage of course
so by open feeding what we’re doing is we’re giving something for those
foragers to do plus they are bringing resources to the hive and they won’t be
attacking other colonies of honeybees hopefully if there were no resources in
the environment and as you can see in the background there the corn is dry and
ready for harvest there are very few flowering plants left so the stronger
colonies tend to converge on weaker colonies and raid them out and take
their resources so by open feeding you do two things you give those foragers
something to do and get their energy away from weaker colonies that may be
robbed out and you provide resources that will help them keep their hives
warm now the more water percentage there is compared to the sugar the more
dehydrating they have to do so once the imitation nectar here is taken into the
hive the bees have to dry it out and
condense it so that it becomes honey now you want to do this open feeding well
after you’ve taken honey off of your hives because you obviously don’t want
to be taking sugar water honey off as a resource for your own consumption so do
this after you’ve done your last harvest and so as you can see here the 50% 25%
are equally consumed by the bees they are just taking it down now I wish it
were backlit better so that you could see right now they’re down by 1/3 what
goes on is the bees are taking this all off in just a day so the entire cycle of
what you’re seeing in this video happens within a 24 hour period and the
time-lapse sequence is what I’m starting off with but if you’ll continue watching
I’ll get over some close-ups of the bees and some more discussion about what
other insects come to these feeders and again we’re using highly filtered water
this is from a well because my house is on a well so that’s pre filtered and
then I use the PUR filters that we get from Amazon I’ll put a link for that
in the video description I’ll also put a link to these drinkers that I use these
are 1 quart plastic drinkers and that’ll also be in the video description now what happened during the day of
course it warms up we started this sequence right after sunrise and the
bees of course the activity picks up after noon most foraging occurs late
morning early afternoon and here we are in the final sequences 10% 25% and 50%
are completely empty now and you notice that they’re concentrated all the way to
the left and look what is predominantly present here these are all wasps for the
most part the honeybees have already gone into their colonies for nighttime
protection and the wasps continue to forage well after sunset now for those of you who want to know
the exact weather conditions I decided to take a picture of my weather station
here and the sensor for wind we’re at 4 miles an hour we have 74 degrees outside
and 67% average humidity rainfall of course has been light for the whole
month we only have three point four four inches so this gives you kind of a base
for when I started and did this test I guess I could also if you’re interested
in this weather station I’ll put a link to that I got it on Amazon now for the
time lapse sequences I use the GoPro Hero 5 I just had that thing up on a
tripod right in front of all four the drinkers and set it for a shot every 5
seconds so here we are first one is 5 percent 5 percent sugar to water by
volume and if you notice the honeybees really didn’t care too much for that
overall we went to 10 percent they did show moderate interest in this but so
long as 25 percent and 50 percent sugar to water ratio was made available they
really heavily concentrated on that and here you see a mix of the honeybees
which are from my apiary I know some people get concerned and have made
comments in the past when I open feed that bees are coming from other apiaries
and we’re mixing potential varroa mites and things like that
well my bees are isolated we are at least five miles from the nearest
beekeeper in my area so for me open feeding number one I’m not wasting my
resources feeding other people’s bees and number two I’m really not that
concerned about contagions passing back and forth bee to bee while they’re
concentrated at these drinkers and this just shows again the GoPros setup so
here they are they’re concentrating to the Yellowjackets here in the foreground
lining up and now Yellowjackets even though they do raid beehives when
they’re all at an area like this where there’s an abundant resource they
congregate without attacking each other the exception to that though is and
you’ll see them in here see that bald-faced hornet which is really a
wasp but she’s on the right there kind of in the middle of the pack they show
up for nectar resources which is the sugar water but they’re also here to
attack kill and fly away with some of the smaller wasps they don’t seem to be
very successful against the honeybees but they are definitely here as dual
purpose predators one for the nectar and the second is to get some protein by
capturing a smaller wasp tearing it apart and bringing that back
to their nest site so by sunset this future percent sugar water was basically
empty and twenty five percent went down pretty much at the exact same rate I
think during this sequence we do still have some of the water in those
reservoirs and you can still see as the sun’s back lit twenty-five and fifty
percent are at fifty percent and the ten and five percent are down by about 20
percent now bees have to drink their food any
insect that you see that has that thorax and then the very thread thin
connection between the thorax and the abdomen meat protein isn’t gonna pass
through that so they can only drink now insects of different styles can handle
thicker liquid than others I hope some of you enjoyed those
slow-motion sequences they are a lower-resolution of course we will
improve on those at another time but these are cool in slow motion and here
we are again we’re just gonna continue to show the bees and wasps kind of
cooperating here at the drinkers now if you look closely there are a
variety of wasp species here and the ones when you see their abdomens and
they’ve got the yellow and black stripes going across them now we’re going into
nighttime so even though the video looks well lit this is actually after sunset
so what’s left at the feeders wasps so and wasps are not all the same I have
to tell you that you know like mud dobbers and some of the smaller
Yellowjackets woodland Yellowjackets they are pretty gentle to be around but
what we’re looking at here this nice large black and white one is what’s
known as a bald-faced hornet now they’re really just a wasp themselves but they
are really at the top of the food chain when it comes to wasps in our area and
some of them are here licking up the sugar water that’s remaining if you
notice all of these reservoirs are empty except for the 5% sugar water by now and
these boldface Hornets if you’ve seen my other videos I am NOT a fan of these
wasps they are really aggressive they can fly at night they navigate at night
they can squirt venom in your eyes they are just I don’t know what to say they
are a very very defensive and capable flying stinging insect and the cool
thing is here now that we’re after sunset and most of the honeybees have
gone to their hives you get to see on these reservoirs all these different
varieties of wasps and some of these again they’ve come from the woods some
of them are meadow some of them come from ground nests and
others are paper wasps there’s a honey bee real quick they’re like look at this
curious looking Los long and slender and they’re pretty docile I’m close to these
things they don’t have any protection on and they’re just pretty passive at this
point of course it’s cooling down it’s nighttime there’s a honey bee there on
the left but again as I said most of the honey bees have gone there’s a bee fly
there right in front of us that’s an imitator now I’m showing you my
bug-zooka this is what I use to collect sometimes Yellowjackets if they’re
really getting pesky I’m trying to work the bees but tonight
you know I just can’t let these boldface Hornets go so I’m gonna have to go after
them these are Yellow Jackets these are not my target species right now but I am
collecting bald faced Hornet so that I can look at them up close the bug-zooka
lets you catch things alive if you get something that you don’t want to kill
you can release it later after observation and for me in my case I can
photograph them but look at these different wasp species they’re really
interesting five percent the only thing that’s left
to drink from and you can see the honeybees are
congregated there to the right side of the screen these bees are staying kind
of grouped together and they’re gonna stay on these feeders overnight which is
interesting too now look at these boldface Hornets I
just can’t let him sit there look there you go taking them out with my bug-zooka
oh there’s another one she’s aggressive just you know they’re not like any other
wasp goodbye and these are what I would call you know passive friendly wasps
here those of you know your wasp species very well could chime in in the comment
section and share with all of us again it’s it’s fairly dark now don’t be
fooled by the exposure of the video camera that I’m using which makes it
look well lit we are well past sunset and of course these honey bees have
moved up underneath this brick to protect themselves from heavy dew and of
course the cold temps overnight in the morning they’ll find their way back to
their hives another bald-faced hornet got that one and there’s a bald-faced
hornet if you’ve ever had an encounter with bald-faced hornet so you know
exactly what I’m talking about they come at you like nothing else just look at
her going after all the other wasps that are just there to drink she is not a
friendly wasp when it comes to the drinking hole here yeah got you too! so we’re putting away
everything packing up the GoPro and of course here’s a little wasp on it very
timid you know we’re out here we’re not at their nest so keep in mind wasps when
they’re out of the feeding space are not defending that site so they’re very easy
to approach and here’s my collection for the evening a bald-faced hornet so i’m
gonna take these back and get some close-up photographs of them and again
my least favorite wasp I’ll put a link to the bug-zooka – if you’re interested
in that now here we are this is the following morning actually right at
sunrise it’s cold and it’s rainy and who’s out flying around the Yellow
Jackets Yellow Jackets have a huge advantage over the honeybee they fly in
colder temperatures I’ve seen Yellow Jackets flying around in 38 degrees
Fahrenheit and they are able to gather resources before the honeybees are even
out and about and if you look at the ones that have the abdomens with the
independent dots on left and right going down the back that’s a queen so this
time of year a lot of the Yellowjackets that are going out and about are the
newly hatched Queens that are gonna hope to winner over here because the
temperatures are getting colder and they’ll be the ones that will establish
new colonies in the spring of next year so they are definitely hungry for
carbohydrates thank you for watching this video I hope you got something out
of it and I hope you enjoyed seeing these wasps up close and what sugar
preferences the bees and wasps have thanks again

Building Smoke Sauna with Hand Tools / Mustajõe suitsusauna ehitamine

Building Smoke Sauna with Hand Tools / Mustajõe suitsusauna ehitamine


The sauna has two rooms, outside measures are 3,3 m x 5,2 m.
About 60 logs are needed. Straight pines with few branches are the best.
One tree makes 2-3 logs, we use logs with tip diameter 20-24 cm. Tips that are nice and straight are going to be rafters.
Undergrowth spruces are used for roof-laths. Front room is for clothes, back room is for steaming and washing. Today we are felling the sauna logs in Viljandimaa, nearby Tääksi village. It is January the 9th, the moon is waxing. We are in a 100-year-old forest – it is a drained peatland forest. Pines grow very slow in the wet conditions, the growth rings are very thin
and thus, they hopefully resist the rotting well. As the saw is harder to sharpen than the axe – the surface has to be as clean
as possible so that the saw is not dulled so easily. There! From the stump, it is visible how big the proportion of the heartwood is
and how fast or slow has been the growth. Here the heartwood makes about half and the outer sapwood is about 4-5 cm. The bigger the proportion of heartwood, the better is the resistance to rotting. Besides the heartwood we look also the growth rings – if we measure here,
we see, that on average this tree has grown about 2 mm in a year. It is safe to say that those trees here make excellent material for the smoke sauna. Go further a little bit! Logs are peeled before May in order to avoid the blue stain.
Last layer can partly be left on the stem. When using only hand tools, the building process should start right away,
as raw timber is softer and easier to process. For foundation, loose stones are used, placed in every 2,5 m for
strengthening the walls. First, the cornerstones are placed and levelled, and then diagonals are
checked so that the correct rectangle is formed. Here is our team: Mikk is working with the drawknife. Then we have a french-estonian guy Germain. Ahti is working with the shovel. My name is Andres. In addition, Palolill
is doing the woodworks. With five of us, we are going to make this project work. We will see how it works out. The potter will build the oven. Rest of the works we will be doing ourselves. It is going to be a nice and fun spring! We try to use only traditional hand tools and the whole building will be
fully hand crafted. Smoke sauna has a very simple foundation. We just peeled off the top layer of the soil, filled the hole with gravel
and put the stones loosely onto it. Did it go like this? Can we maybe lift it? Right! The logs of the first and the last round are hewn straight – this will ease
the ceiling and floor making. We use dovetail joint with wind lock.
Long grooves are at least 8 cm wide. Lower log is covered with warm pine tar. Birch bark is used for
hydro-isolation between the log and the foundation stones. For stability, the dowels are drilled into the logs – 3 pieces into the long
walls and 2 pieces into the short walls. A log can shrink up to 1 cm, the whole sauna up to 4%. Dowels must be shorter than the holes, due to shrinkage.
Shrinkage must be considered also in door and window bucks. We write somewhere the names and the year of the building. It is good to have short surname. One more tradition I encountered in South Estonia – I found coins in corner
joints in two old buildings. Usually the coin also bears the year number of the building. This is more
a South-Estonian tradition. The coin is placed in the eastern corner, related to religious tradition
to keep the praying and icons in the east. Hopefully this tradition brings luck also to this family here, whatever kind
of luck they are desiring. Door- and window jambs are 15×15 cm and serve in the same time the purpose
of bucks and frames. In back of doorjamb there is a 4 cm wide rabbet where the tenon of the wall
logs fit in. Window measures are 60×70 cm and windows are placed about 95 cm from the
floor level. Door- and window jamb rabbet is 2 cm in width and 4 cm in depth. For shrinkage,
space is left 2 cm above windows and 7 cm above doors. Peat moss must not be left hanging over the logs, as it causes the blue stain.
Pine is more sensitive to the blue stain. The log was quite curved, we sawed it almost through in order to ease the
curve – this was traditionally called „bloodletting“. To avoid the cold coming through, we insert a peg here. It works. Now it’s in pretty good shape. Rafters have diameter 10-12 cm in top. Rafters’ ends are shaped the same
way as the rafters in the main house of the farm. Rafters lean on plate log with about 4 cm joint. Roof laths are hewn from
young spruces with thickness about 5 cm. In three-layer shingle roof the roof laths are placed in every 19 cm. Between first and second roof lath there is 10 cm distance because the
shingles are protruding 9 cm over the first roof lath. Outbuildings usually had two layer shingle roofs and dwellings had three
layer shingle roofs. Here there are three layers spruce shingles. A shingle is about 5 mm thick,
10-12 cm wide and 60 cm long. Shingle master Jüri made the shingles here in nearby village. Thank you! Thank you! Well, guys, is that enough? Sure! It’s a little sauna, it works. When we get the crown down, then we can consider it done and we wish a long
life for this sauna. Thank you! Cheers! When rafters are finally placed, a still vivid old Estonian tradition
requires the celebration of rafters. Placing the rafters requires some heavy lifting and more men are needed than
in other tasks. When you ask people to come over and help, you should also properly thank
them. This is how the rafters’ celebration was formed. Stove is made of old bricks. Inside there is an arch made of firebricks above
which the stones are loosely placed. Shingles reach 1,5 cm over each other and are attached with one nail. Nails are placed so that the next layer of shingles is covering the nail holes. First layer of shingles is placed upside down. Important thing to look here
is the direction of wood fibres. All other layers are placed so that curve is up and wood fibres are looking down. First layer is placed the other way around so that its curve supports the eaves. The eaves tend to slump because of gravity but if you place the first shingle
upside down then it holds the eaves so that it cannot slump. First row of shingles is somewhat shorter; sometimes there are plenty of
defective shingles, so that you do not have to cut them especially. Once you have completed the first row,
you always turn back with the second row. Into second row you put half shingles. Now you start checking that the fibres in the shingles run always conformal
– so that the rain would not get through but glides over. I start from here, wouldn’t get till the end, the other guy takes over. First shingle here, I leave it open from this side, so that from here it
can be continued. We put a temporary board here – it helps to nail the shingles. We attach it with the same small shingle nails so that it would not harm
the shingles. Ceiling is made of alder that does not contain the resin. In coniferous trees,
the resin warms during the heating and starts to drip. Ceiling is placed as board-on-board siding. A batten nailed to the lower log supports floorboards in the front room.
Floorboards are attached to each other with a wooden spline. We are in the attic of the sauna. Sand loam insulation has two good characteristics: first, it is quite heavy,
about 2000 kg. It adds pressure to the log walls. And secondly, it is not flammable. In order to stop the sand falling from the ceiling we put a layer of
tarpaper beneath. Today is May 22nd and we are collecting the hydro-isolation. It means we collect the birch bark for isolating the foundation stones from
the logs. May is good time for taking the birch bark, when the leaves are small,
then the bark is loose. When the leaves are fully-grown, the bark is already tight. Today it comes easily. You just peel the top layer smoothly. If taken carefully, the beach tree survives it easily. However, usually we take it from the prospective clear-cut areas, where the
trees will be felled anyway. In about 6-7 years, the bark is fully re-grown. This forest here belongs to Mikk, so we are lucky to have a forest owner
in our crowd. We take about 40-50 pieces. We might not use it all in this sauna but as we are here already, we take
enough to keep it in reserve as well. Maybe there will be another small building in near future where we can use it. That’s enough now. The birch bark cannot be left lying around, we must put it under the pressure. A simple board with stones will do. Otherwise it will roll itself when drying and then afterwards when you want
to use it, it will break. If it is drying under the pressure, then it is ok. Steam room floor. Simple ventilation under the floor. Floorboards are placed with a centimetre gap between them so that the water
can run through, directly to the gravel. The floor stands independently, afloat, the floor beams are supported by
the stones. The floor stands apart from the building. If in 30 years’ time the floor needs to be replaced, then you don’t need
to harm the building. You can just take the floor apart and build a new one. Here are the beams, and birch bark between the beams and the stones. Now we also put the birch bark here, so that the water would not fall onto
the beams. Hydro-isolation here is also birch bark. Now we just put the boards over it and then it is done. Nail spots marked. Doors and windows were made by Palolill in his home workshop.
He was using dry pine wood. It is best to use heartwood for the windows to keep them from rotting.
Before the glass is placed, the rabbet is coated with linseed oil. Simple plank-board door has spline between every board. Ledges are made with dovetail joint and have a small taper in order to keep
them tight. Hinges are made by Peeter Reemann – a blacksmith from Rõuge. Doors have
traditional strap hinges; windows have corner hinges. Peeter is also the author of most of the axes and chisels we are using here. Like ceiling, the sweating bench is also made of alder that does not contain
resin and is not getting that hot. Bench boards are leaning on wall logs and to keep the moisture out of the
logs, there is birch bark between them. The height of the sweating bench is measured from the ceiling
and it is about 110 cm. It is good to have the ceiling beam in front of the bench – then the heat
spreads more evenly. It is said that for the stove the best are fine black seaside stones. As they have persisted in the sea for long time, they will also persist the
heating here. Regular stones from the fields are going to crumble soon. We have experienced that those dark stones from
the seaside are very persistent. Biggest stones are placed within the stove – onto the arch and smaller are
put loosely on them. In smoke sauna, the stones are heated first and therefore there has to be
quite many of them. The heated stones must last after the fire is gone, only then
the sauna starts. And only the stones give out the heat for many hours. Today we make a little test heating as well. The stove has been drying for a week now and we have made little fires every
now and then. You cannot make big fire straight away, you must dry it step by step. For drying, every day a small fire is made and so it must go on like
couple of weeks. When the weather is cool, this must go on even a bit longer. When the weather is warm, one week is enough and hopefully we can have first
little sauna time here in a week already. It is done now. The sauna is heated – it is smoking. We hope it has a long life! It took about 130 person-days – 20 days in forest and more than 100 days
were for building work. We started the building process in the end of March and today is June 11th. The building is done, hopefully we will have first sauna here in about
two weeks. Then we will hand the building over to the family here. We hope this sauna serves well and we would like to come to sauna here at
least once. All things worked well and the company was really cool. Everything worked
out exactly how we planned to. Smoke sauna is preferably heated with alder trees as they grime the least.
Heating starts 3-4 hours before sauna time. After the last handful of wood is gone, the coals are stirred well and
the sauna is ventilated for an hour. Best time for making the whisks are before the summer solstice, in waning
moon, like now. You can also make them up to two weeks after the solstice. After that, the leaves are turning older and the stem of the leave is harder.
Young birches are softer on the body. Bath whisks are made from the branches of young birch trees, we take
the lower branches and make a fair bunch. Bigger men make bigger whisks and smaller men make smaller whisks. We take rather thinner branches as they are softer. A new old style smoke sauna was built in the border of Põlva and Võru county,
in the village of Mustajõe to the farm of the old Mustajõe pub. The previous smoke sauna here fell apart in the mid-20th century. But a sauna existed here from at least 1870-ies, because on the map of
Tilsi manor, there is marked the sauna of Mustajõe pub. With this sauna, these men made every detail more beautiful than we expected.

음치, 박치, 음. 알. 못이 들려주는 악기 미니어처 연주┃Ant Orchestra Performance with Miniature Instruments

음치, 박치, 음. 알. 못이 들려주는 악기 미니어처 연주┃Ant Orchestra Performance with Miniature Instruments


Ants are ♪dun-dun♪ working ♪dun-dun♪ hard today as well Ants are holding instruments instead of food?! Is this an ant anthem? Looks like real instruments, just smaller Small instrument models! What are these?! They’re detailed, realistic miniature instruments Miniature instruments?! 5.5cm, super small trumpet! Contrabassoon is 12.5cm long! Is the maker an instrument expert?! I don’t know anything about music and I don’t play any instruments ding ding ding ding The school bell rings, rings, rings *Reaction of WOW Video subscribers* This is an ant orchestra, hundred ants are performing on stage An… Ant orchestra?! [Violin] [Flute] [Bassoon]
All 100 instruments are exquisite! [Horn]
Each instruments have different playing methods, [Trumpet]
and he reenacted the shape of ants’ mouth & hand perfectly! Wow, the quality of the instrument tho… I made them 100% with wood The only exception are copper wires used for 4 string instruments He put the same number of strings on string instruments and perfectly set them up! Harp’s made exquisitely with copper wires The grand piano is the most elaborate piece he made He connected the complicated strings inside, and fit 88 piano keys in a 9cm piano! But why did he choose ants? Ants work very hard I wanted them to play my instruments diligently It has a symbolic meaning According to the coordination of the instruments, there are string quartets, elegant piano performances of classical music, and harmony of oriental & western instruments! (Can we get more fusion Korean classical music in here?!!) He’s been making miniatures for 5 years The shape of this miniature is almost same with this model Although he can now make complicated woodwind instruments by only looking at pictures, he says the making process is always difficult! He made a 1mm sized hole and carves components one by one & puts them in 60-70 of these components are in one instrument Artisan made it one by one He’s trying his best to make masterpieces It’s a work that requires high concentration Why did he start making miniature instruments? I was interested in music since my teenage years But I was tone-deaf, with no sense of rhythm In his teenage years, he felt discouraged about music Back then, I had a couple of friends in the band club who played instruments Since I have no talent in music, I only envied them He lived normally after that 5 years ago, he accidently saw something on the newspaper Seeing the orchestra arrangement on stage gave me a sudden epiphany I thought, ‘What if I make these classical instruments?’ That’s how he started making miniature instruments For the last 5 years, he made around 200 pieces and has been enjoying music in a different way Are you gonna continue making them? Of course Although my eyes are getting dim, I enjoy doing this, so I’ll continue

Two Giant Killer Hornet Colonies Fight to the Death


[MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: The Samurai scouts
bring news that there’s an army on its way. [BUZZING] They rally the troops. But it’s too late. The Bamboo Battalion is on them. The Rock Samurais are ambushed
at their own entrance. When times are tough,
giant killer hornets turn on their kind. It’s like on like,
giant on giant. Claws, stingers, and mandibles,
all weapons deployed and heads will roll. Disabling the enemy is
the primary strategy. Beheading and severing
limbs, the mandibles are the ultimate weapon of war. It’s impossible to
determine who’s winning until the pillaging starts. The marauding Bamboo
giants enter the fortress. They’re conquered
the Rock Samurais and they’ve struck gold. The precious nursery of
developing princesses is ransacked, next year’s
queens killed and cannibalized in their chambers. The sentry can do nothing
but witness the devastation of her precious family.

Spider-Man vs. Venom 3: Enter Carnage – Spider-Man Ultimate 6

Spider-Man vs. Venom 3: Enter Carnage – Spider-Man Ultimate 6


Even with a piece of the symbiote you didn’t stand a chance against us Parker. Not now, not ever. Whose to say I don’t have more of it Brock? Our other tells us that you are using the one sample that was left at Doctor Conner’s lab. Your other is quite the tattle-tale, Brock. We think it’s time you return what belongs to us. How unfortunate, black suited you well. Now we can feel him. He isn’t far. I think I lost a couple of ribs there. We’ll break the rest of you later. But first, there is someone we must find. He knows I’m not going anywhere. He’s just about broken every bone in my body. But. Who could he possibly be after? He should be here. It’s about time you found me. You’re the one we sensed. Who are you? I am your spawn. Our offspring? Now we remember. Our other reproduced and had you. That’s right. I can do everything you can do. Only better. You? Better than us? We will soon put you in your place. There’s no need to fight me. We could kill people together. Get some of that father and son bonding time. Kill who? Everyone. We can’t kill everyone. We are not meant to kill the innocent. Why should your bloodlust end with Spider-Man? Spider-Man is not innocent. We will kill him to protect those who are. Just as we now have to kill you. You don’t understand old man. There are no innocents. There is only death, chaos and me. Carnage. Carnage? You are nothing but a cheap, red imitation of us. And we will rip your tentacles off, one by one. Oh, I like the sound of that.

Cockroach dissection – Reproductive system

Cockroach dissection – Reproductive system


You can tell female and male cockroaches from
one another by the differences in their abdominal tips.
Females and males both have a pair of cerci, Male cockroaches also have a pair of styli.
Cerci and styli are sense organs. The female cockroach’s internal reproductive
organs consist of a pair of ovaries in which its eggs are formed, and a duct that leads
from the ovaries to the outside of the insect. Next to the duct is a pouch in which the male’s
sperms are stored. The sperms fertilize the eggs.
A gland that encloses fertilized eggs in a leathery case is also part of the reproductive
organs. This egg case is called an ootheca.
It protects the developing fertilized eggs. The ootheca can be seen protruding from a
female’s rear end before it is deposited on the ground outside the female’s body.
The male cockroach’s internal reproductive organs include a pair of testes. Sperm is
produced in each testis. Ducts lead from the testes out of the male
cockroach’s body to deliver sperm to the female cockroach.
There are a number of glands along the duct that secrete substances that help sperm fertilize
the eggs.

Biscotti da inzuppo della nonna – Ricetta perfetta per biscotti deliziosi, fragranti e croccanti

Biscotti da inzuppo della nonna – Ricetta perfetta per biscotti deliziosi, fragranti e croccanti


tell me what you eat for breakfast and I’ll tell you
who are you we are devoted to soaking perhaps because
we have the perfect recipe for grandmother’s biscuits
if you are also among those who almost time the soak this is the
recipe that’s right for you Grandma’s soaking biscuits, the
Apulian variant with our recipe
there are 15 grandmother’s biscuits for make grandma’s soaked cookies
we use 550 grams of 00 flour, 180 grams of sugar, 80 ml of oil
extra virgin olive oil, 60 ml of milk, 2 eggs, the grated zest of one lemon,
9 grams of ammonia to be replaced if you want with a sachet of Paneangeli if
you don’t want to use ammonia, a pinch of salt.
soaked cookies also go covered with sugar so a little
leave it for later. The first step involves breaking the eggs add the sugar and at this point
with the blender we beat eggs and sugar add the oil these are homemade cookies and therefore
grandmother tend to do with oil olive and BUTTER FREE we are adding salt, zest
grated lemon. They are ingredients simple and they are quite easy cookies to
replicate Traditional cookie recipes
Italians have many influences regional enough to be different from
doorbell doorbell flour slowly
we continue with the mixer ad mix, keep adding the
flour slowly we put in a milk jug
lukewarm and we are pouring ammonia this too is an ingredient that
our grandmothers used so much. Today is a little disused slowly, however, helps
soaked biscuits keep more to long then we use it though
you don’t want to use it quietly a sachet of
baking powder, so we add it to the compound and mix. Did you know that in
Italy we have more than 300 recipes of typical biscuits
we are gathering them all up youtube we created a playlist with
traditional biscuit recipes Italians divided by region we have
inter kyat e already done in turkey Apulian almond biscuits
sweet taralli cantucci steak we leave you frosted and
indiscretion the link to please so you can see them all must be tried
at least once in a lifetime we continue to add flour and ad
amalgamate a curiosity the first scotti of the
history seems to come from persia in how much they were the first to realize
recipes with sugar over time then each country has
baked their own national biscuit the most famous Italian ones for sure
are the nooks that are brought into the Holy wine
however these biscuits those homemade of the grandmother are widely used for
Italian breakfasts a bit because they are they are easy to make and then for
their texture because the biscuit it will be soaked in hot milk coffee
a kind of soup must be created that Italians really like the flavor
because with this recipe they come beautiful fragrant and aesthetics should not
to be perfect but they must have that aspect houses reggio with above
a little cracking with sugar if you are fond of cookies like
we even exist the hall of the biscuit in alexandria then italy
we own a cookie cult from soaked we are very pleased to show you
all these recipes because to me they like them very much we are continuing to put flour
we switched to the dough they love why just see you reached the
texture that we want to be a little more sticky e
more consistent then you can not continue to mix with the whisk
with a spatula however you see they are really easy to make here
they are without butter but with olive oil so we really do them every
week do it with your children so yes
they will enjoy making a cookie simple enough to make and then
will be happier to eat at breakfast soaked biscuits
home with their hands after about ten of minutes of handwork you see
the dough looks like this so we informed the snake
and divide it preheat the oven to 180 degrees
static we reach the hands of oil because however the dough is sticky and
we put the sugar on a plate we formed another sausage
about the size of the palm you see of the hand ok the height must therefore be approx
half a centimeter and we put it completely in sugar see and
we do the same procedure for all the cookies to make these
cookies don’t even need a mold e we put them on baking paper the first biscuits are ready to go
in a 180 degree static oven after twenty minutes we can churn out i
our group cookies are perfect the recipe is still very hot
finished if you liked it as at usually let us know in the comments
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ANT MAN 3 Trailer #2 HD Paul Rudd,Krysten RitterFan Made

ANT MAN 3 Trailer #2 HD Paul Rudd,Krysten RitterFan Made


I know you are it’s not exactly a secret so you know I can break your face hey you don’t mind if I just take this last coke this routine Jessica Jones you are given every advantage allowed to make mistake after mistake you can’t control yourself I want you to die come on you smarter than both of us combined you gonna give me some MA trouble big boy are you gonna channel that famous Amish serenity you know are you thinking about her are you thinking about yourself oh that’s not great [Music] you