WITCHCRAFT: Lady Vomits COCKROACH In Church!!!

WITCHCRAFT: Lady Vomits COCKROACH In Church!!!


I command that infirmity to leave you, in the name of Jesus! I command that demon – all his sickness, setback and hardship to leave you, in the name of Jesus! Leave my people! You demon – leave my people! Prayer! Cockroach Vomited During Mass Prayer Watch your screen. See what faith can do. Watch your screen. Cockroach Vomited During Mass Prayer I have seen Jesus walking in the Spirit. I have seen power of Jesus walking in the Spirit. I have seen the Word of God walking in the Spirit. Cockroach Vomited During Mass Prayer See what has happened – that is the power of God. Cockroach Vomited During Mass Prayer Hallelujah! This is the lady who during the time of the mass prayer with Prophet T.B. Joshua vomited this large insect, which has a form of a cockroach. You can see it in the midst of some vomit, which has very vile smell. Right now, we want to hear from the lady herself. Madam, you’re welcome.
Can you tell us your name and where are you from? My name is Chantel Bridget.
I come from Cameroon. What was the problem you were having? The problem I had was blockage and I ate in the dream all the time. I had a moving object in my womb, all the time, which caused miscarriages. Recently, my children started dying and something was moving in my womb. You mean that any time you would be pregnant something would stop the pregnancy, something would eat the child in your womb? Yes. What happened to you during the time of the mass prayer? What did you feel? During the mass prayer, I started feeling strong pain all over my womb. Something was turning round and around in my womb. After that I started vomiting and I vomited this insect. I thank God; now, I am free! How do you feel while pressing your stomach now? Are you feeling any pain? Nothing! Now, I am free. Thank You, Jesus for delivering me and my family. Amen. We give all glory to God. We thank Him for delivering her. She is free from this moving object, which she vomited during the mass prayer – it came out in the form of a cockroach. That is what you are seeing right now on the floor. This happened some moments ago, letting us know that there is never a problem you cannot solve, never a burden Jesus Christ cannot bear. This happened just now, during the mass prayer time when Prophet T.B. Joshua was praying along with people here and with those watching – and this is what happened. This lady was delivered, set free from this problem of moving object, which came out in a form of a cockroach, when she vomited it during this time. We give all glory to God. She is rejoicing now. She says the pain she was feeling before has gone from the womb. Today she is delivered and set free. Thank You, Jesus! Thank You, Jesus for delivering me and my family. TESTIMONY TIME Good morning church! [Good morning.] My names are Chantal Bridget Nyemeck.
I come from Cameroon. The problem that brought me here was evil attack and moving object in my womb. This evil attack manifested in that I usually saw dead people, even my husband who is dead, in my dream. I ate in the dream and drank in the dream. I usually saw myself in dirty places, old houses and things that were very dirty. And I have spirit… On the other side, I had a spiritual husband and small children. On this side, I had big children. All the time, I had moving objects in my body. I usually watched Emmanuel TV in Cameroon. I had a dream and saw the man of God. He asked me, “My daughter, why does everybody hate you?” He carried me like a baby and threw me in the water. People around me started clapping, “You are saved!” That was why I came here, to look for a solution to my case. OK. So, we are listening to what our sister is saying; how she actually had a dream before coming to The SCOAN after praying along with Prophet T.B Joshua on Emmanuel TV. In that world, where she used to see herself in the dream, which is full of dead people she actually saw Prophet T.B. Joshua and he placed her in water and her body was cleansed. Is that right, madam? Yes, he threw me in a big river and I washed myself. After that, people around me were clapping, “You have changed, madam”. Last week you came to The SCOAN. Tell us what happened during the mass prayer. During the mass prayer, I was sitting over there. I prayed, “God, can I return to Cameroon with the same case? God, do my own today, please”. During the mass prayer when the man of God prayed, he did not touch me. I prayed; after some time, I felt pain in my womb. I turned and begun to vomit poison; then, I vomited this cockroach. Hallelujah! Let’s put our hands together for Jesus Christ! Our sister is explaining that as the mass prayer was going on she felt the power of God move around her and her stomach. At that minute madam, what happened to you, as you began to feel the sensation in your stomach? What happened next? After I vomited, the pain stopped. Now, I sleep well. I don’t see dead people in my dream any more. I sleep well, like a baby. That is why I came here to testify. Amen. Let’s put our hands together for Jesus Christ! So, when you vomited out that cockroach, that insect’ immediately after that you realized that the moving object in your body disappeared. The moving object has stopped. Now, I’m feeling fine; I am fine. And you began to sleep well, no more nightmares – is that right? Yes. Amen. Let’s put our hands together for Jesus Christ! So, can you just touch your stomach now? How are you feeling after the prayer? No, I am fine; nothing hurts in my body. Well, thank You, Jesus Christ. Let’s put our hands together for Jesus Christ. We can just imagine – what we have seen on the screen here; that cockroach was the physical manifestation of that spirit that had actually been destroying our sister’s life. You listened to her; how she had been plagued with terrible nightmares, seeing herself in the midst of dead people, with a strange man – her husband in the dream, in another world. As Prophet T.B. Joshua prayed, the power of God flowed through her body. We see how she vomited out this insect and ever since then she has been completely free, and she has been sleeping like a baby, to the glory of God. So, one more time, let’s put our hands together for Jesus Christ. Madam, what can you say about this insect that came out? Were you surprised to see such a thing coming out? I don’t want to see it again. I am afraid of it when I see it. Our sister was shocked to see such an object coming out of her. But, to the glory of God, she is free now. Finally madam, what is your word of advice to our viewers all over the world? My advice goes like this: trust God; have faith. It may be one year, two years or ten years but God will remember you. One day, you will receive your own testimony like me. Amen. Let’s put our hands together for Jesus Christ. Emmanuel!
(God With Us – Matthew 1:23) My name is Chantal Bridget Neymeck.
I come from Cameroon. The problem that brought me to The SCOAN were evil attack in my dreams and moving objects in my womb. These problems affected my life; I couldn’t laugh and cried everywhere I went. That was why I decided to come to The SCOAN, looking for a solution to my problems. Tell us, when you came to The SCOAN, what happened to you. On that day during the mass prayer, I asked God, “Can I return to Cameroon with the same case? God, please help me”. I didn’t finish my prayer when I felt a very bad pain in my womb. As the man of God started praying, during the mass prayer, my senses were gone and I started vomiting. On that day, everyone saw me vomit a cockroach. After I vomited it, the pain stopped. I didn’t feel anything; my womb is OK. Everything is OK. That is why I thank God. Now, I sleep well – like a baby. I have no bad dreams anymore, no pain anymore and I eat. Since that day, I have not seen any evil thing again in my dreams. As I told you before – I sleep well. We really thank God for what God has done in your life. We want you to know that man of God loves you and your family so much. After that prayer of the man of God, and now, when we know that God Almighty has solved your problem and healed you completely of your sickness; tell us about your condition as a widow. It is a very bad experience; since I lost my husband, there has been nothing to eat. My children couldn’t go to school. I needed to do anything to eat. But starting today, that situation has ended. Tell us what kind of things were you doing just to feed you and your children. I usually sold peanuts in the market in my country and cleaned houses for wealthy people before I would be able to eat. So, more or less, you were like a housemaid? Yes. Now, how do you feel, knowing that the God Almighty has healed you and is also about to bless you abundantly? Now, I’m very happy; I don’t know how to explain my happiness. I’m very happy; man of God, be blessed! The man of God in his grace and mercy is giving you this gift of morning water with the booklet and also he is blessing you with the mirror – a book that will show you what you were, what you are, and what you are about to be in the future. Finally, he is blessing you with the sum of 200 000 naira to help your financial needs and to take care of your family and your children. Wow, I didn’t expect to receive this huge amount of money; I’m very happy! Now, I am healed; I am blessed. It is enough money for me; when I return to Cameroon, I will start a business, train my children and pay their school fees. Everything will be fine. Amen. Indeed, we thank God for what the Lord has done in your life and we are also happy and we rejoice with you. We want to encourage you to continue to make God’s Word the standard for your life. Remember, you have been delivered by the Word of God – you need to go and continue to be ruled by His Word, in Jesus’ name. Amen! Man of God, thank you; you will be blessed! The advice I need to give people all over the world who are looking at me is: you need to have faith. No matter what you are passing through, you need to have faith. You need to come to this place. It is a final place you were looking for. I thank God.

YIKES! GIANT STABBING ROACH!


– What’s going on, Coyote Pack? Right now, we are on the
Pacific side of Costa Rica to see what sort of
animals we can come across here in the darkness. Doesn’t matter if they’re
covered in scales. Woo-hoo-hoo. That was nerve wracking. Doesn’t matter if
they have stingers. Ooh! And they sting! Doesn’t matter what it is, it’s all fair game when we’re
out there night herping. Flashlights on. Let’s see what we can find. (suspenseful rhythmic music) That’s one of the tough things about the rainforest at night. You wanna move quick. You look up in the trees. You’re like, “Okay,
nothing there,” and you wanna move
on to the next spot, but there’s so many places
for different animals to hide, and I’m trying to spot lizards
in the trees right now, and so far, nothing. (suspenseful music) Wow! Look at that. Those are army ants. – [Cameraman] Wow. – [Coyote] And they are
busy at work right now. Look at this, an
entire trail of them. Some of them are carrying food. You have a bunch
of workers here. – [Cameraman] They’re so fast. – [Coyote] Those
soldiers are impressive. Look at this. Let me pick him up. Woo! Look at that guy. – [Cameraman] That’s a soldier? – [Coyote] That is a
soldier right there. Look at those mandibles. – [Cameraman] They bite? – [Coyote] Ooh! Yes! Look at that. Aah, aah! (groans) His mandible is digging
into my finger there. Look at that. Ooh! And they sting! Ooh! – [Cameraman] You got stung? – Yeah. He’s stinging me and biting me. Aah, aah, aah, aah! Get off, off, off,
off, off, off. (panting) I can’t get him off. Aah! (groans) Wow. – [Cameraman] I didn’t
know they stung. – No, those mandibles
are like, yow. Look at that. That is blood drawn. Those mandibles are
like fish hooks. Wow. Ho, mackerel. Yep. Ooh, that’s burning. Mm-hmm, okay. Let me tell you what you
don’t wanna get swarmed by. Army ants. Whoa, my finger tip is burning. – [Cameraman] Coyote,
why are some bigger? – Whoa. Ooh, what is that? Ooh, that’s some
kind of bee creature. Look out, look out. Coming for the light. Dude, it’s all right. Don’t let it sting you. – [Lighting Man] (mumbles)
we’re under attack. – [Coyote] Is it on you? – Yeah, it is.
– Ooh it is! Don’t move, don’t
move, don’t move. Let me see what it is before… Back up a step, guys. We’re right in the
middle of these ants. Back up, back up, back up. Let me check you. Hold on. That was a large sort
of wasp creature. Could be warrior wasp. There it is. – Oh, jeez. – Okay, don’t move. – [Cameraman] That’s one
of those night wasps. – Nope, that’s some
sort of a solitary bee. Don’t move. (cameraman mumbling) It is golden. That is really pretty. That 100% stings,
just so you know. Don’t move. Let him go. Okay. Hoo, did you see that? – [Cameraman] Yeah, it
almost hit him in the eye. – That was brave, buddy. That was good. Okay, let’s move
past the army ants and look for some reptiles. Yikes! (suspenseful music) Wow. Look at that. It’s a little tiny
eyelash viper. Look at that. Just curled up in a
little ball there. Gotta keep my eye on him,
’cause he could strike me. They are venomous, but
not incredibly potent. They are rather docile. Certainly not
something I want to try to just catch barehanded. And you’ll notice that this
one is green and brown. Now, there are multiple
different color phases of the eyelash viper,
especially here in Costa Rica. We have seen a yellow one. Remember that episode
from last year? That was pretty cool. But I’ve never seen a
green and brown one. Wow. Very pretty snake. Okay, well, let’s
keep searching. Okay, we’ve got a turnip-tailed
gecko right there. I’m gonna try to get it. Got him. – [Cameraman] Nice grab. – [Coyote] Whoa, nice. – [Cameraman] That’s a good one. – Look at that. One ferocious little
beast right there. That is a turnip-tailed gecko. Look, you can tell
that this gecko has detached its tail
before, right there. You see where the new
tail is growing in. So at some point, this little
creature escaped a predator. And tonight it was
captured by a coyote, but the good news for it
is that I don’t eat geckos, so you’re gonna go back
up on those palm leaves. So soft, too. It’s skin is just like velvet. Awesome! I love geckos. All right, come on. You see that? That’s a huge roach, isn’t it? – [Cameraman] Yeah,
that is a giant roach. – [Coyote] Do those bite? – [Cameraman] I don’t think so. – Okay. Okay, I think I can catch that. Yes, I can catch that. (laughs) I say. I’m like hesitating. I’m like, “I see some vines. “I think I can get up to there.” I’m gonna take off my packs. These are like Tarzan vines. Got it. – [Cameraman] Make sure
he doesn’t fly away – Oh, man. Those legs are pinchy. I got it, I got it. – [Cameraman] Nice, nice, nice. Careful coming down. – Oh man. It’s legs are super pinchy. Ouch. I’m gonna put it in my pocket. Hold on. Aah. Oh, this is creepy. It’s like a little alien. Aah, I can’t get my
shirt pocket open. Hold on. Come on. Oh, it’s making, it smells like, it smells like syrup. Get in there, get in there. Okay. Yes! Whoa, buddy! Look at that. Ow! Ow, hold on. Ow, ow, ow, ow. – [Cameraman] Is it biting you? – No, the legs are like thorns. Now, it doesn’t
look as if it has any biting mechanisms on
the front of its face, but my hand is still
shaking because, ooh, it’s such a
little creepy crawly. Look at that, how big and
juicy that abdomen is. My goodness. Is that an enormous
roach or what? – [Cameraman] That is big. (mumbles) pushing three inches. – Yeah. Can you guys smell that? It’s emitting a smell that
smells just like maple syrup. Ooh, ooh, stop moving. Just sit still, please. Well, that was quite
the catch, wasn’t it? – [Cameraman] Yeah. You had to climb way
up there for that. – Oh, totally worth it for a bug that is this creepy looking. Ooh, I think he’s pooping. He is. Look at that. That’s a little roach
turd right there. Oh, I’m sorry, buddy. You’re probably
really scared, I know. It is spiking me. I’m gonna try to put it
down in the palm of my hand and see if it’ll fly away. You ready?
– Oh, I could smell that. – Yeah. You smell it? Like maple syrup, huh? (groaning) Every time it moves, it’s like little thorns going into the
tips of my fingers. Okay, ready? I’m gonna put it down
in the palm of my hand. Let’s see what happens. Ooh, there he goes. (cameraman laughing) He’s on my back. – [Crew Member] Oh
my gosh, he’s huge. – Oh, where is he going? Oh, where is he going? There he is. Oh, he’s going onto my hand. Look at that. Oh, he pooped on me. Gross. There he is, there he is. Hi, buddy. Oh, come over here. Wow, look at that. There we go. Now I got a better hold on him. Okay, here we go. I’m gonna let him go
right back on his tree. Bye, buddy. Wow, that was a big insect. All right, let’s
find some reptiles. Now, we definitely need
to move slow through here. Look at how dense all
of these leaves are, perfect for
camouflaging pit vipers. I think I see it right here. – [Cameraman] There you go. – Oh, my big coral snake. – [Cameraman] Where is it? – Right there, right
there, right there. Hold on, I gotta
identify it first. Ah, I got the back of its
tail underneath the net. See it? – [Cameraman] Ooh, it looks
just like a coral snake. – Oh, no, it’s not. It’s a false coral snake. Ah-hah! – [Cameraman] Are you sure? – Yep. This is called a
calico snake. Hold on. Still slightly venomous, but only towards lizards
and little frogs. Still don’t wanna
be bitten, though. They’re– – [Cameraman] Whoa. – They are rear fanged. Okay, let me turn
for you like that. Whoa, that was nerve
wracking for a second there. I just lunged down on it. I saw the black and
the orange striping. Wow, look at that. He’s being very calm. I’ll lay it in the
palm of my hands. Look at that. Wow, what a gorgeous snake. Definitely the most beautiful
snake we’ve seen, oh, definitely the most beautiful
snake we have seen tonight. Now, this is a colubrid,
like I said, rear fanged, slightly toxic, but
only toward their prey. They specialize in
catching small lizards and other invertebrates,
maybe even frogs. We’ve seen a lot of little
dirt frogs out here tonight, and that is what this snake
is mostly likely hunting for. Wow. It’s body is so smooth. Now, they’re, oh boy. Such quick movements,
just like a coral snake. They’re known as
false coral snakes because look at the pattern
on this snake’s body. If you were to just see this moving quickly through
the leaf litter, you would probably
instantaneously
think to yourself, “Coral snake,” and
unfortunately for these snakes, a lot of times they’re
killed because locals think that they are deadly. Now, one term that you
oftentimes hear me use is aposematic
coloration, which means I’m brightly colored to
warn potential predators that I’m either
venomous or poisonous. In this case, this
snake is slightly toxic. Now, it’s venom is
used to catch its prey, but the bright coloration
will warn a predator that perhaps I am a coral
snake, and if I bite you, it could be the last animal
that you ever mess with. Now, in the United
States, there is a saying, red on black, friend of Jack. Red on yellow, kill a fellow. That’s in regard
to coral snakes. Now here in Costa Rica, you
cannot apply that rhyme, because there’s so many
different variations. In fact, there are
some coral snakes here that do have red on black, some that are just red
and black completely, some that are just
orange and yellow. There are so many
different varieties. All of them are
potentially dangerous. Even a snake like this, even
though I know it’s safe, if you were to a snake
that’s any color on black, it’s best to just admire
it from a safe distance. Wow. So cool. Look how calm this
snake is being. That’s amazing. Feels like a rubber noodle. That’s awesome. I think it’s about
time to get this snake back off into the rainforest. But it was a pretty
epic adventure, and we came across some
pretty amazing species, from the turnip-tailed gecko
to that enormous roach, and then of course,
the calico snake, which mimics the potentially
deadly coral snake. I’m Coyote Peterson. Be brave. Stay wild. We’ll see you on
the next adventure. All right little snake. See you later. (dramatic music) If you thought this expedition into the darkness of the Costa
Rican night was exciting, make sure to go back and
check out the animals that we found in Texas. And don’t forget, subscribe so
you can join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail. If we disturb that, we
are going to be swarmed by extremely painful
stinging wasps. (bird song)

カエルVS巨大ゴキブリ

カエルVS巨大ゴキブリ


This video is a predatory video. People who like cockroaches and who use cockroaches as pets can be offended We recommend closing your browser Let’s start! This time, give the frog a giant Madagascar cockroach Madagascar cockroach is a cockroach living in a forest native to Madagascar Unlike the cockroaches in the urban areas of Japan, they are not dirty because they live in the forest It is 5-7cm long and is popular as a medium reptile and arowana food. They are lurking underneath It doesn’t move very much for cockroaches.
Similar to the Argentine Forest cockroach. Give it to the Clanwell honed frog, so make it the smallest cockroach I wonder if this should be Easy to eat for frogs Looked cute Feed immediately Cockroaches move faster than expected Frogs are ambush, so cockroaches that appear in front of you are a chance get on? This field is disadvantageous for frogs Was it wrong to put cockroaches on the table? This is a chance He ignored He should be interested Frog does not chase prey from himself Madagascar cockroach crying Did you hear the death agony cockroaches? The frog preyed at the worst angle I’m glad to be more supportive of shooting It is none of my business. He swallowed it unexpectedly easily I thought it would be hard for big cockroaches Delicious! eat up!(Excellent) Cranwell honed frog has eaten Madagascar cockroaches It is better not to put cockroaches on the table Thank you for watching the video bell honedfrog was on vacation because he ate a mouse the other day Will his ability be demonstrated next time?

Cockroaches Are Indestructible, And the Secret Is in Their Genome

Cockroaches Are Indestructible, And the Secret Is in Their Genome


Once, when I was in college, I saw a cockroach
crawl out of the sink drain in my dorm. Like, out of the depths of the sewer, and
into my dorm room. I have never been the same. Ever. But it turns out, roaches could do some good
in the world because their genetic code, which was recently fully sequenced, provides surprising
insight into their seemingly eternal survival. Now we have a better idea of just why cockroaches
are so freaking hard to kill: THEY’RE EVOLVING. Not only can cockroaches multiply seemingly
infinitely, regenerate from traumatizing wounds, fit into any crevice, survive incredibly forceful
physical extermination, evolve to evade chemical apocalypse…but despite their inherent gross
factor, they may also hold an important key to help us understand how to improve our own
biology. Researchers at the Chinese Academy of Sciences
have sequenced the entire genome of the American cockroach for the first time ever, and their
genome is surprisingly huge. The research team found genes indicating that
when under stress, female cockroaches can lay unfertilized eggs that will still hatch
due to parthenogenesis–which is quite literally virgin birth. (This gives a whole new meaning to, “Jesus,
cockroaches!”) This is observed in other insects too, like
certain kinds of wasps, bees and ants, as well as some reptiles, and only requires one
parent’s genetic code. No sex required. Just crazy science coolness. This reproductive method means that when mom
detects an environment she suspects may not allow her to live much longer, she’ll just
plop down some ready-made eggs to make sure her genes survive. You may think you’ve killed one cockroach,
but unbeknownst to you, there are more spawning elsewhere…. Additionally, the research team uncovered
the genes and genetic regulation pathways responsible for the cockroach’s ability
to regenerate limbs. Offshoots of this research have lead to the
development of a drug in China that’s based on an ethanol found in cockroaches, and is
being touted as potentially useful in human medicine for wound healing and tissue repair. They also identified the genes responsible
for in-body anti-microbial production, which keeps cockroaches safe while they’re rooting
around in the sewage and trash. This could be part of the reason that cockroaches
have a tendency to become resistant to our extermination methods. While the genome that was recently sequenced
is that of the American cockroach, other research has indicated that its cousin the German cockroach
has evolved to dislike the taste of the poison bait we’ve been putting out to kill it–instead
of tasting irresistibly sweet, it now tastes bitter to them, and they avoid it, so we’re
having a hard time finding something that could kill it. Now that we have a better understand the cockroach
genome, we might be able to kill them more effectively which is something we’d like
to do because they’re gross and they spread plague. No seriously, they carry hella disease. But, another point in the cockroach’s favor, they can help us improve our robotics. These tiny bugs can withstand over 900 times
their body weight in crushing force, and are able to squeeze into so many places (LIKE
DORM ROOMS) by compressing themselves to almost a third of their full size. Both of these superpowers are due to their
exoskeleton, which is hard but also “jointed” and flexible. Experts say that if we could make bots with
these features, we could revolutionize fields like search and rescue, with the bots able
to access areas of disaster zones that humans and other traditional search animals could
never penetrate. There’s still a long way to go in this area
of research, but it’s going to be interesting to see what we can learn from animals like
this, and what we can take from their genetic mechanisms to use for our own benefit. For more exciting facts about our arthropod
friends, make sure you subscribe, and check out this video on the bugs that may be in
your food. Turns out, people who seem allergic to chocolate
or coffee may just be reacting to the pieces of cockroach that find their way in there
during the manufacturing process. Yup, I just ruined everything. Thank for watching!

Cockroaches

Cockroaches


This cockroach belongs to the order Orthoptera,
family Blattidae, and genus Periplaneta. This insect is commonly called the American cockroach.
We mostly know cockroaches as pests. Only a small number of all known cockroach species,
however, become pests by invading houses and other buildings. Cockroaches are more common
in warm climates. They live in many different terrestrial habitats, such as among dead and
decaying leaves and wood, under stones or bark of trees, and in tall trees. They are
active and fast-running insects. Cockroaches may have one pair of thick, leathery wings
covering their bodies for protection. It has another pair of membranous flying wings underneath.
Cockroaches are ancient and highly successful insects. They have been on Earth for at least
350 million years! Their closest relatives are believed to be the mantids.
Like all insects, cockroaches have three body parts: a head, a thorax, and an abdomen. Cockroaches
have three pairs of legs. The legs, which are adapted for walking and running, are attached
to the thorax. In the adults, the wings are also attached at the thorax.
The head is covered by a plate-like structure called a pronotum. The antennae are very long
and are used for detecting food, predators, and changes in temperature. Watch the cockroach
cleaning its antennae. Cockroaches are omnivorous which means that
they eat just about anything. A cockroach’s mouth organs include jaws that are used to
chew food pieces. Cockroaches like other arthropods have compound
eyes. Compound eyes have many lenses for each eye and human eyes have a single lens for
each eye. The compound eye is excellent at detecting motion. Therefore, insects respond
better to moving objects than to stationary ones.
Cockroaches are hemimetabolous insects. This means that they undergo incomplete metamorphosis.
Cockroaches have an egg stage, several nymph stages, and an adult stage.
The insect’s hard exoskeleton makes it difficult for the insect to grow. This is because the
exoskeleton can’t get larger. Insects must molt in order to grow. Molting is the process
where an insect sheds it outer skeleton. The insect emerges from the old skin, and a new,
larger exoskeleton develops.

Scientists Explain Why You Can’t Get Rid of Cockroaches


It’s the middle of the night and you find
yourself needing to get up out of bed to go to the bathroom. You’re still half asleep as you do your
business and then finish on the toilet to go wash your hands in the sink. Your view is slightly blurry through your
sleep crusted eyes, but something alerts your attention in the reflection of your mirror. You see what looks like a speck on the wall
behind you. You wipe your eyes to see more clearly, horrified
when you realize that the speck is a cockroach! At once you are startled by the sight of it,
grossed out and disgusted! It is obscene and enough to make your skin
crawl. For most of us, bugs, especially cockroaches,
are just plain nasty to have around the house. If you live with cockroaches, you may feel
the immediate need to use insecticide to poison them. Scientists have recently reported, however,
that this approach will not work because, like it or not, roaches are highly adept at
survival. How are they able to survive so well? And is there any effective way to get rid
of them? In any given population of roaches, there
may be one, two or more that possess an immunity to an insecticide. So, let’s say you spray a group of them
with toxins and all but a few of them drop dead. The ones that died were susceptible to the
chemicals and did not live to pass on their genes. The survivors, however, are free to continue
living and they pass on their insecticide-resistant genes to their offspring. So, then the next time you use insecticide
on them, only a few unlucky, susceptible roaches actually die from it. This is because the population has become
impervious, thanks to those hardy survivors from the initial treatment who went on to
create more immune roaches. Before you know it, you have an epidemic on
your hands that insecticide won’t help you with. Cockroaches, as a species, are 300 million-year-old
insects. They’ve been around for a very, very long
time and are not likely to disappear anytime soon. They may even inherit the Earth following
a nuclear disaster. After the United States dropped atomic bombs
on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, it was mentioned that cockroaches were among the
Japanese cities’ only survivors. These incredibly tough, little creatures simply
refuse to go down without a fight. So, perhaps you’re thinking now that you
may as well give up on trying to get rid of them. Maybe instead of fighting that next roach
by spraying poison on it, you should give it a name and buy it a diamond-studded collar
with a leash to take it out on walks. After all, if you can’t get rid of them,
you may as well derive some sort of companionship out of the situation, right? Walking your pet roach would be an interesting
conversation starter with anyone that you pass along the street. Perhaps you could even use it as an icebreaker
to help you speak with your crush. But be warned that, in all likelihood, she
might be more creeped out than impressed by your little friend. Before you decide you need to go home to feed
your new pet cockroach, you may want to consider that, not only are they gross to look at,
but they are also bad for your health. As disgusting as it sounds, roaches shed tiny
bits of dust from their bodies and this dust is an allergen that can provoke or worsen
symptoms of asthma. They also carry pathogens like salmonella
and E. coli. So, unlike with a dog or a cat, when your
pet cockroach sheds, it has the added risk of making you sick. With this in mind, it can be stated with a
certain degree of confidence that these creepy crawlers are not good to have around. So, then how do you get rid of them? Is the situation as hopeless as it may seem? Maybe not. Rather than using poison as your method of
choice for eliminating these pests, physically removing them may provide you with a better,
long-term solution. This includes using special vacuums to suck
up the little monsters. You can also lay down sticky traps to capture
them. To further combat against having roaches in
your home, you should also make sure that you don’t leave anything out that may be
tempting them to stick around. For instance, make sure you take out your
trash once a day. Leaving out your leftover pizza delivery boxes
from last night or two nights ago might create a Disney World for the roaches, enticing them
to view your house as their own personal paradise. So, make sure to be clean and tidy so as not
to make it easier for them. Also, it is advisable not to leave out any
pet food for too long – we mean regular pet food like for your dog or your cat, not
for your pet roach – though we’d assume with a certain level of common sense that
roach food, whatever that might look like, would also prompt them to stay. So, for the sake of keeping the little creatures
away, don’t leave anything eatable lying around the house for too long. If you do all of these things and you still
can’t seem to get rid of them, the situation may not be as completely hopeless as it seems. Though they are quick at developing resistance
to insecticides, they may also be quick to develop susceptibility to them. Since roaches only live for about 100 days
and have many offspring, it may only take a few generations for them to re-evolve susceptibility
to insecticide. This means that if you take a break from using
it for a while, the chemicals may become effective at killing them once again. So, you may not necessarily have to give up
the use of insecticides entirely. Just do your homework and be mindful about
when and how often you use it. In order to test the true levels of their
resiliency, a study was conducted on German cockroaches, whereby they were subjected to
different levels of radioactive metal cobalt 60. This experiment was meant to test these insects’
limits as applied to any potential future nuclear war. The results confirmed that these critters
can indeed survive a nuclear explosion but that they are not as impervious as we might’ve
previously imagined. Yes, they can survive a nuclear explosion
but only to a certain extent. Though a whopping 10 percent of cockroaches
were able to survive exposure to 370,000 becquerels per m^3 of cobalt 60, none survived exposure
to 3,700,000 Becquerels per m^3. To put this into better perspective, 3,700
Bq per m^3 of cobalt 60 is enough to kill a person in 10 minutes. So how do these tiny bugs manage to outlive
us in such conditions? Scientists attribute the cockroaches’ survivability
to their simple bodies. Their cell cycles are also slower than a human’s,
making them less sensitive to radiation. So, although it is possible that cockroaches
would take over the planet upon nuclear devastation, even these ancient insects are not entirely
invincible. If an explosion were to be powerful enough,
they wouldn’t be able to continue on. So, what do you think of this? Do you feel better or worse about your situation
with cockroaches? Let us know in the comments! Also, be sure to check out our other video
The Only Man To Survive TWO Nuclear Bombs! Thanks for watching and, as always, don’t
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