Vaginal Yeast Infection | How to Cure Yeast Infection

Vaginal Yeast Infection | How to Cure Yeast Infection


There is a relatively effective though one-dimensional
treatment for candida yeast infection called immunotherapy. In this treatment yeast infection
patients are ordered to avoid the consumption of basically all yeasty foods and sugary foods
and are given allergenic substance in dilute doses normally in the form of oral drops or
injection to enhance the immune abilities of the body and reduce the allergic response. The method also called Enzyme Potentiated
Desensitization (EPD) was developed by Len McEwen, M.D. (London) in the mid-60’s. The
newest form of this treatment is called Low Dose Allergens or LDA. In this treatment the patients receive up
to three injections every two months and for a maximum period of two years, depending on
the patients response to the therapy. The enzymes are suppose to enhance the candida
infection strength and may treat several other groups of allergens along the way. The EPD treatment for candida yeast infection
goes like this: For a period of ten days before the first
injection, the patients are given Sporanox, which is an anti fungal for systematic candida,
and De-Nol an anti- gastric ulcer agent that reduces the ability of candida to plant its
roots in the mucus linings of the intestinal tract. For approximately 3 days before the injection,
patients undergo a semi-fast in which they need to avoid the consumption of all food
allergens combined with the intake of the following supplements that improve the effectiveness
of the EPD treatment: Zinc, Folic acid and Vitamin D3. The response of the EPD treatment for candida
yeast infection varies among patients. Some patients may experience sudden and dramatic
improvement that wears off in time while some need increased doses through longer intervals
until improvement is maintained.

I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘ban live insects from bushtucker trials’ after animal rights backlash  – Lat

I’m A Celebrity bosses ‘ban live insects from bushtucker trials’ after animal rights backlash – Lat


 I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! bosses ‘banned the use of live insects for bushtucker trials’ after facing backlash from animal rights activists  According to reports, the apparent change to the format of the show will remain a permanent fixture  This comes just days after animal rights activist Tayana Simons wrote a piece for Metro co.uk calling for the use of all live animals in the programme’s trials to be banned  In the column, Tayana writes: ‘Not only does this harm the animals involved, but it also normalises animal cruelty to audiences of millions, including young children  ‘This isn’t just a view shared by animal rights organisations such as Viva!, which has campaigned against the show since it began, celebrities such as Chris Packham and Lucy Watson have also voiced their opposition to the use of animals in the trials  ‘The horrific scene of celebrity Ferne McCann eating a live spider received a massive 1,500 viewer complaints, while in 2010 the show was fined by the RSPCA in Australia for killing and cooking a rat purely for entertainment  ‘The Bushtucker Trials epitomise a flippant disregard for non-human animal life which does not belong in this century They need to end.  ‘If the animals used in the show were socially valued animals such as cats or dogs, there would be an uproar at scenes of them being grabbed and flung by the neck, tossed around in overcrowded caves or having their body parts eaten on live ’  We have a whole host of celebs taking part in this years version of the show – from reality legend Caitlyn Jenner, Girls Aloud pop icon Nadine Coyle and former footballer Ian Wright  Wright has also made headlines recently when his own mother warned that the trials could trigger a deadly asthma attack for her son  The Arsenal legend has also admitted that he has a very bad sleeping habit which could keep his fellow campers up at night  Good luck, guys!  Metro.co.uk has reached out to I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! reps for comment  I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! returns on 17 November, at 9pm, on I.

Project Nucleus: How I Create Mini Planets Within Glass

Project Nucleus: How I Create Mini Planets Within Glass


Before we begin today’s episode, I wanted
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AC ant farm today! And now enjoy today’s ant episode! After a long and successful day, I looked
down at the clippings and dead tree I had collected from our projects. Ordinarily, I would throw these away, but
suddenly an awesome idea came to me, an idea that I felt could completely change and affect
the lives of every creature and terrarium in the entire AC Antiverse! AC Family, it was time to embark on a new
and exciting biological engineering project! Last week, we had two major maintenance operations
for two of our beloved kingdoms in the AC Antiverse. First, the mystical double floating island
of Avista, home to the Big-Headed ants, you named the Bobbleheads, underwent a serious
makeover, receiving a new island to their open-air ant archipelago. The Red Banyon tree, the Great Tree of Wisdom,
also needed trimming, so I snipped around their sacred tree, which resulted in this
gorgeous well-manicured main island. We replaced a dead tree with a new one, and
gave them a superworm as house warming gift. East of Avista, stands the Canopy of Vortexia. Our tree-top forest home to our aggressive
Weaver Ant Colony, The Emerald Empire. The territories also needed maintenance as
one of the trees had seriously overgrown. It was a scary operation to snip away at the
overgrown leaves and perform general maintenance with weaver ants wanting to attack me the
whole time, but the biggest thing that came out of this was that I also took the opportunity,
to improve the biological profile of Vortexia’s soil life, through the addition of roaches,
superworms and other creatures, and then sealing the entire thing up! It resulted in a clean, healthy, and bioactive
environment, where creatures could eat decaying materials, reproduce on their own, and be
hunted, all inside the Canopy of Vortexia. It was the epic creation of an entire, contained
ecosystem, and the way I saw it, like the creation of a mini-planet within glass. And this gave me an idea. This week, our journey towards creating the
ultimate homes for our ants and other creatures continues, as we launch a super cool, biological
engineering project, I call Project Nucleus, and AC Family, I think you guys will totally
dig it, no pun intended! So sit back, relax and enjoy this week’s
info-packed episode, as I show you how life of a successful vivarium begins, and how I
plan to create mini-planets within glass. In the past few weeks, my recent projects
of making more bioactive terrariums have been undeniably successful, bioactive, basically
meaning throwing in a bunch of different organisms with different purposes into a single enclosed
environment, resulting in a healthier and more dynamic life for our ant colonies, as
well as the fellow tenants living with them. In the case of the Dark Knights a few weeks
back, for instance, a new life with bagworms, millipedes, jumping spider, springtails, isopods,
worms, and who knows what else came with the layer of leaf litter and plants I threw into
their new home, which by the way needs a new name so VOTE here, AC Council, meant that
the ants could truly live like they did in the wild, defending their territory, with prey at their disposal, and home bioactively cleaned by creatures
that would eat their poop and garbage, converting it to fertilizer for the plants
which would go on to produce oxygen for the system, and so on. The partnerships of these various creatures
made for a very self-sustaining, biodynamic world! I thoroughly loved this streak of successfully
creating these super-bioactive terrariums on steroids, which ultimately gave me the
idea to start Project Nucleus. So, what is Project Nucleus, you ask. Well, it goes like this. So you may or may not know, every time I start
building a new terrarium, I either recycle aged terrarium soil or collect leaf litter
from my neighborhood and add it to the soil. I do this because soil creatures, like springtails,
mites, worms, millipedes, and isopods are needed to help breakdown organic waste in
the terrarium. Wilted leaves from plants, exoskeletons and
other wastes from the prey, as well as ant excrement are all broken down by these soil-residing
organisms. Without them, the entire terrarium may rot,
fungus take over, and just lead to a gross terrarium mess. Plus these soil creatures are the missing
link between organic waste and plant life, because soil creature poop from organic waste
contains a tonne of amazing nutrients for plants. The problem with using new soil to create
new terrariums is that they contain only a few of these creatures. It would take some time for a new terrarium
to develop the populations of soil biota, so as a general rule, the older the soil,
the more lush and abundant the soil life is. Now to better understand what I’m talking
about, and appreciate how cool of an undertaking Project Nucleus is, let’s take a look at one
of the amazing ant kingdoms in the AC Antiverse, on which a lot of you have been patiently
waiting for an update. Welcome everyone to the home of the Golden
Empire. This colony of Yellow Crazy Ants, scientifically
known as Anoplolepis gracillipes is one of the OG ant colonies of this channel. They were once a massive glorious colony of
millions but were unexpectedly hit by a lethal plague of blood-sucking mites earlier this
year, which reduced them to several hundreds. I rescued a small population and put them
into quarantine where I treated their vampiric body mites with predatory Hypoapsis mites
harvested from rhino beetles, of all places. And lucky for me, I was able to recover at
least 5 of the 7 queens and rid the colony of the vampiric mites. To rehabilitate them, I transferred them,
into this Hybrid Nest + Ant Tower setup. We even documented the cured Golden Empire
workers, transferring their brood into their new home. What a trip and triumphant day that was! During the mass emmigration, we also noticed
that the Hypoaspis mites were still living with the Golden Empire, assumingly protecting
the colony from future bad mite attacks. You can watch all of this here, by the way. So it was clear that these relationships with
smaller organisms like the Hypoaspis mites were extremely important for the ants’ well-being. And AC Family, you’re about to see how much
these relationships have evolved since they moved in a few months ago, and how it has
helped the Golden Empire flourish! Look! I’m happy to announce that the Golden Empire
is doing great. Here are the queens, who prefer to hang out
in their Hybrid Nest, which has become the main mothernest of the colony. They’ve been laying lots of eggs. Look at those egg batches being carried around
by caring workers. I estimate the colony is well over a thousand
workers now and is about to get even bigger. But what’s more amazing is this, guys! Other creatures are also living in the Hybrid
Nest, in cooperation with the colony. Here are springtails, known in the Antiverse
as the Springcleaners, which help eat decaying material, ant poop, and mold. We also have beneficial mites eating up the
same stuff. But check this out! For the first time on the channel, we get
a glimpse at a species of symbiotic isopods that live with the ants! Isn’t that amazing? The ants don’t attack these isopods, which
are actually crustaceans, who thrive off the garbage left behind by the ants, mold that
might be growing around the premises, and possibly their poop. It’s possible these isopods were living with
the Golden Empire the whole time since the beginning, back when they were still residing
in the Hacienda Del Dorado, but we’ve only been able to see them now due to visual access
of the Hybrid Nest. And that’s not all, guys. I even discovered there are silverfish-type
insects, living with the ants! I don’t know what species these little turbo
guys are, but I am pretty sure, they also have a key role at eating up dead insects
leftovers, ant poop, and fungi. So, guys check out the beauty of how this
all works. The Golden Empire has a system. So like humans, the colony produces garbage,
and like humans, the ants keep the garbage in piles and bury it. They’ve chosen designated areas of the Hybrid
Nest as garbage rooms. They also delegate certain areas for bathrooms. It’s essential especially in an underground,
moist environment for the colony to be as clean and systematic with their waste management
as possible so all hell doesn’t break loose and the colony dies from unsanitation. So once these garbage and bathroom spots get
too soiled and littered, the colony then buries these areas up, and that’s when the clean-up
team of soil creatures take over and work their magic. They’re small enough to fit into the tight
spaces of the buried chambers where they proceed to eat up the garbage and ant poop, and keeping
dangerous fungus that grows on the garbage and poop under control. A lot of you ask how I clean my ant farms,
and well, now you know. I kinda don’t need to, because the ant farms
bioactively clean themselves. The lifeforms take care of the maintenance
like they would in the wild. I just add water and watch it all happen! There’s even a whole other decomposition process
happening at the microbial level. If we were to take a look at a sample of this
ant nest material under a microscope, we’d find a whole other world of bacteria and colonies
of unicellular organisms also busy eating and decomposing organic matter. So as you can see, there’s quite the system
happening here. It’s mutualistic symbiosis at its finest,
which basically means there’s a cooperation between all parties for the benefit of all. It’s amazing to be able to see all of this
in the Hybrid Nest, because you can’t really see it happening in a terrarium, but I assure
you, this is what’s going on underground in all our terrariums, perhaps with different
sets of soil creatures unique to each terrarium. And look, the creatures even migrate and travel
through the tubes to and from the colony’s neighbouring satellite nests. Speaking of which, let’s cover up their Hybrid
Nest and briefly take a look at the Golden Empire’s satellite nest in the large Ant Tower
shall we? As you can see, this is the popular hangout
for the Springcleaners! A tonne of Springtails for some reason love
this place, and seem to be quite busy at the moment working on a leftover superworm. Now wanna see something cool: see this little
contraption with a switch? I turn it on and a light beneath the Ant Tower
illuminates from inside. For those of you who are new to ants, ants
are naturally photophobic which means they don’t like light in their nests, but it is
said that ants cannot see red light, so keeping the ants under red film and lighting them
up with red light, causes the ants to feel like they are shrouded in darkness. And peeling off this red film reveals ants
congregating in one of their chambers. Check out all the tunnels they’ve created
down to the bottom of the Ant Tower! Springtails can be seen frequenting all areas. Now, AC Family, after seeing all of this,
it’s now time to talk about my idea, Project Nucleus! Rich bioactive ant homes like the Golden Empire’s
here don’t happen overnight. The creatures are few at first, usually coming
in with plants, rocks, and soil that you first place into the terrariums and it takes months
to create populations as rich as the one we see here in the Golden Empire, and a good
year for it to really be established. And as you know AC Family, we are always creating
new worlds and vivariums on this channel, and it would be very beneficial to have a
constant supply of soil creatures, to help speed up the bioactivation process in newly
created terrariums. And so, my idea. AC Family, I present to you Project Nucleus. In this glass enclosure, I plan on creating
what shall become the Nucleus of the AC Antiverse, the creational furnace from which shall be
born epic populations of soil biota for future terrariums we make from here on in. If we could create a place where we could
culture soil creatures, a place with aged soil and an established soil ecosystem, then
when creating a new terrarium or ant home, we could simply scoop up a bit of the medium
from the Nucleus, to place into our new terrarium, and thereby help populate the new terrarium’s
soil with its team of soil creatures. One scoop of medium from the Nucleus, would
be enough to bioactivate any terrarium much more quickly than if it were just created
from scratch. Plus the medium produced by the AC Nucleus
would be super rich in nutrients for plants. My plan was for the Nucleus to be a place
where I could take leaf clippings, decaying material or waste, or even dead creatures
from other kingdoms of our Antiverse, and have them feed our Nuclear soil creatures
to be processed back into the soil. Essentially, we’d be creating a composter,
just amped up with a tonne of soil creatures. And so to build this AC Nucleus, we will be
needing various materials. So here we go. First, we need this glass tank, our Nuclear
furnace of soil life culture. Through the glass we’ll be able to see the
activities as well as the progress of the Nuclear inhabitants in real-time. Next, I’ll be adding activated carbon, to
keep the growing medium purified from harmful metals and chemicals which could poison the
populations of creatures living in here. Now, let’s move on to my worst fear in life,
ahem… Worms! I had to face these vile-looking creatures
once more. I began to use my trowel to scoop up earth
from the bag and I was immediately repulsed by these squirming African Nightcrawlers seething
from within the soils. As a scoleciphobe, it was disgusting to see
the worms squirming, but I knew I had to do this because earthworms are good for composting. They breakdown organic wastes and turn them
into valuable compost or black soil, which are great for plants! Plus, populating a new terrarium with its
starting team of earthworms is always a good thing. I placed the soil into the glass enclosure. As time passed, I forced myself to really
look at the worms. Some worms fell and I had to pick them up. Ugh! I had to coach my mind that the worms were
friends and harmless. Mind over matter. Mind over matter. I filled up the tank and pressed the medium
down a bit as I went along. When I had filled it to as much as I could,
I decided to actually pick the worms up and hold them in my hand. Not so bad, huh? Next, I added leaf litter collected from outside. I knew it contained lots of different soil
creatures that would be the forefathers, foremothers, and forehamaphrodites to bring our AC Nucleus
to life. I immediately saw that I’d scooped up lots
of millipedes. I couldn’t touch them, as this species produces
cyanide, so bad for the eyes and enough to make a human sick, but they would be great
at eating up decaying material. And Oh! Look! These millipedes immediately began mating. Wasting no time, I see. Also, I had a handful of leaf clippings from
Selva de Fuego maintenance. I cut these up so they could break down much
more quickly and placed them into the Nucleus, as well. Then I placed filter foam to cover everything
up, to ensure no mischievous fly could enter and lay their eggs inside the tank. We wouldn’t want to repeat the maggot episode
hehe… right? The filter foam also helps keep all Nuclear
inhabitants inside, while allowing the entire system to breathe. After adding all of the components, our AC
Nucleus was complete. Two days later, the Nucleus was already a
happening place. Millipedes were still mating, and I suspect
we’re about to get a booming population of them soon. I was surprised to see another species of
millipede had dug a burrow into the soils. Also, earthworms were seen everywhere! They created a network of burrows. And Oh! I could see worm casts. I also saw that they had dragged pieces of
the leaves into the soils for further feeding. Good job, earthworms! Such hard-working creatures. Not scary or disgusting at all… Sorta. I could also see several awesome mites already
starting to populate the soils. Springtails frolicked their new territories,
as well. And look! A bagworm was crawling along the top with
its constructed home made of debris. I didn’t even know we put a bagworm in there! I’m not sure what else we’ll be finding in
this increasingly bioactive chamber we call the AC Nucleus, but I can’t wait to see how
this soil ecosystem evolves over time, and eventually use it to help speed up the bioactivation
process of the terrariums we make in the future. In fact, I’ve been thinking a lot about all
this focus lately on bioactive setups for the ants and other creatures of the Ant Room,
and I feel AC Family that the AC Antiverse is approaching a new age, where more focus
is placed on creating more hollistic setups for the lifeforms we care for. Before, I used to create homes that would
usually focus most on one creature, one star on a stage, whether it be an ant colony in
an ant farm, or a tarantula in an enclosure. But I’m realizing more and more, after all
these years of keeping ants, that this isn’t the best way to house these creatures nor
appreciate them to the fullest. In order to properly and naturalistically
house them and watch them at their fullest potential, you need to do more than just decorate
their home in a naturalistic way. The key here is remembering the context, in
which the creatures live in nature. The ant colonies we care for and love, are
actually part of an interconnected food web, a piece in a puzzle and to properly house
them and witness them in their truest and greatest form, you need to include all pieces
of the puzzle. This to me means then that there should be
a focus on developing the necessary associated animals like soil creatures in their soils,
as we saw with the Golden Empire, prey creatures living in the territories as we’ve established
with Vortexia, and allow the system to develop a collective biological profile of its own
in an enclosed space, like we did with the Dark Knight’s new vivarium. I caught some surviving darkling beetles,
superworm survivors, mating within Olympus this week. Usually, I’d fish these out and place them
in my superworm bin, but this time, I decided I’d keep them in there. Also, as you can probably imagine, I’m running
out of room in the AC Antiverse, and while our future giant two-story ant room in my
new house is currently being built, I feel this merging of creatures to share a space,
may be a great solution to my now overcrowded ant room. A few months ago, I tried placing one of our
vampire crabs into the Selva de Fuego. Now hold on, before you freak out, normally
I’d never consider this because, in my mind, the Fire Ants as we know are savages, but
I also knew the crab occupies an entirely different niche, and can get away by retreating
underwater, and turns out AC Family, after 8 weeks, the crab is still alive and happy
in the Selva de Fuego. The Fire ants surprisingly don’t bother it,
and the crab goes about its daily activities picking up garbage and dead ants the fire
ants dump into the river, sleeping within the shadowy wet caves behind
the falls, and picking off organic waste and algae off
the rocks. Pretty awesome right? I’ve gone ahead and placed a few crabs into
the Hacienda Del Dorado, as well, where it now resides with a few microfrogs, shrimp,
rasbora fish, and trap-jaw ants. So as you can see, this new era for our Antiverse
and philosophy are both exciting and much more beneficial to the creatures we care for. It means a more deliberate structuring of
their worlds, so that the worlds can feed and sustain themselves, thereby minimizing
my interaction with them for the most part anyway. I realized recently, that as an ant keeper,
caregiver of life forms, and your Creator of Worlds, I’m not keeping individual creatures
in inanimate setups, but rather I’m keeping biodynamic superorganisms. The Selva de Fuego, the Hacienda Del Dorado,
Vortexia, Avista, Olympus… These are all superorganisms, composed of
a multitude of living components that all depend on each other for survival… Little dynamic planets of life in our ever-expanding
AC Antiverse. AC Family, I’ve learned it’s the difference
between just keeping pets and creating planets within glass. Speaking of making new terrariums, it just
so happens, another beast has been waiting in the shadows for you all to meet her. Yes, we have a new addition to our ever growing
AC Antiverse, and she’s one of the most dangerous animals to ever reside in the Ant Room. AC Family, I can’t wait to show her to you. AC Family, did you enjoy today’s episode? What do you think of Project Nucleus? Let me know in the comments. Next week, we meet our newest addition to
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is, and don’t forget to hit the LIKE button every single time, including now! It would really help a lot! If you’re new to the channel, and want to
catch up on all your AntsCanada Lore, feel free to binge watch this complete story line
playlist here, which traces the origins of all the ant colonies of the ant room, so you
can follow their stories and better appreciate how these ant kingdoms came to be, and why
we love them so much! AC Inner Colony, I have left a hidden cookie
for you here, if you’d like a clue as to who our newest beast is. Maybe you might be able to figure it out,
so go check it out! And now it’s time for the AC Question of the
Week! Last week we asked: Name one of the bioactive creatures found
in Vortexia. Congratulations to Tan Grace Lin who correctly
answered: Millipedes Congratulations, Tan Grace Lin, you just won
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Project: Jingle Bugs 🌲 (Chapter 2) 🌲

Project: Jingle Bugs 🌲 (Chapter 2) 🌲


Welcome, welcome! Come on in! Help yourselves to as many cookies as you’d like while we get the hot chocolate ready. Awesome!
Alright! Sweet! Ugh, why’d we have to come here? But I think it’s nice here. Poor Adrien. Maybe there’s something I can
do to cheer him up. But I’ll need some help. What? So, are any of you guys going to some Christmas parties
once break starts? No, but I’ll be going to my family’s Hanukkah party. Yea dudes, I’ll probably go to couple with my folks! It’s gonna be rad. Um… Why would you want to go to a party like that? They’re so formal! Bro, what kind of parties have you been going to? Wait, so… you don’t pass around business cards? Nooo??? A party? That sounds cool. We’ll do whatever you can
to help you out, Marinette. A party for Adrien? You know I’m in. He’s gonna love you for this. Here you go my boy! …and I’ll contact you with the details later. Alright, sounds good. Sure thing. Make sure you text me. Girl, you don’t even have to ask. You know I’m in. I’ll do what I can. This is really nice of you to do for him. I’ll do what I can. Ivan will, too, I know it. Hey… Nino? I need a really quick favor. Sup? I have…. one more person to talk to. Do you think you can keep Adrien distracted? I’m on it. I’ve got a good cat pun that will ’cat’ch his attention! Chloe? Can I… talk to you in private? It’s about Adrien. I guess? Soooo… Well? Spit it out! I want to throw a Christmas party for Adrien. Everyone else is on board so… And what? You want us to work together? Yeah, actually. I really need your help on this one Chloe. Fine. I guess I’ll help. But only for Adrien. What’s in it for you? Nothing. I just want him to have a good holiday. Fine. As long as it’s only for Adrien. Oh, there you are, Marinette. You were looking for me? Yeah, I wanted to say thank you before I left. I got a call and my driver’s waiting outside. Guhd- uh- bye Adrien! Goodbye! And Merry Christmas, Marinette! Sorry to keep you waiting.

How To Make A Yeast CO2 Trap To Kill Bed Bugs

How To Make A Yeast CO2 Trap To Kill Bed Bugs


Warming the water for the traps Aprox 2 oz of warm water Add one packet of yeast In warm kitchen Add 2 scoops of sugar Or 3 scoops of sugar Mix with finger or wooden spoon Place near heat Look for bubbles in about 5 min. Any kind of yeast will do While waiting for mixture to bubble begin preparing traps Using a clean plastic wide container and paper towels Use scotch tape to secure paper towel. The idea is to create a stair case for the bugs to crawl up By adding flares to trap it makes it easier for the bugs to crawl up Note the length of the paper towels as well. The warm water yeast and sugar mix is expanding, means the yeast is good, the water was not too hot nor too cold. Where the paper towel meets the top edge should be smooth so bugs can crawl across. Make holes in lid to water bottle, a nail and hammer would work too. I used scissors, but is dangerous for the inexperienced. Yeast mixture now has lots of foam. I use used cooking oil, but new oil will work fine. Use about 3 Tablespoons per trap. cover all inner sides of container with oil, including base of bottle The yeast gases will often create small fragment of mixture at base of inside of trap. Use funnel to add Yeast mixture Add more warm water Make sure that it’s not too hot nor too cold. Fill warm water a few inches from top of bottle. Shake mixture Goal is for gases to escape through the top of bottle and settle inside of container that has the cooking oil. Center bottle Using aluminum foil wrap bottle leaving space for gases to go down bottle. Aluminum foil must not touch edge of trap, because then bugs would climb up it, instead of falling in trap. These traps will often catch many different types of bugs including spiders. Traps work best if human victims are shielded by plastic, with clean linen, and mattresses lined in plastic secured with duck tape.

How Much Food Is There On Earth?

How Much Food Is There On Earth?


Hi, this is Emily from MinuteEarth. Canada’s Quebec province produces almost
three quarters of the world’s maple syrup, and hoards 50,000 barrels of it in the globe’s
only strategic maple syrup reserve. This reserve exists not in case of an apocalypse
situation where Canadians have to get by on maple syrup alone, but because, if one year’s
harvest is low, rather than having the supply drop, and prices shoot up, and demand go down,
Canada can use the reserves to supplement the syrup supply and keep prices and demand
stable. Other countries have food reserves too – both
for economic and emergency reasons. But if something crazy were to happen, how
long could humanity get by on the food we have in the planet’s cupboards, supermarkets,
warehouses, and silos today? The short answer is, not very long. Grains like corn, rice and wheat, and tubers
like potatoes and cassava make up the lion’s share of our food stores: on their own, they
could feed humanity for about 3 months. Add in everything else – the stored fruits
and vegetables, the meat, the milk, the eggs, the oil, and the sugar, and they’d extend
our rations by another four weeks. And that would be it. However, there is a lot of potential food
out there. If we picked all the berries and mushrooms
in the world, they’d feed humanity for only another hour or two. If we hunted all of the world’s wild mammals
and birds they’d get us by for a few days. Slaughtering every domestic chicken, sheep,
goat and pig on the planet would give us another month, and butchering every cow would buy
us another 2 months. If we caught all the fish, shrimp, crab and
krill in the ocean, they would sustain us for about 6 months. And if we could vacuum up all the termites,
ants and earthworms in the entire world, they’d feed us for perhaps another 6 months. That said, eating all of Earth’s animals,
plus all of our stored food, probably shouldn’t be plan A. But hypothetically, they could
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101 Dalmatians The Series Lord of the Termites  Episode 39 – Pink Fish

101 Dalmatians The Series Lord of the Termites Episode 39 – Pink Fish


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