Foundationless Frames – Bee Vlog #163 – Feb 28, 2015

Foundationless Frames – Bee Vlog #163 – Feb 28, 2015


Hello and welcome back to The Bee Vlog Yes I’m back out in my messy garage I should probably do something about it and clean it up But who has time for that? Anyway, today I’m going to be talking about foundationless frames I got a couple questions on Facebook from Steve and Cardwell about how to get started with foundationless And how to keep the comb straight I want to first talk about what foundation is This is what a lot of beekeepers in my area use, it’s just a plastic foundation And that is a thin sheet of plastic that has the honey comb pattern – the hex pattern – embossed on it Then it’s got a thin coating of wax over it so that the bees are attracted to it I don’t like using it for several reasons First of all, one of the modes of communication for bees is vibration and the foundation actually inhibits that and they can tune a foundationless comb to be able to propagate those vibrations So all the bees in the hive can basically hear what’s happening Second, the wax that’s used in foundation comes from other beekeepers and, sorry guys, but I don’t trust your wax The wax that comes from all over the country can have chemicals in it that are either applied by the beekeeper or from the flowers that are being visited by the bees and the pesticides that are on those flowers Because a lot of these chemicals can be absorbed into the wax and just show up in your hive Third, I like to allow the bees to draw out whatever size cell they want And I’m not talking just about small cell I’m talking about any size Bees use a variety of sizes of cells in the hive They can vary not just for the size of the brood and the size of the drone, but also for the honey itself They’ll draw it out actually a little bit bigger so that there’s a more efficient use of wax when they’re creating the honey comb There’s another type of foundation and that’s just pure wax You don’t have to get the plastic kind You can get the wax kind This doesn’t have wires in it, but you can get it where it has wires that are going vertically in it If you use the wax foundation it’s a good idea to secure it with wires and it helps to stiffen it and give it more rigidity so that when you put it through a spinning extractor to extract the honey it doesn’t blow out the comb But even foundationless beekeepers can use this and I’ll show you how today There are a couple ways to make your frames so that they’re foundationless One is to use a wooden comb guide like I’ve got here And I’ll show you how I make that But it’s just a piece of wood that acts as a ridge that the bees hang off of and it helps to keep them going straight It doesn’t work 100% of the time Sometimes towards the end they’ll go a little off track and get a little crooked But that can be fixed, it’s pretty easy to do Some people will apply wax to this comb guide I don’t bother doing that because it’s messy and there’s a lot of work and I don’t think it really matters Another option, and this is where the wax foundation comes in Is to just cut a strip of that wax and put it up along the top here The first method I’ll show you is just the wooden comb guide, this is my preferred method because it’s fast and it’s cheap, you don’t have to buy any extra parts Most frames come with a little breakout wedge on the bottom side of the top bar You just break that off and then I do a little clean up on it with a chissel Sometimes there’s a little burr along here Just clean that off You can use a sharp blade too, but this is really the easiest and fastest way to do it When the wedge was in there it was lying flat Now we’re going to turn it up on its side at a 90 degree angle And you can use glue if want to, you don’t have to I use a little bit of glue just to make sure it doesn’t fall out Not much Put the strip in Then I’m using a brad nailer with 5/8″ brads And because 5/8″ is actually a little bit longer if not exactly the distance here I’m going to put them in at a slight angle so that they don’t poke out the other side Only need a few Watch your fingers And it’s done That frame is ready to use The 2nd method is to take that sheet of wax foundation and cut little strips out of it like this Now if it’s cold outside while you’re doing this be careful that the foundation doesn’t crack or break It can get kind of brittle in cold temperatures This is a medium size foundation, it measures 5-1/2″ I can get 7-8 strips out of this You don’t have to be perfect with it I just don’t want to have any waste or cut-off that’s too small to use So, if I use… If I want 8 strips and I cut them at about 5/8″ then I can get them all in there Once you’ve got all your strips cut out it’s ready to assemble Just like before, we’re going to break that wedge off the top Do a little clean up with a chisel This time when we assemble it I’m not going to turn the wedge 90 degrees, I’m going to put it back in flat again And it’s going to be used to clamp this strip of foundation in place Put it in there nice and tight Again with the 5/8″ brad nails Give it a good clamp to hold that foundation in These can go in straight Only need a few nails in place I don’t recommend staples because if you need to pop this wedge back out again it’s going to be a harder time getting staples out And there we go That’s ready to use too And now the big question is, how do you get them to draw straight comb Well, first that comb guide is important That’s the first step, if you have a good comb guide you’re 90% there The rest of it is just keeping an eye on what they’re doing At least once a week you’ll want to look in you don’t have to pull any frames out Just look through the top, down between the bars and see if the comb is still going straight If you’re starting to see a little bit of it go off track, you just take that piece out And if this were crooked I would cut it free from the top bar and just push it back into place The comb, when the bees are using it, is really warm and soft and pliable So it’s really easy to just come in with a sharp knife or even your hive tool separate the crooked part from the top bar and push it in nice and straight You might do a little bit of damage to any brood that’s up at the top or make a mess of some honey, but that’s okay It’s actually better in the long run to get it taken care of early instead of making a big mess of it And believe me, I’ve had my cases of big messes and a little bit of maintenance is better than having to deal with the big messes Another key is “straight comb begets straight comb” meaning, when you have already drawn out comb in the box they tend to keep going in that same orientation and keep the same pattern If your comb is getting a little crooked and you think maybe they’ll fix it on their own, they don’t, they actually make it worse The next comb will follow the same pattern and sometimes start to magnify that turn and so on all the way down the box, it just makes a mess of things Let’s have a little lesson on bee space Bee space is 3/8 of an inch And all of the boxes and frames in a Langstroth hive are built around this concept of bee space 3/8 of an inch is the ideal gap where bees won’t fill it with comb and they won’t close it off with propolis When bees build comb the thickness of the comb is about an inch or 7/8 of an inch for brood comb And the distance between the combs is about 1-3/8″ So on these frames these end bars actually measure 1-3/8″ so the center-to-center distance between the combs is always 1-3/8″ So Steve asked me, one idea about getting straight comb, what about if you put an empty frame between 2 frames of foundation and create kind of a barrier and a pattern for them to follow When you create an arrangement in the hive of an empty frame sandwiched on either side by foundation that doesn’t have any drawn comb on it you’ve created a gap that is 2-3/4″ The bees will see this as an opportunity to draw out 2 foundationless combs in-between the frames In-between the top bars They’ll see the foundation as walls of a cavity and they’ll want to maximize the space for drawing out comb If you have available to you some drawn comb it’s better to sandwich your empty frame between 2 frames of drawn comb instead of 2 pieces of foundation That way they don’t have that 2-3/4″ gap that they’ll want to fill They’ll have just enough space to draw out 1 perfectly straight piece of comb This concept of bee space is also important when working in the hive Because when you’re putting back your frames or when you’re putting the boxes back together If you have any gaps in between the frames you’ll want to make sure that you close those up Get all the frames pushed together tightly So that there’s shoulder-to-shoulder contact between the frames And I like to center them in the box so that the distance and the gaps between the outer walls is about equivelant This is to prevent any kind of excessive burr comb that they can build up in that gap So that’s how I work with foundationless frames If you’re enjoying these videos please share them with a friend Thanks for watching

DEEP CLEANING The Nastiest Car Ever! Complete Disaster Full Interior Car Detailing Transformation!

DEEP CLEANING The Nastiest Car Ever! Complete Disaster Full Interior Car Detailing Transformation!


[Music] what’s up guys welcome back to Stauffer Garage today I am doing a disaster deep clean transformation of the dirtiest car I could find on Facebook marketplace I picked this car up for a whopping six hundred dollars it drove home but from these shots you guys can tell that the interior is definitely the reason why I picked it up for $600 so I’m excited to transform this car make it look like new again show you guys all of the steps and all the tools that I used to make it happen and if you guys like these sort of videos make sure you give this video a big thumbs up and subscribe and turn on notifications so you do not miss out on any new deep cleans that I have coming out in the near future with that being said let’s get started and the first step we’re going to do is we’re gonna pull everything out of the vehicle all the trash all the crap definitely wearing gloves maybe doubling it up double bag in it and cleaning everything out of it that I can pull out of it without using a vacuum first seeing the real stains seen what’s underneath some of this trash getting a better idea and chucking all this stuff in the trash can as fast as I can [Music] now taking out the seats might seem insane to do but in this case with this type of vehicle and how trashed it is it made complete sense to pull as much out of the car as possible to get to all those spots that would be super hard to get to with an extractor so for all of you guys that weren’t sure if I was telling the truth about this being the worst detail I’ve ever done I’m hoping these before shots and as I’m going through this car you guys truly understand the magnitude of the filth on this vehicle I’m actually even surprised myself once I took the seats out how much stuff was underneath those the good news is with it all out of the vehicle it makes it easier to get all of the different areas where like I pulled off that chunk of moldy chicken nuggets like I don’t even know why people drove around this car I’m definitely getting my money’s worth for 600 bucks and definitely getting a challenge I might try to pull off some more panels too just to try to minimize how much dirts left I mean it’s just this is this is intense so let’s get everything out you get the seats out in the front get the center console out and then we’ll start the vacuuming [Music] so this is what I found once it took the seats out which is exactly why I wanted to do it in the first place and what I’m going to go ahead and do is pick up all of the bigger pieces that might get stuck in the shop back because that’s the last thing that I want to have happen since I’m gonna be using an extractor to get out the stains and the dirt within the carpet fibers itself the main purpose of the vacuuming stage is just to get the larger stuff out of the carpet off the surface within a reasonable amount of time so if you guys saw our little friend that was crawling out of that center console box at the very beginning of this video I want you guys to leave a hashtag below hashtag roach motel you guys won’t believe how many dead roaches I found within the video you might be able to pick them out like almost like Where’s Waldo and some of these shots but it was straight-up disgusting but I want to see that hashtag in the comments below [Music] so this car in particular had dirt in every possible location so that was the main reason why I took off all the door seals all the panels took out the whole glovebox component because underneath it was still some more trash and plus with all of that liquid and crap that had kind of solidified in those cupholders and around emergency brake it made complete sense in this case to kind of disassemble the interior as much as physically possible [Music] one tip I have for you guys that if you’re planning to do a large section of carpet cleaning in your car or home or wherever I recommend picking up one of these spray bottles which you can get at any hardware store that they would use for like fertilizer or some sort of bug spray that you would use outside your house and makes life easier to take a liquid carpet cleaner dilute it down within that bottle but you’re not using that trigger pump spray bottle and you’re risk getting all tired and your fingers hurting afterwards this just makes it so much easier to get enough of the fluid down it’s that way when you bust out your drill brush you have enough fluid on the surface to agitate the carpet and get the job done [Music] and this is the first detail that I’ve been able to use my new Sandia extractor which has been a lifesaver especially when it came to this video I couldn’t have imagined doing this job with the old equipment that I had been using because of the magnitude of this actual cleaning I couldn’t have done it without this tool so I highly recommend it after this job I had no issues it did an amazing job at extracting so if you guys are interested in picking up any of the tools or products that I use I definitely have them listed in the description box below for you guys [Music] if you guys could only imagine trying to do this exact same job with the seats in and that center console and just imagine how much carpet I would have missed getting to if those components were still in here which is why I took him out for this specific job so here are the results after doing a single pass with the extractor I am now doing a second pass because these carpets were so saturated with just pure luck that a second pass was definitely something that needed to be done [Music] the solution that I’m using is actually from Chemical Guys it’s a carpet cleaning solution that gets diluted down in this case I used about a ten to one ratio which if you guys don’t know what that means it’s just you’re using ten parts water to one part cleaning solution and I mix that inside my spray bottle or in this case inside of my extractor as well [Music] one of the things that I wish that you guys could honestly experience is the smell that this car emits like it is it’s one of those smells that when you breathe it in it lingers for like two to three days like I can still smell it to this moment it mean it it was just it was horrible that’s all I can say it was probably the worst smell I’ve ever experienced [Music] [Music] [Applause] [Music] hi guys today is a new day I wasn’t able to get the whole detail done in one day but it worked out well because I was able to leave the car open and let all those carpets dry out after doing those two passes with the extractor today is gonna be focused on getting these seats completely clean these are the ones that are gonna need all the work so using the extractor using everything I can to get these all clean but what I’m gonna do first is all of these plastic panels including the glovebox and center console I’m just gonna take those outside and hit them with a pressure washer so for the seats and the carpet in the back trunk I’m going to be using essentially the same process what we need to do first is obviously vacuum the surface then we’re going to apply our cleaner and then we’re going to use our drill brush to agitate the surface to get that dirt lifted up from the fibers and then follow up with our extractor [Music] if you are planning on taking out seats or any of the components that you can work on outside of the vehicle I highly recommend getting some sort of fold up table or if you have a workbench using that to work on instead of having to bend over to put them on the ground because one it’s easier to keep a table clean but also you’re saving your back and your body some of that stress [Music] [Music] so depending on what kind of seats you guys are cleaning if you want to use a drill brush make sure you’re using it on a fabric type seat that is not super old that is not delicate that doesn’t have any rips or tears because they can be somewhat aggressive depending on the type of surface that it is I would not recommend using a drill brush on leather but for majority of fabric seats that are fairly new that don’t have any rips they do an amazing job at aggravating the surface to get that dirt lifted for your extractor [Music] I will say that I was actually blown away with the results of just a single pass on these seats how much dirt came out of them how clean they got and then once I was done with extracting all of these different components I sat him outside in the hot Sun to dry [Music] now for the back of the seats where there was leather and then also on the side bolsters where you have those plastic panels in the recline knob I’m just using my all-purpose cleaner that is diluted 20 to 1 in a microfiber towel to wipe down those surfaces also make sure you don’t forget about extracting the headrest because that is a spot that you definitely want to clean if you’re buying a used car [Music] [Music] so now it is time to move to the panels I’m actually starting with the front passenger side and kind of working my way around the vehicle to the driver side what I’m using is my all-purpose cleaner which is diluted to 20 to 1 and I have a soft bristle brush that I’m using to kind of aggravate the surface to get in some of those cracks that you kind of see on a panel [Music] once I have the surface clean I’m following up with my Chemical Guys soak and shine which is just a topper surface that is a UV protectant it also gives it that nice matte finish that I like [Music] [Music] for the windows I’m using invisible glass and I’m just spraying my microfiber towel before wiping the windows clean [Music] [Music] like I mentioned earlier having some sort of surface to work on especially in this case where I had all of these panels pulled out of the car I can now work with them on this surface to get them cleaned with my all-purpose cleaner and then following up with my topper coat [Music] now that all those panels are clean it is time to move to the dashboard which in this case I’m using all of the same different chemicals that I’ve already talked about before but I know that everybody’s mentioned about using the Magic Eraser for mr. clean I have not tried that yet I didn’t have any on hand but I was definitely going to try it on some of these plastic panels to see how it did so if you actually have you ever used a magic eraser on your car let me know in the comments below how it turned out [Music] one tool that I like to use especially when it comes to cleaning the dashboard in any of the different buttons and components are these black soft bristle brushes that I’m showing in the video if you guys want to check those out definitely go to the link in the description box below they are one tool that I cannot recommend enough especially when it comes to getting into those different cracks and crevices inside your vehicles [Applause] [Music] [Music] one tip when doing a detail is make sure you’re articulating the steering wheel up and down you’re moving the buttons back and forth and you’re making sure you’re getting every possible motion of that actual component to get that dirt and grime out of those areas [Music] [Applause] [Music] prising Lee the headliner in this vehicle was actually pretty good condition I didn’t have any stains or anything to get to I definitely do need to do some sort of odor bomb in this car itself to kind of get some smells out of it but for right now the headliner was fairly clean and so were the visors but now that I’ve done all of the dashboard components it is now time to start reassembling all the plastic panels that had pulled out previously [Music] once I have all the plastic panels in it is now time to put the seats back into the vehicle [Music] so here’s the moment that you guys have all been waiting for the before and after shots of this transformation which to be honest I almost want to sell it back or try to sell it back to the person I bought it from because I don’t think they’re gonna have any idea that this was the car that they sold me like it is a completely different vehicle after this transformation and I couldn’t be more impressed with the results [Music] [Music] so thank you guys for watching today’s video and if you’re not subscribed hit the subscribe button below and let me know in the comments below what was like the most insane transformation portion of this video was at the seats the carpet all of the above let me know in the comments below and thank you guys for being awesome and I’ll see you in the next video bye guys

实验:臭氧能杀死蟑螂吗?

实验:臭氧能杀死蟑螂吗?


A fan from Taiwan recently emailed me He said that because he just had a baby So he’s been doing research on sterilization He found online that ozone has such function So he bought an ozone machine He also learned that when the ozone density is high, it’s harmful to human body So he caught a mouse to test He put the mouse and ozone machine in a box Then tested for half a day Guess what happened to this mouse This mouse committed suicide Do you believe it Things That Make Animals Suicide What a cruel torture Then he said he wanted to know Can ozone kill some pests Such as cockroaches He wanted me to test it It sounded like a good idea to me. So let’s try it today on Ozone’s ability to kill cockroaches To test whether ozone can kill cockroaches I placed an order online to get an ozone machine It can make three grams of ozone per hour Sounds very light But you need to know The density of the gas is very low So three grams is actually a lot. Then i will Put cockroaches in this jar Do you still remember this jar? Here is an entrance, here is an exit It was originally tested for the harm of cigarettes We let a roach smoke 20 cigarettes After putting the roach in I will plug the tube of the ozone machine in from here So that ozone can go in While having the exit to Connect with the outside So that gas can circulate to eliminate the factor of suffocation Also because the jar is small So the ozone density will be high Then let’s start the experiment There are two healthy American cockroaches in the jar Why put two It’s to ensure that observations are more informative You can see This jar is connected through this tube to the ozone machine Next Let’s start the ozone machine One minute later Acting normally, but seem agitated Three minutes later Wings start to flap Five minutes later Start to fall off more often 10 minutes later Climinb ability is weakened 15 minutes later Mobility is weakened obviously 20 minutes later Out of balance 30 minutes later Hard to flip over 40 minutes later Moving very slowly Interval twitching 50 minutes later Can barely move One hour later Alive, but sruggling After an hour of ozone making Two roaches in the jar Look dead But does this mean that ozone can kill roaches(at home)? Of course not Because when this type of ozone machine is used at home It is impossible to achieve such a high indoor density If it really reaches that high Even if you kill the roaches People might be expected to die the same way And in the same room Actually I had put some other roaches This enclosed room is only seven or eight square meters So the ozone density will not be very low. But those roaches are all safe and sound I also did some research There is indeed relevant information indicating That ozone is used in agriculture Used to kill some pests But usually very small pests Like aphid Ozone is more useful for sterilization than killing pests So expecting to use this ozone machine to eliminate cockroaches is not realistic As for what’s mentioned by the fan in the beginning Why the mouse committed suicide I think it’s because it was in a small confined space Very high density of ozone Makes the poor mouse feel very uncomfortable So he finally chose to end its life The fact is that when the ozone density is relatively high, It’s really harmful to the human body When I used this machine I could smell it very clearly Very peculiar taste So if you want to use these machines at home It ’s better to be cautious The advice is that when using it People and pets had better leave the house Ok That’s it for today’s video What else would you like to see for a pest control product review Tell me in the comments below See you next time Update: the next day, two roaches in the jar both died, but the roaches in the box were normal Footage of entire activities in the jar

How Spider-Sense Works

How Spider-Sense Works


– This episode of Because Science is brought to you by Destiny 2: Forsaken. I have a confession to make, I’ve been trying to science
Spiderman for years now and every time I have
been asked to look into the so called Spidey-sense, I’ve dismissed it out of hand without ever really looking into it. And now that I have, I have to apologize. I was so wrong. Spiders have tarsal claws down some of the most amazing
senses of any organisms on this planet. If Peter Parker had spider senses, they would definitely make him amazing. Ooooohhhhh. Spiderman’s Spidey-sense
has been a part of Peter Parker’s webatoir
since the hero first swung into the pages of Marvel Comics all the way back in 1963. Since then, comics, movies and video games have depicted spider-sense
as a feeling or premonition that something is about to happen or that something,
somewhere is going wrong. It’s an almost magical sixth sense without a solid biological backing. Like I said, you don’t
have to look any further than real spider senses
to make Spidey-sense make sense, sense. So let’s ignore the
weird precognitive stuff in the name of science and give this power
that biological backing. Spiders and many other
terrestrial arthropods like crickets, have three
main sensory systems that could add up to
theoretically give a spiderperson a spectacular sense of their surroundings. Two of these systems use tiny hairs to detect touch and motion, tactile hairs and trichobothria. The third uses a fascinating little organ called slit sensilla. Let’s start with the tactile hairs, as they are the closest thing to a sense that we are familiar with. Oh you’re a big boy. The most common sensory
structures in the animal kingdom aren’t eyes or ears, they are hairs. Most of the human body is
covered in hair of some type and all of those hairs add up along with other receptors in your skin to give us an exquisite sense of touch. We can feel if even a
single hair is disturbed. Ooh, excelsior. We mostly hairless apes have about 60 hairs per square centimeter
of surface area of skin. Which makes our sensitivity
to physical disturbance, our mechanoreception, pretty good. Spiders though, are on another level. They have around 40,000
hairs in the same amount of surface area and they
have up to three nerves per hair for sensation,
whereas we only have one. Wow. Hey if you were that big, how are you even breathing right now, cause I’m pretty sure if
you scaled up your volume based on your… These thousands of spider tactile hairs, like human tactile hairs, will trigger a sensation in the animal if they are deflected a certain amount. Like pushing or pulling a simple lever. The threshold of force though
that will trigger a response from a spider is unbelievably small. A spider’s tactile hairs
will respond to a force less than half a micronewton. This is only five times more force than a hydrogen atom’s
nucleus puts on it’s electron. It’s hard to even conceptualize
how gentle that is. So if Peter Parker’s hairs somehow mutated along with the rest of his body to become as numerous as a spider’s hairs and acquired this kind
of extreme sensitivity, it would be the first part of
an impressive spider-sense. Sorry. From our perspective it
would be like he’s able to feel touches before they even happen. Sorry. Spider-like tactile hairs
would make Spiderman intensely attentive to touch, which would be a good place to
start for a real spider-sense especially considering that in the movies, we’ve seen Peter Parker
grow spider-like hairs. But spiders other senses
are even more impressive. They can feel things that
aren’t even touching them. The second spider sensing
system is trichobothria or hairs that feel for
fluid flow, like moving air. These hairs look like
the spiders tactile hairs and they’re even located
in the same place, but these are evolved to feel for even the slightest breeze and I do mean slightest. For example, trichobothria
are so sensitive, they can pick up the minute
atmospheric disturbances that a flies wings produce from up to a few body lengths away from a spider. This would be like you being
able to feel your friend wave at you from across the room. Oh he is friendly, that’s nice. This air-hair isn’t just really
responsive spider stubble, it is, as one review by
Freidrich G. Barth put it, one of the most finely
tuned biological sensors in all of nature. Modeling trichobothria as simple levers, scientists have estimated that the amount of energy
it would take to elicit a response from these
hairs is on the order of 10 zeptojoules. I’ve never even said that
prefix out loud before. This is in theory so little energy that a spider’s
trichobothria would respond to a laser pointer. It would respond to the pressure of light. Less friendly, ahh! One day, all the way back
in 1827, Scottish botanist and smart boy Robert
Brown, was looking through a microscope at pollen
particles suspended in water. What he saw was something like this. The pollen particles were
moving around randomly when he assumed they should be still. Cut to 78 years later and the
smart boy, Albert Einstein, publishing a paper that
described this motion. Einstein argued that the
pollen particles were being batted around randomly by
physical atoms and molecules in the water, moving around randomly. At that time, in 1905,
the physical existence of atoms and molecules
had not yet been proven. Einstein’s findings were
eventually confirmed and accepted and this
was one of Einstein’s first great contributions to science. Today the random motion
of atoms and molecules in a fluid is called Brownian Motion, in honor of Robert Brown. And I told you that
story to tell you this, spider trichobothria are, in theory, sensitive enough to feel Brownian Motion. To feel, against their
hairs, the individual impacts of atoms and molecules. This represents a spider-sense
that is an almost perfectly evolved material interaction
at the very edge of physics. Real trichobothria could
plausibly play a huge part of a real spider-sense. Being able to feel your enemies
move through the atmosphere at a distance would be a huge advantage but the last arachnoid sense
would take all of this biology from spider to super. The final component of a
spider’s sensory system are the slit sensilla, which are mechanoreceptory organs in the spider’s exoskeleton
that are unlike anything that we humans feel with. These organs sound fancy but
they actually are rather simple In the spiders legs, near the joints, there are rows of parallel channels where the exoskeleton
has been thinned out. If the spider’s leg moves or bends in response to some vibration or force in the substrate or ground
that the spider is standing on or touching, these slit sensilla will deform like accordions. By now, it should not surprise you that the amount of vibration
it takes to alert a spider is astonishingly small. Scientists have found that
these sensilla can alert spiders to forces near them that are as small as point zero one micronewtons. This is less than half a
percent the body weight of a single cockroach. That means, that if I were
to just take a single step I would…oh, I guess I’m…ahhhhh! Basically if a nearby force or vibration moves a spider’s legs at
all, it’s going to feel it. If I was moving around next to it, a spider about that size
would be able to feel if I caused it’s legs to bend
just a billionth of a meter but that’s so small it’s hard to visualize so let’s increase the spider size. Bigger. Bigger. Bigger. Bigger. Keep going! If that spider got big enough that it was over 100 kilometers across, that it could reach up
with one of it’s legs and touch space, it would still be able to
feel if any one of it’s legs deformed, literally that much. Just a single millimeter or a millimeter Parker. Argh. If whatever mutations Peter Parker got from that radioactive spider indeed enabled him to do whatever
a spider could do, then I think that using an
array of arachnid sense systems web-head could absolutely
approximate a sixth sense, at least as sensitive as
human eyesight or hearing. Slit sensilla scaled up to human size might be able to pick up
an approaching bad guy or at least a rampaging rhino. Trichobothria on Spiderman
might be able to pick up the minute atmospheric disturbances from an incoming projectile or even the pressure from the light of a gunman’s laser site,
which is ridiculous. Real spider senses operate at the limits of the physically possible and if that doesn’t
sound like super powers, I don’t know what does. So, how does spider-sense really work? Well I don’t think you
have to look any further than the arachnids themselves. Spiders have some of
the most delicate senses in all of biology and if Peter Parker had them, I think he could approximate
something like we see in the comic books and the movies. Of course, he would have to find a way to make those tiny hairs
work underneath his suit and sure, slit sensilla
are only in exoskeltons and not endoskeletons like we have, but being the science wiz that he is, I bet that Parker could
find a work around, because if he was truly a spider man, he would feel so good, Mr. Stark. Because science. Everyone gets one right, yeah! Oh, oh why is it hot? Oh it’s like al dente spaghetti. (techno music) So let’s say that you were
a more realistic version of Spiderman and let’s say
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Bu Nasıl Muhteşem Bir Fragman! ANTMAN And The WASP TEPKİ & REACTION

Bu Nasıl Muhteşem Bir Fragman! ANTMAN And The WASP TEPKİ & REACTION


Hello *Crasht* – Hello
– Welcome to the channel of berets We were outside and we saw that there is the Ant-Man trailer published! So we came back home and decided to shoot a reaction video -We did good
-Yup, I’m excited right now, especially about Wasp Let’s Start! Is there a last thin you want to say? Like what? -…if there is, hold it ‘cuz I’m starting!
– Go. A magnificent bridge oOoh cool… Oh, honeycomb! -You see that?
-Yes Oh there is the FBI What did you do? No way!… No way. Nice, nice, nice! wow I really like Antman – Ooohaha, he became Giant-Man!
– Yeah Super. Ooh I got something romantic there So good-so good! She is really better than you now to be honest Music to dance So silly I didn’t expect it to end with Hello Kitty! SO GOOD! Yes what do you think Miss Ezgi? Well yeah, it’s a very exciting trailer I think, I like the music Dııırııırııı Isn’t it a trailer with a fast tempo? The music made it so moving also and the action have settled nicely I liked the first Ant-Man movie.
And I will like the second. Wasp looks incredibly beautiful. And I kept saying “So good-so good” to Wasp like an idiot but that’s because I really wonder how Wasp would look As I understood, we will see her a lot and there is a chemistry between them! What do you think about the shrinking building? You said that the shrinking building scene is meaningless… Yes ‘cuz there’s even a pidgeon on it! Did you built it with Pym particles? Actually I find the shrinking of the building a bit exeggerated Think there is a, well, a cleaner guy left inside… Pfch! PFSHFKHK! Well then shrink the street, then… Shrink everything! Shrink the city, shrink the world!!! But of course why would we nitpick these details so seriously… I don’t know really. Why would it bother us, it’s a cool scene that’s all! Whateva! Well. He became Giant-Man again. Like in Civil War, do you remember? Yes, it shows it in the beginning too. I was waiting to see the original Wasp, her mother. In the traile-In the movie we will see her, she is in the cast By the way, Ant-Man’s second movie is like… … he wants to be with his child etc. etc. between his ups and downs in life But would Hank Pym leave him alone? – He won’t.
– He won’t. D’you know why did the FBI arrived home? Because you know that Ant-Man was in Captain’s side and now they are fugutives Is that why the FBI showed up? It’s a mess now. Wait a second… This film… …is it happening after the Civil War? It will be in the theatres after the Infinity War… Well the things in Infinity War may not change this situation Yeah right, it was about all Thanos after all. Yes, we watched a beautiful trailer I believe Yes, I’m glad Hank Pym is in there as the original Ant-Man. Yes. I thought we’d see him in the first fil and then toss him out. The thing they got on his foot, that the FBI clicked, that’s a tracking device right? Will it be like… He can loose it as he shrinks next time.. Whatever don’t mind that detail. Btw you remember that in the first movie Ant-man did… an extreme version of shrinking, got so small and got lost between molecules. And that’s why Hank Pym thought he could find his wife and bring her back He had a hope like that There is a scene like that in the trailer. A scene caught our attention. Yes, we see here that Hank Pym invented a machine… …to find her wife, and I believe that in that scene he will… … shrink extremely to search for his wife, huh? I think so. I mean we will find her somehow Won’t we? We will find the Wasp in the movie! Yes, I don’t think that they will just show the Flashbacks of old memories But I don’t know if we will be able to bring her back though. Ah, but then we’d be sad. We don’t know that. We don’t know that yet. But this seen got our attention. So you may keep it in your mind. We flyed, we fleed, we flowed and a trailer again passed like that It’s a trailer to showoff a bit So it’s nice. I like it too. I’m not in any expectations for the Ant-Man anyway. Yes. It’s not a movie that I watch over and over again. Yes, we completely had fun in the first movie and I think we will in the second one also. I don’t know if it would be a super-hero movie that we love so much though. I don’t know that but do we have fun, yes we have. I believe that I will love the Wasp also And I am happy to see her in the trailer this much. Yes? So, when the second and third trailers show up, we’ll do a review again. A more detailed review of course. This is a pre-review A pre-review. Nice, O.K. I approve Marvel, you can release this movie. Well then, see you, take good care of yourselves. I uploaded a video about what is on my Netflix list and what do I watch You can watch that after this video, I think it’s a very nice video. There is a monkey there that made me cry I talked about that too After that, watch our Ireland video! Ah, Do Watch the Ireland Video! Yes btw- Put that hand down… …the hand down… I think Anıl got over the top at editing now And that’s pretty much all about us. I think it is a great entrance with the first trailer – So
– When the next trailer released We’ll see each other We’ll see each other Love you See you bye Bye! SUBSCRIBE! Music was great… We know, you danced through the whole trailer! …duf, Duf, DUF-DUF!

Morbius Trailer – Marvel Spider-Man Scene and Sinister Six Theory Breakdown


how far are we allowed to go
to fix something that’s broken until the remedy is worse than the disease Michael Morbius got tired of doing the whole
good guy thing, huh? what’s up doc? Welcome back everyone it’s Charlie this is going
to be my new spider-man Morbius trailer video for all the sinister six stuff
that they’re setting up if you’re brand new to the channel be sure to subscribe
to get all the videos we’re doing a new movie ticket giveaway all you have to do
to enter is be a subscriber and leave all your sinister six theories on the
video so the Morbius trailer shows us a couple spider-man scenes between the
wall graffiti of the Tobey Maguire spider-man suit referencing the Spider
Man far from home post credit scene murderer like he killed Mysterio or at
least the world thinks he killed Mysterio then I would argue the even
bigger scene of Michael Keaton’s vulture after the events of the spider-man
homecoming post-credit scene in his same white prison jumpsuit in New York City
which itself might be from one of the Morbius post-credit scenes there’s also
a Kraven seemed that didn’t make it into the trailer remember we’re all thinking
the Kraven might be the villain to the next spider-man movies spider-man 3
which they’re shooting this summer there’s this truck that reads teasing
that the characters going to show up Earl soon but because it’s showing up in
Morbius a Sony movie not an MCU movie there’s a big question about where
Kraven is going to appear first because Sony is developing a Kraven solo film so
I’m not so sure that Kraven is going to be the villain of spider-man 3 but it’s
just all more evidence of them setting up sinister 6 off in the distance in
fact on the spider-man far from home bonus features there’s a clip of Amy
Pascal literally saying that they’re getting ready to do something with the
sinister six these villains that we now have in our universe happen to be
characters that are in the sinister six there may be something that happens to
that no matter where he goes the world is going to be different for him the
real blockbuster brace yourself you might want to sit out spider-man’s name is
Peter Parker what no more hiding yeah no more hiding
I feel like you watch that and it can’t be any more clear they’re definitely
headed for sinister six Sony has a history to of putting footage from the
end of their movies in their trailers if you didn’t notice they did it with venom
last year and all the venom trailers they kept having that clip of him
talking about turds in the wind eating that guy in the convenience store that
was right out of the end of the venom movie so it wasn’t really them giving
away the post-credits scene it’s just a lot of people feel like this vulture
Michael Keaton cameo is from the end of the movie like you go through the
process of him becoming the Morbius character then this would be some sort
of tag scene to let you know that it’s all connected blowing everyone’s minds
but they put it in the trailer because they really want you to go see the movie
to find out what’s going on on top of all this there’s also a lot of people
now after watching the trailer who are wondering if Jerrod Harris’s Morbius
character is in fact secretly a really big spider-man villain from the comics
he comes off like a caring father figure to Morbius in the trailer but Sony is
being very secretive about the official name of his character and the only
reason to do that would be if it’s a big spoiler and if he’s playing a huge
spider-man villain like a lot of people are now wondering if he might secretly
be their new version of dr. Otto Octavius because there are only a few
big spider-man villains who are doctors themselves and it does seem like his
character is a medical doctor and even though a lot of spider-man villains come
from the sciences like Norman Osborn is a scientist he’s not a real doctor in
the way Doctor Octopus is and you have to remember that Doctor Octopus is
actually the person who put together the first version of the sinister 6 Norman
Osborn’s Green Goblin didn’t really get tied up with sinister six stuff till way
way later in the comics but they just did the lizard a few years ago during
the Andrew Garfield amazing spider-man movies and the whole thing with the new
Tom Hollands spider-man era of movies is them doing new characters or people they
haven’t done in a long time in yes they did do Doctor Octopus doing the Tobey
Maguire films but if they’re using Toby’s suit for this big spider-man
spider-man far from home Easter egg then maybe it is a big clue that they’re
bringing back some more stuff from the Tobey Maguire era like the Doctor
Octopus character but now you probably realized why they wanted to put so much
of this spider-man crossover stuff in the Morbius movie it’s mostly to get you
to go see the movie to find out what’s happening
otherwise how many people do you think would completely ignore Morbius he’s not
that huge of a character and even though venom did really well last year venom by
himself is a really really popular character so
people were already going to go see that movie no matter what Sony is really
banking on this big spider verse that they’re spinning out to be successful so
they’re just throwing everything they have at these spin-off movies you never
heard of Morbius before you’re not sure about whether or not you’re going to go
well we’re going to put a whole bunch of spider-man crossover stuff in it now how
about you go but cute pizza time we also have to talk about this Tobey Maguire
spider-man costume why would they use this version of the costume if they’re
referencing the events of spider-man far from home in that post-credit scene
would happen with Mysterio I think one it’s to let you know that there will be
a spider-man crossover eventually like spider-man exists in this universe
because you didn’t see him anywhere during the first venom movie and I think
they’re going to use the venom two – soft reboot that with a bunch more spider-man
stuff but – I think it’s also meant to be a nod to the original Sony spider-man
movies with Tobey Maguire like those were hugely successful films however you
feel about them creatively spider-man 2 is still one of the best spider-man
movies of all time in three I think it’s also a way to remind you that there is a
spider verse in a multiverse in a way for the MCU movies in the Sony venom
virtue bees to coexist in how it can make sense for Tom Holland to show up in
both franchises without the MCU having to be super beholden to all the stuff
that they’re doing in the venom movies with top Haaland things don’t really get
that complicated til you start seeing Tom Holland jump back and forth between
the Sony movies whatever he’s crossing over with venom and he’s sinister sick
stuff and then the MCU movies there’s still a lot of questions about how their
sinister six project would go down will sinister six be the next big movie after
venom two or to Sony wait and do more solo villain movies like the Kraven
movie I said that they’re developing they’re clearly setting Kraven up during
the Morbius movies so that means that he’s going to appear somewhere but
here’s what Marvel and Sony both said about how they’re handling the
spider-man Tom Holland crossovers they announced a lot of these details when
they revealed the new sharing deal just a little while ago they refer to it as a
call and answer system Kevin Feige talked about spider-man jumping back and
forth between Earth’s in the multiverse but also between cinematic
versus Tom Holland was already confirmed to be appearing in the Sony venom movies
eventually and other potentially Sony driven spider-man projects like sinister
six when he does that Sony is allowed to reference his previous adventures in all
the Marvel movies that spider-man has been in like getting snapped in Avengers
infinity war and Avengers endgame his field trips with the Avengers during
Captain America Civil War in all the Mysterio stuff during spider-man far
from home then when he comes back for more Marvel movies like spider-man 3
Avengers 5 Young Avengers whatever the MCU movies are allowed to reference all
the stuff that happened to him while he was in the Sony venom movies so if he
gets the symbiote during one of the venom sequels are doing a big venom
crossover they can reference the symbiote in the MCU movies after that a
lot of you will remember way back to spider-man homecoming the MCU movies
already kind of seemed like they were slowly building their own roster of
sinister six characters starting in the post-credits scene it’s on our little
spider friend I’ve got some boys on the outside who would just love to meet him
you don’t take a picture slice his throat but his head in a dryer and I
heard a rumor you know here’s the thing about that
post credit scene is that after the events of spider-man far from home we
mostly assumed that we’d be seeing an MCU only version of sinister six
but with Michael Keaton showing up at the end of Morbius it seemingly confirms
that we’ll see at least some of the sinister six stuff come from the sony
venom verse movies so I don’t know if this is going to be a joint venture with
the MCU because sinister six is a big deal and Sony has been trying to make a
sinister six movie since way back in the Andrew Garfield era that was with a hole
amazing spider-man 2 post-credit scene was about oscorp’s sinister six
then Drew Goddard the person who started the daredevil Netflix TV show was
actually going to direct the sinister six movie but then they got rid of Andrew
Garfield and basically shelved their plans for sinister sakes
so I still think that they’re chomping at the bit to make a sinister six movie
but because of the vulture showing up in Morbius it seemingly confirms that venom
will also eventually have a presence in whatever sinister six movie that they
eventually do and I think a lot of what the new sinister six movie would wind up
looking like and how everything goes down just depends on whether or not
Marvel makes the sinister six movie or Sony makes it by themselves so let me
know in the comments do you think that sinister six is going to wind up being an
MCU movie or do you think it’s just going to wind up being a Sony movie by
itself there’s a bunch more Marvel videos I’ll be doing this weekend and
next week so leave all your requests in the comments below if you have any big
questions congratulations kyrie irving you’re the
giveaway winner from my last big Marvel video please email me on the about page
of my channel so we can get your details everyone click here to rewatch the full
Morbius trailer a billion more times and every one click here to watch the
Justice League Ezra Miller flash crossover with a Grant Gustin flash
thank you so much for watching everybody stay awesome I’ll see you guys tonight!

Group recruitment in golden tail sugar ant

Group recruitment in golden tail sugar ant


Hey I have finally been able to take a video
of my favorite behavior of one of my favorite ant species that you can find here in Australia
in Sydney its name is Camponotus aeneopilosus also known as the Golden tail sugar ant. And you can see on this video that there is
one first ant a small one that is leading a group of workers, so if you count there
are about seven workers only following that first ant the ant leading that group is called
a scout. It forages quite randomely around the nest
and as soon as it finds something it comes back straight to the nest, start bumping into
other workers, and when it feels that other workers are motivated to join her on a new
trip to the food source it stats running away from the nest leaving a very light pheromone
trail that does not last long behind, and the other workers try to follow that scout
using visual informations, so by looking at this ant and using of course the light pheromone
trails that the first worker leaves behind. This behavior is very interesting and it allows
these ants to recruit other foragers very very quickly which is of course very useful
when the resources are scarce. Another advantage of this technique of recruitment
is that by not leaving strong pheromone trails behind them, the other ants cannot use the
trails left by this species to find the same food source. Of course it sometimes happens that the leader
loose a few workers on the way, but they are able to go to the food source very quickly
and that is the essential part for the colony, so it is not such a big loss. In that case, the food source was not very
glamorous, sorry about that, it was hum… bird droppings. It is a quite common food source for ants. As you can see on this video the Camponotus
were not the first one on that food source and you can see the small black ants that
are everywhere here. They are probably Iridomyrmex or Tapinoma
ants. They are very very efficient foragers, which
also explains why it is important for ants like Camponotus to find ways to recruit other
workers very quickly. Thank you for watching I hope you enjoyed
this video.

Ranger Nick: Why So Many Ant Mounds Right Now?

Ranger Nick: Why So Many Ant Mounds Right Now?


[Upbeat Music]
[Dr. Nick Fuhrman/UGA Professor, “Ranger Nick”] Well as we start this new year off, maybe
the holidays have you driving around maybe across the interstate looking out across some
farm pastures and seeing what look like little mounds of soil, maybe fire ant mounds, and
it had you wondering, “Why am I seeing more of them right now? What is the deal with that?” I thought I’d explore that with you this month
and introduce you to somebody who knows quite a bit about this, and that’s Dr. Will Hudson. Dr. Hudson, so nice to meet you. [Dr. Hudson]
Good to see you Nick [Ranger Nick]
I appreciate you spending some time with us today. I want to talk about fire ants, and I want
to talk specifically about a particular mound that we’re standing in front of today. I often see that maybe after a rain at night
or after the temperatures have been maybe a little cooler, I’ll walk out in my yard
and find fire ant mounds that were not there a day or two ago, and I think that maybe I’m
just seeing things. What is the deal with that? Why are we seeing more of those like this
one after a rain at night, after a cooler night? Why is that? [Dr. Will Hudson/UGA Professor of Entomology]
Well, particularly if the conditions have been real hot and dry before that, the rain
provides the ants with the perfect conditions to rebuild their mound. The colony’s always been there, well not always,
but it was there before. [Ranger Nick]
Oh, okay. [Dr. Hudson]
The dirt that you see suddenly pop up is just the dirt that they moved out of the tunnels
and the chambers that are underground where they live, and that’s why suddenly they have
a mound built that wasn’t apparent to you before. The colony itself has been there for months. [Ranger Nick]
Under the soil. [Dr. Hudson]
Under the soil. [Ranger Nick]
I can’t see them, okay. [Dr. Hudson]
They had a mound, but then either they got rained on, or it got stepped on, or it got
so dry that the soil wouldn’t hold its structure, and as soon as the soil conditions are right
they can build that mound back up. [Ranger Nick]
Interesting. And sometimes in South Georgia or the southeast
where there’s more sandy soils, maybe those mounds aren’t as high I guess because the
clumping ability of that soil is not there. [Dr. Hudson]
Right, you can pile clay up higher than you can pile sand. [Ranger Nick]
Yeah. [Dr. Hudson]
That’s the bottom line on that. [Ranger Nick]
Now let’s look at, if you don’t mind, let’s look at this one together. And I just happen to have my son’s little
shovel with me today. Here’s this mound. I’m noticing in this mound all of these little
particles of sand and clay are the same size. You’re saying, thinking to us, that they are
pushing these particles up out of the ground after it rains. They’re cleaning out what has washed down. Is that what you’re saying? [Dr. Hudson]
Right, and they’re not pushing, they’re carrying them one at a time in their jaws. They’ve got no other, they’ve got no pockets,
so they’re carrying them one at a time up there. [Ranger Nick]
Yeah and this, and I can kind of see some holes in there, and I just kind of want to
dig in and see what … and look at this, look at what we’re able to see with these
smaller holes and these tunnels. Now these guys must be down low because it’s
been cooler at night, and they’re down low getting warm. Is that what you’re saying? [Dr. Hudson]
Right, they’ll be up at the top of the mound. If it were a bright, sunny day today they
would probably be up there basking not on the outside but just inside. You can see the tunnels, all of these right
in here are places where they can come up. As the sun warms the soil, they warm up too
because they’re cold blooded. They’re trying to get to a place where the
temperature is most comfortable for them. [Ranger Nick]
Which that’s so interesting, and that dynamic of those ants under the ground, that’s what
I want to talk with you about next is going and looking at the culture of these ants. And I promise I won’t put my hand in there,
but I do want to kind of move some things around with you and see some of those areas
of work. So let’s go there next. [Ranger Nick]
Okay, so we’ve had a cooler night. We’ve had a rainy night. The mound is now showing up outside of the
ground, and I’m looking at this. And Dr. Hudson, we’re looking at this together,
I’m going to just kind of dig into this a little. Before I disturb it too much … Oh my gosh,
and the beautiful caverns. First of all, these little guys with wings,
are they ants? I’ve never seen an ant with wings. [Dr. Hudson]
Well yes. They are ants. Those are the ones that are the, what we call
reproductives. That’s the males and females that will mate. Then the new queens will start the next colony. [Ranger Nick]
Wow, so and they’re mating, but they have to fly to mate? I mean, that’s why they have the wings? [Dr. Hudson]
They fly up into the air. If you see it, it’s usually late in the afternoon,
it looks like a little plume of smoke coming up. [Ranger Nick]
Wow, okay. [Dr. Hudson]
And they mate in the air, and they fall back to the ground. Males die. [Ranger Nick]
Okay [Dr. Hudson]
The females lose their wings and go into the ground and create a small chamber, start laying
eggs, and that becomes the next colony. [Ranger Nick]
Wow, okay. [Dr. Hudson]
That why I say if you’re talking about fire ants, you need to think of it as a colony
not as individual ants. [Ranger Nick]
Interesting. So now okay, so I’m looking at this, and I
know we’re looking up close on the camera too. So we’ve got the ones with wings which we
now know are reproductive ants, but there’s other ones that are bigger, and I see one
moving a little granule of soil. Bigger ones and then there’s smaller ones. Is that an age difference, or do they have
different hierarchy in their family there, their colony? [Dr. Hudson]
Ants as all insects, once they become adults they don’t grow anymore. Their skeleton is on the outside so they can’t
grow anymore, so. [Ranger Nick]
I’ve got to do this. Sorry, I just have to look in here. I have to see what’s going on. [Dr. Hudson]
No, that’s fine. [Ranger Nick]
Look at this. Look at that. [Dr. Hudson]
There are different sizes of individuals. Some of that is related to the jobs that they
do in the colony, and some of it is just variation in size just as people are different sizes. [Nick]
Okay [Dr. Hudson]
So you get some variation that way. [Ranger Nick]
Interesting. Now I would have loved to have talked to some
of these ants today, Dr. Hudson, to find out their perspective on what they think of us
humans disturbing their mounds and everything, but I’ve got to tell you. With a little boy at home and a little girl
at home as well that will soon be walking, we go out in the yard, and we have a thing
of that ant spray that we buy from the local hardware store. Miles and I spray that stuff all over the
mound, and we say, “We have killed the ants.” Then a couple of days later we see them again. What are we doing wrong? [Dr. Hudson]
Well, you saw the structure of the mound. It goes a long way down into the dirt, and
if all you do is spray the surface you’re not beginning to get down to the area where
the money is. [Ranger Nick]
Yeah, yeah. [Dr. Hudson]
Which is you’ve got to kill the queen. If you don’t affect the queen, you can’t control
the colony. So you’ve got to put that insecticide, if
you’re going to treat an individual mound, you have to put it in enough water that it
carries the insecticide all the way down to the bottom of the mound where the queen is. [Ranger Nick]
And how much water are we talking? [Dr. Hudson]
At least a gallon of water per average size mound. [Ranger Nick]
Wow, okay. [Dr. Hudson]
Because there’s a lot of volume of soil in there, and you’ve got to get all the way down
through it. [Ranger Nick]
Okay. Now what if I’ve got a bigger area of land
I’m going to tackle? Maybe the bucket isn’t going to be enough. What do you do then? [Dr. Hudson]
If you’re up to, if you’re over an acre, for sure over an acre, then you need to be using
a bait. If you put it out twice a year … There used
to be a guarantee on some brands that you would have no mounds. [Ranger Nick]
Okay. [Dr. Hudson]
Right? That’s pretty good. [Ranger Nick]
All right, yeah. [Dr. Hudson]
If you’re in smaller than an acre then if you’re treating mounds individually, that’s
a thing for retired people. [Ranger Nick]
Okay….”Laughing” [Dr. Hudson]
Because you’re going to be doing that constantly, and you never win that. [Ranger Nick]
Yeah. [Dr. Hudson]
So you need to treat the whole area. [Ranger Nick]
Excellent. [Dr. Hudson]
And if you treat the whole area with a broadcast spray or spread granules out you can suppress
ants, and suppress is all you’re going to do with that sort of treatment for anywhere
from a few weeks to a couple of months. [Ranger Nick]
Interesting. [Dr. Hudson]
And that’s it. [Ranger Nick]
Well I got to tell you, I don’t know about the folks at home, I have learned so much
about what I’m doing wrong. I’ve learned so much about the culture of
the ant colony. Dr. Hudson, thanks so much for today. I so appreciate it. Such an interesting topic. I can’t wait for the folks at home to see
it. You all know what to do. When you’re at home checking things out online
maybe about fire ants in your area, hop on over to the Farm Monitor Facebook page and
check that out. While you’re on Facebook, check out the Ranger
Nick Facebook page and see what I’ve got going on in my world. Until next time, as I always say Dr. Hudson,
for the Farm Monitor I’m Ranger Nick reminding you that enthusiasm is contagious. So pass it on. You all, thanks so much for watching. We’ll see you right back here again next month. See you. [Fast paced music]

#1 Barata Assassina?! / Killer Cockroach

#1 Barata Assassina?! / Killer Cockroach


Hey there, guys. Good night. I come back here with one more video and this time… this video will talk about curiosity, ok It´s been published in social networks an false information that says: brazillian scientists find a cockroach that fly, have poison and can kill. I as a student of the cockroaches… I can say that it´s a lie The cockroaches don’t have poison and they’re very important to the… although some people repudiate them, the cockroaches are very important to the enviroment, be acting as a garbageman in the nature or or spreading diseases, it plays a role in nature and this site, (www.portaldoholanda.com.br), is advertising the following: “brazillian scientists find a mutant cockroach which is reproducing impressively” cockroach indeed reproduces very fast, depending on the temperature and availability of food “it is the species “Blattodea mutation”” The term Blattodea refers to the name of the Order that… gathers cockroaches and termites and the worst is that they are cosmopolitans ok, some of species are cosmopolitans It also says that “this next generation of roaches also have a poison” “similar to a scorpion venom.” No, it´s not possible. “a bite of this cockroach”… cockroach dont bites, they dont have specialized mouthparts there are a lot of untruthful data and the site dont mentions any research, any researcher anyway it is another e-scam so stay calm because no cockroach have the power to kill see ya!

Small Details You Missed In Ant-Man And The Wasp

Small Details You Missed In Ant-Man And The Wasp


Ant-Man and the Wasp brings Paul Rudd and
Evangeline Lilly back into the title roles as the size-changing superhero duo. Along for the ride are all of their pals,
families, a collection of new villains, and more tiny buildings and gigantic Pez dispensers
than you can even try to count. While the action-packed movie occurs in the
space between Civil War and Infinity War, Scott Lang’s house arrest means that he keeps
a very separate life from his one-off adventure with the Avengers, so it’s not too easy to
find a whole lot of Easter Eggs in this film. But there are a good deal of references that
dive deep into Marvel lore, and at least one extremely meta cameo. Let’s check out the secrets of Ant-Man and
the Wasp, however small they may be. Stan the Man Let’s get the most obvious, impossible-to-miss
cameo out of the way first. You’ll find Stan Lee, the co-creator of Ant-Man
and the man credited as one of the main architects of the Marvel Comics universe, attempting
to get into his car during the second half of the film, during the car chase scene through
the streets of San Francisco. In April 2018, it was reported that Lee had
filmed multiple cameos at the same time, not because of fading health, but because he simply
isn’t into flying around to different movie sets. The same report confirmed that he’s already
filmed his cameo in Avengers 4. Here’s hoping we get to see him for another
ten years of Marvel movies. Young Avengers Even if you’re unfamiliar with Scott Lang
in the comics, you can probably guess that his badass daughter will one day become a
superhero herself. It’s clear that she desperately wants to help
out her dad. “He’s so ugly! I love him!” A
brilliant kid in the comics, she ends up spending time at the Four Freedoms Plaza with the Fantastic
Four, where surrounded by superheroes herself she develops a taste for adventure and eventually
joins the Young Avengers. For now, her conversations about being her
dad’s partner in heroism are a predictive, but distant, dream. They’ll fight side-by-side someday, and if
casting rumors are to be believed for Avengers 4, she’ll be back much sooner than expected…
as a 16-year old kid, probably ready for a fight. Egghead & Jimmy Jimmy Woo’s appearance in Ant-Man and the
Wasp isn’t so much an Easter Egg as a trip deep into Marvel’s past. Originally appearing in the comics in 1956,
Woo is a government agent, much like he is on the big screen. He’s drifted in and out of secret organizations
for decades, but he’s most notable just for being pretty good agent, as well as a very
positive deviation from the negative stereotypes Asians faced in the comics during the ’50s
and ’60s. Buried a little deeper is Elihas Starr. On the big screen, he’s the father of Ghost,
but the comics tell a very different story. Starr first appeared in 1962’s Tales to Astonish
#38 as the villainous Egghead. His first arch-nemesis was, of course, Ant-Man,
and his grand plot was to simply turn all of Ant-Man’s ants against him. True love prevails, however, and Ant-Man is
not betrayed by his ants, despite Egghead’s super-science. As far as the comics are concerned, it’s Starr
who helped Darren Cross develop his Yellowjacket armor. The MCU’s Starr might not be such a good guy
after all either… Co-hosts with the most Possibly the most meta reference in the MCU
is the appearance of comedian and professional weirdo Tim Heidecker as Whale Boat Captain
Daniel Gooobler, spelled with three O’s. “Sorry, I’m messing around.” Heidecker is the co-host of the satirical
On Cinema at the Cinema video series, alongside Gregg Turkington, where the two hosts battle
for movie superiority… and to get the best movie cameos. You’ll remember Turkington as the Baskin-Robbins
manager in the original Ant-Man, a cameo which enraged Tim to the point where he allegedly
paid $15,000 for his brief cameo in Fox’s Fantastic Four reboot as Reed Richards’ useless
father. Tim returns now with the best cameo yet, hosting
San Francisco whale boat tours. What does it all mean? Only that Paul Rudd hangs out with some pretty
funny people. “I give it five bags of popcorn, along with
ah.. Maybe an Ant-Man DVD. That I would collect some residuals on.” Mass media Obviously, Ant-Man isn’t the first movie to
play with the idea of objects and creatures of unusual sizes. 1954’s Them! was all about massive, irradiated
ant invaders. Ant-Man and the Wasp references this in two
ways: it’s the feature that Scott, Hope, and Cassie are watching at the end of the film
after Scott finally allows his daughter to have a real adventure as a super-tiny person. Additionally, when Bill Foster is cornered
by Pym’s giant ants in his lab, he utters, “It’s them!” But if you know your 1970s movies, you’ll
also recognize Animal House playing on TV in an early scene. Specifically, we get a scene in which a very
drug-induced conversation centers around the idea of an entire universe being contained
in an atom in a fingernail. “One tiny atom in my fingernail, could be-” “Could be one little, tiny universe.” That’s basically the definition of the Quantum
Realm. Thanks for the enlightenment, stoner comedy. Single frames Many viewers left the original Ant-Man with
the distinct impression that they’d seen Janet Van Dyne trapped in the quantum realm, even
for a split second. Of course, it couldn’t really be proven until
home viewers could pause frames selectively at home, but we knew she was there. This time around, Marvel’s Kevin Feige has
definitely confirmed that we’ll have to wait for a home release to see the single frames
of MCU hints that director Peyton Reed has slipped into the movie’s various realms. We already know that Doctor Strange got a
quick view of the Quantum Realm as he zipped through the multiverses, and that the trip
is made perilous by time vortices, and we also know that Avengers 4 seems to be playing
fast and loose with time travel, and the possibility of multiverses. With so many ways to traverse time and space,
anything is possible, and anything can be in there. We just won’t know what’s up until we can
hit the pause button. One thing is for certain: it’s not really
the Marvel Universe until we see MODOK. “I am MODOK! (no that’s not Vince Vaughn) I am the ultimate in human-machine interface! I am designed only for conquest!” Make it happen, Marvel. Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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