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3 Aug 2008
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Sea Monkeys are brine shrimp, and my daughter and her friend got some. They're fighting, and probably going to war. I guess that's what happens with some species when they territorialize. Is it inevitable? Maybe not. Maybe one of them can surrender to unity, cooperation, and love. And if they don't, I'll make an omelet out of the mini larva things. *******www.kevinnalts**** Distributed by Tubemogul.
14 Nov 2008
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I had an empty "super" (honey-box) stored alongside my house, but a colony of bees moved into it unexpectedly about 6 months ago. Not knowing how to transfer this colony to a brood-box, I placed an old brood-box under the super and hoped for the best. The bees have been happily collecting pollen and nectar all through spring and the swarm has grown to a reasonable size. Today I did a quick inspection, and found the main swarm has indeed moved down from the super to the brood-box. In this video, you can see me lifting the white super off the (black) brood-box first, where I could see most of the bees in the frames in the brood-box. I then lifted the lid off the top of the super and found far fewer bees in the super, but there is definitely some honeycomb in the super. Tomorrow I shall don my protective clothing to make a more thorough inspection, to see if the super contains mostly honey, pollen, brood (bee larvae), or what combination of these. If the Queen has moved down to lay eggs only in the brood-box, then I should be able to harvest some honey from the super in a few weeks time. Hoping for the best!
5 Aug 2009
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The mountain pine beetle has been a blight on the forests of British Columbia since the 1990s, boring its way into pine trees and laying eggs that, when hatched, produce larvae that eat the trees from the inside out. The insect threatening our northern neighbor's forests is sweeping its way through the Rocky Mountain state's towering pines and threatening to drastically change Colorado's landscape. In light of the current economic slowdown, GOOD News talks to Gary Severson of the Northwest Colorado Council of Governments about strategies for combating the outbreak in lean times.
6 Jan 2009
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2 Apr 2009
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San Diego Pond Landscaping *******Landscaping-SanDiego**** San Diego Pond Landscaping: Induce Nature in Your Own Plot Stimulating surroundings, a pondering sense of serenity and calmness... meditative environment, a sanctuary of tranquility can all be in the vicinity of your own domain. It's a haven in the middle of the suburbs. You can add a waterfall and some aquatic plants and animals that dwell in the pond that will enhance a dramatic and soothing important façade, rewarding additions to your landscaping design. The most important thing to bear in mind is that San Diego San Diego pond landscaping should complement with nature and bring it to life. Algae gives your San Diego pond landscaping a genuine and bona fide look and are healthy for the fish because it's their natural source of food. Water plants can grow quickly and spread out and the fish will most likely reproduce. Having fish in your pond will also keep the bugs out of your yard. Fish of all sizes love to eat mosquitoes and especially mosquito larvae. You will know that your mini-landscaped ecosystem is working efficiently if the water is clean when your fish are breeding and staying alive on their own. This is one of the best in landscaping design because it is a fun hobby that can be enjoyed by anyone at any age. The location of the landscape and other structures must be considered in San Diego pond landscaping. The pond should be in full filtered sun shade. The water attribute will need to be places where everyone can enjoy it, and not too crowded by other landscaping materials. You can put bricks over the edge of your San Diego pond landscaping or any concrete objects that suits your style. There are variety of plants that could be used around your San Diego pond landscaping. You need to use pond plants to act as surface cover and grant fair water balance. Major algae problem will take place if you don't use plants. The sense of balance in this flora and fauna means that plants help by absorbing the carbon monoxide and minerals from the water, which in turn starves algae. You need to cover half of the water surface with plants to achieve a good balance. As for the position of your San Diego pond landscaping, make sure that you choose a site that you can observe from the inside of your home. This is so that you can take pleasure in your creation from indoors or outdoors. Shape also should be included in the study of your pond landscape design. Be certain that it will fit in your area and go well with your personality. If you are after a more reserved look, then rectangular and square features are dominant. Curving and odd shapes are more for the casual look. In spite of popular belief, building a pond is actually quite undemanding to do. By creating a San Diego pond landscaping in your back yard you are making a lovely spot in your sphere of influence that all your friends will envy. By putting plants and rocks around your San Diego pond landscaping you are truly making something unique that not many people think to do with their back yard. With a just little planning and a lot of work, you can achieve an extra-ordinary and wonderful look all in the comfort of your back yard. You can even experience a relaxing and meditative vacation right in the luxury of your own territory.
30 Apr 2009
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man in gorilla suit steals fake bananas from a convenience store and flies and larva invade a historic world war II morgue - myinboxnews****
22 May 2009
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Andrew is taught survival techniques that help him track down two sources of protein in the forest: a baby lizard and bug larva. The Bizarre Food Survival Special airs Tuesday, June 16th at 10PM only on Travel Channel! ***********/TV_Shows/Bizarre_Foods
11 Jun 2009
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3 May 2011
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15 Jul 2009
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*******fla-keys**** Marine scientists in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary have documented the first known case where Atlantic-Caribbean, farm-raised coral has reproduced to serve as a foundation for future reefs. The discovery is significant because it proves that cultured staghorn corals can not only survive, but also reach sexual maturity and naturally help with coral restoration, marine researchers said. This is real exciting because this is the future of trying to rebuild these reefs, said Ken Nedimyer, president of the Coral Restoration Foundation and has been involved in coral restoration projects for the past nine years. "What were trying to do is to put the girls and the boys back together in the same room so theyll make babies." Both staghorn, as well as elkhorn corals, are classifed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act and historically are primary reef-building corals in Florida and the Caribbean. Harvested staghorn gametes were taken to a shoreside laboratory for further research and theyll be used for laboratory fertilization projects with the aim of eventually transplanting offspring. Under several federal research permits, Nedimyer harvested small inch-long fragments of live staghorn and planted them in a special nursery off the Upper Keys in the spring of 2006. Working with a different group of students In July 2007, the more mature clippings were transplanted in a section of sand at Molasses Reef where they have grown to about two feet in diameter. Nedimyer said that coral larvae are carried by ocean currents after they spawn, which in the northern hemisphere is usually a few days after the full moon in August or September. "There is a broad dispersal of larvae, which is part of their reproductive strategy," he said. "If the larvae survive long enough they could settle 10 miles from here (or) they could settle 50 miles from here."
21 Aug 2009
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY ZHENG HWUANG CHIA You're watching multisource health and global video news analysis from Newsy. When it comes to food – the sky is the limit. Who needs a regular chicken taco... when you can have Tacos de Chapulines? (Image from: Gourmet Magazine) The food blog Bwog explains. “ ‘Chapulines’ is the Nahuatl-derived word for a type of grasshopper common to Mexico’s Oaxaca, and they are usually roasted with salt and citrus juice until they become as crispy as potato chips.” Taco Bell, watch out. Up next – meet Durian – the so-called “king of fruit.” “The durian is a Southeast Asian delicacy. Even though it is said to smell like rotting flesh, just how smelly is it?” (Sky One) On his show ‘No Reservations’, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain says after eating the fruit: “Your breath will smell as if you'd been French-kissing your dead grandmother.” Oo – that’s enticing. Next on the menu – warning: it’s not for the faint of heart. We have Filipino Balut. It’s a nearly-developed duck egg. Weird Foods paints its popularity: “Balut in the Phillipines are sold just like hot dogs in America with street vendors yelling and pushing the cart.” Filipinos calls balut their little blue pill. National Geographic has the doses. MAN 1: “I have 16 children and five wives because of the balut.” MAN 2: “It’s good for sex. Yea, that’s Filipino.” If you think blue cheese is evil – you have not met the world’s most dangerous cheese – Casu Marzu, or affectionately known as Maggot Cheese. Channel 4 gives you the juice. “The cheese is then left for two to three months in the dark, cool hut by which time the flies eggs will have hatched into larvae. This is the moment of magic. The pecorino cheese has been transformed into Cazu Marzu.” Casu Marzu is a delicacy in Sardinia. But – it has been declared illegal and not in compliance with EU standards. Locals protested, saying they have been eating it for hundreds of years without any problems. In fact the blog I Love Cheese says the locals do take some precautions: “[They] will tell you the spicy, creamy cheese is only okay to eat if the maggots are still moving. Apparently, once the maggots are dead, the Casu Marzu has gone bad...” So – what is the most bizarre food that you know? Have you tried it yet? Share your freaky foods with us in our comments section. Get more multisource health video news analysis from Newsy.
18 Jan 2011
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BY: MIRANDA WHEATLEY You're watching multisource tech news analysis from Newsy Insects - they’re what’s for dinner - High in protein and low in fat, insects are what some are calling the meat of the future. “The new meat is bugs (bleh) Yeah.” Video HLN “1/3 of the planet eats bugs as a part of their regular diet …” Treehugger Radio “It’s time for some wax worm tacos ... You have to taste this to believe this.” Girl Meets Bug Making your skin crawl yet? - Two researchers from Wageningen University in the Netherlands started their campaign for crickets and the like in the 1990s and recently released a study saying bugs are the solution to the world’s food shortage. According to Daily Tech: “Between 2020 and 2050, researchers predict that Westerners will consume insects regularly as an answer to our increasing population needing more meat-related resources. In fact, beef may become a luxury food item like caviar by 2050.” But Care2 reports insects are already more mainstream than you may think... “According to the FDA, chocolate can contain around 60 insect fragments per 100 grams, peanut butter can have 30 insect parts per 100 grams and fruit juice can have either five fruit fly eggs and one or two larvae eggs per 250 mL.” Girl Meets Bug blogger Daniella Martin joins the pro-bug camp, telling TreeHugger Radio putting bugs on the dinner table is simple! And they’re not only savory, but environmentally friendly too. “Insects are the planet’s most available, most sustainable and most abundant form of animal protein (FLASH) They require 10 times less food for instance approximately 1,000 times less water and you know, perhaps hundreds of times less land space just to produce the same amount of protein as any of these other forms of livestock.” Martin suggests avoiding urban bugs because of possible toxins and says her favorite, wax worms, can easily be ordered online. But even with supporters like Martin behind it not all not everyone is sold on the idea. LiveScience argues bugs might not be the environmentally friendly alternative to traditional livestock many are claiming they are. “...this topic is not a hotbed of research, so while some data exist — in particular on the protein content of insects — there are some assumptions built into the latter part of this argument...” The site also quotes a researcher who says: don’t expect many Westerners to voluntarily start munching on meal worms... “...the practical barriers to eating insects ... are extremely large and perhaps currently even likely to be insurmountable.” So do you think you’ll be trading in burgers for beetles? Or does the thought give you the creepy crawlies? Follow Newsy _Videos on Twitter Transcript by Newsy
26 Feb 2011
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In which I talk about teaching class this morning, my professors' discovery of this video blog, and gold-digging horseshoe crabs. SUBSCRIBE! SKYRIM'S INFINITE QUESTS! *******tinyurl****/cj2usfm Like! Comment! Leave feedback, positive or negative! Today's uncyclopedia: Horseshoe crabs are one of the oldest classes of space arthropods, and are often referred to as "living fossils", as they have not changed much in the last 350 to 400 million years, and indeed why should they? The horseshoe crab is one of four survivors of a once proud lineage that once was a dominant force in the universe. Originating from within the Horseshoe Nebula, some scientists might say they came to earth quite a few millions of years ago (let's say 200), possibly in a Volkswagen Scirocco, and now refuse to go home. Horseshoe crabs can live for as long as 200-250 years. They migrate into nice sandy beaches in late spring, with the males arriving first to take advantage of the cheeper hotel deals. The females then arrive and make nests at a depth of 15-20 m in the sand using only the most delicate spider mandibles. In these nests, females lay up to 200,000 eggs which are then with some effort and a copy of crab monthly fertilized by the male. The larvae hatch and then for a laugh swim about for about five to seven days. After swimming for this amount of time they become over-tired and sink. As young horseshoe crabs grow, they move to deeper waters, where they will form gangs and carry out petty crimes until They reach sexual maturity. Most will find jobs in investment banking or carry out light clerical duties. Sometimes Horseshoe crab is accidentily called the Horses Hoe which is...RIGHT!
11 Nov 2011
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6 Jul 2012
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Watch this 60 second video to learn how to get rid of bed bugs effectively! For more information check out the detailed steps below. First, remove all laundry and linens from your bedroom. Make sure to pack them in plastic bags and carry them to your laundry machine or local laundromat. Many people think it is the soap that kills the bed bugs, when in fact, it is the heat from the washer. Make sure to set the water temperature to the hottest setting possible. Also, when drying the clothing and linens. Make sure to set the dryer to the hottest setting that won't damage the clothing. The second step to getting rid of bed bugs is to vacuum the infested room. Bed bugs can often live in carpet pile and even corners of wood flooring. Be sure to be thorough when vacuuming or mopping. The third step to a bed bug free bedroom, and a better sleep, is to remove yourself from the equation. Sleep in an area that you are confident is not infested with bed bugs. This will starve the bed bugs and reduce their ability to thrive in your home. The fourth step to getting rid of bed bugs properly is to avoid using do-it-yourself products. These are not only ineffective and a waste of money, but more importantly, they are often hazardous to your family and pets. The fifth and final step to completely get rid of bed bugs is to hire a professional pest control company with experience in heat treatments. Heat treating the affected room(s) to the proper temperature will effectively eradicate all bed bugs and bed bug larvae. Unfortunately, it does cost money, but it's the only way to remove bed bugs from your life completely. The best part of using a professional is the peace of mind that they guarantee their work and will come back if needed.
5 Feb 2017
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