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"cicada" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

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06:41 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast

"Right? These guys put you over to the excellent joke today, by the way, I should I say, Well done in honor of Joe's Omaha Steaks, what do I prefer my Omaha, Steaks medium rare and a misstep for mace is rare, but I think we're gonna ask you to do a second show. Coming up a little bit later on a second helping. Yes, yes. Yes. After the debacle that was yesterday's, was illustration. That was probably, that would you say? That was the worst one ever? I think. I think so. Yeah. But it's okay. It's hard to say. I'm not going to ask case right now as he appears to be off to get going on something. Thank you Josh, there's this is Tom speaking, Willie G is in the house right over there and Patty G through the glass. Hope you get another song out of Pat shortly, be khong Add is in the Oxford. Gold performance room coming up the Oxford. Gold gold suit or having made for mr. Garnham, very excited about that. It's going to look just like the coverage did Elvis Album. What's 10000 fans can't be just like the cover is just a few thousand or fifty million. I don't know, you get fifty cents. Okay. Kristy Lee is it, the the news desk, what's happening over there. A seventy-five-year-old man who had 39 wives and ninety four children and was said, to be the head of the world's largest family has died in Northeast. India, chief minister, 950 hydration Shana. The head of a low range were broken or Christian sect. That allows polygamy died on Sunday. Polygamy do do do any time sir. How many one thousand nine wives? Ninety four children he was 74. Many of them. Yes. Way too many milega pallbearers? No no that's not bad going for him. We'll each person got fifty cents. I think it's big. Mm, yeah and you have a Ninety Six, siblings succession issues, really don't come up that often do they, you know, they didn't remember a lot of birthdays, I'm sure. No, I've got seven and I can't remember them glued to the math problem, when you added half birthdays and quarterback. Yeah, no joke. Going to have a problem. Just get a cake for every day. All right, whoever birthday come. Get it. Willie would you like a cake for your half birthday? I would love. When is your half birthday cake? My half birthday dad. Turn that to you. Oh, you must see April 8th. Cool. That's fine. That's fine. Hey June, July, July, eighth this Aaron. No idea. What your Hulbert 6 a.m. I was doing a quarter birthday shorter birthday, so that's like taxes, you gotta do it quarterly and by the way. Hello everybody June 15th. Yep. Yep. Oh boy. Pizza restaurant in Ohio is testing out a cicada Pizza sick according to WHIO that's that's channel seven leading the way not a snooze cash. It's a newscaster. Hey it's abandoned in Dayton created a Spicy Thai cicada pie that features me. So since charaka sriracha sauce, mushrooms mango cabbage, green, onions, Spicy Thai sauce and of course, locally forged cicadas. Even the crust is encrusted, with krunchy, cicada Wings, a pizzeria hosted a tasting panel with a food scientist, engineer. Bearing expert to test out the new Pi. Yeah, I think age is passing away of a chance and we do something about him go or Canadian. He's looking at home like jerky weeks ago. This is a few weeks ago, 2 days ago or last week. I see Jamaican, right? Where did it come from? And what is your fiber glass jerky? I told her to stop buying, they don't blame her because mr. Right. For the morning, it's 4 throughout the day. Well, I'm not feeding you throughout the day. I'm a program where to start getting healthy vegetables for you clowns. Yeah vegetables. That'll go over real. Well you know I know he's going to have like a Thursday nothing to talk about, you know, show more doughnuts. Just Turkey is fine. It's high in protein. There's no carbs. It's a good food to having. This is what? Let's yeah, he's he's over there. Yeah, he's nice. He, he hasn't rushed navigate yet seeing right now, okay? So probably ninety-nine percent of the the nitrates for one year. So it was the last time you had a, I had a good poll of jerky when, when was the highest goodness. Well yeah, I've never choked unless I mean, even when I accidentally ate the silica pack birth, It's a nice tasty dessert for Josh. He's still coughing. Could we get back to this cicada Pizza? Well as of the beads are range from absolutely delicious too. Well yeah, it's abandoned run on Facebook, that has not been added to its menu because it's not sure whether it can legally, sell locally forged cicada. No, no, okay, okay. Maybe long as you're friendly, maybe not sure why not picking, but you couldn't just go out and make roadkill pizza. But I mean, you could go Harvest any other Critter or we go home. I think it has to be from a little know like it though. Shoot a deer and served to your pizza. I don't think that venison Pizza. Shriek was the hunting season. That was a delicious Spicy. Thai Pizza. The toppings on that sounded incredible. Why can't I add a weird bugs to your pizza? I don't know. Get on the national news wire. What about international news? What about Goose? Can we kill Goose Club? No, but we fear, but before we get to that, what can we kill? Where? It's all pad iPad, jumping up and down in there, I'm going to jump in and give a tribute to type it off. My name was granted. In fact, though, currently not in factory warranty, move that changing my name to Louis gets a little flags and I talked, please put him on the bike. Blue like little play country flag if you could put up. So I know if it was in fact, or I I just, I know, I guess most of the characters we can't use their names anymore cuz I could just tell you, when that's good, but you're no longer infected. Know, I'm Luigi accusatory. Okay. Girlfriend Gina statutory. She is nineteen years old, to get your mind. That are lots of friends. Who doesn't suck? Yes. Gina statutory. But she's nineteen. Let me talk about pizza now, not my girlfriend. She stood of a digression for you now..

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

07:04 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"See someone getting worked up about this. Yeah yeah it's so erroneous. Because you can blanche the nymphs yes because they have their way that they're designed the living underground they won't get waterlogged so they can keep the water out. Because they're you know they could be flooded by water and a kid repel the water from getting in so yes you could blanche him and as a perfect way to make him food safe and then prepare meant further applications the adults. You put them in boiling water. You know what's going to happen madigan. Tom not good at all not recommended at all because they will liquefy their insides and then they'll become a mushy mess like il no texture. You're taking out seventeen years of mother. Nature's goodness they been feeding themselves with all this goodness ready for me to eat this delicious narender. Yeah and then. Yeah and now i'm gonna record run it by. Yeah now where do you want me to serve you a boot. We're do you mean right. Well when people are talking about then like oh you don't want to eat that squishy nestle dry it out. It's i oh yeah like you love eating dried chicken right. He's our here. You're saying that you want to take this delicious succulent adult takeda And you want wanna like turn it into mush and then dried out to basically make it into a beef jerky and then derived i. I mean it's just like no. That's all wrong. When you say like that makes no sense. Well thank you savor. So the what's been fascinating. Is that so i i've been. I've already made dozens of dishes and easily gonna make one hundred eight dishes with skate as easily And what i found to be. Fascinating is with a nymphs. They're essentially like these exploding just meat. Filled bogs are just so incredible. Sorry than bonds gene barrett. Oh they are thank so for the they have that for the audience. True bugs one of the orders of insects emit tara have piercing sucking her boss. A process used to feed on plant juices or blood So the the great thing is that. I've made them in at like stir fried than i've may added them to kimchi. And interestingly when you to the traditional kimchi used baby. Shrimp or oysters. And you wanna get that you mommy flavor. Oh my god. What about adding adding these nips at that flavor and also it has that texture of like the baby shrimp as well. And so you buy into it. And it's just squirt it absorbs all the flavor of the spiciness and the garlicky nece the top readiness of the kimchi but then also has all the vegetable. Goodness it is fascinating and really a marvel. The adults are can't wait Yeah barrett did you invest in a separate freezer to store. I did yeah. i didn't i i'd secured. I took care a freezer vacuum-sealed it so that i yeah have have a supply eventually to work with double through a bit of a wrench in my marketing plan with the by the extra freezer for insects. But we can. We can work with the opening bell right plan extensively. Doing rnd with with the cicadas not only myself but with other shafts and universities to to really work in the food science area of this. But you know annoy. I vacuum seal to remove all the air and then side on double bag i back. It will be three years before. Joseph comes to stay with me and wisconsin. Experience brew yaseen. Yes that's right those wells listeners. We yeah we we do. I was just said we should probably wrap up. Hold on three. Okay are real quickly. I would say the adults the revelation with adults they're sheen's ranking like two hours the fee with the adults be at all. Don't eat the dog. They're all like oh now get You know what maybe learn how to cook with the adults therefore you say that then because adults are incredibly delicious the wings are also very edible. If you know how to cook with that Someone that i started with. I didn't like the wing so much that's fine. I understand maybe not for first time eaters of insects but the adults are incredibly delicious. Very verse law to work with So i just think really going back to a barrett's had earlier The only limitation with cooking with insects. Is it with your imagination. And so i loved the aggressiveness of your insect cooking recipes. To i like the no no patience for the noobs trying to figure it out. No i think the time that we had a little more. I i think it was. I thought like very tall makes us all a little surly. Sometimes barrett read us. Something beautiful so i think. It's important to include margaret atwood of handmaid's tale. She wrote this in a series of poll. Such a great show too by the way. I wish i liked readings. Well let me read redraw. So here's her. Poem title cicada. Finally after nine years of sn- outing through darkness he inches up scarred bar and cuts loosely emmer of desire the piercing one note of a jackhammer vibrating like a slow bolt of lightning splitting the air and leaving a smell when burned tar. Now it sets now. It sets now clinging with six clawed legs and close by a. She like a withered ear. A shed leaf ground in vain shivers in sync and moves closer. This isn't time is short. Death is near. But i i i. I in the hot sun searing all day long in a month. That has no name. This annoying noise of love this maddening. Racket is admitted.

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

07:19 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"So so what's been really fascinating is okay. So we have this like incredible magical phenom in the world where these magic data are coming out route ten after seventeen years and so all of a sudden this beautiful metaphor of us coming out of our global pandemic and coming out socialize. Elation of the cicadas that perfect metaphor allowed us to capture the larger imagination. So it's not just about like. Oh look at these incredible cicadas but there's a perfect metaphor there. I think that that people really latched onto you. Worthies cicadas during The time when the other ones were supposed to be under that came out and thought it was like spring break and wanted to party and do the art. What i saw it on really was the first emergence. The first is of emergence canal in the first week of may shortly after may may may may say was when. I first started kit collecting cicadas. Then we had a cold spell two of them in a northeastern new york and new jersey whereas collected muslim princeton and they all went back onto they were not seen again for like a period of one to two weeks so that caused great concern for me and like law. My entomology colleagues were like. Is there a concern. What because their whole strategy of Predator station coming out en masse overwhelm the predators if they come out and emerged over a period of two or three times does that defeat their their whole evolutionary strategy of survival thankfully they were horny and singing their little hearts out and so we think that they are going to survive like there are really thriving. You can always count on horn anus. And i was also going to say that is there in. This may be a question for everybody. Is there a. is there a situation. Where rare like you're you're sending you're sending the like You know juvenile's or something out out. I you're sending you're sending the more foolish ones i k- go check it out there. See what see what. See what it's like for us. Is there any mechanism. Because a lot of species. They'll they'll you know they'll be like some bird that bully some like there'll be a hierarchy and and the lower on the totem pole will kind of starve and not get to eat as much and then when a predator comes by they'll go underground and then the starving one has forced to come out i to eat and then if they're predators still around they get swept up and fill the belly of the predator and the they know the predators still out there. Is there anything like that. Going on with cicadas. I get these guys out to test the waters. I and see what happens. The first ones to emerge her to be the ones on the south facing side of a tree with good sunlight. It even if it it's on it's usually. It takes a full week before the ones on the north side of that same triple are coming. I see okay. Shane's interesting points in trump. Just just the idea of what kind of social dynamics happen in a truly solitary species that aggregates on mass select could get into some really interesting questions below ground as well as above ground like you're going to have differential size. Is there any kind of competition. Spatially in going for he areas of a route for example monte did a lot of digging and he found that chore example Brewed will go down to eight to twelve inches below the surface and then burned fourteen in the whether where the overlap will come down as well for a couple years or together at the same area but then brewed. Ten is ages goes up a few mortgages so they actually say. Read out if there's two in one area And he he always thought crowding might be the trigger that pushed a for your early acceleration but It didn't seem like that. From the data that i'd seen before he that he gathered going back to that side. I wanna i wanna go back to the food and also by the way by the way just to plant a seed of one thing that i will want to get to at some point is is. If there's like an insect kind of butter and or cheese situation that can happen any insects out there that we can milk perhaps I'm interested in. But anyway. I'll let you jack the i'll i'll happily go back. Go by but so the the fascinating okay. So we have all. These people talked about eating. Cicadas are crawling out of the ground after seventeen years. So why is it so hard for humans americans to accept the fact that we can sustainably farm and harvest insights for human consumption and fda approved facilities right so it takes us one step closer to the understanding about what you're talking about earlier shane's like we don't really know. And so that's why so much of my work is based on outreach and education because americans don't know how to think about insect protein. They don't they still think about insects as a whole and because they're so small they just think about oh. I don't want to eat the insect the whole insect. But it's like we don't think about eating a whole chicken or a whole cow right. We think about things that are played it up nicely. We don't even talk about eating cow. We talk about eating beef and steak and hamburgers so even in the in terms of the vernacular. We need help. And so that's going back to the whole idea of the interdisciplinary called action. When i'm on college store. I'm actively recruiting these college students to join this fledgling industry that barclays projects will grow from seven hundred ninety six million dollars as two thousand nineteen to eight billion dollars in two thousand thirty. We need everyone's help. We need people in english. We need business majors. We need engineers that help us. Create these new farms. We need entomologists. We need food scientists so we need artists. I there is room for everyone to participate. So that's what's one of the big revelations for me during this brewed is that there are a lot more people whether they knew it or not because of the availability of the insects crawling out of the ground that they're like. Oh let's try eating this so okay. How do we hit it and continue to work with its idea and grow this idea of inside protein in in america something. That's sustainable something. That's nutrient dance. Something that provides a solution. And so that's where i could really use. All of your helps collectively Even in just like kind of being held as scherer more of this message like talking more about it amongst your colleagues and even just be more open because there are reportedly you need seven points of engagement to adopt the new idea and so this could be one of them shane. Thank you so much for having me here barrett. Thank you for your. You're invited to be on the show and gene for your expertise..

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

07:58 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"A periodical sa- capital lightning fast kedah. Why should their what their some fractures. We don't have control over for example Periodical skied at cicadas. Have this endo symbiotic relationship with bacteria that there's two to three species that That you know the cicadas have the genome to do the needs to survive. It depends on these bacteria in but they can't survive without the takeda. And so you've got these things all adapted to this nutrient poor diet metabolising. These things to produce another cicada is more than just not is not just speeding up the sucato. We've got a speed of the bacteria to do this. And the bacteria are they are they for example of making trip to fan or another amino acid available to the scheme and amino acid. I'm not sure. I i'm not sure about all the biochemistry a but But it it. It's an endo symbiotic relationship. That's critical for the survival of the periodical. Cicadas and we're just getting monarchs on that with a number of you'll montana at chris. Lebanon connecticut and you think that the bacteria couldn't be sustained with a quick generation. Time to complement the cicadas very slow. Relatively it's just it's just another factor came to know by the just another variable and we know that the more tau the mortality underground is high. For example. i. I would estimate at a couple of these trees that that's this one cemetery at its peak la in two thousand four. We kind of three hundred fifty six holes per square meter bay three hundred. That sounds i could just like having a whole whole like like how. How can you that many. Thank you hold in the meter. That sounds crazy at a certain point that swiss cheese isn't cheese anymore the full moon at. Let's do the math here. I've got my. I got my iphone. Calcutta three hundred fifty six per square meter at each female Will produce around five hundred little more than five hundred eggs. I had a student cow. Several hundred of these things That means that that that little one square meter Assuming a fifty fifty Sex ratio will be responsible for the rush of eighty nine thousand eggs now the area under just one of these trees under one of those trees. Sis made about said that there were the equivalent of around seven thousand. Cicadas emerged and assuming again that we have a fifty fifty. Male female ratio is three hundred. Eleven million five hundred thousand eggs under that one tree. Is anyone else a little disappointed gene. Do the math in his ad. I think actually. I think those recess. Oh right already that he brought out a county. Actually it's a bogus calculates soclean. So we're talking about mostly right and then yeah but that was so yeah. We're looking. Well that's how many the three hundred dollars off the is just around numbers. Three hundred million eggs relaid. We know that we know that if it flags that'll kill half of them if they turn brad turnaround sylla's thank so we're three and eleven. Now we're at one hundred fifty seven where over one hundred million and yet the average number of adults had came out would be about seven thousand idea of how the under the underground mortality is incredible because if they turn the only about a meter in their entire life underground and so they go one way and the troops that way the roots the other way gene do we do. We know the more relative mortality of city annual or three years subpoenas now because we dig up. We're not sure what you know. How long ago they were. We can't tell later we can tell an yaw We can tell you how many eggs are in each one. We can tell you how The the Whether a is an annual or pure article later in life stage of the annual you. They're all rounder and more robust But 'cause i know and without doing. Dna work shameless wondering. Should i be an annual cicada. Three years cepeda thirteen years on your seventeen year. What am i mean if you get to pick which you might not. We know that after this life you do reincarnate as cato. We know that much. Don't we don't know which one we don't have a choice as to which one. Yeah that would explain human populations that were true because then all live throughout time that all the tire human population with reincarnate into something cicadas. They're more cicadas on the on the earth this population. Yeah so it's sort of like it just keeps growing you. Come up found something. That's pretty good. You guys guys. You guys have an appetite to talk a little bit about Food i was actually. That's that was my. That was my next question was because because like we're we're nearing i don't have a particular timeframe but i i always liked to be you know mindful of my guests time and and we've had a. We've had a fun discussion. So i don't want to Sarp making go on for too long. I'm happy to hear any other cicada stuff that you guys have. But i i did want to transition back into brooklyn bugs in e i wanna hear about first off. I do want to hear about eating a cicadas but then generally joseph. I just wanna hear Next time i remember. If i get through new york once in a while i'm in brooklyn i wanna hear about like a perfect meal for of That you know that. I should check out when i'm in town. I eat a bunch of insects. I would say the perfect meal would be at Potentially if we time it Will be a meal that i that i curate for you. A tasting menu really yelich. I you know that that really would be the finest way and something that this show. It's it's It's the perks. It's the vip treatment why i am hoping to To go back to wisconsin I am still in contact with barrett and and other professors and colleagues around the other And i i actually got interviewed at with w as the madison's radio station College radio station man. So i you know. I i'm hoping to make a visit out there But i have had some startling an amazing discoveries with with insects and edible insects because of my work would. Cicadas is just over the past few months. Mary one people somehow are more willing to eat insects than we realize. This blows your two percents. My ten percent twenty percent way out of the water because there are so many instances of people in fifteen states across america. Joseph if you think first time someone's made a fool out of me on the show. I mean you are not doing anything to make a full episode..

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

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07:00 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"How or does it happen a little more gradually where something gets a little bigger and a little bigger and a little bigger or is it more of like i. It made in nature of forgetting urban areas. The periodical cicadas are adapted to different areas of the of the natural world. You find the large desam species like upland woods oaks. And what have you. The kassai for example loves the flood plain. And so you could have had an event where you have these the the the species shit here then he once you have the the A change of where. Where's the forest because they need the forest to live. That could have been have part of this isolating mechanism. They adapt to the condition like Again modulate who have mentioned a few minutes ago wrote a paper. Wire cicadas more common in the city. All three species occur in the city and we have. What does cato looking for when she wants to lay eggs. She's looking for a tree usually in full sunlight surrounded by low vegetation because they feed on grassroots for the first few weeks or small vegeta- the reservoir ergasias vegetarian for the first few weeks and then my new year's day their age twelve inches below the surface we are in urban areas in our cemeteries. Are churchyards are schoolyards. Any place where we got trees surrounded by low grass created the ideal habitat for skaters at all. Three species can are are merging into the art are choosing these areas first of all as disturbed kassai like that could be an old oak tree. But that's next the other stories. We're seeing these things no-fly to a mile per emergence And so i've watched a naturally one oocytes as a cemetery at western society and as one center circular upland on top of a bluff. Graveyard a cemetery section. It's almost all desam about forty yards away as a grove of Bradford pairs all cassidy. Those brad prepares are planted like three or four before three merges. Go probably back in nineteen seventy or or so and surrounding area. Cast and i flew into the brad prepares septa desam state around the the the oaks. This year i was finding i found. If you cassidi flying into the oaks. I found a couple septa dozen trying out the bread for the bradford pear but in nature they tend to segregate. And so you're asking. How does this occur naturally on their if we look at their evolutionary past each of the three species was adapted to a slightly different Ecological framework if you will and we've just screwed it up by what we've done to the world that's that's helps add complexity to are are involved in what about the When you when you said that they like sunlight are is artificial. Light drawing them toward city the not so they. They'll do what they do. A lot of john do a lot of spreading in the evenings. It's the females looking for a tree that's gonna survive seventeen years And so Monte thought that that's going to be a tree what ill is going to be a guaranteed of solar energy. So you'll find a lot of these where they are the edge of the forest where they've called the truth but they're they're all the whatever the favourite tree and they laid their eggs over two hundred species of what he plans. So it's not like they've got one favourite they're going to go there but you know we are creating ideal ck to habitat which may be the refuge. A saves them in the future. Jane have you ever considered trying to Rear any cicadas or do we know any instance where people have tried to to rear the periodical cicadas. Yes in many in many cases What would people did was. They would actually take egg nests and monty lloyd this back in nineteen eighty two and i helped to gather some of the data from nineteen ninety nine Basically you take large number of egg nest and he said i tell to. It was a really took. All these agnes from from the cleveland area from brewed five. And he took them to Sioux city iowa where cicadas do not occur and he describes his notes holding softball-size mouths of cicada nymphs and then creating plots and spreading them in specific plots and they came up seventeen years later Baco further charles marlow. Who's the person that came up with the numbering system of for brood numbers. What have you he did that. Washington dc. He took egg and put him at his backyard and watch them come up thirteen years later. When you say. Agnes what do you mean exactly like digging than you you. Well you basically go to the tree and you clip off the end where the females all posited put a vial of water we know from an experiment done by moses brad Bartram the son of john bartram he in eighteen in seventeen. Sixty six experimented with the sucato eggs and he let those some some of them dropping during the flagging some of the branches that have exonerated dropped to the ground. And if you let it drop through they dry up the eggs will die if they fall on the ground and or if you put him at least on the tree or you put in a vial of water or you stick in the soil. The eggs will hatch and so he Was able to so what what Marla did is basically keep Keep these agnes of the club. Cut off the were the extra ray. The tree kept him moist with what the backyard lately is a tation person. Don't you think like if you're if you're a pet owner and you're going to get into the takeda game you really gotta and then and then you have to imagine too when that thirteen seventeen years rolls around. You know. you're excited to tell people you're sending out invites like a year or two before you're sending out save the day until to come Check out what you've done and then what if it's a dud. What if the fireworks doesn't go off. Disappointing i i will say i will say that the first time you tried that he forgot to go back. Seventeen check. oh man before. Google calendar the alert for an hour before or a day before two days before a year before two years. You gotta every yes. I've had my first long-term experiment. I started in nineteen ninety-one and i couldn't I had to verify that nine years later it was the prediction that i made that. We'd have an acceleration of abreu ten and then in two thousand one when i found that We had a thirteen year. Skaters some of my colleagues didn't believe that was real so we had to wait thirteen years for that and then the question was and then the question was these when those kids who came in the year two thousand with me say thirteen year or seventeen year so i had to wait twenty thirteen and twenty seventeen to find the answer if i were if i worked on fruit flies. I'd have this done in three months. But no i have to work on cicadas.

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

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06:50 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"Mutually exclusive hypothesis that it at least limits the amount of potential hybridization that would occur with a periodical cicada and another cicada where you might potentially reproduce in those. Those offspring would not carry the beneficial traits of the periodical cicada so right because You would have to match even if say you're sucato that Has a three year life cycle. You're not gonna hit that thirteen years or seventeen years and you're going to limit unle- predators and parasites that potentially hybridization potential with immature 's in the other light cycles course with the annual. Cicadas and the periodicals is the bureau. Periodical come out earlier than the annual. Cicadas suit also to shift when they come out in the year for them to hybridize is like the the the security clerk wasp Comes out with the annual. Cicadas and i'm sure there have been instances in the past where assum johnny-come-lately sucato k. By the still around say july the fifth of the tenth and a security are wasp scott. But it's relatively rare actually quite rare to because right now. There's no caterpillars wasps out yet. But the. Cicadas are the brute. The the pure articles kids are dwindling rapidly. Have you seen the picture of the annual periodical together this year because of the cold snaps that we pad in right out the they started. They started emerging early We had some come out about three or four weeks ago in the southern states in particular georgia and we are right. now we've had I probably say very few of eighty photographs at all of them together in the same area but we have a lot of photographs annuals. and so. that's one of the reasons why we gotta catch those indicated safari. We can approve a photograph as annual cicada or a periodical. Cicadas and so we we're generating maps those hollow. It's not our main focus But people love cicadas so with we have People reporting skaters all throughout the year. We've had reports from several countries. South africa thailand australia Cicadas coming out of those areas. But we really focus this big number on the periodical. I would love not only to hear jeans response to joseph's question about what's happening underground. But i i'd love to hear what she was about to say in terms of these long durations and sustaining predators or parasites within a thirteen year or seventeen year period. So one of the difficulties related more than yes. So is it that you have variation in the trait and some come out a year early or a year late. some do come on early. You're early you're late but too few to survive of verbally latte i've We had here in in society. Probably about one hundred fifty reports versus nine thousand. This year of cicadas. It was is that ones here and there are no sing we We all being be on the other hand. We had four year early. Cicadas come out last year in in chicago all the way from evansville across chicago bolingbrook and hot tens of places where they were singing mating and laying eggs so now we've laid the groundwork for a new population of brunei to come out in a that'd be twenty Twenty thirty seven. So it's worth no name that it's important even though you have. These very predictable protracted periods of merchants by these species since natural selection as defined by charles. Darwin really needs to have variation in a heritable trendy to have that year early or year. Late appearance might be their saving grace in a bad year Does not an and they can persist so for example if indeed brewed ten evolved from accelerating brewed fourteen They're both still with us fourteen. Those occurs fewer areas. And brew tat. And so it does happen overnight If you a. I did a paper for the academy size of years ago. I looked at all historical. Records of the of cicadas in indiana and i found a pattern that was just so take about three three to four centuries for a brood to literally totally shift to another brewed by four acceleration but We have we have an indiana cases. Where a large number fourteen cicadas. A century go now you just by twenty saudis or so sixteen twenty counties avid whereas brew ten than also a subject. I was in every county. And now we see a brew ten missing in about fifteen percent of the cavalry cerezo And now bruce's popping up and so if you take. How many years is that happened to go through all that things about three to four hundred years for that to actually take place and so this may have been going on constantly the and maybe a long term response to this fungus had hanger. The hangs around a sports the sulfur. Seventeen years fascinating. I i think you kind of already answered for me. The question i was going to ask. But you're you're talking earlier about. I'm still curious to hear the take on it just because we like talking about evolution on the show And when you're talking about two million years ago or whatever when the When the size split and there was a smaller and larger one that took off when something like that happens how how slowly and i think you kind of answered it by saying you're seeing it happen slowly now but how does it does it happen in in In small steps or are are there. These instances within In such like this where where you're having Like punctuated equilibriums whereas just the female or whatever it gives birth to Some species gives birth to both like the small and the larger or in the in the small. Don't get don't get eaten by predators as much in. The large are like really sexy. Like look at that ass. That's amazing and those those two small and large ones just really take off and in the middle ones become old old news. Does that happen really quickly. I mean quickly relative term. I suppose but but.

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

08:25 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"Their back so it's kinda rough that way they don't wear numbers on. Did you identify it in the beginning. Then that you said you are able to genetically that even though came out four years later. How did is brutes. Hadn't not were the brood for years later there are. It depends on if you've got. A area were brewed ten occurs and no other. Cicadas occur in that area out and it comes out in an area. Where is this for example eastern. Ohio's predominant brewed five and so at brewed five came out ahead of acceleration The last go round and came out during brewed one. There are no brute one. Ck's noted eastern that easter. Have of ohio. So the only population come from is five and so back to the revolution Two million years ago now you got three species in the last three hundred thousand years is what the broods evolved and and some cases the bruce might just the last twenty five thirty thousand years. So it's they're almost instantaneous. Evolution speaking that's not the thousand years is nothing for the revolution. So that's the and so when you bring in this geological model it really helps you know you look at where. This case are at ohio compared to ten. Let's say as of pennsylvania and you can see the influence of where the ice sheets were. How far do they go. South and done dow they're responding to to life in the center war. The sitter warming period the between the The the ice ages and we know that for example here in ohio brewed fourteen is adjacent to pretend fourteen getting smaller over the last two hundred years tens getting bigger. They're accelerating slowly to come out for years early now. We have insist now itself as ohio with. We've actually observed in the last thirty four years where brewed ten. Cicadas came out for years schedule. They all did get eaten and the year. Two thousand five locations had enough success at sang baited reproduced. Thirteen years later. A few hundred came up. They all got eat seventeen years after the year. Two thousand they came in massive numbers again joined by more accelerate. Cicadas and we now have thirty three locations in southwest ohio. Where they're saying mating and reproducing. We've actually seen the origin of a new population of brewed six. Cicadas and so it's what's gonna need now that there's so much interesting periodical cicadas and we've got the news media helping us and we've got things like the absolute ever. We are now seeing these secrets of the. Kate is a hell lot These the it makes sense what he'd see others. Life cycles are four years apart. You see these patterns out eastern. Us brewed is adjacent. Five jason to one There's something something that's consistent going on here now that we've seen the formation of a new population southwest ohio It's clear these these accelerations and the why would they. Why would that be beneficial. Anticipate your question you so basically. You've suggested the origin possible origin of the trait. Now let's talk about maintenance of the trade if indeed it is the made as Monty lloyd the great sucato worker who from the university of chicago had a hypothesis. And he i did some experiments on a to do didn't get to complete before he passed away But we found anecdotal evidence suggests case. When you come out for years early you may get out of sync with the fungus and so old established popular broods get it may have higher incidences of fungus if some of those people some of those of those case i think of his people. So those cicadas shift They can get lower infection rates with society on that on on that and can i. That apparently no have to talk to my thought my psychologist colleagues. Those who steady funky. But apparently that single fungus is the longest lived fungus lasting the seventeen years necessary to wade out the next opportunistically arrival or emergence of say grew ten. So this is an amazing thing is is this long duration out of the picture and of crime number. The key ingredients to To preventing predators or parasites from say Matching one of your life of this one of the suggestions. We always thought that it was too long. There's no intermediate steps that a predator or parasite could devolve to batch tune to live sustained by periodical cicadas. That turned that around or such hold on one second just because just because joseph what are you. What are you trying to show us here. Oh yes so. This is the mostra fungus nicotine that the yellow fungus has eaten the yellow white substance as eaten the bottom of this cicada And it still is very very much alive until who knows how long And it just loses its entire but it continues to lose its body mass and just continues to try to mate thereby continued to spread the fungus and it has compound similar to silla simon and amphetamines. Which kind of help it to continue on So it's tripping and on speed essentially what a way to go after seven years a crowd your first vish adults and shebang. I mean even adventurous. Humans usually don't mix psychedelics speed yet. Now it's so far out. what's what. What the correlation between this fungus and with the And with the cicadas. I mean what what when a marvel in nature although the when and what's what's the fungus the relationship with the seventeen and thirty years in why. The prime number may not be aboard. Is that if this is such a way to get out of sync with all your specialized predators whites only. Why is it only the periodical. Cicadas are doing it. And so that's some of the that some of the discussion on the other side of the coin I think that brings up shane's point earlier that they're aliens. Well i mean the gene you could. I mean there are a few things out there that that our specialty in species that just nothing else has stumbled upon ever and and what a long time to wait. I mean there. There's a there's a cost involved. They're avoiding that long of things happening and as your dormant the ice sheets or whatever else wiping you out right. That's that's a tremendous cost to be to be Dormant for wolfer seventeen. They're not doormen chain to be to be clear there eating down there okay. And the idea that they're in dia pause is in or hibernating is incorrect. Oh derrick you're actually quite active but working with a very slow metabolism. Because they're eating the zaylon which has like very little nutritional value which allows them to lie. Just slow live this seventeen year time period but i love to know if either barrett or jean what do we know about their lives underground for this whole period of time besides sucking on plant silom can i. Well the dude gobert. Well i just went to go back to the idea that if you're somehow you must be touching on chains point conferring some fitness benefits with these long durations underground. Because what is the alternative alternative is to have shorter faster. Generation times faster turnovers so that by a numbers game. Other species of cicadas may be deemed or successful on some metric so the prime number. I feel like except that these eight and four years. You're mentioning may play a role for what we haven't mentioned. And that is this idea. The second potentially competing hypothesis may be non.

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

08:34 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"Bottom you could clearly tell the the depositor That you've got to look that you've got to look at the naughty bits. Yeah no other sexual die morphism. No no size difference snow no advertising and the males nothing just just got to look at the bits Yep how do they know. How do they never jane. Well the the mail calls. The female is silent. And so the males calling and The female respond by flicking her wings response and unless it's a fungus infected Male cicadas that that that that's the ideal way for Cicadas to tell apart and then once they're close enough together and they're doing their mayday call. We do things like a study number. The took mated pairs and compare the average size of the male of the may of those successfully mating. Cicadas with the entire population found that the the mating males were actually a little larger than the overall population so size matters and important to note for the audience. So the view do flip the mail and look at the venture. You've got these large plink. Like structures called tindall's they vibrate rapidly and there's a resonating chamber below hollow area so the whole body crates while you watch on youtube body jell o. And to the fungus gene. This is a good segue to talk about him. Why thirteen years. Why seventeen or so of the three thousand. Three hundred thirty five described species cicadas. We have seven and they're only in east united states that are periodic And this album take schefter. We've got two more. That have been found that are periodical. There is an eight year. Cicadas in fiji and a four year. Cicadas in india realize. They're not prime numbers decayed articles or full. She can use. Senators are going to be able to predict every four years. That's easy come on thirteen at me. A seventeen throw me off a little. That's good to know so now potentially nine species are sell right and but those are the but again. They're they're periodical but they're not in the us. The seven species we have in the us are unique to our to the us. Now it's really interesting is with those eight and nine years is that correct or eight and four years. Eight and four eight four him. Neither are prime numbers and their Strange rations and time so the two hypotheses that tend to be presented with respect to or trying to explain better. Explain to people why we're talking about prime numbers right now. He'd be present those hypotheses and then place these eight forty year new periodical. cicadas nanotech. Might i also say one one thing just moving forward just for my own. Just so i know are all. Entomologists this Passionate about what they do. Or do i have a sampling error. Where barrett's and enthusiastic person and tends to gravitate toward other enthusiastic people three alerts in the i all right all right a non. An passionate entomologist biologist. I mean they are aliens living amongst us there endlessly fast. I just saw is paddle boarding. Just yesterday i had some fly landed on me. That had a slightly different like wing. Keller than i'd seen before some species had never landed on me before and is wow. Flies are so it just takes sing something a little bit different to be reminded of how how amazing Life as and then it bit me of course and it became all the more amazing is. Don't bite by the way changes so none of your audience. Numbers think although they ever mosses indeed and that kind of stick and kind of feel like they're pinching you or something but modal warning a little warning poke. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah 'cause 'cause males have that with a lotta insects right where they can kind of like poke at you like scary like you think you're actually a number of high monopoly. The bees wasps ants the males can give up sort of that warning turning under the third segment of the body in almost as safe a stinging hostile state. But it's because who's going to call that bluff no one and two miles so meal because are modified egg-laying link devices. So let's let's talk about math. Let's get into the theory. That's of of cicadas and rhythms and prime numbers it's it's cra- i actually. I wasn't doing sucato research. I was just reading a book about Geometry and came across this fun little tidbit. Well we've got Two life cycles thirteen and seventeen year. They're both prime numbers. The leading hypothesis. Right now if you look at the how they reject if you look at the distribution of the to life cycles the seventeen year. Cicadas are north. Thirteen year skyser south and we know for some wonderful work by reggie at all We have some more molecular data on their evolution. the common ancestor of the genus. Magic cater Three point nine million years ago diverged. Into one large species and one species the small species then diverse two and a half million in two small species are three species groups when thomas species groups both the thirteen in the seventeen year skaters. There's a septum desam for seventeen years and tread esam for thirteen years. There calls are very similar. They look very similar. All of the Decima slightly different. Coloration on the underside abdin. Then there's neo desam which looks just like sept- and decimated. The calls are very similar. But they're all about the same length and size but so we call all three of those the desam because her call so similar their patterns had to be. They'll be like so it's little back where we have the same same thing going on with the other two species. There are a seventeen to thirteen year. Forms calls very similar leading hypothesis. Is that the periodical skaters evolved from that evolved. Their thirteen year life cycle. I evolved in the future as solve the south of the ice sheets during the glaciation and And one of the ideas that the longer life cycle evolved in response this very hazardous time period and it looks like they. Genetics which is a contributor for years of development. Thirteen and four seventeen are there are four years apart but they. Sometimes i've got thirteen years case came out of for nine years and we've got seventeen years. Came came after twenty one years. Some seventy year skaters. We'll come out four years earlier in thirteen years that there's a genetic switch to can for years which by the way there's your eight and four and so the the mathematical model would be an times. Four plus one for pure out of the northern periodical. Cicadas the others. Just end times for Interest now as the now of course what really gets a singer. Squirrelly is you've got the the the retreat of the glaciers four times during the last three and a half billion years so we've got What happened most recently Not more than twenty miles north. Where i'm sitting right now. It was the extent of the last ice age. It was just just north of cincinnati by that was twenty thousand. Fourteen thousand years ago it had retreated up to north toledo as a retreated. The forest came in and moved slowly northward. And the cicadas came with it and so the thought is that if he can switch these life cycles by this four years. Those isn't warm enough to come out in thirty years. No it might be too cold. You're lugosi ice sheet. You whole lot tried other ford another four years later which had four years. How much did a retreat without enough to be more than so. That's that might be what it's been suggested the trigger between the thirteen and seventeen year groups. But we do know. There's a lot. There's some fluidity brew. Ten here came out four years ago in massive numbers and when the brew ten comes those that come out after twenty one years. It's going to be inside at the same time as brewed fourteen. And we can't tell them apart they don't wear little numbers on.

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"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

Here We Are

06:56 min | 2 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Here We Are

"That they forgot to eat or drink so they died without even realizing it. It is from them that the race. The cicadas came into being as a gift from the muses. They have no need of nourishment once they are board instead they immediately burst into song without food or drink until it is time for them to die after they die the go to the muses and tell each one of them which mortals have honored her. Wow so that's where they all started. It's where the way you said. That was socrates. I wrote that will socrates didn't have any surviving writings as far as i know. So it's through plato through translators of so couple part of my ignorance g thinking that soccer. He's road at able steps removed. Amazing why. I'm happy to riff. On on some cicadas. But i mean i i'll i'll let the entomologist fell i. Since that that's their area. It might be important to also cite the first literary inclusion of cicadas. And that's from the iliad. The ad out there on the tower. These trojan elders like cicadas perched up on the forest branch chirpin. Soft delicate sounds seeing. Helen approached the tower. They commented softly each other. Their words had wings. Gee maybe we should go in a more biological direction. Right we we. We look for first time. Periodical skaters were report recorded by europeans the indigenous peoples of the americas new bottom for centuries tally up thousands of years. But there's a piece of written by the second governor of plymouth colony. Who was the first person to write and actually write down the occurrence of the is he wrote. It occurred in sixteen thirty four. Although he got the date wrong in his book he put sixteen thirty. Three at the top of the history is from the history. The i'm glad to know people have been doing that for a long time forgetting to change the year on the checkbook sort of. It's and he's got all these things you know. They're out of chronological order for the year. Oh by the way back. He wrote and the spring before especially all the month of. May there such a quantity of a great sort of flies like for bigness to wasps or bumblebees which came out of a holes in the ground and replenished all the woods and ate the green things and made such a constant yelling noise as made all the woods ring of them and ready to death the hearers they have not by the englishman heard or seen before or since but the indians told them. The sickness would follow and so did in june july august and the chief heat of summer. That's the first. that's the first observation. Now he started writing. He wrote the first ten chapters in by sixteen thirty and then went back and edited and added things in. That's what happened. Why put it in the wrong place. He stopped writing in eighteen and sixteen fifty and if they had emerged if they did emerge a sixteen thirty three they would emerge in sixteen fifty but he didn't the next year in sixteen fifty one is when they should have emerged. That's the that's the brood that still in plymouth colony to this day and so he'd stop writing here before so it's like if they'd come out again. He should've mentioned that you've been but the now to take that one step further the i mention quickly what. Why do you think that. He thought that they were eating green vegetation. Because we know they don't they don't you what do you think that sickness was at follow because we know that they don't carry any disease or detroit's the eighty degree things because the leaves turn brown the female. Oh yes and the sickness was basically what we think is that it was a influenza and other disease brought by the europeans that that In in afflicted the indigenous because they didn't have that mute reaction to it so it was like the five escape bog so it was like it was like the five g. towers and cove ed sort of situation they have kind of around the same time. Must be a connection there. You'll you'll notice that this time. He didn't call them. Locus it cars that before though right or not. They were never called locust until the first time brewed ten was recorded which was in seventeen fifteen and that's Andreas Sandal wrote in his diary. The this this record and the church where he where he priests is still standing in philadelphia. And i i haven't received any hope that they were still skated with still emerged around the church. Because that's the brute ten mothership. I'm going to go do next month to. I didn't make any plans for by now. If that's the mothership bruton you'll go for wings since look for skins says because the the last little bit you'll you'll be able to find it a month for sure but no one to send me anything i was gonna say likewise i put out all my reaches and deals have been contacting everyone i know in any See kedah anywhere where they're merges occurs asking for like field sightings reportings. What what's going on. Do they hear it. They see it and in philadelphia of sadly heard of nothing. Oh well well what you. I'm the i designed and then helped create the apps safari and we all have a hundred ninety six thousand downloads of the app. And we now have it. I'm sorry what. What is this for the list. It's a free phone. App called cicadas safari. Which are courage as people to go. Download this app and go out on your own. Cicadas safari if you see a periodical skater you take it's picture and you submit via the app and then i have twenty five colleagues that help look at every single photograph and we've app that we have a map. Now of of where brewed ten is and We has as of today have five hundred sixty thousand photographs from this year. Loan as a grace. It's a fun. Look every single picture we've looked at emory mazing ing. And i'll those you ever get sick of looking at the cato. Pictures like Like when you when you're a cook at taco bell you can't eat it anymore. A beautiful a beautiful cicada is like how beautiful woman.

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"cicada" Discussed on Sidedoor

Sidedoor

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Sidedoor

"Up in the trees in the final days of.

Data Ethics, Then and Now With Kinesso's Sheila Colclasure

AdExchanger Talks

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Data Ethics, Then and Now With Kinesso's Sheila Colclasure

"So similar to the brood x cicadas hatch of two thousand twenty one. The eruption of privacy related news has been in the works for a long time incubating underground for something like oh seventeen or twenty years before crawling out into the open air and swarming the earth in the form of privacy laws and tracking restrictions from the browsers and from tech platforms The companies that ultimately control advertisers access to consumer data at scale. There's insects everywhere. My guest today is sheila. Kaul closure sheila is the global chief digital responsibility and public policy officer at knesset. Oh previously she spent twenty one years at axiom and at live ramp prior to the acquisition of axiom by interpol group after that acquisition canessa was set up as a standalone brand housing. All of the axiom Sort of data services offerings As her retitled suggests. Sheila is intensively focused on understanding the privacy landscape which is increasingly an ethical as as a legal quagmire. I'm delighted to have her on the podcast. She loved welcome. Thank you zachary. I am delighted to be here and delighted to talk about this fabulous topic. And i love. The insect analogy couldn't resist so before we jump in. Just tell us. How did you get into this data ethics and governance game going back twenty. One years at axiom great question. well. I started my career in the united states senate and after the senate i moved what they say is off hill and i went to work for the fabulous and very sexy american institute of certified public accountants were managed congressional and political affairs and that led me really into the policy realm as a deep policy. Wonk how do you navigate. Hit the difference between good policy and good politics. And then i had the very good fortune to have an extra at axiom and i brought my expertise and good policy and good politics and then my executive team at the time said you know I think we need to build a program around this help us in there. I began my journey

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More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

Native America Calling

01:23 min | 3 months ago

More Calls to Cancel Canada Day in Vancouver

"At least one. Large canadian city victoria has decided to cancel canada day celebrations on july. The first as dan carpenter reports the decision comes in the wake of the recent discovery of the remains of two hundred fifteen native children at the site of a former residential school in british columbia. Plans have now been shelled for the city on vancouver island to host a virtual candidate a celebration. The decision came after a unanimous. Vote by victoria city council. Instead officials say they will create a broadcast focused on the larger canadian history with guidance from local first nations. The broadcast will be released later in the summer. And focus on what it means to be canadian. Here's victoria mayor. Lisa helps right now. the likud nations are grieving And so it's very difficult for them to come and sing and dance and celebrate context change when those two hundred and fifteen children's bodies were discovered and and they are reeling and everybody is reeling. And so we're all just doing our best to figure out how to move forward. Some residents of vancouver island agree with the decision saying it might be best to cancel the celebrations this year and instead remember all residential school survivors and the victims. There have been similar calls across the country to cancel the national holiday celebrations. Many first nations held ceremonies to honor the two hundred fifteen children whose remains were discovered in may at the site of the former kamloops residential school for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.

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Cicadas Delay White House Press Ahead of Biden Overseas Trip

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 months ago

Cicadas Delay White House Press Ahead of Biden Overseas Trip

"As president by the heads on his first overseas trip since taking office he's leaving behind an issue that's plagued the Washington area cicadas as he prepared to board Air Force One this morning I just got one job earlier they got reporters traveling to Europe before the president a swarm of cicadas over ran the press charter plane at joint base Andrews delaying the flight by several hours it was swapped for another which took off for the U. K. about four and a half hours before Air Force One left Sager mag ani Washington

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A Cicada Is Responsible for a Car Crash in Ohio

AP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

A Cicada Is Responsible for a Car Crash in Ohio

"Ikeda is being blamed for a car crash in Ohio Police in Cincinnati say the big insect flew through an open window right into the face of a driver of the car crashed into a utility pole, damaging the vehicle. The driver was treated for minor injuries. Cicadas are swarming in many places across

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"cicada" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"About catos. I You know. It's the whole country's hot right now and whole countries a week ago record low temperatures throughout the east and i was there and When he started this whole it's going to be triple digits there. I'm like tony. I know where you live right now. You live in hell. That's what this is. I landed i was i was in chicago where it was high. But it was like twenty three percent humidity on on Saturday when i played golf there landed. Dca yesterday morning. And the cicadas look like. They're the size of like enormous butterflies. I mean maybe on moving towards the size of birds and ninety four degrees seventy percent humidity and these cases are bouncing off the windows of the car. I'm being driven home in. i'm like what. What is this. How quickly can i get the hell out of here. I literally to four seventy two hours. Max here i was like this is crazy. But the the the loudness toy the volume of the cicadas. I guess cicadas here in two thousand four. that's a. that's an olympic summer. that's greece. That was athens. And you in our lives yet. I went to i went to. I was in europe the whole summer. I missed that one and then means the previous year was like eighty seven. Eighty seven right. I was i spent the whole summer. My my dad just passed and went back in chicago with the whole summer there. So i to what i have lived in washington. Technically a resident of to the last two cicadas bump arguments was really around for it and you know what i ain't gonna be around for this when either so so the the plumpness of them and the chaotic.

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Brood X Cicadas Swarm Across Several Eastern States

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 4 months ago

Brood X Cicadas Swarm Across Several Eastern States

"The eastern half of the country is experiencing a heat wave this weekend. The warmer weather will amplify the sounds of billions of brood 10 cicadas taking over the region. NPR's Amy held reports. These bugs appear once every 17 years crawling up from the ground to spawn before dying from parts of the Midwest. Through the mid Atlantic. The sounds of the cicadas are peaking, reaching decibels in the mid nineties that's as loud as a subway or a motorcycle or a shouted conversation. Entomologist Jean Kritzky in Cincinnati says the trees have become coursing centers, and the males are seeing in an effort to attract Females, all part of the mad rush to set up the next generation. People delay her eggs shortly after meeting and they'll hatch in about 6 to 10 weeks and then the name soul dropped too low the ground for the next 17 years just a few more weeks until this brood quiets down again reaching its end by the end of the month, Amy held NPR news.

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We Test out Google's New Pixel Buds

Talking Tech

02:05 min | 4 months ago

We Test out Google's New Pixel Buds

"Recently as you heard. I tried out. Amazon's echo buds. Now it looks like mike. You've gotten your hands on another set of new wireless headphones right. That's right. I just tried. Google new pixel buds a-series earbuds which are available for preorder now due out june seventeenth. This google's third iteration of the pixel buds and it seems as if the buds get better along the way and a big selling point. The prices continued to go down. These new earbuds cost ninety nine dollars while they won't have some of the premium features. You find on the higher. Priced earbuds wireless. You're just apple's airpods and samsung's galaxy buds pro. They might be right for some listeners. Because those pro earbuds cost of more get into the two hundred dollars or more range but these are half that price. The main pitcher. You'll you won't get as active noise. Cancellation which basically touched a block out your environment. She can have a pure listening experience however the new pixel buds do have an adaptive sound setting which adjusts the volume to match your environment. So for instance. When i was walking around outside. I could still kind of here. A little of the ambient noise like Buses cars going by. But i. If i understand what the what it does and i didn't. I can't guarantee you that what this is doing. When i'm walking around but it's here's a loud voice. It could earn a loud noise. It continues for a bit. It will try to give you a little bit more sound. For instance like a cargo by real quickly car. Honk won't be affected. When i was walking outside. I will say though. I could still hear the constant home of cicadas which have until traded our part of the country. So you know an active noise cancellation. Earbud would probably do a better job than that. But you know when i was walking around and miss alison podcast music. I didn't find it at a problem at all. I thought it was really a really a worthwhile. You know a good product. That's either for the price

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"cicada" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

07:59 min | 4 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Mary east. I'll just throw that out there. I know for entertainment It is much different. Zombie movie though. Not like your typical. I'll got through the first ten minutes so starting he basically got through the credits and then turn it off. I could tell that the plot of the movie was going to be different. Yeah different ties movie right. Yeah they gotta get into whereas fucking locked up in vegas and they ain't telling you their lack. I said supposedly that leads. Zombie chick very very beautiful lady real. Yeah she's a model which one. I don't think he got support watch. They cut her head off though. That spoiler knocking west. Virginia wake plus virginia to give away guns cove. Nineteen vaccine incentive. Let's see that's what i bought. America offering up when everybody in a law lottery drawing for five shotguns and five hunting rifles custom. Custom made these fucking sweet s copes on with the risk of me being viscera. I've yet to get mine yet. It's strictly because. I'm waiting for indiana to give me instead of crispy green bay. I wanna gun good point. I want free case of beer. Some place to do. I want meeting stays out. Give them something. Scream comb should i. I love meat. You got that million dollar. Give away some some. That was ohio. Ohio yes you want. A million bucks. Indiana awesome states. We're giving away Amusement park like theme park tickets to i. Don't just give me scratch off like a free pie. Yeah i'm in utah. Kennywood wants out. Maybe even a lollipop shot at the doctor's office get bill still back there. Bill is not here okay. he's getting locked up ready for battle true true. I did see fast so as easy as he has not put it made. Everyone assumed nine. Even though it's not often bill feet up in the disgusting cedar and was watching crew on his june twin. Okay i thought it was may nineteenth. Don't worry boys we'll be there. I was next speaking of paul. Walker's daughter meadow calls vin diesel in his daughter family. Oh yes the s nine released days huge. I mean how does dominance say they are family million. I mean the clink fucking krona's together to know that we are all family man. That's yeah good for van. I'll tell you what going to be after buzzing through mayor vs don. I am dangerous close to throwing this on the fire stick. I got a tweet this weekend from an individual. Who did such thing he said. It's the best quality cam for the cheese ever seen. He's still campus but still stinks. But you wanna ruin it. Go ahead june twenty fifth a longtime voice. Some good friday. Friday before ties wedding all get in the car. It's pretty sad four hours. No worries try to watch We're my fire dick. I hit the play button and nothing will pop up. It's fritz lately to like j. mitra. i'm watch something like it. Something else update to get updated. Yeah just did that yesterday. Fuck still won't work. Maybe they know that you're stealing. Pirated finally got use the vpn. Nice okay through much. More versatile reportedly wants a fast and furious. Were what do you mean address. No thanks star. Lord and voting group team up together combined movie and the difference university as a hadn't thought of it that way. Yeah it van gonna come in. And he's going to be the main hero in it and if he's not gonna be pissed off and he's not going to do movie candy. Fuck it t rex off. Get off already. Boys are they like you know what's going to happen. Book and bins gonna be fucking in his car. And there'd be fucking chris pratt will be in the fucking car next to him. I think it'd be raptors. Do just with them and open a store fucking chris. Pratt going to be falling in these. Pick them up and bring them in. The car is like probably put me in that t rex taking be credible. You are right this at fifty point two thousand retweets awesome. Do people already give us fasten. Drastic now was okay joker to reportedly be co written by the original movies director and co written career taught phillips who struck a deal return. I think he hits misuse. Wasn't gonna do it. Sounds like he's back now. Maybe so he's going to be like because that was like the origin so now can start doing more bad stuff. You would think there was going to be another one nine various. Feel about to be honest but this is a perfect example. What we're talking about last week like they did not make joker with a second in mind crackly and then we can take this a little further beautiful. Jeez hopefully they do. You know. Show how he first gets into the the robin banks. I mean i would now that you say that. I wonder if there's one might allude to a little. 'cause don't isn't that one back in time around. Not bob batson do show him. Some respect is an iot. Maybe edward rhoda. What keaton bringing it back for the original. No he's doing. He's playing about men something. Is it the suicide squad or it. No i don't remember. I do remember seeing that though. He's making cameos. Maybe it is the new batman movie. What's that say. The bottom of the barrel yet. Right jaw autumn. Yeah that is bottom of fahd. That is the end of the episode. Thank you so much. Thank you listeners. If you're listening go check it out on youtube at youtube. Dot com for slash. Dpd thank you guys. hang up. Subscribe button manfred friend. New merchant store new hammer down march from the hammer down boys new gulf merch. Ooh store store dot mac. Your fucking cartoons. It was pretty anatomically correct. Wow tony good poll thank you thank you thank you appreciate you. I think that's it appreciate all. You hope you had a great memorial day weekend. Show the troops troops. Thank you guys. We'll see on friday know you..

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"cicada" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

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"cicada" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:50 min | 4 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Cicadas tacos complaint. Well, did you order this Takeda tacos and then eat them, And then you complain. I mean, what's the matter with you? If you are this acute attack us Then they gave you secured Attackers. Then you got what you ordered. Come on. One customer ordered an eight. This again. A tacos complained to the Loudon County Health Department. Not just to the restaurant. He went to the government. Which then told the restaurant to stop serving them. You gotta listen to this. This is my favorite part of the story. I think victor of Vito A an environmental health supervisor with the Loudon County Health Department, told The Loudon Times Mirror that these cicadas needed to be sourced from an approved food source. Only then Will it be fine to serve them? Well, you know, they're They're cicadas were farm raised. They were like catfish. There were farmer has. Where do you get? Where do you go? I'd like to know. I'd like to ask Victor. A veto of the Environmental Health Department is the environmental health supervisor, The Loudon County Health Department. Well, can you direct me to an approved cicadas food provider? Because that could change everything for you know Cocina on market. They need to be sourced from a farm that is inspected and certified. Well, I see a loophole there. Actually, you know, because a lot of firms are inspected and certified, but not for cicadas. So go to a farm that's inspected and certified and get your cicadas there and then you can stay here. Cicadas are source to a farm that is inspected and certified, not for cicadas, but that's not important. Padovano said he's found and or at organic farm in West Virginia, where Regan source the cicadas and is hoping the health department will approve it by Saturday. So the tacos can go back on the menu. We are waiting for authorization, he said. Say there you go. That's Z Can't attack us now we actually had there was a woman last week. Remember this woman we're talking last week. It was a woman. What channel was in on Michael was on Channel five. Was on NBC four. I apologized to Channel five. It was on NBC four last week and we played Is it in our cut sheet here today? No, I don't think it is. What was the lady's name? She was a professor from Johns Hopkins University, talking about eating cicadas. Jessica Funds Oh, Jessica Funds up. She was on local NBC last week, talking about recipes for cicadas. She sounded like this, although all pretty mild and somewhat scrumptious. It's just getting over. The kind of visceral feel of putting an insect in your mouth with a lot of people cannot get over right. Right, See, And the thing is the reason she's excited about this is because this is, you know, that's where you get these insane people who think that Memorial days about imperialism and colonialism or something like that. Dumb as a stump. Just dumb dumber than dumb people. It's hard to find people this time. Well, apparently is not very hard to find people who stuff but here shares that, Professor she this is about saving the environment. Eating cicadas is about environmentalism to the Johns Hopkins University professor. Most of my work focuses on sustainable diets. How do we ensure that we need our nutritional needs but also tread lightly on the planet? See, That's the thing. It's you know, you need free range cicadas from a government approved farm on Ben. You know you get away. She got recipes to She's got recipes. Listen to this. So what kind of diets will we see in the future? That will help address and mitigate climate change in facts, along with a lot of other plant proteins are a big part of that future diet. Yeah. Soylent Green is people. Okay? Remember Edward G. Robinson turning himself in, and then they turned him into a green chips and used to have feed the masses. How about with a little garlic and sesame oil? Having consumed the young cicadas? I guess what do they taste like? They're good. They're very mild in their flavor. Um, They're very kind of nutty, little bit like buttery. Some of them you'll pop in your mouth and it tastes a little bit like asparagus dispirited. Yeah, it's a lot like asparagus. I think that's it from that crazy person, isn't it? Yeah, That's this is this is what college campuses is. What? There. We're gonna have a generation lost in space and they will be eating Grandma, you know? Like punctuation matters. Let's eat Grandma, Um it is, you know, with a comma without a comma, very different senses that with their generation's coming up now that The world is going to be a very different place. Because teachers, unions and college campuses leftists have targeted the Children. It was their boy wasn't Lenin or Stalin or Hitler. Which one of their boys was it. Give me the Children, and I'll give you the futures. Some variation on that. They've certainly They've certainly taken it over. Speaking of nutty, speaking of the tasting nutty, Let's go out to lunch bucket joke. He has lunch bucket. Joe Yesterday was he was out there. He's not He He was out there and he's got his crackhead stripper knocker. Upper son Hunter, You know. Is the news media interested in anything happening with the hunter? Biden family? I really had that. Joe Biden, Joe Biden family. I really don't think so. We got update on the Wuhan lab leak as well. With all kinds of stuff going on there, all kinds of updates going on and poor Camelot. She got stuck with the border, and now she doesn't want to be. And she did a little interview with her friend Mika. I think it was in a hot tub there having a good time. Time pick Crazy man Crazy, Just absolutely nutty stuff. These these people Um Hmm. You know the Twitter before I get the lunch bucket job, the Twitter people they've appointed themselves the commissars of truth Like in the Soviet days. There's a headline gives Moto has the story today. Twitter. You know the people that hid the hunter Biden stories in the quest. They all did. But Twitter helped a lot. The hunter Biden stories The New York Post on the lead up to Election Day about the corruption in the laptop in the emails and Tony, But Belinsky and Joe Biden being big guy and getting his pistol, his piece of the pie from communist China with the investment deal that Hunter Biden put together on a trip. He took on Air Force two and then lied about it later on, and Joe Biden's lied about it, and he's never talked about business with his son. He lies about it all the time. He calls him every night before bed like he's his girlfriend, But he's never talked about business. Twitter may start Labeling your tweets based on how wrong you are. Police, Stanley wrote. The story forgives Moto. Twitter is one of many social media companies that's struggled to keep miss information from running rampant on its platform over the years. Actually, they've done everything they can to keep the truth. That might be detrimental to the Democratic Party from reaching that's that's kind of the thing. The latest attempt to move the needle looks to be a tiered warning labels system. That changes based on how wrong you are now we already know that these people are certified liars. They're frauds, their political hacks. They're criminals that let's call them what their their criminal they sought to, and probably did influence the outcome of the presidential election by burying stories that it turned out were true. And it really you didn't have to wait for the results. There. There were stories were obviously true. Correct, inaccurate. They were thoroughly reported He had Tony bubble in ski. On the record. We knew it was Hunter's laptop. The emails are real. The FBI had seized it. A grand jury had been impaneled. They're looking at international money laundering about the news media has buried the story. And Twitter led the way. And now the arrogance of these pups is on Jack Dorsey. They're going to appoint themselves now with a tiered system. Three levels of misinformation warning labels. Get the latest stay informed and misleading, Wrong tweets you see on the It's just amazing, so they're going to decide what's accurate and truthful, but we know that they are not..

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Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation two or three weeks ago, I was talking about the cicadas, the 17-year cicadas coming back and haven't really seen any evidence of them here in Nashville. Know, I know they're around, but I just haven't seen any granted. I don't get out as much as I used to, but still, we haven't seen much activity with the cicadas. I understand they're big and powerful, and in full force in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, and into DC. And one thing, some crazy confectioners are doing, are creating a food treat. Yes. Chocolate-covered cicadas. Are the new temporary taste Trend. Now, I've had chocolate covered in sauce before and let's be honest. You really just taste the chocolate and you get a little crunch. I don't want to say it's like a Nestle Crunch bar, but in a way it is because you don't really think about what you're crunching into that little hard part. But there are people making lots of money right now. Trying get all the cicadas, they can find to create chocolate-covered cicada treats. If you will, this is what I'm going to pass on. I've had enough chocolate covered insects before, and to be honest with you, chocolate-covered grasshoppers, tastes just like chocolate covered ants. Just a little bit bigger pieces dead.

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Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Chocolate Covered (MM #3721)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation two or three weeks ago, I was talking about the cicadas, the 17-year cicadas coming back and haven't really seen any evidence of them here in Nashville. Know, I know they're around, but I just haven't seen any granted. I don't get out as much as I used to, but still, we haven't seen much activity with the cicadas. I understand they're big and powerful, and in full force in parts of North Carolina, Virginia, and into DC. And one thing, some crazy confectioners are doing, are creating a food treat. Yes. Chocolate-covered cicadas. Are the new temporary taste Trend. Now, I've had chocolate covered in sauce before and let's be honest. You really just taste the chocolate and you get a little crunch. I don't want to say it's like a Nestle Crunch bar, but in a way it is because you don't really think about what you're crunching into that little hard part. But there are people making lots of money right now. Trying get all the cicadas, they can find to create chocolate-covered cicada treats. If you will, this is what I'm going to pass on. I've had enough chocolate covered insects before, and to be honest with you, chocolate-covered grasshoppers, tastes just like chocolate covered ants. Just a little bit bigger pieces dead.

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"cicada" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Post Reports

"This story was produced and mixed by bishops sand. With ten muldoon and emma. Talk off. it was edited by robin aamer. Special thanks to floyd shockley and the smithsonian national museum of natural history. Chris simon mike rope and gene krinsky. Who also heads up cicadas safari. It is very cool project. Where entomologists are crowd. Sourcing cicadas data for brew ten. If you would like to contribute photos and videos of cicadas you can download the keta safari app or go to cicadas safari dot. Org we'll pulling to it in our show notes and at post reports dot com. That's it for today's episode. Thanks for listening. Our executive producer is mckee. Penman are senior. Producer is rena flora's our editors are alexis de hour and ten muldoon who also composed our theme music producers. Are lena muhammed. And jordan marie smith area plotnik monies for nas gi are associate producers savvy robinson and mattel cov distant producers. I'm martine powers. We are taking a holiday weekend from memorial day. And then i will be out for a few days next week. Alexis de out will be filling in for me. Starting on tuesday with more stories from the washington post twenty. Twenty one is the twenty-fifth anniversary of the telecommunications act of nineteen ninety six the last comprehensive to internet regulation it's time for an update that's why facebook supports updated regulations on today's key issues. Learn more at about dot. Fb dot com slash regulations..

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The Cicadas Are Turning Into Dismembered, Zombie Sex Fiends

Kottke Ride Home

02:07 min | 4 months ago

The Cicadas Are Turning Into Dismembered, Zombie Sex Fiends

"I've talked about brood. X the currently emerging group of periodical. Cicadas a number of times on this show in preparation for their return across the eastern us. But now that they're here. Things have gotten even weirder than some of us expected quoting. Npr a fungus called massive spore which can produce compounds of cathinone. Amphetamine infects a small number of cicadas and makes them lose control. The fungus takes over their bodies causing them to lose their lower abdomen and genitals and it pushes their mating into hyper drive. End quote or as reported tear. Gulshan described it on twitter cicadas. They're tripping on shrooms losing their genitals and have a rampant std problem incredible stuff and quotes tripping on shrooms. You say well not exactly although there is apparently another type of fungi called opio. Cortisol which attacks cicadas while. They're underground pushing them to emerge onto the forest floor early where they then die and the fungus sprouts feta's body into a mushroom. Yeah it's wild but this other one missile bore which is infecting about ten percent of brood. X cicadas right now. It causes symptoms. That are making some scientists. Refer to the infected cicadas as zombies and flying salt shakers of death. Here's a bit more on how it all goes down quoting the washington post periodical cicadas or those that appear on a fixed schedule. I encounter the fungus when they're just underground as the insects. Climb from tree roots to the soil surface and away to specific temperature. The fungus germinates infects the cicadas said. Brian love it. A postdoctoral researcher at west virginia university. Who co wrote a twenty twenty study about the fungus about a week after the cicadas emerge signs of the fungus. Start to appear. The spores forced the back half of the insects bodies to fall off love. It said revealing in eraser like mass of fungus. As the cicadas continued walk and fly apparently oblivious to the situation the spores fall off and infect other

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Freaked by Cicada Swarms? You Could Just Stick a Fork in 'Em

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

Freaked by Cicada Swarms? You Could Just Stick a Fork in 'Em

"Much of America starting to see an infestation of cicadas but for some it could be a source of nutrition this may sound gross but the author of the eat a bug cookbook David Gordon says cicadas are filled with protein they're low carbon low fat and provided food for native Americans he says you can stir fry them bake them in banana bread dipped them in batter for tempura or top them on a pizza Gordon describes the taste of cicadas as akin to asparagus to be humane he says they should be frozen first then break off the wings and legs to reduce the crunch Gordon says we really have to get over our dislike of eating insects which is deep seated in most people in American culture cicadas emerge from the ground every thirteen or seventeen years depending on the species hi Jackie Quinn

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"cicada" Discussed on The Ten News

The Ten News

02:20 min | 4 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on The Ten News

"The idea trivia on the ten the ronald reagan presidential library in simi valley california started prepare for wildfire season in an interesting way. What did they do. Was it a spray. A layer of fire resistant foam all over. The building being built a temporary moat around the library or c. called it.

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Cicadas (MM #3700)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Cicadas (MM #3700)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. We were talking about flowers for mom on Mother's day, but if you plan on maybe having a picnic or doing some outdoor activities, you may need to watch out for the 17-year cicadas, because this is the peak weekend for the skaters to come out of the ground near the 17-year. Cicadas are the big one. And again, like their name. Only come around every Seventeen years. I remember as a kid back when they came out in nineteen, seventy, where I was just fascinated by all these cicadas. I saw when we were living in Illinois, in nineteen-eighty-seven. I was living in North Carolina and didn't see as many because you just don't see as many cicadas in North Carolina as you do in the Mid-West or in the Southeast in 2004 know, I was living in Akron. I don't really remember. If the skaters were there or not, it wasn't paying attention. I was too busy working. It's kind of funny every Seventeen years. I'm in a different city in 20, 21 of them have been in Nashville and I've been here for almost fifteen years, I missed the skaters just by a couple of years. Last time, the cicadas are here and big time this weekend. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for mother's day but it was not one thing. It's another isn't it off?

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Cicadas (MM #3700)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Cicadas (MM #3700)

"The Maison with Kevin Nathan yesterday. We were talking about flowers for mom on Mother's day, but if you plan on maybe having a picnic or doing some outdoor activities, you may need to watch out for the 17-year cicadas, because this is the peak weekend for the skaters to come out of the ground near the 17-year. Cicadas are the big one. And again, like their name. Only come around every Seventeen years. I remember as a kid back when they came out in nineteen, seventy, where I was just fascinated by all these cicadas. I saw when we were living in Illinois, in nineteen-eighty-seven. I was living in North Carolina and didn't see as many because you just don't see as many cicadas in North Carolina as you do in the Mid-West or in the Southeast in 2004 know, I was living in Akron. I don't really remember. If the skaters were there or not, it wasn't paying attention. I was too busy working. It's kind of funny every Seventeen years. I'm in a different city in 20, 21 of them have been in Nashville and I've been here for almost fifteen years, I missed the skaters just by a couple of years. Last time, the cicadas are here and big time this weekend. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news for mother's day but it was not one thing. It's another isn't it off?

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Nature at Its Craziest: Trillions of Cicadas About to Emerge

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

Nature at Its Craziest: Trillions of Cicadas About to Emerge

"In about fifteen states they are coming trillions of red eyed black bugs cicadas cicadas have been gone for seventeen years they're going to make a jailbreak they're gonna come up out of the ground they're going to climb to vertical structures Michael Roberts a professor of entomology at the university of Maryland the caters aren't around for long once they get I bowled by ball the mails will switch over to what we call a core chips on that's the sound you hear when cicadas around if he's cool she's gonna flickr wings make a little clicking noise they're gonna hook up she will move to the tips of small branches make let's in those branches deposit twenty to thirty ag he can lay up to forty six hundred eggs after six weeks the falcata eggs will mature and hatch and little maps will drop down from the tree into the ground to be seen in about another seventeen years I'm a Donahue

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Trillions of Cicadas Will Soon Emerge To Make Sweet Love

Weird AF News

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Trillions of Cicadas Will Soon Emerge To Make Sweet Love

"Trillions of cicadas about to emerge after seventeen years underground. Ugge is it's a science story. The sand of san ci- here we go films about. Invading insects have been scaring movie goers for decades but now a real life insect invasion of what are called periodical. Cicadas will put hollywood to shame by its sheer size and scope over the next few weeks along the east coast and the mid west of the. Us these katie's will emerge from underground. They will shed their skins in partake in a month. Long mating ritual making quite a scene climbing trees singing mating songs as loud as one hundred decibels the same intensity as a jackhammer in case you're wondering how loud that is. Here's a quote from a doctor and entomologist. it's a pretty big event. i mean we're talking about trillions of cicadas. that are going to be emerging. They're going to be singing colin. They're going to be find mates in your backyard. It's going to be quite aside for you to see. There are over. A dozen known broods of cicadas in the united states categorized by when they emerged together from the ground brood x is considered one of the largest and makes its appearance like clockwork every seventeen years on the dot. I think it's not that the cicadas know anything per se. I think part of it is just very hard wired. So there's a series of biochemical cascade that rise and fall that set off a trigger. And if you have a certain hormone level and the temperature of the soil is about sixty four degrees well. It's time for those cicadas to go. Once the cicadas do emerge time is not on their side. They're on a short clock. Three to four weeks is what they have to find a mate and lay their eggs before they

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Trillions of Cicadas Will Emerge After 17 Years Underground

Seattle Kitchen

00:25 sec | 5 months ago

Trillions of Cicadas Will Emerge After 17 Years Underground

"Billions of cicadas will be coming out of hiding. CBS news meteorologist Jeff Bro Delhi over the next few weeks along the East Coast and Midwest. The cicadas will emerge from the ground, shed their skins and partake in a month long mating ritual, making quite the scene, climbing trees and singing mating songs as loud as 100 decibels. That's the same intensity as a jackhammer. This

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Jack Hanna, Beloved Animal Expert, Stepping Away Because of Dementia

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:34 sec | 6 months ago

Jack Hanna, Beloved Animal Expert, Stepping Away Because of Dementia

"Life. Jack Hanna has Alzheimer's disease. In a letter posted by the Columbus Sue, the Hana family says his diagnosis was has progressed quickly over the last few months. His family made the announcement yesterday. Hannah is well known for his live animal demonstrations on late night talk shows. He retired last year. The animal lovers daughters. Say he still has a great sense of humor and still wears his khakis at home. Jack Hanna's into the Wild airs Saturdays at 11 in the morning on Wish TV. It's 5 39 cicadas air set

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Kate Middleton Doesn't Want Harry & Meghan Around Her Kids Anymore

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Kate Middleton Doesn't Want Harry & Meghan Around Her Kids Anymore

"Kate middleton no longer ones harry or meghan around her children any more. Cicadas fiercely extremely protective of her. Three children prince. George who's now seven princess charlotte. She's adorable she's five and little prince. He's just too but following the light of the big bombshell interview with oprah. Caters decided to cut off access to her children from family members that she does not trust that make sense sources. Tell me the following quote what everybody is focusing on meghan. Throw in kate under the buzz during that. Tell all interview which you sort of did remember. She said there was rumors that she may cry but it was actually kate that made negative cry. Well dance story. Didn't bother cape but what did is that. That story originated with princess charlotte and whether or not charlotte would wear tights to the wedding. It's such a silly story but it did involve her daughter. Kate wanted her daughter charlotte to wear tights. Which is royal protocol meghan. Didn't want the children entites because it was a hot day. But you know what children are like especially young children little girls. They pull up their skirts. They run around if she done a cart wheel. We don't want princess flashing her underwear. So i understand what kate is say. And then you know what even if cates wrong. It doesn't matter. She's the mom. So i think you always go with the mom here. Cicadas really upset. The princess charlotte was dragged into this moving forward. She's decided that the kids are off limits. She doesn't want meghan and harry around the kids anymore. She doesn't want them. Telling stories to the press to gail oprah about her children and so she has cut them

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Brood X: The Rise Of The 17-Year Cicadas

Short Wave

01:51 min | 6 months ago

Brood X: The Rise Of The 17-Year Cicadas

"So often i pop into an interview a little bit early. And i get to hear the guest talking to our producers and they don't always recognize. I'm there today. We see the lowly life cycle of the periodicals. Dr bugs is that you is definitely me surprised me there for a second. I was just goofing around. In my free time they recognize that voice. He's as shortwave fan. Favorite entomologist dr. Sami ramsey aka dr bugs. He works at the us department of agriculture in east here today to talk with us about brewed ten. A big group of cicadas that will emerge from the ground the spring. This is going to be the the seventeen year cicadas so seventeen years ago in two thousand four. They all emerged in mass and this year they will do the same thing again. Brute ten is one of the largest groups of seventeen years akitas. There are several species of cicadas in brew ten but they all look pretty similar. So they've got these. Bright red is on top of this black body with bright orange wings. So you're immediately struck. By how conspicuous this organism is. It's also larger than most insects. Sometimes about two inches long. Brutes are determined by geography. And if you live where brewed ten lives parts of the mid atlantic midwest or southern. Us you'll probably get to see and hear these bugs. The emerged when the ground temperature hits sixty four degrees and in some places that'll be as soon as late. April may and live for four to six weeks.

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"cicada" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

Cal's Week in Review

04:51 min | 7 months ago

"cicada" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review

"To the eastern united states. Cicadas those insects that look like a cross between a grasshopper and dragonfly which are mostly known for their extremely loud buzzing for you listeners. Who have never heard kedah the sound a bit like a rattlesnake and wind up kitchen timer going off stick to those who have heard the noise. They sound like summer. The cicadas set to emerge this spring have developed a mathematical survival strategy. They have spent seventeen years underground as nymphs and will emerge all together in huge numbers coming to maturity and reproducing furiously for several weeks. Before dying off again. That number seventeen is not an accident there are no brood of cicadas emerge every sixteen or eighteen years. Seventeen is a prime number meaning that you can only divide it evenly by one and itself and that means that predators who reproduce shorter cycles. Won't be able to synchronize. Effectively with the cicadas boom. If a cicada brood came out every eighteen years for example then all the predators on cycles of two years three years six years nine years would all be ready to eat them but every seventeen years only some of these predators will be ready a completely different group of predators from last boom and so none of them are able to adapt to making cicadas staple of their diet. You could think of this as a smart way. That sucato hordes evolved using math. The other way to think about it is again predator. Swamping overwhelming volume. No matter how many of these cicadas predators are able to eat plenty we'll be able to survive lots of animals use this strategy. Japanese millipedes for example emerge on eight year cycles in such huge waves that they have brought the country's train system to a halt several times. That's a lot of millipedes like enough to stop a train. Cicadas are sometimes mistakenly identified as locus an entirely separate kind of insect also swarms in huge numbers. Although cicadas are less than locus if you have big gardening plans for this spring it might be good to hold off until later in june. Wants the mature. Cicadas have died in the new brood of names are headed back underground for another seventeen years. Cicadas cycles are so well established in the. Us that distinct broods have been tracked since the eighteen ninety s and this summer's boom will be from brewed. Tam also known as the great eastern brewed. We'll call it the gb. Yeah you know me the. Gb is the biggest both by numbers and geographical distribution the numbers are going to be big like one billion insects per square mile big. And they're meeting call a male. Cicadas can reach one hundred decibels as loud as a motorcycle or for you. Cows.

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