Ants vs. Honey | An Update on My Ant Colonies

Ants vs. Honey | An Update on My Ant Colonies

On this channel, we get to observe our ants performing some pretty amazing behaviours. We watch them move into new homes, we watch them battle enemies like mites, and we watch them deal with the forces of nature, but perhaps one of the most fascinating and favourite thing we get to observe is their feeding […]

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Deborah Gordon: The emergent genius of ant colonies

Deborah Gordon: The emergent genius of ant colonies

I study ants, and that’s because I like to think about how organizations work. And in particular, how the simple parts of organizations interact to create the behavior of the whole organization. So, ant colonies are a good example of an organization like that, and there are many others. The web is one. There are […]

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Skeptical Ants Doubting the Colony “Rumors” (Hilarious Ant Story)

Skeptical Ants Doubting the Colony “Rumors” (Hilarious Ant Story)

Greetings! Welcome to another mid-week episode of the AntsCanada Ant Channel. This week I noticed something pretty funny happening in my ant terrarium, and I think you guys might find it both hilarious and intriguing. So, if you’re new to the channel, welcome, this ant colony here is a supercolony of black crazy ants, we […]

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Civilization living around a Black Hole?

Hello mortals. Humanity, as a civilization has gotten pretty far, and at the same time it was at the brink of extinction several times. Some studies even suggest that in the year 70000 BCE, the human population dipped to less than 1000 humans because of this scumbag. Also this dude, who stopped an almost full-out […]

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What If Humanity Was a Type I Civilization? | Unveiled

What If Humanity Was a Type I Civilization? | Unveiled

What If Humanity Was A Type I Civilization? The human race has certainly advanced and developed across history, today employing sophisticated technology to propel us further and further into the future. And yet, by some measures, we’re not actually that advanced at all! This is Unveiled and today we’re answering the extraordinary question; What if […]

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My New BULLET ANT Colony

On this channel, sometimes we lose ant colonies. Death is a sad reality of life and the hobby. But sometimes, we get lucky, and one of our lost ant kingdoms comes back to life. I have some great news, AC Family. One of our ant colonies is back, having returned from the dead, and this […]

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Establishing Forster’s Tern Nesting Colonies

Establishing Forster’s Tern Nesting Colonies

[C. Alex Hartman]: Hello and welcome to the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge. My name is Alex Hartman and I am a biologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. Just behind me is the managed Pond A16 in the Alviso complex of the refuge and the site of our Forster’s Terns social attraction […]

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European Space Agency To Build Moon Colony

European Space Agency To Build Moon Colony

it is an ambitious goal build a village on the moon within the next 14 years and the European Space Agency has its sights set on doing just that we spoke to director general of the ESA about what it would take to complete such a project and how a moon village could help astronauts […]

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My Amazing WEAVER ANTS | The Coolest Ants You Ever Did See

My Amazing WEAVER ANTS | The Coolest Ants You Ever Did See

Greetings, ant lovers! Welcome to another episode of the AntsCanada ant channel, a mid-week episode to help you get through your hectic week! Today we look at my extremely interesting colony of weaver ants, we call on the channel the Emerald Empire. They surprisingly decided to start nest building this week, so I felt it […]

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Literature Survey using Web of Science

Literature Survey using Web of Science

This is the second part of the Literature Survey module, on how to use tools such as Web of Science and Scopus to collect bibliographic data on to your desktop. The objective being that these data can then help you write an article or your thesis and populate the bibliographic fields in your thesis without […]

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