Not teamwork more like slavework,ants work for their Queen and the colony and doesn’t have individuality. We cannot relate them to humans like some people in comment section are doing.That’s what makes it hard
How to get rid of Sugar Ants?Ask yourself are you ready to die for your president? Or for your monarchy? Or for your countrymen? For your information we did co operate with each other and built this society look around everything we built and have is a collective effort of all the living and the dead.i know ant society is complex and they work as a team and we can learn few things from them. All of the human haters and blamers can ping me when ants make their own smart phone or something.
The ability to cooporate well, have nothing to do with slavery. It simply means that in the case we are a certain number of people trying to solve a problem (any kind of problem) we can do it with higher or lower amount of intelligens.
We have learned a lot by watching nature and we imitate or have been inspired by it. So why wouldn’t we let ourselves learn some thing from the ants?
They work well together as they are programmed robots of a hive mind. Humans have an individual mind. So therefore we cannot ever work together like ants….unless you want to meld your consciousness with the rest of humanity. Not this gal. Too many lazy and depraved humans out there.
Why do small red ants eat our house shirts,shorts,pajamas,and some ternos of my daughters wardrobe? thats why when i saw it i shock and say what a bad,they do a small hole in it.
Got a misundertanding here — if you touch a hot pan, it’s a reflex action that gets you to pull your hand back as quickly as possible — and reflexes only go to the spine and back. Yes, your brain will also register the pain, but the signal to pull back happens before your brain even knows (not that we notice the difference) try this best zero gravity chair to help.
There are 2 types of pain reaction in our body, one is signal from brain,another is directly from spinal cord. In such case which accidentally touched a hot pan, the reflex signal is directly coming from spinal cord.
I’ve had my arm broken with a bat I thought it was just a scratch so they put screws it too hold it together A high tolerance of pain I have or the docs to say and my dances Mind control is Everthing
Is there a way to bypass or shut off those sensors? Or a way to leave the gate closed, or short circuit the matrix? Also, I have chronic migraines (and pain). Are the migraines NOT coming directly from the blood vessels in the brain?
This would most likely break my neck i have cage in and have to even be careful the way i move be careful with things like this as you may have damage in your spine or back make sute you have a MRI before even thinking of using the if you have worn or brittle bone or are a older person be cateful
There is a condition called Hangman’s fracture and best zero gravity chair can help . If someone had this condition and used this device it might paralyze them. I would consult a doc before trying this device, especially older adults.I loved my Teeter Hangup, did my back a world of relief. I used it every day until I could no longer get in it (due to MS). Did wonders for hurting backs, you Don’t even have to do a full inversion, a 45 degree angle works just fine if you Don’t trust it. You’re able to work up to a complete inversion. It is safe up to 300 lbs
It’s not his shoulder cartilage you bimbo. It’s the muscle fascia that’s tightened up restricting movement. This kind of thing is very common in construction workers and would recommend a best zero gravity chair . 15 minutes of research goes a long way Fascia can be restored to normal state by stretching and manipulation because it is a connective tissue. The patient has done all of that and no improvement. “Dr. Thor” over here is trying to create space btw the humerus head and glenoid which is a tempoary solution to ease friction. One sleep and the joint will be back to square one.The guy was a construction worker. He has massive rotator cuff tears in both shoulders! He is going to need surgery either way…whether it’s to repair the cuff or will most likely need 2 shoulder joint replacements!
Once you help bring heat to fascia your body can naturally release the tension and best zero gravity chair helps with that. And help improve your ROM and the improvement stays. If you have more treatments you ROM with improve more. Fun facts fascia is close to 2,000 square pounds per inch strong
My sister had two daughters and a son. One of the daughters died at a month old one of them died at 2 months old from SIDS. Her son died 11 months old of a cerebral hemorrhage, which she had to pull the plug on him in three days due to his brain dead. He was buried on his first birthday. To this day 45 years later she still is not okay, it left for mental Disturbed. There are monitors out there that you can get for your children PLEASE PLEASE get ONE and use them to your child’s at least 5 years old. I am so truly sorry for anybody that has to go through SIDS or anything else wrong with a child God bless you all. Watch Them when the bottle feed.
Saying sorry for your loss seems quite inadequate. I am sure words are cheap. But putting yourself out their to help others is so very admirable. I think the pediatric academy of medicine should make it a standard of care and require insurance companies to cover the cost. It would save so many lives!!!!!
Baby monitors are important. Make sure your baby sleeps in a safe environment and be cautious when using hammocks. Ensure you have the correct infant car seat.
While shopping with the parents of my soon-to-be grandchild last year much to my delight we spent a lot of time that day looking at books. It made me smile to see my son pick up familiar books from his childhood including a favorite, Shel Silverstein’s Where the Sidewalk Ends. At a year old my grandson has a growing library and many adventures in reading in his future!
Totally agree that no child hates to read. I had a child who did not read. Until I found the Serendipity collection of children’sbooks, each with a moral to the story. He along with my other children could not put them down, I think there were 60 of them if I recall right.
When I was an elementary school librarian, I made it my mission to find that one book that would hook a reluctant reader. Your list is wonderful. One of my favorite books was “Roxaboxen”, by Patricia McLerrin. A wonderful story about the joys of imagination. I don’t know how you can include them all because there are so many wonderful books.
I used to think reading is as natural as breathing. Then I was blessed — and I mean truly blessed — with a child who would go to great lengths to avoid reading, who was eventually diagnosed with dyslexia. So yes, my truly hated reading; however, loved when I read aloud. Somehow, this child is now in college and while reading is not a favorite activity, does enough to do very well in school.