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Can grasshoppers kill you emma watson

Published: 02:08 BST, 14 November 2012 | Updated: 10:56 BST, 14 November 2012

Grasshoppers have changed their mating calls to cope with traffic noise, said scientists yesterday.

The bugs boost the lower frequency sounds in the ‘song’, made by rubbing their hind legs against their wings, so they can be heard amid the din.

Researchers took 188 male grasshoppers from quiet and noisy habitats, and made 1,000 recordings of their responses to a female’s call.

Change: Grasshoppers have changed their mating calls to cope with traffic noise, said scientists yesterday

The German team said those from near roads alter the part of their call which can be masked by traffic. Other studies have shown how noise makes birds change their sounds but this is the first to show insects do the same.

The new study, published in the British Ecological Society’s journal Functional Ecology, is the first to show that man-made noise affects natural insect populations.

Scientists from the University of Bielefeld in Germany caught 188 male bow-winged grasshoppers, half from quiet locations and half from near busy roads.

The team exposed the male grasshoppers to a female insect and recorded their courtship songs to examine the differences in sound.

The analysis of almost 1,000 recordings revealed grasshoppers living beside noisy roads produced different songs to those living in quieter locations.

Ulrike Lampe who led the study, said: ‘Bow-winged grasshoppers produce songs that include low and high frequency components.

‘We found that grasshoppers from noisy habitats boost the volume of the lower-frequency part of their song, which makes sense since road noise can mask signals in this part of the frequency spectrum.

Fascinating: The German team said those from near roads alter the part of their call which can be masked by traffic

‘Increased noise levels could affect grasshopper courtship in several ways.
‘It could prevent females from hearing male courtship songs properly, prevent females from recognising males of their own species, or impair females’ ability to estimate how attractive a male is from his song.’

The bow-winged grasshopper is a common species in Central Europe. Adults occur mainly between July and September, preferring dry grasslands.

The male’s song consists of two to three second-long phrases that increase in amplitude towards the end.

The beginning of a phrase is characterised by slower ticking sounds that increase in speed and amplitude, leading to a buzzing sound towards the end of the phrase.

A courtship song usually includes two to six phrases.

Can grasshoppers kill you emma watson

Published: 11:48 BST, 1 October 2013 | Updated: 11:53 BST, 1 October 2013

With millions of people across the world living in urban slums and an ongoing food shortage in poor countries, students from Montreal have come up with a novel and sustainable food source – flour made from insects.

Dubbed Flour Power, the team from McGill University plan to farm grasshoppers in poor areas of countries including Mexico, Thailand and Kenya and turn them into flour for bread and other foods.

It will provide a sustainable, year-round source of food as well as provide an extra business opportunity for local farmers.

Students from Montreal recently won $1million to turn grasshoppers, pictured, in poor countries into flour to be used as a sustainable food source. Dubbed Flour Power, the team from McGill University plan to farm the insects in areas of countries including Mexico, Thailand and Kenya

Around 10 tonnes of grasshoppers are due to be delivered to Mexico by March. Farmers will turn them into flour for bread and distribute the protein-rich substance to poor areas

The proposals have now won the 2013 Hult Prize and the five students received $1million to turn the plans into reality.

Out of 10,000 college and universities, six teams reached the final of The Hult Prize; a social-entrepreneurship award for students presented by former President Bill Clinton.

This year’s challenge was to create a ‘ social enterprise that will secure food for undernourished communities, and particularly for the 200 million people who live in urban slums.’

‘This is our chance to empower the next generation and solve some of the world’s most pressing issues,’ said Ahmad Ashkar, Founder and CEO of the Hult Prize.

‘Almost a billion people go hungry every day and without new solutions, food security issues are likely to get worse.’

The Flour Power project was created by MBA students Mohammed Ashour, Shobhita Soor, Jesse Pearlstein, Zev Thompson and Gabe Mott, who call themselves the Aspire Food Group.

They plan to collect a crop of grasshoppers from infested alfalfa fields and distribute them to farmers in Oaxaca, Mexico.


The insects are caught, washed and drained.

They are then dried and placed in a sealed freezer bag to kill them humanely.

Each insect is washed again and are dried out in an oven.

They can then be ground until they resemble the consistency of wheat germ.

Insect flour can be used for bread, in cakes, soups, stews, sauces and more.

Each farmer will be given containers that help them harvest the insects, before the bugs are ground into a protein-rich flour.

Around 10 tonnes of grasshoppers are due to be delivered to Mexico by March 2014, and the group plan to extend the initiative to other insects in the future.

The insects are dried and placed in a sealed freezer bag to kill them humanely.

Each insect is washed again and dried out before being ground to resemble the consistency of wheat germ.

This flour can be shipped to local businesses and bakeries to be turned into bread, tortillas and other flour-based food.

Aspire Food Group travelled to Thailand, Kenya and Mexico to learn more about slum conditions and how these regions already farm and eat insects.

According to a report by the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, insects are eaten by around 2.5 billion people worldwide.

The Flour Power project was created by MBA students (from left to right) Jesse Pearlstein, Shobhita Soor, Zev Thompson, Gabriel Mott and Mohammed Ashour who call themselves the Aspire Food Group. The 2013 Hultz Prize was awarded to the team by former President Bill Clinton (second from left)

Kaia Gerber Just Debuted Baby Bangs On The Miu Miu Runway

Baby bangs-that is, fringe cut intentionally shorter than your eyebrows-have been trending since the beginning of the year. But it appears that the polarizing haircut trend is here to stay, at least until the end of spring 2019. Model Kaia Gerber just hit the Miu Miu spring 2019 runway in Paris wearing one of the boldest baby bangs looks we’ve seen this year.

“The Miu Miu show this season has been so full-on. The Miu Miu girl is tough, sophisticated and always rebellious, so to celebrate this, I’ve done so many haircuts, like bobs and short cuts at this show, as well as a half-wig/half-real hair look,” hairstylist and Redken Global Creative Director Guido Palau explained backstage. Gerber’s hair is likely a combination of her real hair and a faux bangs, with some extra extensions added in for length.

© Getty Images Kaia Gerber Just Debuted Baby Bangs At Miu Miu

“My key product for this show was Redken Wind Blown 05to get texture in the cuts, then I used Redken Forceful 23to enhance the severity of the looks. I also worked with Redken Global Creative Color Director Josh Wood, who colored the wigs using Redken Color Gels Lacquers and Redken Shades EQ to get the wigs to match the girls’ natural hair colors exactly,” says Palau. “The looks at the show are inspired by tough girls in the late 60s and early 70s, like a rebellious girl that would cut her fringe in an extreme way. That’s why you’re seeing these extreme lengths at this show.”

Just a few hour earlier, Gerber walked in the Chanel spring 2019 beach-inspired show with her hair in a much more natural style: loose waves that were center-parted and lightly pulled back into a half-up ponytail.

© Getty Images Kaia Gerber Just Debuted Baby Bangs At Miu Miu

Baby bangs have popped up on the foreheads of major fashion and beauty influencers over the past several months. We’ve even seen them on the red carpet on Emma Watson, Sofia Boutella, and Emma Roberts. “I’m obsessed with baby/micro fringe,” says celebrity hairstylist Christopher Naselli. “It’s the perfect way to make your haircut modern and open up your face. It’s an edgy statement but yet super soft.”

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s ‘Looper’ to open Toronto Film Festival

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s sci-fi thriller is selected for Toronto’s opening night.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s thriller Looper will be the opening night movie for the Toronto International Film Festival.

The science fiction film, which sees Gordon-Levitt reunite with his Brick director Rian Johnson, will kick off the annual event on Thursday, September 6.

Bruce Willis, Emily Blunt, Jeff Daniels and Paul Dano also star in Looper, which centres on an assassin from the year 2042 who is given a mission to kill his future self.

According to Variety, Ben Affleck’s Argo, Terrence Malick’s To the Wonder, controversial Paul Thomas Anderson drama The Master, the Jake Gyllenhaal-led crime thriller End of Watch and Emma Watson’s The Perks of Being a Wallflower are among the 40 to 50 titles screening at the festival.

Other notable inclusions are The Wachowskis’ long-awaited Cloud Atlas adaptation, Hyde Park on Hudson, Silver Linings Playbook, The Place Beyond the Pines and Anna Karenina.

Joss Whedon’s take on Much Ado About Nothing, the new Great Expectations film and Kristen Wiig-starring Imogene are also being shown.

In previous years, the Toronto International Film Festival has awarded its ‘People’s Choice’ award to The King’s Speech, Precious and Slumdog Millionaire. All three films went on to secure Academy Awards after their Toronto debuts.

The Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 6 to September 15.

Watch Digital Spy‘s recent interview with Joseph Gordon-Levitt below:

‘The Circle’ Trailer: Is Tom Hanks a Villain for Once? (V >

Emma Watson evades Hanks’ big brother-like tech giant

STX has just released a new trailer for their upcoming thriller “The Circle,” and it is filled with intriguing elements: A “Black Mirror”-esque distrust of technology, Emma Watson and John Boyega sharing the screen together, and Tom Hanks as a…villain?

Watson plays Mae, a bright young lady who gets the job of a lifetime at a top-tier Silicon Valley company called The Circle. She quickly rises through the ranks, but then something weird happens. The company’s CEO, Eamon Bailey (Hanks), wants her to be a part of a project that could help her ailing father with his MS. But that project requires her to completely sacrifice her privacy, turning her life over to countless cameras controlled by The Circle. With the help of the project’s lead designer (Boyega), she tries to dive deep into The Circle to find out what Bailey is really planning.

“Boyhood” star Ellar Coltrane also stars in the film as Mae’s boyfriend, with Karen Gillan, Patton Oswalt, and Bill Paxton also in the cast. Based on the Dave Eggers novel of the same name, “The Circle” is directed and written by indie director James Ponsoldt, who has directed Sundance hits like “Smashed” and “The Spectacular Now.”

“The Circle” hits theaters April 28. Watch the trailer in the clip above.

All 13 ‘Black Mirror’ Episodes Ranked, From Eerie to Horrifying (Photos)

Every episode of Netflix’s “Black Mirror,” about how technology reflects and distorts our real lives, is a little scary. Some will just shake your worldview. Others will make you want to throw your cellphone and laptop in the trash. We ranked the episodes from least to most scary.

Season 3, Episode 4: “San Junipero”

This is an unusual “Black Mirror” episode — though it’s disturbing at times, it’s really pretty uplifting.

Season 1, Episode 2: “Fifteen Million Merits”
This twist on “American Idol,” in which people are coerced into doing things they don’t want to do, is too much like real life to be scary. Depressing, yes. But not really scary.

Season 2, Episode 1: “Be Right Back”
It’s not horrific, just heartbreaking. This episode, starring Hayley Atwell and Domhnall Gleeson, looks at what makes us human, and what qualities our loved ones can’t replace when we’re gone.

Season 2, Episode 3: “The Waldo Moment”
An insult-spewing cartoon character inserts himself into politics? Many people find this scenario all too familiar.

Season 3, Episode 6: “Hated in the Nation”
This story about a killer hashtag and Terminator bees is good, but a little too “Sharknado”-like to be truly scary. Unless you’re very, very afraid of bee stings.

Season 3, Episode 1 — “Nosedive”
This is only scary if you’ve ever had to give a wedding speech — which is, of course, pretty scary. It’s also a scarily accurate critique of our obsession with seeking online validation from strangers.

3. Season 1, Episode 1: “National Anthem”

The starkness of the humiliation for the prime minister in this, the first episode of “Black Mirror,” is awful. What’s scariest about it is that he simply has no way out.

Season 2, Episode 4: “White Christmas”
The sheer coldness of this episode is upsetting, and it will especially get to people who have issues with isolation and claustrophobia. Seasons greetings!

Season 2, Episode 2: “White Bear”
A woman is hunted for reasons she doesn’t understand. This one has lots of frightening moments and images, and the uncertainty throughout is jittery and no fun. The fact that it’s so over-the-top might give you some comfort. since nothing like this could ever happen in real life . right?

Season 3, Episode 2: “Playtest”
It starts light and stays fun, until a man is asked to spend a night in a creepy house. There are some scares, then horrible shocks. Worst, the episode asks questions about memory and identity that linger long after the episode.

Season 3, Episode 3: “The Entire History of You”
If you’ve ever been in love, this one is very, very scary. Paranoia can’t save you from pain.

Season 3, Episode 3: “Shut Up and Dance”
How upsetting you find this episode will depend a lot on what kinds of things you do online, and how scared you are of other people finding out. There’s a pervasive sense of menace and uncertainty throughout this episode that may make you think less of humanity long after the episode ends. The most frightening thing? It’s completely realistic.

Episode 3, Season 5: “Men Against Fire”
This starts out as a war story with lots of grotesque images, but the most frightening thing is the truth it tells. This is one of the most painful stories ever told about why we fight.

If you liked this gallery, you might also like this list of All 13 “Black Mirror” Episodes Ranked From Good to Mind-Blowing .

Finally, here’s everything we know about “Black Mirror” Season 4.

Want to watch Netflix’s brilliant series, but kind of a scaredy cat? Watch the episodes in this order

Every episode of Netflix’s “Black Mirror,” about how technology reflects and distorts our real lives, is a little scary. Some will just shake your worldview. Others will make you want to throw your cellphone and laptop in the trash. We ranked the episodes from least to most scary.

As Vin Diesel confirms Fast and Furious 10, here are 11 of the longest running film franchises

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After it was announced that Saw would be returning for an eighth installment and Fast and Furious will keep going until they hit 10 movies, we round up some of the longest running film franchises in recent history.

Despite releasing Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter back in 1984, Paramount Pictures and New Line Cinema collectively put out a further 8 movies, giving the franchise a whopping 12 films in total.

Friday The 13th (1980)

Friday The 13th Part II (1981)

Friday The 13th Part III (1982)

Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter (1984)

Friday The 13th: A New Beginning (1985)

Friday The 13th Part VI: Jason Lives (1986)

Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood (1988)

Friday The 13th Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan (1989)

Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)

Freddy vs. Jason (2003)

Friday the 13th (2009)

The Muppets: 8 Movies

Kermit came back for a staggering 7 movies after the original Muppet movie in 1979. That’s a lot of acting for a small frog.

The Muppet Movie (1979)

The Great Muppet Caper (1981)

The Muppets Take Manhattan (1984)

The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)

Muppet Treasure Island (1996)

Muppets From Space (1999)

The Muppets (2011)

Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

Star Trek: 11 Movies

Paramount Pictures have produced 12 Star Trek movies and there’s a further movie coming later this year. Between the original series, the next generation and the reboot series – which takes place in an alternate time line – the movies have captured fans imaginations for more than three decades.

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)

Star Trek II: The Wrath Of Khan (1982)

Star Trek III: The Search For Spock (1984)

Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986)

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989)

Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

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