4/19/13 – Dr. Hildy® and Rosalind Peterson: Oh, My! It’s A GM-Designer or Drone or Robot Mosquito or Bee

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4/19/13 – Dr. Hildy® and Rosalind Peterson:

Oh, my! It’s A GM Designer or Robot or
Drone Mosquito or BEE!

One Cell One Light Radio – Blog Talk
 Friday, April 19, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
(2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central, 4-6pm Eastern)
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 Returning Special Guest: ROSALIND PETERSON – http://AgricultureDefenseCoalition.org



~Rosalind Peterson~

~Rosalind Peterson~

 In the summertime in Florida, there are three certainties: it will be humid, there will be a hurricane somewhere in the state, and there will be mosquitoes. Everywhere, mosquitos. While most prove harmless and leave you scratching your skin for a day or two, there are other dangers to mosquitoes as they can carry diseases such as West Nile and encephalitis. But as seemingly innocuous as most mosquitoes are, Florida is in danger of being consumed by something more sinister.

This week on One Cell, One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Rosalind Peterson to discuss the Gallinipper mosquito. Approximately twenty times larger than a normal mosquito, the Gallinipper’s bite hurts and they have a taste for human blood – like a six-legged flying vampire.


Their name stems from the most likely apocryphal claim that if they nip you, they’ll get a gallon of your blood. While the image of a two inch long bug suddenly so swollen with blood that it weighs twelve pounds may seem humorous, these mosquitoes have been known to chase children and adults.

While the danger of the Gallinipper may seem real these descriptions, it is mostly harmless. Its bite hurts, but the bug only resides in low-lying areas prone to flooding – near a swamp or fields. These bugs also don’t carry human disease, so the only real concern is the animal’s painful bite should one land on you. However, due to its size, you will most likely notice it before it has a chance to bite.

The real danger, though, comes from the methods used to combat these flyingspraying - 3 menaces. For years, local governments in Florida and other areas would spray toxic pesticides in neighborhoods to prevent mosquitoes and other bugs from becoming a nuisance and spreading disease – ironically causing damage to some people’s nervous and other bodily systems. The question becomes at what point are returns on pest control diminishing when it comes to human health and safety?

Furthermore, tiny mechanical robots are being invented – while seeming like pure science fiction – are a reality at Harvard University as we speak. These robots, similar to mosquitoes, could be used to retrieve DNA information from people and other uses not known to us at this time.

Join Dr. Hildy and her guest, Rosalind Peterson, this week as they discuss giant bugs, pesticides, designer-nano insects and robot mosquitoes and bees on One Cell One Light Radio!


Drone World – What Could Go Wrong?

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Beyond Pesticides:
Beyond Pesticides.org

Beyond Pesticides.org

BEE Protective Pollinators and Pesticides
Protecting honey bees and wild pollinators from pesticides http://www.beyondpesticides.org/pollinators/index.php?pid=100
BEE Protective Managing Landscapes with Pollinators in Mind

For More Information on Honey Bees & Other Pollinators – Insecticides, Pesticides, Herbicides Visit:


Dr. Hildy’s ‘Don’t-Bug-Me’-Special KIT http://onecellonelightradio.files.wordpress.com/2013/03/dont-bug-me-special-final.pdf

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3/27/13-Dr. Hildy®, Jim and Jenni Stepp – Bocca Pura -Bill Robertson – Grandma’s Soap –and the Gallinipper Mosquitoes





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***Harvard Microrobotics Lab Website- 4/14/13 – The New Robotic Pollinators?
Robobee – Robotic Pollinators To Replace Dying Bees

Does the West Nile outbreak signal an epidemic of viral epidemics? Yes and no. – The Washington Post

Super-size this: Huge, aggressive mosquito may … [Published South Florida Sun-Sentinel – Mar 06 2013]

Mega-Mosquito the Size of a Quarter to Hit Florida

Super-size this: Huge, aggressive mosquito may … Published South Florida Sun-Sentinel – Mar 06 2013]
Super-sized mosquitoes as big as quarters which…[Published Mail Online UK – Mar 06 2013]

Quarter-Sized Mosquitoes Really Exist [Published Business Insider – Mar 06 2013]

Heading to Florida? Pack the big can of bug spray [Published Mississauga News – Mar 06 2013]

WKMG: Mega mosquitoes set to invade Florida [Published Click Orlando – Mar 06 2013]

State prone for mosquito season ripe with painf… [Published Gainesville Sun – Mar 06 2013]

Dengue Fever? Huge Asian Tiger Mosquitoes Poised To Invade UK

Mosquito Life Cycle
Malaria-Proof Mosquitoes Being Hatched – CBS News – Video

Florida Officials Consider Releasing Genetically Modified Non-Biting Mosquitoes in Battle Against Dengue Fever

Photoacoustically-guided photothermal killing of mosquitoes targeted by nanoparticles

Innovative Thoughts:
Using Mosquito MEMS to Collect DNA Samples – Science
Using Mosquito MEMS to Collect DNA Samples plus articles and information on Mosquitoes would not occur as the design of the sample nano-scale robotic arm This can be done by; pancake stacking, similar to bread racks moist sand in
Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Released In Malaysian Forest
Concerns Raised About Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes – NYTimes http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/31/science/concerns-raised-about-genetically-engineered-mosquitoes.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0 .

USDA – Search:  160 Articles On Genetically Modified Mosquitoes
WHO – 2009 Genetically Modified Mosquito Report
Genetically Modified Mosquito Preparations Reviewed At MIM Meeting
Can Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Prevent Disease In US?
Dengue Fever vs. Glowing Mosquitoes
When Mutant Mosquitos Attack – NYTimes
US AirForce Developing Terrifying Swarms Of Tiny Unmanned Drones – Hover/Crawl/Kill Targets
Taylor & Francis Online :: The Flying Public Health Tool: Genetically Modified Mosquitoes and Malaria Control – Science as Culture – Volume 22, Issue 1
April 17, 2013 – Interesting WHO Report from Rosalind on Genetically Modified Mosquitoes 
The Guidance Framework for testing genetically modified mosquitoes World Health Organization (TDR)

“TDR, the Special Programme for Research and Training in Tropical Diseases, is a global programme of scientific collaboration that helps coordinate, support and influence global efforts to combat a portfolio of major diseases of the poor and disadvantaged.
Established in 1975, TDR is based at and executed by the World Health Organization (WHO), and is sponsored by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the World Bank and WHO. http://www.who.int/tdr/news/2012/GMM_Guidance_2012.pdf
Interesting items on Genetically Modified Mosquitoes
August 2011 World Health Organization Report
Micro Air Vehicles Project – ROBOBEES

INSPIRED by the biology of a bee and the insect’s hive behavior …
We aim to push advances in miniature robotics and the design of compact high-energy power sources; spur innovations in ultra-low-power computing and electronic “smart” sensors; and refine coordination algorithms to manage multiple, independent machines.

Military Mosquito Robots Collecting DNA & Blood! – YouTube
DailyTech – Mini Insect Robocops: Engineers, Government Work on RC Insects

Robots & Drones – The original title of the page
Overview of the Micro Air Vehicles Project
INSPIRED by the biology of a bee and the insect’s hive behavior …we aim to push advances in miniature robotics and the design of compact high-energy power sources; spur innovations in ultra-low-power computing and electronic “smart” sensors; and refine coordination algorithms to manage multiple, independent machines.
http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/bio_honors/46/ First Advisor, Dr.Fernando Noriega
Semiconductor nanocrystals, also known as quantum dots (QDs), have been used in studies involving mice and human tissues, but never before in research on insects. We used QDs to study the distribution of two neuropeptides in the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the vector of both dengue and yellow fever. These neuropeptides play a significant role in the production of juvenile hormone, a hormone that controls biting behavior, metamorphosis, and reproduction throughout the life of the mosquito

Connecting Quantum Dots – the art of science – Australian Science

New opportunities for licensing Rutgers technologies | Office of the …
Autodissemination of an Insect-Growth Regulator for Mosquito Management – Randy … Large-scale Synthesis of a Library of Non-Toxic Quantum Dots for Cellular … Quantum dots (QDs) have shown great potential as fluorescent probes
Imaging Early Steps of Sindbis Virus Infection by Total Internal …
Nov 24, 2011 … It was first isolated in 1952 from mosquitoes found in the Sindbis area … In recent years, quantum-dot- (Qdot-) based fluorescence labeling has …
In Brief : Article : Nature Biotechnology
Anopheles mosquito genome sequenced … In order to mark and monitor proteins within cells, cell biologists currently use a system of green fluorescent protein … Quantum dots are tiny (smaller than 10 nm) inorganic particles with unique …
Quantum dots encapsulated with am… preview & related info …
In this study, quantum dot (QD), an emerging probe for biological imaging and … was employed to form complexes with virus and used as fluorescent imaging ..
Public Events: Dialogues of Discovery | Janelia Farm Research …
… in a microscope with sufficient sensitivity to allow single-quantum dot fluorescence. “So Eric ….. Bitten: Why Do Mosquitoes Bite Some People and Not
Others? with …
Herzog-Niesel: Designer mosquitoes help reduce risk of dengue fever
Jan 23, 2012 – Late at night, many people hear the mosquito truck spraying insecticides to control the mosquito population in their neighborhood. Imagine …
GM Mosquito Trial Strains Ties in Gates-Funded Project … – ScienceNov 16, 2010 – The trials were designed to test whether such designer mosquitoes could be successfully used to fight wild mosquitoes that transmit diseases ..

Designer mosquitoes | TransMalariaBloc
To date, generation of transgenic mosquitoes is a linear process. For example, to express a gene of interest in three different tissues of interest, requires…

PJ Media » A Drone the Size of a Mosquito Buzzing Over Your …
Mar 21, 2013 – WASHINGTON – Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee
Expressed concern on Wednesday about the domestic use of drones, saying the …

The Future Of Micro Drones Is Getting Pretty Scary According To …

Micro-Drones Combined With DNA Hacking Could Create A Very … 

Insect Spy Drones
Is this a mosquito…NO! This is an “INSECT SPY DRONE” already in production. It can be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera, …
A Drone the Size of a Mosquito Buzzing Over Your Backyard?
Mar 22, 2013 – One UAS under development reportedly would be the size of a mosquito. The domestic use of drones provides a dilemma for lawmakers.

European Food Safety Authority
EFSA identifies risks to bees from neonicotinoids
Press Release – January 16, 2013

Groups sue EPA over honey bee deaths, blame some insecticides – Date: 22-Mar-13 – Country: USA

Bee Keepers & Public Interest Groups Sue EPA Over Bee Toxic PesticidesMarch 21, 2013 Center for Food Safety Press Release

Written answers about bees (December 2012) http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/ld201213/ldhansrd/text/121203w0001.htm#1212036000385

News: 2009 debate about bee population http://www.parliament.uk/business/news/2009/05/lords-debate-british-bee-population/

2011 UNEP report: Global Honey Bee Colony Disorders and otherthreats to insect pollinators (external link and PDF) http://www.unep.org/dewa/Portals/67/pdf/Global_Bee_Colony_Disorder_and_Threats_insect_pollinators.pdf

Bee Populations in Decline, Debate Swarms Around Pesticides

Pesticides Shown To Damage Bee Brains
Regulation: Latest research adds fuel to a lawsuit calling for EPA to ban neonicotinoid insecticides
91 Issue 13 | p. 13 | News of The Week – C&EN News, Issue Date: April 1, 2013

Neonicotinoid Pesticide Reduces Bumble Bee Colony Growth and Queen Production -Science March 29, 2013
Published Online March 29 2012 – Science 20 April 2012:
Vol. 336 no. 6079 pp. 351-352  – DOI: 10.1126/science.121502 – Report

Bee Keepers & Public Interest Groups Sue EPA Over Bee Toxic PesticidesMarch 21, 2013
Center for Food Safety Press Release

Lawsuit seeks to address bee Colony Collapse Disorder and demands EPA protect livelihoods, rural economies and environment

EXCERPT: Independent scientists have assessed the effects of clothianidin and thiamethoxam on honey bee colony health and development, examining both sub-lethal exposure effects and acute risks. Scientists have also identified massive data gaps that prevent accurate assessments as to their continued safety, not just for honey bees but for ecosystem integrity on the whole. A major new report issued this week by the American Bird Conservancy, The Impact of the Nation’s Most Widely Used Insecticides on Birds, sounds dire warnings about EPA’s failures to assess threats to birds and to the aquatic ecosystems many species depend upon.

In March 2012, CFS and a coalition of prominent beekeepers, along with Pesticide Action Network and Beyond Pesticides filed an Emergency Petition with the EPA asking the agency to suspend the use of clothianidin. Yet, a year later, the agency has refused and indicated it will not finish its Registration Review for clothianidin and thiamethoxam, as well as other neonicotinoids, until 2018.
Plaintiffs include four beekeepers, Steve Ellis of Old Mill Honey Co. (MN, CA), Jim Doan of Doan Family Farms (NY), Tom Theobald of Niwot Honey Farm (CO) and Bill Rhodes of Bill Rhodes Honey (FL) as well as Beyond Pesticides, Center for Food Safety, Pesticide Action Network North America, Sierra Club, and the Center for Environmental Health…”  End  &  More Information:  http://www.centerforfoodsafety.org/

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