I have been conducting research on BSF for the past 13 years- and published a few articles on its biology. Anyone interested in collaborating? South Africa is not out of the question!
Hi john I stay in pretoria and I have been searching for BSF for the last month and a half. I see that you build bins for Black soldier fly s is it possible if I can buy some from u. My e-mail is email@example.com
I love very much like that it took 6 years half a decade to find that mistake mess up.
ok so i got to lookin at ur recipe...and how the hell do u get 2 tbsp cup of oil and honey? Is there new measurements i should be aware of? Lmao. Thats as bad as my mom ordering a small medium drink!
It's the Manhattan Municipal Building.
Great stuff! it makes me wanna make one...
you're my hero and have inspired me....
that someone still has a copy of that photo
i am totally prepared to share information on your findings.
Fingers are faster than brain.. thats "share"
Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
I am building waste disposal bins that accomodate black soldiers flies for the purposes of waste reduction. I wonder if you are prepaired to shair information on our findings?
Do u want to know how black soldier flies behave in the tropics. Im a Ghanaian and currently researching on the behavior of black soldier flies in the tropics as part of the requirements to fully graduate from university. Its amazing the way they are abundant in the tropics and they feed at a very fast rate. Im currently investigating their rate of feeding on different food stuffs in the tropics. Its amazing what I have come to realise. They are so active in the tropics.
love it ..
whoa! i had not heard of Paul Smith. it's obvious from http://www.paulsmithfoundation.org/time_lapse_01.htm that the images are clearly in his mind as he works. it's almost like just rendering another image (i can see that most are probably based on photographs or similar). very interesting and impressive display of patience and artistry.
I look like Spock! Even my friends say so. But I take it as a complement.
Very nice! This one looks like ART!
nathan who nice to see what?
nice to see
OMG that is the ugliest thing I ever saw! I can't believe you attached that handsome MBP to some...some ply wood you found on the streets and a fan you ripped from an even nastier PC OMG!
But seriously that was a smart and creative idea. The construction looks solid with a huge amount of airflow. I 'd love to see you slap some Murphy's Oil and a wood stainer on that wood to bring out more of the color. Keep up the good work.