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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2020, 12:04:PM »
  How Long Do Midges Live?
A swarm of midges

Midges mate and lay eggs during the summer months each year. The eggs are laid in boggy ground or ground vegetation and hatch into larvae. Egg hatch takes less than 24 hours.

This stage of the life cycle is followed by four larval stages. During larval stages, these creatures live as omnivores/ detritivores in the water films of the surface layers of the soil. The final larval stage then overwinters.

In late spring or early summer, (as day length and temperature increase) there is then a short pupal stage which takes 1-2 days. After this stage, the adult midge will emerge.

Non-biting males will sometimes emerge before the biting females. Sometimes, bivoltinism (a second generation within the midge season), and sometimes even a third generation, takes place. In this case, the generation period is recognised as around 6 weeks.

During the summer mating season, males will find a female with whom to mate and will then die off. The females will lay their first lot of eggs without needing a blood meal. They can then lay up to three further batches of eggs, depending of the weather and their survival, over the summer months, requiring a blood meal for each subsequent batch, before dying off as autumn weather arrives.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #16 on: October 09, 2020, 12:07:PM »
Midge Bites 

Midge bite on a woman's leg and feet
As mentioned above, female culcoides impunctatus need an abdomen full of blood in order to lay their eggs and perpetuate the species. It is the fact that they bite humans that has given these midges their fearsome reputation.

The female midge’s mouth parts – fine toothed mandibles and maxillae, work like two saws, cutting through the skin. The midge then excretes a saliva into the wound, which keeps the blood from coagulating, creating a pool of blood upon which to feed.

It is the physical way in which a midge bites that accounts for the notorious pain we experience when bitten by them. If left undisturbed, a female midge will remain there, feeding, for 3-4 minutes, taking an average of 2 µl of blood.

When we (or another mammal) is bitten by a midge, the body responds by releasing histamine at the site of the wound. This results in the characteristic itching and swelling of the bite. Some people will have a stronger immune response, and will get big red lumps at the site of bites, while other people will see only a small red mark at the bite site.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #17 on: October 09, 2020, 12:11:PM »
Why Do Some People Get More Midge Bites than Others?

Those who have spent much time in the Scottish Highlands will already know that some people are more ‘attractive’ to midges than others. Some people can spend time around midges and get few bites, or none at all, while other people can be covered the second they step outside.

Lots of theories, from diet, to body type, to being a smoker or non-smoker, have been put forward to explain this phenomenon. In recent years, however, scientists have examined those who midges seem to avoid to see what they have that the rest of us do not.

It seems that it is a specific chemical hidden in body odour that midges seem to hate. This chemical has been identified as ketone. Some people have lots of this natural midge repellent, while others do not. This is believed to be hereditary, and scientists are working on isolating the gene. One day, this may lead to a pill which can turn everyone into a natural midge repeller.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #18 on: October 09, 2020, 12:17:PM »
  Midge Habitat 

Macro of a Midge Pollinating a Wildflower
Culcoides impunctatus in Scotland are found in highest numbers in the Western Highlands. It is here that the ideal midge habitats are found. However, in smaller numbers, midges can be found across most of the country where areas of damp soil for breeding can be found.

Midges prefer to lay their eggs in damp, boggy ground, and acidic peat soils in particular. This is why they are found in the Western Highlands in such high numbers. Female midges tend to bite in close proximity to their breeding site, though they have been found as far an 1km away.

While midges get human blood when they can, the majority of the blood they feed on comes from cattle, sheep and deer, so they can often be found in largest number close to locations where such creatures can be found.

Midges are worse in sheltered glens than they are on peaks or exposed locations. Midges are far less common at elevations over 500m.  Sheltered locations with high rainfall and high humidity tend to be where you will find the highest concentrations of biting midges.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #19 on: October 09, 2020, 12:20:PM »
Midge Activity & Seasonality

A swarm of midges
While biting midges are abroad in Scotland between May and September, with some outliers hitting the skies in April and October, July and August are generally considered to be the time when midges in Scotland are at their worst, in the average year.
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« Reply #20 on: October 09, 2020, 12:23:PM »
When Are Midges Worst in Scotland (The Best Time to Avoid Them!

Astoundingly, during the height of summer, when midges are at their worst, these tiny creatures can be a true impediment to forestry, agriculture, and for all those spending time working outdoors.

The Forestry Authority have estimated that of the 65 working days each summer, as much as 20% can be lost due to midge attacks preventing workers from doing their jobs. The impact of midges on the tourist industry in financial terms is unknown, but it is clear that during peak season, midges do have an important role to play in driving people away from many of Scotland’s wild and beautiful locations. It is estimated that the Scottish tourist industry loses around £268 million each year because holidaymakers stay away during midge season. (Bad news for some, but good news, perhaps, for those who enjoy spending time in nature undisturbed by tourist hoards.)

The times to avoid (when midges are at their worst) can also depend on the weather conditions in a given year. A warm, damp spring can often see midge numbers rocket. Midges are also worse throughout the spring, summer and early autumn when the weather is humid and still. If summer is warm and wet, midges can still be bad later in the summer and into the early autumn, as subsequent generations arise. A late approach of autumn with warm, wet conditions into September can also prolong the midge season.

Interestingly, a harsh, cold winter has little or no effect on midge numbers the following season. In fact, when Scotland had a particularly cold and severe winter in 2010, scientists found that the following summer was actually a bumper year for midges. Midges in larval stage remained safe below the ground, but the cold weather killed off more of the midge’s natural predators such as bats and birds, and so midge numbers were higher.



You are far less likely to encounter severe midge problems if visiting Scotland when the weather is cloudless and dry. When the sun’s penetration through cloud drops below 260 W/m2, midges come out to play and when it drops below 130 W/m2, midges can reach problem levels.

Higher winds (midges cannot fly in winds over 7mph) can also help to keep midges at bay. A hot, dry June or early July can reduce the likelihood of subsequent midge generations.

If you are planning a camping holiday, or planning to otherwise spend time outdoors in Scotland’s midgier areas during the summer months, checking the weather forecast for the area you are visiting should help you to determine how bad the midges are likely to be.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #21 on: October 09, 2020, 12:25:PM »
What Time of Day are Midges Most Active? 

Another thing to bear in mind if you are visiting an area where you expect to encounter midges is that they are at their most active in the early morning, just before dawn, and in the evening, as light levels begin to fall. While midges do bite at any time of the day, you are less likely to be bitten if you are avoid spending time outdoors at the beginning and end of the day.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #22 on: October 09, 2020, 12:31:PM »
The Midge Forecast

   


Visitors coming to Scotland during the summer months can also check the midge forecast, which will tell you how severe midges are likely to be on a given day in a particular location.

The Scottish Midge Forecast is created using data collected from biting midge traps and mini-weather stations across the country. The data collected is extended nationally using weather forecast data to give a big picture view of midge levels throughout the season.

On the midge forecast, on a map of Scotland, you will see coloured circles with numbers 1-5. These tell you what level midges are at in each part of the country. A level one means – ‘No flies on me’ – few midges, if any, will be detected. A level two means that a location is ‘mostly midge free’.

A level three, and midges can be bad enough that it is a good idea to take measures to ‘make yourself repellent’ or cover up, at a level four ‘That’s not mist, that’s midges!’ and at level five – midges are pretty much as bad as they get. If you’ve not experienced it – you don’t want to know!

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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #23 on: October 09, 2020, 12:36:PM »
How To Get Rid of Midges   

Midge repellent on grass


The question of how to get rid of midges is one on which scientists have been working hard. The answer depends in part on whether we are looking at the big picture, at the problem of midges in Scotland as a whole, or at the micro-level – how to get rid of midges (at least temporarily) on a small scale.

The question is a complex one, but one to which everyone who knows anything about outdoors life in Scotland things that have the answer.
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #24 on: October 09, 2020, 01:58:PM »
This should be moved to off-topic

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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #25 on: October 09, 2020, 02:15:PM »
This should be moved to off-topic

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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #26 on: October 10, 2020, 08:47:AM »
Symptoms of the Corona virus (covid-19) pandemic  are similar in circumstances  to 'LIME DESEASE'...
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Re: Covid-19 link to INFECTED ? (What they are not telling us)
« Reply #27 on: October 10, 2020, 09:12:AM »
This should be moved to off-topic

At least have the decency, to talk to me about this , because I would have moved this thread to 'off topic' myself. I know with 100% accuracy that this so called 'covid-19' pandemic (crisis) is linked to biological desease transmitted by a worldwide influx of  'biting gnats', 'chemtrails' (covert nighttime atmospheric pollution), and a project to 'reduce worldwide population' (the New World Order), by all governments throughout the world. You can't trust the current governments, they have got their agenda. They are all in it together, the Chinese, Russians,  Americans, British, and so on, and so forth!

Does anybody know of any MP or government minister in the UK, or anywhere else for that matter, where a single one of them have taken a pay cut in the annual salaries?

If so, please, post a list of all the so named ones..

Wars, and terrorism were usually how populations were culled, we all could  picture in our minds eye the images of these conflicts and atrocities.  But what we are dealing with now is 'an invisible enemies', or 'foe'..

What we are dealing with now  is 'bacterial warfare' on a so called 'global scale'.

'BATS' and 'GNAT' diseases..

Laugh all you want  but our governments (not just the UK), have been infecting their own populations  ever since around the end of the second world war! We have all been exposed  to one or more of these experiments to see how effective it works, or can be treated. It's still happening now. The only difference between 'then', and 'now', is that in the beginning, countries worked individually on such projects, whereas today they (in general) all work together!
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« Reply #28 on: October 10, 2020, 09:24:AM »
With the ever increasing, world population rising, bear in mind, that the earth itself does not have sufficient resources, to sustain the various lifestyles of growing/increasing, population...

Many will become victims of this process, or policy
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« Reply #29 on: October 10, 2020, 09:40:AM »
The exercise involving this culling process, has been looked into, and overlap the annual flue epedemic that sweeps through the so called global empire (this is designed to give an impression that the Covid-19 virus and its year long plan to fool the general public, does not, is not effected by known about seasonal illnesses!

'Bat', and 'Gnat' ingestational deases do not occur throughout the calendar year. It is easy to see 'why'  the type of 'bacterial warfare'  which is being waged upon worldwide populations, because the influx of annual flu (syndrome), serves to mask, the 'threat' that our governments are trying to instill in our mindset, for example  that this desease is not seasonally oriented, it can strike at any time of the year..

'NO', it doesn't and it can't...
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