Danish police arrested suicide bomb attacker in Copenhagen

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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:15 pm » by zinzana


Danish police arrested a man who set off an explosion in a central Copenhagen hotel on Friday, the Danish security agency said Friday.

It was not clear if the action was an attempted militant attack or had some other motivation.

After the explosion, security personnel surrounded the suspect in a park and removed a bag wrapped around his waist with remote controlled cutting pliers.

He was taken to hospital with injuries to his face and arm which probably stemmed from the small explosion, a Copenhagen police spokesman said.

"A massive investigation is now being undertaken but it is still too early to say if it is a terror-related crime or another form of criminal activity," the chief of Danish Security and Intelligence Service (PET), Jakon Scharf, said.

The bomb exploded in a cellar under the Hotel Jorgensen in central Copenhagen. The suspect fled but was caught by police in nearby Orsted park after they sealed off several streets.

"There was a bag nearby the suspect. It was shot at without exploding. So apparently there were no explosives in the bag," the police spokesman said.

Police were trying to confirm the identity of the man, who lay on the ground for hours while surrounded by police in the Orsted park before being taken to hospital.

"The justice ministry has informed civil servants that it doesn't seem to be an 'Islamist' or a 'person with terror plans' but that the person in question may possibly have been planning 'another criminal act'," daily Berlingske Tidende reported on its website.

Several streets around the hotel and park were still sealed off late Friday.

There were no other injuries, Danish media reported.



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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:23 pm » by zinzana


The Life Cycle of the Flea
Understand fleas so you can get rid of them on your pet and in your house

Fleas. They make pets' lives miserable, and humans begin to itch just at the thought of them. Vets are often asked what pill, drug, dip, collar, or shampoo works the best to get rid of these persistent parasites. The answer is there is no single method or insecticide that will completely eradicate (or at least control) a flea problem.

Part I of this article is to give some insight to the biology of the flea. Why go back to biology? Because the flea life cycle is fairly complex, and understanding the various stages will make it easier to get rid of fleas. Part II of this article will discuss why multiple approaches are needed to control/eradicate fleas.

The life and life cycle of the flea
There are many hundreds of species of fleas. Collectively, all of the species of fleas are categorized under the order name of Siphonaptera. The cat flea, Ctenocephalides felix, is the most commonly found flea in the US and infests cats, dogs, humans, and other mammalian and avian hosts.

Fleas thrive in warm, moist environments and climates. The main flea food is blood from the host animal. Host animals are many species - cats, dogs, humans, etc. Fleas primarily utilize mammalian hosts (about 95%). Fleas can also infest avian species (about 5%). Flea saliva, like other biting skin parasites, contains an ingredient that softens, or "digests" the host's skin for easier penetration and feeding. The saliva of fleas is irritating and allergenic -- the cause of all the itching, scratching, and other signs seen with Flea Allergy Dermatitis, or FAD.

Fleas have four main stages in their life cycle: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. The total flea life cycle can range from a couple weeks to several months, depending on environmental conditions.

ADULT: The adult flea is very flat side to side. There are hair-like bristles on the flea body and legs to aid in their navigation through pet hair. Fleas have 3 pairs of legs, the hindmost pair designed for jumping. Fleas are well known for their jumping abilities. Click here to learn more about flea anatomy.

Adult fleas prefer to live on the animal and their diet consists of blood meals courtesy of the host animal. The female flea lays white, roundish eggs. The adult female flea can lay up to 50 eggs per day1, 500-600 eggs2 over several months.

EGG: The eggs are not sticky (like some parasites), and they usually fall off of the animal into the carpet, bedding, floorboards, and soil. When the flea egg hatches varies -- anywhere from two days to a few weeks, depending on environmental conditions. The larva emerges from the egg using a chitin tooth, a hard spine on the top of the head that disappears as the flea matures.

LARVA (plural = larvae): The larval stage actually has three developmental stages within this stage. Larvae are about 1/4" (6.35 mm) long, and semi-transparent white. They have small hairs along their body and actively move. They eat the feces of adult fleas (which is mostly dried blood) and other organic debris found in the carpet, bedding, and soil. Depending on the amount of food present and the environmental conditions, the larval stage lasts about 5 to 18 days (longer in some cases) then the larva spins a silken cocoon and pupates.

PUPA (plural = pupae): The pupa is the last stage before adult. The adult flea can emerge from the cocoon as early as 3 to 5 days, or it can stay in the cocoon for a year or more, waiting for the right time to emerge. When is the right time? (Never, say pet lovers everywhere!) Stimuli such as warm ambient temperatures, high humidity, even the vibrations and carbon dioxide emitted from a passing animal will cause the flea to emerge from the cocoon faster. This brings us back to the adult flea.

The entire life cycle is quite variable, as evidenced by the variability in each life stage progression. As mentioned above, the cycle can be as short as two weeks or as long as two years. That is why it is so important to remain vigilant, even when a flea problem is thought to be under control! The duration of flea season varies with location.

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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:25 pm » by Icarus1


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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:31 pm » by Icarus1


A RUSSIAN WHO WENT TO AMERICA & ENDS UP IN CHARGE OF AN ILLEGAL STATE GIVEN BY THE BRITISH , YOU COULDNT MAKE IT UP
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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:44 pm » by zinzana


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Since 1979, for the more than 20 years the Laboratory of Parasitology, Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, has been conducting studies on morphology, systematics, ecology and fauna of fleas. The Institute’s collection comprises 15,000 whole mounts in balsam and 3,500 items in alcohol. This collection now contains approximately 50,000 specimens of adults and larvae of 542 flea species of the fauna of Russia and neighbouring countries.

Dr. Valentin Vashchonok created a database on ecology of species of the fauna of the former Soviet Union and conducted studies of flea morphology and physiology. Dr. Sergei Medvedev, based on his own morphological studies, including analysis of 5,000 photographs obtained from scanning microscope, proposed and corroborated a new classification of the order, created an information analytical system on the world’s fauna of the order. For this and other information see pages of our website

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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:49 pm » by Icarus1


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PostSat Sep 11, 2010 1:56 pm » by zinzana


Bugs of war! From killer hornets to murderous fleas, a new book reveals how insects can be weapons of mass destruction

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Insects have been used in past warfare, and experts are worried about their potential use in a terrorist attack

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