Eureka 1989 № 12
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In newsreel seven stories.
The first part.
1. Plot on how to make paper wasps and in the factory.
Manufacturing process at one of the pulp and paper industry: pulp is screened, moving on a conveyor belt; paper the mass is processed in a papermaking machine; an endless belt wound around the paper rolls.
Wasp builds a nest (macro).
View wasp nests.
Lab technician unwraps hornet's nest and wrote on it, as on paper.
2. Plot of building balsa wood models of airplanes.
Schoolchildren manufactures model airplanes to practice on aircraft modeling.
Teacher helps students make the wing.
Teacher weighs ready models.
Guys run their model airplanes in the lobby.
3. Plot of predacious diving beetle.
Diving beetles swim in the pond in the summer and "winter" on the bottom of the pond.
4. Plot of super-deep borehole on the Kola Peninsula.
Type of ground towers Kola super-deep borehole.
Working around the rig.
Bur lowered into the borehole.
The soil samples from wells in the repository; employee shows samples.
Bur lifted from the well.
The second part.
5. Plot of the extraordinary power of the cochlea, which can shift the load to 50 times its own weight.
Demonstration experiments with snails that moved trailers toy with weights of 100 and 950 grams.
6. Plot about how the ancient masters did ink.
Pages of ancient manuscripts.
Growths (ink nuts) on oak leaves.
Gall wasp larva in the build-up.
The process of manufacturing the ink from the ink nuts.
7. Wolverine plot of the bun, which hit people still young.
Wolverine in the winter forest.
Wolverine jumps on a woman.
Man petting a wolverine.
Wolverine playing with a shovel.
Wolverine hides in a burrow.
Wolverine runs out of the gate of the enclosure, runs on the track.
Wolverine on birch.
Key wordsPulp and paper industry. Wildlife. Out of school education. Geology. Production of stationery. Landscapes.