Monday, August 31, 2015

Pheromones play a big role

Pheromones play a big role in the insect kingdom. The surveillance of native species of stored product insects (personal communication — A. J. Gilbert, Calif. Dept. of Agric.). In this preliminary test the traps were found to be attractive to both adults and larvae of beetles from the Dermestidae and adults of Curculionidae, Cucujidae and Tenebrionidae in sizable numbers, while adults of Bostrichidae, Nitidulidae, Ostomidae and Mycetophagidae were captured in small numbers. The ratio of adults in the traps was: 2.7(A): 2(B): 2.5(C): 1(D). The ratios of 338 larvae caught were: - 3.6(A): 2.6(B): l(C): 1.4 (D). 

The structure of the pheromone trap appeared to provide an ideal hiding place for the insects. The traps with insecticide only had an average of two and one half times the number of adult insects of all families when compared to the untreated control. Concentration of pheromone appeared to be too low in these tests, but it was interesting that no larvae other than dermestid larvae were caught in the traps; that 98.2% were Atta- genus sp. and of these 47.6% were caught in the megatomoic acid traps. This suggests, contrary to our expectations, that Attagenus sp. larvae are stimulated by megatomoic acid. Check out pheromones at https://jail6letter.wordpress.com/2015/03/17/your-pheromones-matter-to-her/

22. 9.2. Lepidoptera

Pheromones make insects die. In the work with Lepidoptera, cis-9, trans-12-tetradecadienyl acetate was isolated and identified as the principal component of the sex pheromone of the almond moth, Cadra cautella (Walker) and the Indian meal moth, Plodia interpunctella (Hiibner) (Brady et al. 1971a; Kuwahara et al. 19713). It has also been isolated from the Mediterranean flour moth, Anagasta kiihniella (Zeller) (Brady et al. 1971b; Kuwahara et al. 1971b), the tobacco moth, Ephestia elutella (Hiibner) (Brady and Nordlund 1971) and the raisin moth, Cadra figulilella (Gregson) (Brady and Daley 1972). Small-scale tests using this compound were conducted in an isolated and dark room (42.4 m3) using four traps (one liter volume paper cylinders with open ends, coated inside with a sticky compound) treated with 10 ng of the compound, and one control (Brady et al. 1971a). In tests with Plodia interpunctella, an average of 4 % of males released in the darkened room were trapped. In similar tests, an average of 27% of Cadra cautella males released were trapped.


In a more extensive study, the pheromone was used in three separate buildings known to be infested with stored food moths (personal communication, D. Grant, Zoécon Corporation). Eleven traps, each baited with 0.2 u of the synthetic phero- mone in a polyethylene cap, and four control traps, were distributed about 7 m and 2.5-3 m above the floor in the three buildings. Four species of moths were cap- tured in these traps: Plodia interpunctella; Ephestia elutella; Cadra figulilella and C cautella. All moths in a representative sample were males except for the raisin moth (130 males and one female). In contrast, a sample of 60 Cadra sp. taken in a light trap contained a 1.5 :1 ratio of males to females. The light traps captured more moths than the pheromone traps (1.321) but they were more expensive and_more difficult to set up and maintain. The pheromone traps placed at high levels caught action.

Saturday, August 29, 2015

What Colognes Have Real Pheromones?

I right now have 2 pheromones:  Pherazone: For sex situations or seduction situations. This one guy I quoted video in the other thread says in his experience sexual pheromones work (only) when you are already in isolation and she is relaxed and even when you are already fucking her -> effect shall be that she has more lust and is more animalistic. So I will take this when fuck buddies come over or on dates where I think sex could happen. Pheromones are mostly purchases by men who want to attract women.

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Max Attraction: for going out, social situations. Shall work on men and women -> this is great cause it shall work on myself. Learn more about pheromones at http://thongchaimedical.org/?p=176

Random Pheromone thoughts 27.8:

- Placebo effect is crazy
- There is the established theory(?) on the pheromone forums it seems if you spray too little it does not work, if you spray too much it can work the opposite (instead of attraction they feel repulsed) -> this sounds a bit like quack-medicine ('it can get worse first, before it gets better' -> now of course everything gets better or worse, with this logic it 'worked every time')
- If I would sell pheromones the cheapest and best marketing is just making a few profiles (like fifty) and write little tiny success stories all day. Or you can pay some Indian guys to do it.
- how can you even know a difference? Girls have to react 'differently'. So it's 'better' to know their 'normal' reaction in similar situations. To notice a difference. On the other hand e.g. there is a powerful difference e.g. - her time of the months (female friend told me she is super horny once a month). Of course the effect would be visible if it's really big. In my experience (see journal) the effect is miniscule at best.
- People believe in all kinds of bullshit, it's all so logical if you are 'inside' -> moon landing fake, truthers, john f Kennedy...
- And the wish for attractive things to be true is so strong

Quick first 'conclusion so far' on Max Attraction Silk: not really working
There were 2 girls who I already had sex at one point in my life and we were cuddling for like an hour. This sounds like the perfect scenario pheromones should work. But they didn't seem to according to many. Learn about what are pheromones | Infospeak.org.

Will report till the bottle is empty, which shouldn't take too long, I would guess 20-30 uses, it's also good information how long one bottle lasts. On pherotruth, there are members who claim that the spray didn't work for them but the oil does (though it's expensive). I've had some hits with bliss, I have evolve but I can't accurately point out if I was getting hits from that or my conversation skills. I have the copulin stick, it does help for the gym.


I actually don't know why I did it, probably  she had "ready to be kissed" face or something. This fast escalation can be real killer, cause she doesn't have time to start her hamster spinning "is this guy good enough for me?". At the same time her girlfriends are compensating the fact that she is not thinking and are the most bitter enemies of the seduction process.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Programs utilizing pheromones


Pest control strategies tend to follow either a preventive (eradicative) approach or a containment (corrective) approach (Smith 1972). A treatment is used in a preventive manner if used prophylactically or by calendar dates, and in a contain- ment manner if used only when pest densities are above a certain threshold. All the arguments for and against eradication cannot be enumerated here. The concept has strong proponents (Knipling 1972) who argue that a concerted attack on the total population of an insect is one of the best ways to tackle some of the major species. It may be attractive to think of the many new techniques as an arsenal to be deployed against the insect enemy with destruction the aim. The realization by a large body of entomologists, however, that disruptive approaches to pest control can intensify rather than solve a problem, or induce new problems, has led to the approach of managing a pest population using a variety of methods. In this integrat- ed control methodno attempt is made to eradicate a pest, but rather to maintain its population below an economic threshold level. Learn more about pheromones at http://pheromones-work.weebly.com/home/pheromones-used-by-males

Programs utilizing pheromones

Several different approaches are described in this chapter. The boll weevil pro- gram, for example, is an attempt to eradicate the insect from a large area using a variety of techniques. Pheromones work according to http://thongchaimedical.org/?p=179. Other pilot studies are attempting to demonstrate whether or not pheromones are capable of manipulating pest populations to effect satisfactory control. 

2.1.2. Evaluating the effectiveness of pheromone tests

As with any treatment to suppress an insect pest population, it is not enough to count the number of insects trapped as indicative of the efficacy of the method. Some independent estimate is necessary of the percentage mortality caused by the treatment on the population. Ideally, life table information should also be available to evaluate what percentage mortality will have a significant effect on subsequent population levels.

Research on population dynamics of pest insects hand-in-hand with control methods is one of the most needed areas of applied research. This type of research is time consuming and expensive and as a consequence is often neglected. In exam- ining the various case histories it may be illuminating to ask how much is known about the populations they are working with. Economic thresholds need to be established to determine whether it is really necessary to reduce the pest population to a minimal level, and economic thresholds have still not been adequately deter- mined for a majority of pest species. To compound the problem, current marketing regulations set injury levels for many crops at a level that can hardly be justified on any rational basis.  Why Expect human to have pheromones.


In all pheromone field tests there is a severe problem in providing a check situation against which to assess the effects of the treatment. One method is to measure the trend of the population over time and to evaluate how much the imposed treatment deflects the population level from this trend. A second way is use of an untreated plot. However, if this is close enough to the treatment plot to be part of the same population, the effects of pheromone on the population of the check plot could be very real. If a remote population is chosen to avoid this effect, there is no basis for assuming that the population trend will be in the same direc- tion as that in the treatment area: its use as a control may very well give specious information. Thirdly, checks can be, and frequently are, omitted altogether saving expense and ensuring treatment ‘success’ whatever the result.