Pests are the truth of life and they exist in every form; whether it is in the form of termites, mice, or even your next door neighbor that just won’t shut up, there’s always a solution to every problem. All jokes aside, pests (we mean insects and not annoying humans) need to be controlled, as failing to do so can seriously wreak havoc in your life and health. That said, sometimes the means to control them can be more harmful than the pests themselves, which is why many people are dubious about insecticides, for instance. However, with the latest inventions in pest control, one won’t need to worry about their health any longer.
No lasers aren’t just the thing of the future anymore, and neither is it something that only surgeons and other professionals possess. Even ordinary people can now possess lasers, that too, the deadly kind, but not to kill people; to control pests.
When we talk about lasers, we’re not talking about using laser guns. Unfortunately it isn’t as exciting as that. However, we are talking about building an anti-mosquito fortress around your house using lasers, which isn’t as half as bad, considering its advantages and how it protects you from blood-sucking mosquitoes, that is. These fences are called photonic fences, which operates by optically identifying the insects first, then optically evaluating them, and finally shooting a high power laser at them, once again, optically.
If that seems like too much of a hassle to go through just to kill mosquitoes, then think about all the diseases that you’ll be saving yourself from, all of which are transmitted through mosquitoes. Malaria, for instance, has caused the death of over a million people each year. Getting a photonic fence will not only protect you from insect borne diseases, but it is also safe, meaning that it will only kill mosquitoes and not cause any harm to any bystander.
This may sound insane, but these actually exist. These innocent looking death machines are actually mouse traps designed to lure the creature through its hollow leg and decapitate it, after which, its remains are used to create energy for the table to continue operating. The creators of these furniture, which are currently limited to a few household items such as tables, wall clocks, and lamps, were inspired by the Venus flytrap and its ability to be self-sustainable.
And so, instead of having to use batteries or electricity to power these carnivorous furniture, the machines operate by using the energy produced by their prey. The table operates as a mouse guillotine, while the wall clocks are fly traps. With household items like these, there is no escape for those pesky pests.
That said, if you would still prefer the old fashioned way of pest control instead of using fancy lasers and furniture, then read more here. However, if you would like to know more about other insane pest control ideas and the latest technologies available, then click on http://www.cracked.com/article_15422_the-5-most-insane-methods-pest-control-ever_p2.htmlRead More