Controlling swarms of flies and gnats by singing tones to them

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Castalameow : nanananananananana GNATMAN!!!!!

Kevin Doyle : Obviously he's discovered reversed CGI. Bravo.

Hanz Azazel : Most interesting thing I've seen all day.

Shannon LaCorte : First off, what an adorable little one with you 😘 Secondly, this has happens for me also 😬 I live in Ohio USA We have lots of insects in the summer because we have woods on our land that they love to congregate around. I use different "Ohm" tones. Sometimes they just completely leave the area 😳 They always come back tho 😞 So fascinating how nature interacts with us but most humans BARELY notice. That's why I was happy to see this post. SOMEONE noticed 👍🏻😁Namaste 🙏🏼

Louis Maldonado : amazing

Tomasz Zaleski : GREAT CATCH!!!!!

TazTalksYouListen : My guess would be that their flying wing frequency is very sensitive and responsive to related frequencies (although obviously at much different octaves) in much the same way that piano wires react to each other to make piano notes involve more than just one wire vibrating. A recent video was made about the topic "sympathetic resonance."

James S : Small flying insects like this have an unbelievable sense of smell, far more sensitive than any other known animal. What they are reacting to is the smell of your breath as you exhale whilst speaking, hence why the effect is unchanged by the loudness of your voice as the effect is undiminished by you speaking at a normal volume.

vali grad : youre not controlling, they are avoiding your air vibrations :))

XpertCameraMan : Thought this was BS - but then took a closer look and was amazed :D

Cubosoide : Wow