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Glen Davidson says
It’s almost as important for individual animals in eusocial colonies as it is for individual cells living in an organism.
This song is in the form of a classic ballad: it starts in medias res and a lot of action and imagery. This is The Witch of the Westmoreland sung by Stan Rogers, with very nice images.
Well, that was an appropriate 10,000th entry.
I didn’t watch the video yet, but… happy 10,000th post?
Brownian, OM says
Hmm, the liberal media? Or was it the homosexuals? Precocious preteens? Not the Jews?
Whoever invented it, I was certainly unaware of its existence when I was Cardinal.
Arrest The Pope Facebook Page.
Come on people!!!
Awesome video PZ :)
But have you guys seen the jumping ants?
Just as cool: http://www.abc.net.au/tv/fora/stories/2010/04/12/2870044.htm
Long video, but well worth it. You can jump to relevant chapters.
'Tis Himself, OM says
Hiveless bees. I wonder how they deal with high winds and rain.
Caine, Fleur du mal says
Bees? Sometimes it is so damn frustrating being on dial-up. I miss cool stuff. Only a few months until wireless though.
though not the same Bee I rescued a hive of Bees that had made a home in a box spring matress
was very impressed with watching them move as if they were one animal. They finally left the mattress taking almost all of there honey but leaving the comb.
Awesome cameo by the Acherontia.
I see why you like the bee wave, it reminds me of cephalopod polarized skin signaling. Very cool imagery.
sORRY, wrong thread. I thought I was in a fresh version of the Endless One. It’s still a good song, even though the bees don’t know the words.
I thought it was some Mexicans
Coolness of inestimable magnitude…
Imagine being the guy responsible for hoisting David Attenborough aloft to face a few thousand angry bees. It must be like being charged with hanging the Mona Lisa while balanced on an officechair.
I was so hoping he was going to poke the nest with a stick.
The man does not disappoint.