It seems that some single celled slime can actually learn. The plasmodium of the slime mould Physarum polycephalumis a large amoeba-like cell consisting of a dendritic network of tube-like structures (pseudopodia). It changes its shape as it crawls over a plain agar gel and, if food is placed at two different points, it will put out pseudopodia that connect the two food sources. Here we show that this simple organism has the ability to find the minimum-length solution between two points
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Originally Posted by RayTomes "Astronomers have calculated the likelihood of finding Earth-like planets around other stars using the latest data from the Kepler mission." One-Third of Sun-Like Stars Have Earth-Like Planets In Habitable Zone* - Technology Review
Originally Posted by astromark Appalling, woefulness ... regardless... Shock and horror .. remember to breath...
This is NOT a indication of intelligence... after all those whom put themselves forward for beauty pageants are at best.. odd. but nice to look at... but do not listen..
From a recent news release.. ' Miss USA pageant question to top ten;
" Should evolution be taught in schools ?" ... and only ONE of the ten said yes.
Nine of ten said NO.. Teaching of creation is