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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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Sort of locked out of Baut again ... so doing it on my own for a while.
I am interested currently in how the expansion of the universe work and what is the difference between the expansion and something with real motion.