Wednesday, 05 December 2012 19:50

Dance With Me, Honey Bee: Nature's Waggle Wow

Honeybees Who knew Bees were this interesting! This video explains the ways in which honeybees communicate with each other to reveal the location of food. It also reveals these insects are smarter than some people I know. The way they do it is - no, wait, I won't spoil it for you. Watch the video!

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Could the shape and texture of your utensil change the way you respond to tastes? Is it possible to mold your palate or heighten flavors with a tool? If so, the whole food industry could evolve. Jinhyun Jeon has created an unusual and provocative set of cutlery as part of her Masters Thesis at the Design Academy Eindhoven, Netherlands. Her experiment is based on the connections between colors, form and taste and was inspired by Synesthesia, the condition of sensory stimulations coalescing.

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Thursday, 26 May 2011 13:00

Parents Keep Child's Gender Secret

Very curious to see the result of this interesting social experiment.


Storm in red, gets a cuddle from older brother Jazz. Kathy Witterick, 38 and David Stocker, 39 are raising their four month old child, Storm, to be genderless.

Additional article: Swedish Parents Keep Two-year Old's Gender Secret

Additional reading: David Reimer, As Nature Made Him-The Boy Who Was Raised As a Girl

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