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    Study of Ants Could Bring Answers to Big Questionsi
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    June 20, 2014 9:15 PM
    Scientists have always been fascinated with the high level of organization in ant societies -- from building life-saving rafts during floods to the way colonies choose their next queen. New technology has helped advance researchers' understanding, but there is still a lot to be discovered, as VOA’s George Putic reports.

    Study of Ants Could Bring Answers to Big Questions

    Published June 20, 2014

    Scientists have always been fascinated with the high level of organization in ant societies -- from building life-saving rafts during floods to the way colonies choose their next queen. New technology has helped advance researchers' understanding, but there is still a lot to be discovered, as VOA’s George Putic reports.


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    by: Shitstorm from: Planet Earth
    June 21, 2014 9:58 AM
    No, Obama didn't call for "work/life balance" but for ending embarassing policy of unpaid maternity/paternity leave. That's a concequence of few rich people imposing their interest on millions of people. One person = one vote? Democracy? Nope! Plutocracy? Oligarchy? Yup!