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(Daily Mail)   Ants process information more efficiently than Google to find food, although with many fewer targeted ads   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 10
    More: Interesting, fire ants, ants, Google, woodpeckers, Georgia Institute of Technology, tunnels, pheromones, life rafts  
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2014-05-27 10:06:13 AM  
Ants are not machines. They exhibit many behaviors previously thought by "scientists" to be limited to vertebrates and formicology has expanded our understanding of insect intelligence in a huge way over the years.
 
2014-05-27 11:23:24 AM  
www.adweek.com
 
2014-05-27 02:53:29 PM  
What do you mean, "although"?
 
2014-05-27 02:58:47 PM  
See how ants in your town got free sugar from aphids with this one weird trick...
 
2014-05-27 03:02:15 PM  
That's kind of unfair. Google has been around for less than twenty years. Ants have been around over a hundred million years. They've had a lot more time to work that shiat out.
 
2014-05-27 03:08:42 PM  
That's why the owners of Google are rolling in dough and ants are not.
 
2014-05-27 03:13:26 PM  
They make art too

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2014-05-27 04:45:13 PM  
They just follow the red trail
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2014-05-27 06:14:15 PM  
***OUT OF CHEESE ERROR. REDO FROM START***
 
2014-05-28 04:36:43 AM  

Arkanaut: What do you mean, "although"?


I would argue "because".
 
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