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(The Conversation)   What's important about whale and dolphin brains producing lots of heat? Cetaceans needed   (theconversation.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Brain, Neuron, large brains, Human brain, Mammal, Cetacea, range of cetacean behaviours, produce heat  
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2021-04-12 3:22:50 PM  
So, does this mean that global warming could be from whales and dolphins overclocking to figure out how to grow hands to stop humanity?
 
2021-04-12 5:46:26 PM  
To keep Vulcans hands warm underwater....

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2021-04-12 10:25:39 PM  
So you are saying the machines should have used cetaceans in the matrix.
 
2021-04-13 12:06:47 AM  
But ... they're liquid cooled ... ?
 
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