It’s not just me!
Apparently all my navel gazing might just be “scientific” because, according to yesterday’s ABQjournal, I’m not the only one interested in minutiae.
Click here to read: A Fly’s Mind Not So Simple.
Yes, Los Alamos scientists have been studying how the brain of a common housefly works.
“For decades, researchers have studied how the neurons of flies and other subjects have processed and responded to the world.”
Hell, they even took the flies on a little field trip to the woods of Princeton, New Jersey with teeny tiny little electrodes attached to their teeny tiny little heads.
I mean, that’s some good microscopic work!
Now if they could only tell me where all the CalTrain punched numbers go!