Human navigation technology is just catching up to what animals like these can do by instinct.
Will robots or other computers ever become so fast and powerful that they become conscious, creative, and free?
A diagram in the paper — showing interactions in terms of engineering schematics — is unlike any description of the flagellum that I’ve seen.
Eric Cassell argues that these innate skills point to algorithms programmed into the ant’s brain and genome.
These findings challenge Darwinism because species that are clearly unrelated by common ancestry employ common engineering principles.