In the News (from Science News): “Ants Do Real Estate the Simple Way” After a series of lab tests, Elva Robinson of the University of Bristol in England and her colleagues propose that individual ants aren’t directly comparing one possible site with another, as had been proposed before. When ants visit a nest, Robinson suggests, “they simply have to decide whether it’s good enough.” If it is, they return to recruit another scout to come take a look. If the nest site isn’t good, the individual scout keeps looking. When enough scouts encounter each other at a site, that’s the decision point. The scouts have achieved a quorum and it’s time to start moving in.
My Comment: Unfortunately, with people everything is so much more difficult and deceitful.
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