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Dan Wyse

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Do spiders and ants really count?
« on: 07/07/2010 10:30:02 »
Dan Wyse  asked the Naked Scientists:
   
Hi

My name is Dan, I am writing you from Denver Colorado, in the U.S.

 I have been asking myself all day if it's possible that you throw stuff in your podcast just to see if we're paying attention.

I am referring to the counting spiders, and their equally bright friends, the counting ants....is there any chance of you expanding on this (discussed in this show - http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/podcasts/show/2010.06.27/)?

While I am not a scientist myself, I would think mathematicians would be somewhat rare in the insect world.

Thanks
Dan

P.S.
I very much enjoy your podcasts, and find myself looking forward to each episode, thank you for putting them together.

What do you think?
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