Honey in Turkey

Some of the specialty stores in Turkey sell honeycomb a little bit differently.    For use elsewhere, credit: Tome of Trovius, https://tomeoftrovius.com   For all your random articles go to Trovian Square and check out my other pages for excellent content on science, technology, history and more!       The best way to support this…

Animals #5: The Crab That Wasn’t, Bee Beard

Crabs Credit: Brave Wilderness There is a popular show on YouTube called Brave Wilderness I’ll start featuring here because I find it interesting. In this episode a large number of lobsters were washed into a tide pool on a beach in California. The crabs are called Pelagic red crabs after the area of the Pacific…

Science

Non-European Blondes Blonde isn’t just for the Europeans Alien Hunt Let’s find some aliens! MIT Sets Nuclear Record MIT sets another record Spray on Skin! Spray on skin! Asgardia Update 1 An update on Asgardia Genos Sell your genome A Second Skin An artificial skin You Have A New Organ The Mesentery Bee Soccer Watch…

Animals #4: The Sugar Reward & 1 White Owl

Bats I hope these videos give you a more positive view of bats but, as instructed, don’t handle bats unless you know what you’re doing. Asha, a baby black flying fox (a type of bat), is being fed fruit and is very excited. Credit: Megabattie Jeddah, a grey-headed flying-fox (another bat), likes to be petted….

Bee Soccer

This study, designed to test a bumblebee’s learning capabilities, has found that bees can learn a skill and even improve upon it. Here the bees demonstrate learning by moving a ball to get food from both seeing it done and not seeing it done. This helps demonstrate how bees are capable of learning tasks when…