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    Quote Originally Posted by fatshark View Post
    You want mathematical equations and bees?
    Sharpen your pencils class ... check it out.
    And if you can't be bothered to read the entire thing (like me) then here's a taste of what you're missing:
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    FFS.
    Thanks for that. An interesting read ... I will add that to my collection of honeybee papers
    I think I will put the kettle on and read it again over a cup of tea

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    Quote Originally Posted by derekm View Post
    Thanks for that. An interesting read ... I will add that to my collection of honeybee papers
    I think I will put the kettle on and read it again over a cup of tea
    Just tell me when you are going to read it....I will, do my bit by ordering up the big yellow taxi with comfortable walls inside and accommodation thrown in free at the other end. And these Armani jackets with the double length sleeves???? I am outraged ( that's OUTRAGED in the Daily Mail) at the things the taxpayer is forced to stump up for.

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    Not so much the Daily Mail as the Rio Grande Sun ... the work was conducted in Espanola, New Mexico. The funding statement (which was about the only part of the paper I understood) is This work was supported by NSF NMSU Alliance for Minority Participation Grant, HRD-1305011. The grant supports faculty mentored student research projects. So, the Daily Mail/Rio Grande Sun readers should take heart that their taxes are being used to educate the great minds of the future

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    Stop being so skeptical you lot....models of honey bee activity are already being used in cloud computing to solve bottleneck problems.
    A Modified Approach for Load Balancing in Cloud Computing Using Extended Honey Bee Algorithm....google it....
    Way beyond my ken. But for more getting to sleep reading have a look at the Honey bee algorithm.
    Seems Seeley's work on swarm democracy has greater implications than was originally thought.

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    There was easier questions such as.
    Your local Association decides to start microscopy for its more advanced beekeepers. Devise a suitable program, indicating the equipment and reading matter required and the types of preparations and experiments to be covered.

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