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My colleagues were stunned when I shared this video with them. Living with like-minded tribe is bonus booster we all now lack due to fragmented society and false brainwashed hate against वर्ण/जाती/community.

Those who live in like minded social group, have advantage of distributed cognition. We Indians call it वर्ण & जाती. Unfortunately, such natural advantage of superior group decisions are sacrificed by caste-ism and various other -isms.

Learn from nature:

“Unlike most vertebrate societies, insect colonies are usually family groups—offspring that stay and help their parents. Although there can be family strife, the colony often succeeds or fails as a unit,”

We could survive all incursions for very same reason of living in social groups. Now since modern Indians hate their Jait under toxic influence of missionary education grooming, we actually inviting collapse

http://drexel.edu/now/archive/2015/June/Social-Insect-Distributed-Cognition/

Do Insect Societies Share Brain Power?

The society you live in can shape the complexity of your brain—and it does so differently for social insects than for humans and other vertebrate animals.

A new comparative study of social and solitary wasp species suggests that as social behavior evolved, the brain regions for central cognitive processing in social insect species shrank. This is the opposite of the pattern of brain increases with sociality that has been documented for several kinds of vertebrate animals including mammals, birds and fish.

“By relying on group mates, insect colony members may afford to make less individual brain investment. We call this the distributed cognition hypothesis,” said Sean O’Donnell, PhD, a professor in the Drexel University College of Arts and Sciences who led the study published today in Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

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