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Social Insects


The Insect Group Mind

The social insect mind pertains to a group-mind that arises on the mundane physical plane spontaneously from the chaotic interaction of its components (the individual ants etc), as shown through computer simulation.

On the non-physical level though, the social insect mind constitutes a devic consciouness.


printed reference Brian Goodwin "All for one," New Scientist, no.2138 (13 June 1998) pp.32-35





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