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What Slime Knows

What Slime Knows

Aug 28, 2021-- "Here in this little patch of mulch in my yard is a creature that begins life as a microscopic amoeba and ends it as a vibrant splotch that produces spores, and for all the time in between, it is a single cell that can grow as large as a bath mat, has no brain, no sense of sight or smell, but can solve mazes, learn patterns, keep time, and pass down the wisdom of generations." Author Lacy M. Johnson delves deep into the curious world of slime mold-- and what it might have to teach us. (2716 reads)


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