[Dailydave] Dealing with large colony sizes

dave aitel dave at immunityinc.com
Mon Sep 12 10:11:51 EDT 2016

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Ant colonies used to be very small. Some of the features Ants needed to
develop (specialized genes for controlling size in various castes of the
colony, for example) took eons to evolve. Likewise, the algorithms that
drive large ant colonies are hugely complex - they are quite
intelligent, in other words. People think Ants are sort of like tiny
drones, but each one has a huge brain in that head, and uses a lot of
its energy to power it.

Initially most ant colonies were like, ten ants. And there are still
lots of species that operate that way. But your average modern Harvester
colony has about 4000 ants and has dug a nest about as tall as a human.

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