6 thoughts on “Scientists open new window into human learning—by studying maggots”

  1. That’s a really interesting topic to investigate! Makes me think of the marks left on my ankles after I take my socks off; rather than the mundane elastic markings why not a more desirable design. There’s a beautiful subtlety to it, almost as if the markings were a secret or an after thought.The imtlcaticaripy of that jacket made me laugh, and it reminds me of a conversation I had with a friend about applying sunblock on the skin in animal patterns. After a good toasting in the sun, you’d have these fantastic patterns! I don’t think she went through with the idea. I don’t blame her.

  2. This was a very objective and solid journalistic interview. The issues dealt with at the beginning of the interview was an intelligent move.It verifies purity of motive.Keep this reporter as noticed. She could be crucial in being the integral link of honest reporting. The demeanor and body language were not anti-findings but aiding to further development.

  3. I can’t believe no one has commented on the outrageous sexism displayed by the Olympic committee in having separate events for males and females. Why, you would think they believe that there are real reasons for treating the two sexes differently! Shocking.

  4. im n a home where they cannot handle my brother and i money wise…we are planning on leaving and staying with some friends…in the home where i am they dont have guardianship over us yet i need info on what to do when we leave in order for the friends parents to gain guardianship

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