This post is an idea post. It isn’t about the latest science (at least, not fully). Instead, it’s about a thought. Something I’ve been wondering about for a while. It started with a friend of mine. This colleague and friend… Read More ›
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So, the flower hat jellyfish pretty much looks like someone painted it while tripping on acid. It doesn’t just have tentacles on the edges, no way man, its got a tentacle party going all up over its body. It doesn’t… Read More ›
Mauve stingers jellies can appear on coast by the thousands, literally overnight. This may come as no surprise to salmon farms off Ireland, or tourists in France and Spain. But where do these mauve stingers coming from? How can thousands of animals just show up, as if out… Read More ›
Scientists in South Korea have developed autonomous robots designed to kill jellies by the thousands. These floating ocean drones are given the GPS coordinates of a jelly bloom, and then move through in a synchronized formation. The propeller blades draw… Read More ›