Sunday, May 8, 2011

Spy crows

THE United States military funded research into using networks of 'spy crows' to locate soldiers who are missing in action, and extended the work to see if the birds might be useful in helping them to find Osama bin Laden. The idea may seem far-fetched, but unlike some military research programs (such as the Stargate remote-viewing program) it is actually based on sound science.
From Neurophilosophy. See here for more on the intelligence and memory abilities of crows.

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