Bees are remarkable among insects. They can count, remember human faces, and communicate through dance routines performed entirely in the dark. But are they intelligent? Even creative? Bee aficionado Stephen Humphrey, along with a hive of leading bee researchers and scientists, investigates the mental lives of bees.
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Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Sleepwalk With Me, and public marriage proposals: the Slate Culture Gabfest weighs in. - Slate Magazine
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Honey badger hijinks in space with a nasal appendage - ABC Tasmania - Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)
On Episode 17 of the podcast, we mentioned quite a few odd things which you might want to see for yourself: the honey badger, web comics, space photos and a nose extension. First up, our Geek of the W - Honey badger hijinks in space with a nasal appendage
Speaker: Bill Turnbull
Chair: Ian Spencer
This event was recorded on 5 May 2011 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House
Bill Turnbull’s light-hearted introduction to the world of beekeeping highlights the ups and rather more frequent downs of his ten years attempting to produce honey and keep his colonies alive.
The good and the bad on honey. We talk about how to mix it easily into your cocktails and, of course, cocktail recipes using honey. (http://www.behindthebarshow.com/)
The podcast highlight for Forgotten Classics, episode 115 (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)