What do octopuses, bees, plants and slime molds have in common with human beings?  For one thing, they exhibit the ability to solve problems and make decisions.  Author and anthropologist Jeremy Narby reveals his astonishing research on the profound intelligence active throughout nature.  After all, how could people be intelligent if the nature that created us were not even more intelligent?

ON Bioneers | May 9, 2014 | 9:30 am

Intelligence in Nature: Coming Full Circle

What do octopuses, bees, plants and slime molds have in common with human beings?  For one thing, they exhibit the ability to solve problems and make decisions.  Author and anthropologist Jeremy Narby reveals his astonishing research on the profound intelligence active throughout nature.  After all, how could people be intelligent if the nature that created us were not even more intelligent?

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