There are two basic ways to look at an anthill. Because we humans tend to anthropomorphize things and we are so proud of our own individuality we see ants as individual entities. We don’t tend to see an anthill as one organic structure.
It seems to be much more appropriate, according to science, to look at an anthill is one singular organism and not a whole bunch of ants that are collectively working together.
When crickets make noise, what they are doing is they’re trying to signal their sexual health. The female crickets listen to all the male crickets making noise and she tries to guess, based only on their sound, which one of them is the most appropriate potential mate.
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Next time you hear some crickets making cricket noises, what they’re doing is they’re trying to get laid. They’re trying to compete with one another to get laid. What some crickets don’t realize in some parts of the world is sometimes their entities other than female crickets that are listening to their cricket sounds and using their cricket sounds to judge them.
Any kind of weather system is known scientifically as a dissipative structure. What dissipative structures do is they suck in energy from around them, they use that energy to build up their size and their strength and then they kind of throw off this energy as they grow and move around.
They suck up energy and they dissipate the energy. Because this is a very complex process, the bigger any type of dissipative structure gets, the more complex it becomes and the more likely it will collapse.
It Might Rain In The Future
This is why weather systems are incredibly hard to predict. They’re hard to predict when they will start. They’re hard to predict how long they will last. They’re hard to predict how big and strong they will become and they’re hard to predict when they will end.
Another very common dissipative structure that most people don’t think of as a dissipative structure is human society.
Human societies are very much dissipative structures because they satisfy the criteria of a dissipative structure to a T. They suck in energy from around them. They use that energy to build and get stronger. They throw off that energy as they build.
Bigger and More Complex
They get bigger and bigger. The bigger they get the more complex they get and the more likely they are to collapse. Human societies are impossible to predict when they will start. They’re impossible to predict how long they’ll last. They’re impossible to predict how big they’ll get.
They’re impossible to predict when they will collapse. One thing that is inevitable of all dissipative structures is all dissipative structures will collapse. Sometimes these weather systems will join together and kind of merged to form one meta-dissipative structure.
Similarly a lot of smaller human societies will merge together to form one meta-dissipative structure. If you look throughout human history you can see various instances of very small isolated dissipative structures or periods were all of these small isolated dissipative structures have joined together to create a very large dissipative structure.
The Wrath Of Empire
Sometimes these very large dissipative human societies have become very destructive just like weather systems can get very destructive if they get too big and too unwieldy.
The entity that is always listening to these male crickets making sounds to try to signal their sexual health who are also trying to judge based on their sound which would be the most appropriate parasitic host.
In some areas of the world there is a kind of parasitic fly that lays its eggs inside crickets. It listens to the crickets to choose which cricket will be the most successful host. It uses the same qualifying criteria that female crickets use.
Female crickets listen the crickets chirp and based on the sound of the strength of their chirp they will choose the one that is the best potential mate.
When parasitic flies listen to the crickets chirp, they will listen to the sound and the strength of their chirp and based on that they will choose the best host.
These poor crickets think they’re trying to get laid when they’re actually attracting these parasitic flies who will come and lay eggs in them. When these eggs hatch inside the cricket, the cricket will still be alive and the cricket will slowly die as these maggots get bigger and bigger and eat the cricket from the inside out.
Know When To Split
One of the interesting things about anthills and beehives and other colonies of living entities that are bound together is that they seemingly know when they get too big. Anthills and beehives, once they get to a certain size, will split in the create two daughter colonies.
It’s believed that humans use to do this before we invented agriculture. Before humans invented agriculture, we have very long-lasting, very stable societies that lasted for thousands of years.
Only when humans learned how to grow food from the ground and start to support many people that’s when we shifted from being the stable societies to these dissipative structures that have the end built into them from the very beginning.
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