Saturday, June 13, 2015
A Dellinger's Dozen
Some days at Dellinger's, I just take notes on colors, smells, sounds, and textures. Occasionally tastes. Sometimes my notes fuel story-telling of a not particularly scientific kind. At other times, scientific questions come to mind. Like what do insects with compound eyes actually see? Is there a way for us to know? We can certainly figure out how their lenses work, but to figure out how their brains interpret the signals is another matter.
Every time I visit, I see something different. It's a great way to keep an old brain working.