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originally posted by: KansasGirl
Are you claiming the "Mandela Effect" is real? Or are you making fun of it (as it should be made fun of, since it is idiotic)?
originally posted by: makemap
originally posted by: NarcolepticBuddha
a reply to: makemap
I've heard of fig wasps before. Welcome to my universe new meat.
Well, have you seen these ants before?
Suici de ants
If not, welcome to someone else's world.
The world's oldest known example of a fig wasp has been identified from the Isle of Wight. Dating back 34 million years, the fossil wasp looks almost identical to the modern species, suggesting the specialized insect has remained virtually unchanged for at least that long.
When discovered in the 1920s on the largest island of England, the fossils had been wrongly identified as belonging to an ant. New analyses of the fig wasp specimens suggest instead they belong to a fig wasp.
"We believe from molecular evidence that fig wasps and fig trees have been evolving together for over 60 million years," said Steve Compton, a fig wasp expert at the University of Leeds in England. "Now we have fossil confirmation that gets us a bit closer to that date. Although we often think of the world as constantly changing, what this fossil gives us is an example of something remaining unchanged for tens of millions of years."
originally posted by: makemap..."...
Mandela effect? New Animal species. More and more newly so called undiscovered species are found. I call BS.
Ever wonder why fruits are starting to cost more and more and more? Here is a huge example. Fig Wasps. Are they GMO bugs released(Monsanto)?
A RARE species of bee, the Apis somnambulis, also known as the cannabee, is to be introduced to Jersey later this year to help pollinate the Island’s first crop of medicinal cannabis.
It is hoped that the introduction of cannabee colonies will also assist local experts in tackling Jersey’s Asian hornet problem.
Californian apiarist, farmer and horticulturalist Dr Buddy Ballantine, who will be advising industry and States representatives on establishing and maintaining the cannabee hives, said that the insects would have a calming effect on Asian hornets.