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Response to Boojatta (Reply #11)

Fri Jan 27, 2012, 02:41 PM

12. I have no clue if the bee would dance or not

But if all bees raised in isolation did not dance and all social bees did then yes by definition it would be a function of conditioned behavior amongst bees.

Do you think this is an objection to my conclusion? Do you think animals - including those with far less cooperative lifestyles than bees - are not conditioned by other members of their species?

Why does it need a mythic history to be conditioned behavior?

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