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(A Beetle's) NEURONET

1. There are approximately One hundred trillion neuroconnections in the human brain. If one assumes that the brain of the beetle is approximately one millionth the size of the human brain, then the beetle pictured below may have around one hundred million connections. These connections appear as a snarl of overlapping and interconnected nerve tendrils as pictured at the right.

2. Although the snarl of connections appears haphazard, it is not in the least haphazard. It is hightly organized. For instance, one of the functions of this neuronet is to calculate, time and execute the thrust and direction of each wing-beat of the beetle to enable it to move an any direction or stand still in mid air, to analyze a threat and react to it or find food.

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