OK. We’re sick of politics. I, for one can never get sick of The Octopus – and by that, I don’t mean the “vast, interlocking network of criminal conspiracy that reaches into every branch and agency of the US government, many other national governments, and every sector of our societies,” as the late (suicided) Danny Casolaro, investigative journalist called it.
I mean the large mollusks capable of abstract thinking but whose short lifespans range from 5 years and 6 months.
From Spain to Vancouver Island and finally to Capri, Italy, this film follows scientists as they try to understand how the octopus has evolved to have such intelligence, even by our bone-headed human standards.
I too am fascinated with octopuses! I found this article today and decided to share it with you here
Octopuses are like you before your coffee: antisocial. So scientists wanted to see how they’d do on ecstasy. Turns out, it can apparently make them “gentle” and “cuddly” and start “exposing parts of their body that they don’t normally expose to another octopus.” But if you give an octopus high dosages, it might sit in a corner and space out.
It so happens that Joseph P. Farrell is also fascinated by the Octopus. He wrote two blog posts in May concerning them. There’s some evidence that they didn’t come from earth, but were seeded via the panspermia model. He’s gives some credence to it. Decide for yourself.
If they’re capable of evolving when faced with austerity, how do we know they haven’t DE-volved in the recent past? How do we know that some of the mysterious underwater artifacts or monuments, like Yonaguni or the Baltic Sea Anomaly weren’t made by octopuses?
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Love it! And this! https://youtu.be/KMM4XYteqWI
Brilliant. I enjoyed very much!