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This Hacker Built a Vending Machine for Crows as an Ingenious Response to a Cocktail Party Argument

The Lesson: A strange experiment in wildlife behavior turned into a jaw-dropping lesson on the importance of reassessing our predispositions towards new ideas. In this presentation, Joshua Klein talks about how building a vending machine locators for crows has helped to teach people about the empowerment of embracing diversity—particularly biological diversity—as we navigate the ever-changing world together with our animal counterparts. Notable Excerpt: “It turns out, we’ve been finding more and more that crows are really intelligent. Their brains are in the same proportion as chimpanzee brains are. There’s all kinds of anecdotes for the different kinds of intelligence they have. For example, in Sweden, crows will wait for fishermen to drop lines through holes in the ice. And when the fishermen move off, the...

How to Protect a Dozen Little Kids From a Grizzly Bear? Sing a Hilarious Moose Song, of Course (MOTH Monday)

Ian McGregor weaves an incredible yarn in this week’s edition of MOTH Monday, a partnership with Good News Network, that features videos from the nonprofit group, The MOTH, showcasing the art of storytelling. As a tour guide for 10-year-olds hiking the National Parks, Ian McGregor has become a master of storytelling—from whispering scary stories around the campfire to inventing a ‘moose song’ that became a lifesaver when things became ‘real-life scary’. The one thing he never told the kids in Yellowstone National Park, was one of the scariest stories of his life—he was slowly going blind from a disorder that had no cure. But, the kids taught him an amazing lesson because when the natural world got frightening, they had his back. Funny, charming, and witty, this story—which was...