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#6 - Roadrat is best rat 07/18/2016 on bath +1
#34 - From the way the camera moves it looks more like it's on conso…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/08/2016 on 2 V 1 +5
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#39 - askafj (07/09/2016) [-]
also it says press Y to ulti
#23 - Of course, in search of food. Not to throw a bad shrimp at a c…  [+] (4 new replies) 03/27/2016 on octopi are smart +1
#96 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
Carl Sagan must be so proud of you
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#30 - catkyte (03/27/2016) [-]
i've seen a couple studies saying that octopi have the ability to watch and learn almost anything, and that if they could form a society they would end up being the smartest animal after us. the main problem is that they almost never have contact with others of their species seeing that the mother dies before the eggs even hatch and any larger octopus would probably eat the smaller ones right away.

i watched a documentary where a bunch of octopi of different age groups lived in a pool that was basically cut off from the rest of the ocean forcing a bunch of different age groups to live near each other, anyways the young hatchlings would observe the older one's and copy exactly what they were doing, making them hunt better and live longer. the scientists studying the group were shocked at how quickly they picked up everything.
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#26 - peanutsaurusrex (03/27/2016) [-]
Who are you to judge an octopuses decisions
last I checked you werent an octopus
#103 - fadetometallica (03/27/2016) [-]
What? Yes, of course I'm not an octopus. What would give anyone the idea I could be an octopus when I'm so clearly not an octopus and have never been an octopus in my life? Heh... heh...
#19 - Better than burning your family to death twice I guess  [+] (5 new replies) 03/27/2016 on Batman saves joker +123
#21 - nerdking (03/27/2016) [-]
Listen here you little shit.
#51 - derpwolf (03/27/2016) [-]
Have this.
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#31 - echsa (03/27/2016) [-]
#60 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
SO sick of that song.
#17 - It's always funny to me when you can clearly see which candida…  [+] (3 new replies) 03/27/2016 on Birds +38
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#21 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
Well trump sort of does look like that...
#89 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
No he doesn't. But that's a common tactic of political cartoonists. Don't like a person? Draw them with facial features of old racist war posters. Doesn't matter if it's a dang ol' kneegro or a chingy-chong. If it can inspire hate, they do it.

Their job description is to make propaganda, after all.
#94 - thesovereigngrave (03/27/2016) [-]
He very often does look pretty similar to that. Maybe not all the time, but enough of the time.
#20 - The truth is in the details. Why would an octopus crawl out of…  [+] (8 new replies) 03/27/2016 on octopi are smart +7
#98 - godofhorizons (03/27/2016) [-]
abc7.com/news/woman-arrested-after-allegedly-setting-exs-car-on-fire-in-ventura/1138570/
Even supposedly intelligent creatures can do some pretty dumb stuff out of spite
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#22 - unikornking (03/27/2016) [-]
The wiki article on Octopi says that some can leave water for short periods of time to search for food, etc

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octopus
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#23 - wisdomtooth (03/27/2016) [-]
Of course, in search of food. Not to throw a bad shrimp at a care taker out of spite. That sentence in itself is ridiculous to even consider. Again, who really cares? We're all just hurtling a millions of miles per hour through space towards our impending doom anyways
#96 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
Carl Sagan must be so proud of you
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#30 - catkyte (03/27/2016) [-]
i've seen a couple studies saying that octopi have the ability to watch and learn almost anything, and that if they could form a society they would end up being the smartest animal after us. the main problem is that they almost never have contact with others of their species seeing that the mother dies before the eggs even hatch and any larger octopus would probably eat the smaller ones right away.

i watched a documentary where a bunch of octopi of different age groups lived in a pool that was basically cut off from the rest of the ocean forcing a bunch of different age groups to live near each other, anyways the young hatchlings would observe the older one's and copy exactly what they were doing, making them hunt better and live longer. the scientists studying the group were shocked at how quickly they picked up everything.
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#26 - peanutsaurusrex (03/27/2016) [-]
Who are you to judge an octopuses decisions
last I checked you werent an octopus
#103 - fadetometallica (03/27/2016) [-]
What? Yes, of course I'm not an octopus. What would give anyone the idea I could be an octopus when I'm so clearly not an octopus and have never been an octopus in my life? Heh... heh...
#21 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
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#17 - Not gonna lie, this is the most made up ******** I've ever seen  [+] (35 new replies) 03/27/2016 on octopi are smart +40
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#32 - brahdin (03/27/2016) [-]
it's on the internet, it's must be true!
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#18 - victorydanceofc (03/27/2016) [-]
I wouldn't be so sure. Octopi are EXTREMELY intelligent animals, and can show quite emotional reactions to a variety of situations.
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#94 - admiralen (03/27/2016) [-]
I mean, first of all, its a pretty silly concept to begin with
But even if you accept an octopus going out of its aquarium and throwing bad shrimp at scientists, you have to realize they have no concept whatsoever of throwing shit above water
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#40 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
No they can't, octopi don't have emotions.
#44 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
and what exactly makes you say that?
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#46 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
The fact that no evidence indicates that they do.
#48 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
*citation needed*
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#49 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
You want me to find proof of no evidence?
#50 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
You'd need to find studies concluding that they don't elicit emotional responses.
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#52 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
How do you test for not emotions?
#55 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
you don't, you perform tests that are designed to show whether they are there or not. Testing for one thing is biased and inaccurate, testing for one or the other provides you with an actual answer
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#58 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
No animal has ever shown any response that can't be attributed to instinct.
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#64 - venomousvalentine (03/27/2016) [-]
most human emotional responses if not all, are also attributed to instinct.
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#66 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
>>#65
#61 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
Ok, now I know you're just talking out of your ass. And considering I'm doing a degree in zoology, with about half of my course revolving around animal behaviour, I'm gonna go ahead and say I'm the higher authority on this one.

Unless you want to be a total douche and argue that emotions are an instinctive response as well, you haven't got a leg to stand on
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#67 - venomousvalentine (03/27/2016) [-]
You're in the wrong for asking him to provide evidence, even though he is actually wrong.
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#65 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
I'm the president of the united states.

Emotions are adapted from instinctual behaviour, but this adaptation occurred in primates due to societies, not in molluscs.
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#68 - venomousvalentine (03/27/2016) [-]
thats bullshit. Do you honestly think only humans and primates have emotions?
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#69 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
Only primates have demonstrated emotions, so yes. It's called science, dear. Please don't cite dogs, please don't cite dogs.
#74 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
oh really? so how about this paper on how stress levels increase when cows are separated from each other (it took about 10s to find btw). www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0031938496005215

And yeah, dogs would also be a very good example, but as you asked so nicely...
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#86 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
Biological imperative to herd together and protect their young.

Dogs do not care about their owners because they love them, they exchange affection for food.
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#71 - venomousvalentine (03/27/2016) [-]
You're like physically retarded if you think that.
Of course dogs, and cats have emotions. Hell MOST fucking higher animals do.
Birds, mammals, SOME MOLLUSKS and then some.
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#73 - platinumaltaria (03/27/2016) [-]
Such evidence, very citations. Wow.
#79 - venomousvalentine (03/27/2016) [-]
Alright, I've got better things to do so I'm just gonna chalk this up as either retardation or bait, and move on.
#78 - StealerShock (03/27/2016) [-]
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#75 - venomousvalentine (03/27/2016) [-]
This is literally common knowledge.
www.livescience.com/49093-animals-have-feelings.html
bioscience.oxfordjournals.org/content/50/10/861.full

Literally takes either owning a single goddamn pet in your life, or a single google search.
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#20 - wisdomtooth (03/27/2016) [-]
The truth is in the details. Why would an octopus crawl out of it's tank, exposing itself to the open air just to throw a bad shrimp at the caretaker? While I don't doubt the intelligence of octopi as a species, there's a lot of projecting going on in this story. Also how far can you trust a story that starts with "a buddy read an article"? Why am I even trying to disprove a story someone made up for attention on the internet? What am I doing with my life? Who knows.
#98 - godofhorizons (03/27/2016) [-]
abc7.com/news/woman-arrested-after-allegedly-setting-exs-car-on-fire-in-ventura/1138570/
Even supposedly intelligent creatures can do some pretty dumb stuff out of spite
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#22 - unikornking (03/27/2016) [-]
The wiki article on Octopi says that some can leave water for short periods of time to search for food, etc

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octopus
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#23 - wisdomtooth (03/27/2016) [-]
Of course, in search of food. Not to throw a bad shrimp at a care taker out of spite. That sentence in itself is ridiculous to even consider. Again, who really cares? We're all just hurtling a millions of miles per hour through space towards our impending doom anyways
#96 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
Carl Sagan must be so proud of you
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#30 - catkyte (03/27/2016) [-]
i've seen a couple studies saying that octopi have the ability to watch and learn almost anything, and that if they could form a society they would end up being the smartest animal after us. the main problem is that they almost never have contact with others of their species seeing that the mother dies before the eggs even hatch and any larger octopus would probably eat the smaller ones right away.

i watched a documentary where a bunch of octopi of different age groups lived in a pool that was basically cut off from the rest of the ocean forcing a bunch of different age groups to live near each other, anyways the young hatchlings would observe the older one's and copy exactly what they were doing, making them hunt better and live longer. the scientists studying the group were shocked at how quickly they picked up everything.
User avatar
#26 - peanutsaurusrex (03/27/2016) [-]
Who are you to judge an octopuses decisions
last I checked you werent an octopus
#103 - fadetometallica (03/27/2016) [-]
What? Yes, of course I'm not an octopus. What would give anyone the idea I could be an octopus when I'm so clearly not an octopus and have never been an octopus in my life? Heh... heh...
#21 - anon (03/27/2016) [-]
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