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The dancing behaviour of the bee is just one outcome of a series of complex activities going on in the bee's 'brain'. What's to say one similarly disconnected human behaviour didn't waltz to the same quantum melody? Assuming the brain of the bee is more 'sophisticated' than ours is actually more arrogant than it looks. We aren't much more complex than a bee hive when our distinct behaviours have been broken down. To assume we are somehow devoid of a quantum beat is to assume the quantum realm doesn't affect us at all.The dance of the honeybee is one of the most intricate communications in nature. But how can a tiny animal with only a few million neurons possibly possess all the information needed to carry it out? The answer: it may be a quantum dance.
Scientists who study these movements have experiemented with moving the hives closer and farther away from the food source, then examining the resulting dances. Mathematician Barbara Shipman has discovered that the movements of the dancing bees can be predicted by a mathematical formula called a "flag manifold," which expresses movement in the world of the tiny particles known as quarks. In mathematical terms, a manifold is a basic shape. She made this discovery when she projected the six dimensions of a flag manifold onto a two dimensional piece of paper. She was amazed to see that she was recreating the form of the bees' dance.
It may be that the bee's brain, while it seems simple compared to ours, actually works in a completely different, and more sophisticated, way: it may be quark-sensitive. - link