Insects are conscious. It’s science!

Brain scans show bugs have a midbrain, which assembles “memory, perception and other key parts of consciousness, and use it to decide what to do – which is the same function that human’s brains do.”

Until they can take selfies, I ain’t impressed.

Insects are conscious, claims major paper that could show us how our own thoughts began [Andrew Griffin – The Independent]

Via Boing Boing

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