Non-Hierarchical organization of Insects and Bike Co-ops

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The social insects such as ants, honeybees, and wasps exhibit astonishing organized behavior - gathering resources, making food and building sophisticated hives. This is all accomplished without "leaders" - crucial decisions are made in a non-hierarchical way that science still struggles to understand. Learn some amazing facts about these insects and how this is relevant to our clumsy human attempts at organizing in our bike co-op spaces!




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