The Smart Swarm by Peter Miller

Great story about behavior and social structures of ants, bees, termites and bird flocks. There is so much for humans to learn from a small insects. It is fascinating to observe the very efficient way of decision making used by those insects. In the book we discover how flock of birds can fly without individuals to bump each other.
All this swarms thrive for millions of years without any supervision. Do we really need a managers if we adopt the swarms behavior in lives of humans?
This scientific book is very easy to read and understand, only “problem” it has it is to short.
I like this book very much and looking forward to read more books like this. At amazon there is a recommendation to Honeybee Democracy
Honeybee Democracy by Thomas D. Seeley.



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