September 12, 2016

Now I Know How Idiots Survive

Researchers show that an iron bar is capable of decision-making

(—Decision-making—the ability to choose one path out of several options—is generally considered a cognitive ability possessed by biological systems, but not by physical objects. Now in a new study, researchers have shown that any rigid physical (i.e., non-living) object, such as an iron bar, is capable of decision-making by gaining information from its surroundings accompanied by physical fluctuations


underground pewster said...

The iron bars' secret is out. Just wait until the concrete blocks hear about it.

sig94 said...

Pewster - they've already started a lawsuit.