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Much learned from lowly drosophila

June 10, 2014
Dr. Shahar Madjar ( , The Mining Journal

I am told that some of my jokes do not translate well. Here is one: one fly tells another, "I must be very important, for wherever I go, people are clapping their hands." Translation: the fly thinks it is important but in reality, the pest is a pure nuisance. Everywhere it goes (or rather flies), people want to put an end to its annoying presence, to hit and kill it mid-flight with one quick handclap.



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