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Scientists train goldfish to drive a 'car' around a room


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19 hours ago, Jon the frog said:

They trained pigeon to drive bomb... could they train goldfish to steer torpedo?

They already use dolphins for that.

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21 hours ago, UM-Bot said:

The experiment used a specially created fish tank that could be steered around independently by the fish.

Nothing better to do during lock-down?

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goldfish crossing signs would be too much for me, but if I saw a goldfish bowl driving a go kart across the street I would still swerve and honk and yell 'hey man! get it together!'

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What did the goldfish say who crossed the road? "Move! heheh Move you idiots!"

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Andy they got research money for this garbage? Words fail me.
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3 minutes ago, Torviking said:

Andy they got research money for this garbage? Words fail me.

It probably leads to something more useful, like finding ways for paraplegics to safely drive a car.   

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K. I understand what you are saying, but I will reserve my opinion until this can be proved to have done good for humanity.
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55 minutes ago, Torviking said:

K. I understand what you are saying, but I will reserve my opinion until this can be proved to have done good for humanity.

It makes me laugh thinking people might buy cars like this and train their goldfish to drive them.  My kids have never had a goldfish last more than a week. 

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