* yeah, I'm borrowing Slashdot terminology. But what the heck, it kind of works.
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The problem with information packed slides is that the audience is momentarily given lots of information but having too little time to parse it won't recall it later.
Actually, most presentators use that as a FEATURE: The non-understanding of the basic facts caused by intentional information overload guarantees, that there are no valid refutations in the discussions phase, which makes for an easy pitch (of mostly bad ideas).
the slime mold [...] was comparable in efficiency, reliability, and cost to the real-world infrastructure of Tokyo's train network.
That means: both have been made by intelligent designers!