Nah, it was an engineered bioweapon that ate superconductors.
An anonymous reader writes with this excerpt from an AP report: "Australian scientists have discovered an octopus in Indonesia that collects coconut shells for shelter — unusually sophisticated behavior that the researchers believe is the first evidence of tool use in an invertebrate animal. The scientists filmed the veined octopus, Amphioctopus marginatus, selecting halved coconut shells from the sea floor, emptying them out, carrying them under their bodies up to 65 feet (20 meters), and assembling two shells together to make a spherical hiding spot. ... 'I was gobsmacked,' said Finn, a research biologist at the museum who specializes in cephalopods. 'I mean, I've seen a lot of octopuses hiding in shells, but I've never seen one that grabs it up and jogs across the sea floor. I was trying hard not to laugh.'"
What model is this? It sounds like exactly what I am looking for.
I used to play it back in the day. It used to be a lot of fun; hell, I met my wife on there. That being said, there has been too much change for the sake of change and I'm not enjoying it at all these days.
U.S. post offices have security cameras these days. You can't mail anything that weighs >15 ounces without getting photographed, whether you know it or not.
Scary. You have a reference for that?
You spelled ronrey wrong.
I just spent the last 5 minutes trying to activate that feature. Well played, CannonballHead, well played.
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