Friday, 29 August 2008

Basic "O" Level Biology

Or GCSE as it is now referred to.

The perfect fly swatting strategy, has now been "revealed" by scientists at the California Institute of Technology, who used high-resolution, high-speed imaging technology to examine how flies move to avoid impending threats.. They recommend that:

“It is best to aim a bit forward of the fly's starting position, to anticipate where it is going to jump when it first sees your swatter.”

I can't believe that they can claim this is a breakthrough as I was taught this tip in my Biology class nearly thirty years ago!

"Story" here at TTimes.

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