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February 11, 2011
Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Pheromone
A newly discovered female squid pheromone sparks aggression in male squids. Article.
Posted on February 11, 2011 at 4:52 PM
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Wow! who would of thought that actually happens.
I wonder if this is not unrelated to your last squide blog post where scientists where trying to remove the "smell" of a squid dish...
Maybe like "porcine pheromones" humans are not immune to squid pheromones.
Let's put it this way I've seen one or two people get a bit agressive in restaurants when their "fish dish" is a bit smelly ;)
Symantec has just released it's latest dossier on the Stuxnet worm for Win32 platforms.
The appear to claim that the stuxnet code was directed against five different organisations usuing SCADA systems in Iran.
Just fo a smile
Woha !!! Bruce.
Many of servers under my administration mount a "Squid".I don't know if them are females or not , I never ask them :-) .
Do you retain them can be more aggressive if we mark Internet sites with female pherormones ? Will have, this marking, a good effect on filtering ? :-)))
At our local pub, a mini-skirt and some nice cleavage has exactly the same effect on the male population making even the best of drinking buddies turn on eachother.
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