The common ancestor of bees and men, the urbilatarian, is also the common ancestor of lobsters and men, and lobsters and men use the same neurohormones to regulate and respond to social status, so the common ancestor of men and bees had social status interactions, which makes it likely he was aware that other beings like himself existed.

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]]>The calculations you’ve been using are multiplications. Wouldn’t it instead be binary factorial? For example if you have two inputs in it’s not (1 x 2) it’s all possible binary combinations. Binary11 which is four possible combinations. Higher factorial combinations are possible with analog potentation. For example what if they were hexadecimal? Highest combination is #FF which is (15?×?16^1) + (15?×?16*0) = 256 possible combinations (counting zero as a combination). The numbers get real high, real fast. Even possible the dendrite spines act similar making the numbers astronomical very fast. Even if the dendrite spines or dendrites act as groups I believe there is a mechanism more complicated than adding which would again mean we would have to use a factorial to properly describe them.

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