We’ve found bodies of giant squid, but until recently, no one has ever gotten a video of a live one in the wild. Unfortunately, Discovery is holding on to the video until January of next year, so there’s no video to watch in this article right now.
Inseminated in the mouth? Apparently. While eating boiled squid, a 63 year old Korean woman suddenly started having a bunch of tiny pricking pains inside her mouth. She spit out her mouthful of squid, but the pain continued. When she then went to the hospital, a doctor discovered that the pain was caused by barb-tipped squid semen burrowing into her cheeks and gums.
It could be that when the robot future arrives, the robots won’t be hard steel Terminators at all, but perhaps squishy just like us. Or squishy just like a squid. This robot uses compressed air inside a soft rubber body to squirm its way across land and under doors. It’s still a long ways away from a self-contained soft robot system, but it’s a step. A squishy one.
If we’re ever going to have a future filled with cyborgs, we’re going to have to jump some hurdles first. For one, you can’t just willy-nilly start threading wires through the human body— you’re going to have to create organic circuits that completely integrate with cells and tissue for as long as your long cyborg life will allow. And the key to doing that lie with squid.
Despite what some may think, homosexuality isn’t just some evil curse that has been laid upon humans. As varied as sexual relationships are, many animals engage in the gayness in some form across the animal kingdom, and male deep sea squid like to blow their loads all over other male squid. Nothing wrong with that. Except that of course, “gay” is a description we use to describe a human sexual relationship that may not entirely be the case here, but hey look… Squidwad!