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 http://​honeylove.org/​read-bee-poisoning/​ http://​honeylove.org/​read-bee-poisoning/​
  
-Homeostase / heat regulation +**Homeostase / heat regulation  
-Cell architecture / geometrical forms+Cell architecture / geometrical forms**
 => 2 important elements for the metamorphose of the larvae over pop to adult bee (imago). => 2 important elements for the metamorphose of the larvae over pop to adult bee (imago).
 To go through this transformation,​ a larva needs the protection of a cocoon (represented by the felt) and a regular heat control. To go through this transformation,​ a larva needs the protection of a cocoon (represented by the felt) and a regular heat control.
 The honey (from fluid to solid) stands for transformation and the honeycomb, with its perfect form, stands for the perfect relationship matter/​form. The honey (from fluid to solid) stands for transformation and the honeycomb, with its perfect form, stands for the perfect relationship matter/​form.
 A honeycomb based on hexagons is a very efficient design. A tiling based on regular hexagons divides the plane into equal-area cells with the minimal perimeters. The bees, therefore, minimize the use of wax in the cell walls. The bottoms of the honeycomb are efficient, but not the optimal configuration. A cell bottom shaped like **a truncated octahedron** has less surface area than one shaped like a rhombic dodecahedron. A honeycomb based on hexagons is a very efficient design. A tiling based on regular hexagons divides the plane into equal-area cells with the minimal perimeters. The bees, therefore, minimize the use of wax in the cell walls. The bottoms of the honeycomb are efficient, but not the optimal configuration. A cell bottom shaped like **a truncated octahedron** has less surface area than one shaped like a rhombic dodecahedron.
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