If you were to compare humans to the critters that live out in nature, every one of us have life totally easy. While they are out hunting and foraging food for survival, or finding shelter in trees, caves, or underground, every one of us live relatively comfortably. Too overheated outside? Simply crank on the air conditioning. Too cold? Get the heating machine running, or sit in front of the cozy fireplace and let the heat get you nice and toasty! Hungry? Head down to the grocery store. Much of what every one of us as humans have, has been inspired by nature. Take aircrafts, as a pretty interesting example. The people I was with and I learned to fly from the birds, and that lovely Heating and Air Conditioning machine in our residences? Well a big part of that was inspired by the bees. In nature, bees regulate the temperature of the hive, which in turn allows all the bees to live comfortably inside the hive. Bees keep the hive cool when it is overheated outside by fanning their wings to release overheated air. When it is ice-cold outside all the bees cluster together in a pretty large group to share body heat. Sort of like humans, individual bees may prefer warmer or colder uneven temperatures, so not all the bees will fan their wings at once. This changes with temperature preferences isn’t without purpose. It allows the bees to begin fanning their wings, or clustering together for heat sooner or later than others. This in turn keeps the hive at a relatively steady temperature that is comfortable for all the bees. Some people are easily envious of the bees because while every one of us humans have to be bothered about our Heating and Air Conditioning machine breaking and if it breaks needing to call out a worker for a repair, whereas the bees can generate their temperature all on their own without any outside help.