We are like mice in a cage
Professor Mehmet Tozlu wanted to build a large cage.
This cage would contain large rooms, corridors, and small rooms. The cage had to be very special; It was to be made of metal covered with wood. When the wood was gnawed, the metal cage should stand up. So it would have been quite expensive, but otherwise the experiment would have failed.
Such a cafe could only make a very large furniture company. He contacted Edalı Furniture company as a result of the recommendations made. After Remzi Bey from Edalı Furniture stated that he could do this job, the plan and project of the cage was drawn. In addition to the cage, a large 3 cubic meter container of rigid plastic would also be made.
She would do an experiment on mice in the cage. That's why the zoologist Nermin learned which foods the mice liked very much. It turns out that the mouse liked cheese, snacks, red meat and sweets very much. He knew that the rat loved cheese very much, but he didn't know that he also loved red meat and sweets. Nermin also asked for 100 mice. There were plenty of mice in Nermin's lab, that if Mr. Mehmet wanted to, he could bring 1000, not 100, as long as a mouse was wanted. According to the experiment, the mouse had to smell it, not the foods it liked, and he thought he could solve this problem with chemistry professor Selami Sarı. Selami Bey said that he could produce the essences of the foods he wanted in his laboratory within a week or two. Essence had done the job too.
Two weeks later, Edalı Mobilya sent the cage and plastic container to Mehmet. The cage was not yet ready for testing; He placed micro cameras in each of the large rooms and corridors and had these cameras connected to his computer. Professor Sarı had brought the scents of cheese, peanut butter, chips, meat and chocolate he had produced in his laboratory. These were thoroughly driven into the rooms, corridors and chambers of the cage. After the cage was placed in the container, cereal grains such as wheat, barley and breadcrumbs were left near them. Finally, 100 mice brought by Mrs. Nermin were left in the container and closed well and the recording of the experiment started.
Mrs. Nermin was very interested in this experiment. He didn't bring 100 ordinary mice; Half of the mice were raised in the lab, the other half were kept outside. There were also puppies, middle-aged and old ones. Most importantly, one of them was alpha, that is, it was a dominant mouse. Mrs. Nermin coded the backs of all mice by painting them in different colors. If the desired result was obtained from this experiment, he would buy the cage and the container and expand the research in the zoology laboratory.
After the alpha mouse was dropped into the container, it immediately went into the cage and started looking for smelly food. The cubs, on the other hand, were frozen in a plastic container for a while. The old ones, on the other hand, went to the cage, looking left and right as if to search the environment. A few of them found the grains near the cage, but continued on as if they didn't want to leave the herd. The offspring that survived the shock ran after the adults by running. In less than a minute, all the mice are in the cage room, cubicle or hallway.