• BunkersTrust

    Morphic Fields probably place a role in this, but it’s pretty apparent that living things don’t need a brain to be smart, and having a brain, or even a large brain, doesn’t necessarily make an animal smart. Humans being a case in point. 

    http://www.sheldrake.org/Research/morphic/index.html

  • BunkersTrust

    Morphic Fields probably place a role in this, but it’s pretty apparent that living things don’t need a brain to be smart, and having a brain, or even a large brain, doesn’t necessarily make an animal smart. Humans being a case in point. 

    http://www.sheldrake.org/Research/morphic/index.html

  • rus Archer

    maybe instead of trying to understand the “intelligence” of other creatures, we should stop considering our behavior intelligent and just look at it in terms of a sort of inevitability/probability/behavior gravity

  • rus Archer

    maybe instead of trying to understand the “intelligence” of other creatures, we should stop considering our behavior intelligent and just look at it in terms of a sort of inevitability/probability/behavior gravity

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Jays, but that’s a persuasive mon!  I’m voting for Mitt Romeny after all!

  • Liam_McGonagle

    Jays, but that’s a persuasive mon!  I’m voting for Mitt Romeny after all!

  • Ambugation

    Am I the only one that gets the strange urge to punch this guy in the face?

  • Ambugation

    Am I the only one that gets the strange urge to punch this guy in the face?

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