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Evolution and intelligence

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Postby baikuza » Wed Nov 30, 2005 3:05 am

maybe dmvprof is right, but
have u hear that Einstein just use not more than 1 % of the capability of his brain?and he can do more than others human at the same time.(wow)

cool A-level student
i have the same oppinion as u.
more complex the brain more easy the organism who has it be smarter. the facility of intelegence is brain, but it just one modal, the more presticious one, beside it, is information. to keep it move at right way, move to better intelegence, we also need equational skill. mm.. how about elephant? it has more complex brain, more waves. so that it has more cool way of live, if it see the bone of other(s) elephant it seem to be ... you know give a big response just as human look the other human bone.

but if u say that he/she is more clever than other, did u have seen at other aspect? many of us good at one aspect but not to good at another aspect.
so take a look where are your perspective at he/she.

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Postby dmvprof » Wed Nov 30, 2005 1:52 pm

mithrilhack wrote:My history teacher loves to stress how every invention promised to make life easier, and how they all turned out to making life more complex.

How true, reminds me of another way of saying it.

Every problem started out as a solution.
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Postby zhengwj005 » Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:09 pm

Generally speaking, our intelligence would be adaptation to environment for us. Human beings can cope with a lot of trouble in lives. But when a big calamity happen, some species will disappear, might include human beings. But other species which we think be without intelligence may exist, and all kingdoms would start evolve in the long history.
So all the things are relative.
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