pdp1@EARTHLINK.NET on tue 4 dec 07
Lee InMashiko on fri 7 dec 07
"These studies tell us that elaborate short-term memory skills may have had
a much more salient function in early humans than is present in modern
humans, perhaps due to our increasing reliance on language-based memory
skills." said Dr Parr.
This collaborates what Asian philosphers discovered eons ago, that
language and intellection hinder direct experience.
Lee in Mashiko, Japan
Bill Sanchez on sat 8 dec 07
This study is completely flawed. They used young chimps and college
students. It would have been more correct to use chimps that are
currently enrolled in college..., :-D
j isaac on mon 10 dec 07
I forget what was the study about again?
pdp1@EARTHLINK.NET wrote: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7124156.stm
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