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Music Is Noise to Monkeys
October 1, 2019
Experiments show that monkeys prefer noise over music, even though they have brain similarities with humans. A neuroscientist at the National Institutes of Health wondered if monkeys could relate to music like humans do. After all, their eyes probably see like ours; do their ears hear like ours? Katarina Zimmer at The Scientist tells the […]
Bird with a Beat
July 11, 2019
Viewers will get a kick out of Snowball the cockatoo bobbing to the beat of music. Humans can go nuts responding to music, we all know: from foot-tapping to wild whole-body movements and hair shakes, the more energy in the beat, the crazier it can get. But birds? Meet Snowflake, a sulfur-crested white cockatoo, that […]
Humans: Better Designed and Capable than Darwinism Can Explain
August 31, 2018
Look at the equipment humans come with. Look at the things they can do. Is this the work of blind chance? Equipped for Rapid Repair Researchers unearth secret tunnels between the skull and the brain (National Institutes of Health). An expert in stroke recovery noticed something interesting. Experimenting with rats, Dr. Matthias Nahrendorf noticed that […]
Child Prodigies Disprove Brain Size as Intelligence Driver
July 24, 2018
It's not the size; it's the wiring. Don't we know that for electronics? Why are evolutionists still obsessed with brain size?
Bach to the Feature: Music More Cognitive Than Language
September 8, 2013
The ability for the human mind to gauge hierarchical structures in music over the span of lengthy works suggests that we exercise greater cognition in that skill than in language.
Human and Animal Brains: Uniquenesses and Similarities
April 12, 2013
Several recent science articles explore what we have in common with animals, and what is unique about the human brain.