Another smart crow experiment


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+11 1. ringmaster commented 6 years ago

The ability animals have to use tools still astounds me.
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+4 2. banzemanga commented 6 years ago

How did he do this?
Well you just saw him doing it and how he did it!
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+5 3. MindTrick commented 6 years ago

#2 (i know you're making a joke, no worries, but i want to say this anyways)

It's a matter of thought deduction. We don't know what the crow thinks. That's what he's asking about when he says "how did he do that?" because he (and the rest of us) wants to know how the crow thinks. If you see a blind man picking up his keys from the sidewalk, you would also wonder how he did that. We already know that sound is a factor, so we could figure out that he heard the drop, and localized the keys from the sound. But that would be a human. We don't know what goes on inside an animals head the same way. We don't know if an animal knows the distinctions between a remote control or a cell phone. We can train them to behave in a certain way to those objects, and train them to act in a way that makes us believe we understand what they think. But we don't. We never will, and that's why it's important to take a look at nature and animals, and try to understand.
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-1 4. ben26 commented 6 years ago

Can't wait for the W08 version with 8 cores processor and 32 stages capability!
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+1 5. jackDjohnson commented 6 years ago

You get that sucker to wash clothes and bring me a cold beer out the fridge and ill be impressed !!! ;)
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+5 6. Mcpro commented 6 years ago

This bird is smarter than many human beings that I know.