Genius chimpanzee smarter than U.S. high school students
by Kathi | on September 6, 2012
A twenties-something genius “chimpanzee” named Natasha has been found to demonstrate more intelligence than a typical U.S. high school student. The findings have been published in the peer-reviewed science journal Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B.
As the paper documents, Natasha repeatedly demonstrates skills and reasoning that escape modern-day high school students.
“The caretakers named Natasha as the genius ”chimpanzee,” the same chimpanzee that our tests had revealed to be exceptional,” wrote authors Esther Herrmann and Josep Call of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.
Natasha the genius ”chimpanzee” has demonstrated the following skills:
• An ability to repeatedly escape the chimpanzee enclosure using planning skills.
• An ability to disable an electric fence by throwing branches on it and observing the sparks. Once the sparks stopped, Natasha knew the fence was disabled and then proceeded to climb it. (A typical U.S. high school student cannot figure out how to pull his pants up around his waist.)
• The ability to wield a special tool to avoid a trap while locating hidden food. (U.S. high school students eat toxic food chemicals every day which trap them in a lifetime of chronic disease.)
• According to scientists, “ape intelligence might be a bundling of skills related to learning, tool usage, understanding of quantities, and an ability to reach conclusions based on evidence and reasoning.” U.S. high school students, on the other hand, largely run their lives based on drama, jealousy, sex and emotional reactions to simple stimuli such as corporate logos on basketball shoes.
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