Friday, June 29, 2007

The Smarter Primate

Chimps, it seems, outperform adult humans in some mental tasks, like short-term memory. But our children can apparently still compete until they get too smart, like O’Reilly and Coulter. (Some folks are already proposing acknowledging rights for chimps, which will probably be helped by the chance that chimps just might have souls, too. Does that mean they’re going with us at the Rapture? That might turn out cool. . . . One last thought for your weekend—what if the Rapture’s already happened and only a couple of people got taken? Doesn’t seem unbelievable to me, at least any more unbelievable than the Rapture.)

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