One researcher argues that, based on bird studies, the huge predators may have had many more brain cells than we have supposed.
An enterprising electrical engineer, Payton Pearson, thinks it can be done. There are reasons for doubt.
Annaka Harris, neuroscience and physics writer, starts by casting doubt on human consciousness.
While octopus brains are very different from vertebrate brains, they share with vertebrates, a huge number of microRNAs.
Well, a half human/half horse cannot literally exist — but the way horses and humans work together has been called a “miracle.”