“Although higher thought is not localizable to one region of the brain, it may be distributed to neurons throughout the brain.”
This is fascinating stuff that flies in the face of the viewpoint treasured and defended by prestige academia and the mainstream media.
It’s not every day that we see evolutionists arguing that we can falsify a species as an ancestor of another species simply because it appears in the wrong time range.
In 2001, French scientist Alain Beauvilain and three Chadian colleagues discovered a fossil cranium in the dunes of the Chadian Sahara Desert.
I sometimes wonder if hype about artificial intelligence, the wonderful or terrible things it will do for or to us, functions as a deliberate distraction.