Re: whale brains

H. M. Hubey (
17 Nov 1995 14:21:26 -0500 (Benjamin H. Diebold) writes:

>Ummm....I'm sorry, but I have a little problem with this. If you want to
>measure intelligence, why should you decide ahead of time that species x
>has more of it than species y? What on earth would be the reason to
>measure anything when you've already decided what the answers are?

And if you wanted to measure distance, or temperature
or time, where would you start?

Don't you first have to decide that when the fluid goes
up it shows that temperature goes up? And how do you
decide that temperature is going up except via your
naked senses?

What's changed?


Regards, Mark