Life exists in every living thing on this planet. When it comes to other environments or planets, I think we'd be very small minded to consider being the only one with life.
answered 01 Mar '11, 00:56
I believe I understand the question here Vee, hypothetically if we were to take a human brain then transfer it to maybe a horse, the horse would have the intelligence of the human.
The only problem would be the limitation of the horse body so the intelligence could not be conveyed in a meaningful and understandable way to show that intelligence unless maybe the man knew Morse Code, then he could fully communicate with nodding head movements to signify the dots and dashes. Another way would be Binary Code but that would be more complex but equally it is ones and zeros again could be signified with head nodding.
Or last and lest usable yes and no communication.
answered 01 Mar '11, 02:19
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