How about bees? They communicate infomation with each other. Things like
direction and distance and what it is that they're going after. We may look
to an advanced species.
>Again, the difference is sentience. We have the conscious ability to avoid
>their living room, as long as we know they are there. And we can ask them
>simple questions like "why?". An animal cannot ask why.
I think my dog thinks "why" can't I go in the living room? But he doesn't.
>Again, we have achieved sentience, and all the psychology
>that goes along with it. No other species on Earth has achieved such
How about the great apes. They certainly have a society of different indiviuals.
These creatures do not act like "animals" More like a tribe.
I don't see the clear definition you have between animals and humans.
>Well, I hope I didn't flame anyone too badly. Sorry if I did.
over and out...Don wa8qzz