by Donna L. Watkins
Have you seen this book or read about it? The actual title is: Bats Sing, Mice Giggle: The Surprising Science of Animals' Inner Lives.
There was an article in the local paper and a friend cut it out for me. What a delight! The scientific world is catching up to Creation.
At a cellular and molecular level they've discovered that all the receptors of cells and the structure of cells and neurons, all the way from ants to humans, are basically the same. Scientists have said for years that animals don't have feelings and they aren't very intelligent, but rather have a lot of good instincts. They are now actually realizing that it's not instinct, but actual intelligence as they study in the field with the animals.
Anybody who's ever had a pet will understand animal intelligence. There's a video on a dog who knows 1022 words learned in three (3) years and is still eager to learn more. Watch the amazing video.
If you want an in-depth look at some of the research, here's a Larry King video with one of the authors of the book. If you watch nothing else, don't miss this one!
By the way, bats really do sing and they compose songs. They also rock their young. When a mouse is tickled, it giggles. Isn't that something? Ants play, have hospitals and even cemeteries for their dead.
The whole deal is that from these studies, they provide precious insights that suggest we're all in this together. It also provides clues to ways of dealing with human problems. As any animal or wildlife lover knows, we can learn a lot from the other living creatures that God made. We really are interconnected.
View the book at Amazon.
This is all so very exciting. I love it when science catches up with creation.
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