Wow, dogs might have emotions? What will they think of next? I suppose
they'll do MRIs on autistic people to demonstrate the possibility that they
have feelings too. There's got to be a Nobel in that. Mind you, where will
it all end? First dogs, then maybe mice will feel things too, and we'll be
in right pickle.
On Friday, November 1, 2013 1:00:25 PM UTC+11, Liz R wrote:
> Groan! -- "The prospect of ferreting out animal emotions scares many
> "M.R.I.’s are conducted in loud, confined spaces." -- Jeez, I do NOT
> expect to see the N.Y. Times misusing apostrophes!
> "The ability to experience positive emotions, like love and attachment,
> would mean that dogs have a level of sentience comparable to that of a
> human child. And this ability suggests a rethinking of how we treat dogs."
> -- Really? Is anyone in doubt that dogs can experience love and attachment?
> As you said, doesn't seem like news to me, either.
>> On 10/31/2013 5:33 PM,
>> Doesn't seem like news to me. More like "Dog bites man."
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