Study reveals cats’ brains are more in tune with online search than humansPosted 1 April 2011 by
A recent research study on global online search behaviour has revealed that humans are not as search savvy as originally thought.
Far from being at the top of the cognitive food chain, it turns out that people have a thing or two to learn from their feline companions. MRIs and EEGs prove that when it comes to intuitive search, cats outstrip humans by as much as 23%.
Scientists behind the study believe that this lends credence to theories by respected Egyptologists that suggest cats are beings from another dimension and that it is through their knowledge that the ancient civilisation managed to build the pyramids.
There are no theories as yet as to why cats don’t put their considerable talents to better use, but when forced to hazard a guess biologists believe that it has something to do with their lack of opposable thumbs.
Happy April Fools 2011