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时差N小时:解读读心术其中的奥秘(下)

If, somehow, brains could read other brains directly, there would indeed be a very strong evolutionary advantage to it.

In Asimov's example, even a simple version of mind-reading,such as a chicken being able to sense an approaching fox's brain as it thinks “food, food, food,”would be a huge advantage!

Animals of any species that could do rudimentary mind-reading should survive much better than ones that couldn't, and should pass on their mind-reading gene quite effectively.

Do you see the problem?

The fact that there is a debate at all over whether mind-reading exists suggests that it doesn't.

If it were a real phenomenon, versions of it should be widespread, the way normal vision is.

We would expect it to be everywhere . . .not just in a few “special” people with nothing up their sleeves.

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