Err . . . wtf dude??
That's probably the weirdest theory Ive ever heard of.
The monkeys are planning something? Hmmm.
I'm not sure if I can remember properly, but apparently the reason why the homosapien is the smartest animal is that we evolved thumbs very early on,
which enabled us to do a broader range of things that other species were not enabled to do. Our intellects developed to support all this.
Perhaps you've just read the hitchikers guide to the galaxy? Good series, btw. Gets a bit weird after the 4th one, but yeah. Mice are the main point
this planet was created. They were put here to monitor us and all that. If you're suggesting that there is some cataclysmic event approaching and all
other animals have been forewarned about it, are you not telling us something?
Or is this just something you regularly think about?
Or you could see it as this: in our human society, we are very rarely happy, and if we are it is only usually with relation to material objects like
cars and money. We work 5-6 days a week just to get the single day off. We aspire to move up the corporate ranks so that we can proudly proclaim that
we have two
extra working-day holidays off per year. It all sounds a bit sad to me.
Now consider the life of the common household pet, i.e. my cat. It has a friendly rivalry going on with the dogs, it gets fed and
watered/milked/creamed every night, it has it's own personal slave to open those horrible contraptions known as doors, and it is free to do whatever
the hell it wants whenever it wants. Now that sounds like the life to me. I would pretty much prefer that to your average sheeple.
Even cows seem to have it easy, apart from the getting killed bit, but that will happen to all of us at one time or another.
And that's just talking about the domestic-farm animals. Imagine the life if you were free! All you would have to worry about is food and predators.
Easy compared to the many dozens of things that are on our minds all the time, nagging away.
Bugger this life, I'm going off to become a Bald Eagle!