posted on Oct, 28 2009 @ 12:46 PM
Stray cats prove to be very cunning predators, able to adopt to almost any environment, from australian desserts to african jungles and siberian
tundra. If kept in a domestic environment they use all their cunning to adopt to the only really interesting thing around: that human can opener, that
is able to clean their litter boxes. So, yes I do think cats are able to mimic humans, and from observation of those cats I personally shared my
living quarters with, I do think that their cognitive abilities are much underestimated by non-cat-"owners"
But as to the original posts claim: I don't think that cats actually morph their skulls after any heavenly inspired code. Its only, that all mammal
skulls have some common features. Two eyes, a nose cavity, teeth..
And if you turn and turn long enough, until you find a point of view, that marginalizes the differences between an animal skull and a human skull
through perspective shortenings, you will have all those all those face-recognition synapses firing, that have been trained into our brains since we
learned to recognize our parents.
Guess from yet another angle you might also see Jesus of Nazareth or the virgin mary.