posted on Oct, 5 2013 @ 09:24 PM
No, it doesn't. It only points toward the possibility that those folks with more pronounced corpus callosum may hold an advantage in the task of
solving difficult problems that probably require the proverbial out-of-the-box thinking. Only a study aimed at establishing a correlation between the
physiology of corpus callosum and abstract thinking can underline the title of the article and its scientific validity.
The article suggests that there is no person with similarly developed corpus callosum who wouldn't distinguish himself or herself, but there is no
evidence of that. Of course, it's too soon to make such a conclusion, but I strongly suspect that the follow up of the study, if ever be anything
like that, would ever confirm what has been suggested.
Albert Einstein case often threw the monkey wrench into the basket of various claims that have been sold to the public as "scientific facts." No
wonder that the mainstream science ever hungry for grants would hurry up to fix the leak hoping that the appeal to authority would take care of the
rest - as it is usually the case.