Not that I ever doubted it. Brad DeLong has the details (in an excerpt from the Economist.)
There’s nothing about fruit-growing, but if one of the reasons eating fruit is “mentally taxing” is that “fruiting trees are patchily distributed in both space and time,” then clearly having an orchard is a sign of higher intelligence. Right?
[LATE GROWTH FLUSH: The Evil Fruit Lord agrees, apparently, but takes it further: Fruit-breeding must indicate the very pinnacle of intelligence. I can't argue...]
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