New discoveries in the topic of intelligence show that there are five main types of mental processing, and not all prodigies are in the highest group.
"Beyond Prodigies - The New Science of Intelligence - Volume 1" contains the first information to be made public from the SesquIQ high IQ society's Sensory Quotient (SQ) research project. The SQ data clearly distinguishes five primary classifications of human thought processing, with each classification illustrating differences between normal humans, prodigies, and beyond prodigies. The first volume provides the necessary background information for volume 2 and 3.
Volume 2 is aimed towards providing detailed descriptions of the human perception and analysis of location. The differences of descriptions between different types of cognition gives us a point of reference to estimate how animals might process thoughts while migrating, while the information also further illustrates intellectual differences between humans.
"Reality is not literally three dimensional nor are the dimensions stationary and straight. As waves of sound and light arrive from different sources, and as the mind creates the perception of dimensional depth in sight and sounds, so does the mind create interpretations of height, width, and depth through use of duration. The ratio and causa minds function with four and more dimensions that perceive interactive states of flux that do not adhere to strict three dimensional shaping, and so therefore, generally speaking, an individual's reality is measured by the limitations of the individual's own personal capacity for conscious observation, and for most humans the mental limit is three conceptual dimensions.
If man-made mathematics and geometry are learned in schools, then how might a migrating animal interpret shapes and distances if the animal was not taught geometry and mathematics in a school?"