The most interesting thing I took away from the interview with Dan Gilbert is the knowledge that humans are seemingly not the only creatures on Earth that think about their future. While Gilbert states that it’s unlikely that other species fantasize about the future, he explains that there are some studies on behavioral patterns of animals that allow them to “anticipate” future events. Specifically (and the detail I found most interesting), he brings up an experiment showing how, due to certain behavior patterns displayed, corvids of all species can potentially acknowledge a time in the future that has not yet occurred. I find this information to be surprising but also not?? Common folk superstitions of birds and other animals being able to foresee events in nature makes this scientific revelation believable, but the information is just as unforeseen nonetheless.