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    Default What would the world be without Sensors/Intuitives?

    Would it even function right? How would things be different? What would be better without them, etc?

    I think the world without sensors would be drastically different, since I think there are more sensors than intuitives...
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    School would be cool.

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    No one to do my laundry!

    or

    No one to explain this mean calculus stuff!

    ( )

    In seriousness: Without Sensors I doubt society will be stable. All the NTs will have their plans for a perfect world, taking over NF communes and warring over each other.

    Without Ns society wont make any progress and basically be an America with no cuddly people or kooky fun college professors. Basically an 'Ideal' America with no 'loose cogs.'

    War would be fought by the rules, no guerrila warfare or terrorism (Besides the ENTP trying to get some ISFJ housewife to sleep with him )
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    Wait, without who?
    It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on his not understanding it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VanillaCat View Post
    Wait, without who?
    Erybody in the club get'n tipsy?

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    One here comes the two to the three to the...
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    Wait, without who?
    Sensors I think.

    I would be cool though The school system would be revamped pretty quickly, and teachers would probably be a lot more effective, since most intuitives love to learn (Stereotype, I know) and they probably wouldnt force people into classes they cant stand. Its not like I'll USE anything beyond basic algebra in the real world!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    Sensors I think.

    I would be cool though The school system would be revamped pretty quickly, and teachers would probably be a lot more effective, since most intuitives love to learn (Stereotype, I know) and they probably wouldnt force people into classes they cant stand. Its not like I'll USE anything beyond basic algebra in the real world!
    You can use calculus to figure how much water isn't in your swimming pool.

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    You can use calculus to figure how much water isn't in your swimming pool.
    Nope, just get an INTP to do it for you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyward View Post
    Nope, just get an INTP to do it for you
    I will require use of your inflatable toys for the afternoon first.

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