1. Do you think that there is a point in planning events that are outside of your life span ?
Yes, but I am usually too busy working on somewhat shorter term plans actually to do it, except for having a will.
2. When you have a 20 not overy complicated scenarios you need no more than 5-10 seconds to figure out a few of them that are most likely. (and you are rarely wrong)
I don't usually have so many scenarios, but yes, they usually sort themselves out quickly from least to most likely. I like to include a contingency for the worst case, but not at the expense of the most likely case(s).
3. You often can't sleep because you can't turn off your brain? So sometimes you spend entire night thinking.
At times. Meditation and certain types of music help.
4. You feel comfortable with concepts of a "few billion years" and you use it every day when you are trying to put things in perspective?
I feel comfortable with it, but don't have occasion to use it that often.
5 How often do you walk longer than 10 blocks but you can't remember how you got to your current location?
Rarely. I have a very good sense of direction, both on foot and while driving, and even when "lost" can usually navigate back to known territory with minimal aid (never use GPS, sometimes don't even have a map).
6. Did you at one point in your life planned a joke for longer than 3 hours ?
Not sure what this one means.
7 Do you often hava a feeling that people seem to have some universal ways of dealing with each other but you simply can't figure how they do that ?
Yes. It does not seem to rely much upon logic.
8 The only way you can be spontaneous is by deliberately making a choice not to plan and ignoring all the plans that come to as the time goes by ?
I can most easily be spontaneous in two ways, neither of which happens very often. (1) Someone I like and trust just comes along with a suggestion, and I decide in the moment to go along. (2) I stumble across something that catches my attention, and I abandon all previously made plans to take advantage of it because it is such a worthwhile opportunity. I guess (1) could be viewed as a special case of (2).
9. You fairly quicky become bored while dealing with everything that you can't see as useful or something that you can implement somewhere ?
Yes, if usefulness includes worthwhile learning experiences. It is hard to be bored when I am learning something interesting or worthwhile.
10 Going to school or work with one black and orange sock on your feet is something you are comfortable with ?
This is anathema, as is any trace of orange in my wardrobe, unless I am required in some circumstance to wear a safety vest. I am rather particular about my attire.
11 You think that everything you notice with your senses is just a picture created by your brain ? (and you are fullly comfortable with that)
Yes, on some fundamental level, it is.
12 When problem solving (some bigger problem) you almost always start thinking from perspective of your goal and work your way towards you "current position" ? But in one moment you start moving from you current position towards the goal as well ? However at one pint you start to build small pieces between those two "lines" that you are going towards each other ?
Perhaps. I always start with my goal and keep it in focus as I proceed, but the solution usually appears in full if rather sketchy form all at once. The work then is to fill in all the details and cross-check it with the goal and the circumstances to make sure it does, indeed, meet the goal, is doable within existing constraints, does not cause other, worse problems, etc.
13. If you do anything like in the question 12 do you usually imagine multiple way of solving the problem ? Or wonder if the is actually a problem in the first place ? (even if many people say it is)
Yes, I will come up with a best, ideal, or preferred way, and then multiple contingencies on how to proceed if, say, one or another assumption proves incorrect, or this or that potential problem arises. In other words, contingency planning.
14 You get annoyed with people because of something they might do in the future ?
Yes, but usually based upon past experience with the person. It is especially frustrating when it becomes clear that a person just hasn't learned anything from past mistakes.
15 Most of the time you have real doubts that you should live by social norms ? Like wanting to be rich, being high in some socially influental hierarchy or having a SO that loves you ...... etc ?
I don't have doubts, I have a certainty that I should not live by them. If I do want money, or influence, or companionship, or anything else, it will be for my own reasons, not because anyone else expects me to, or defines success that way.
16 You can't answer any question without knowinng the context ? (actually you can but you don't like to do that since context is EVERYTHING)
I can answer, but it will often be prefaced by, "if one assumes X, then the answer is Y; otherwise it is Z or unknown or . . .".
17 If you ever had a serious existental crisis at what age did is started and ended ? (if it ended)
Not sure what this one means. Perhaps this itself means I have not had such a crisis.
18 You put people in all kinds of situations just so see how they will react ?
I do this but only on rare occasion, when I feel it is the only way to learn something I need to know.
19 Do you have a problem verbalizing your thought because you have a problem defining perspective ?
It can take a great deal of effort to verbalize my thoughts, but I'm not sure if this is due to difficulty with defining perspective. It seems more because I can easily "see" my own thoughts - yes, it is often a very visual sensation, even for quite abstract notions - and this can be hard to translate accurately into words.
20 Do others think you need to relax, simple, fun and be less mean/direct with people ?
As others have said, I really don't know what most people think of me. Some probably think this. Others (like my boss) appreciate my directness, ability to process complex ideas, and the seriousness and persistence with which I approach my work.