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    The idiocracy video is funny , the one with Flynn is interesting though but because of what he said about black people, i think there s more there to be said but it would only be assertions

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    I think human intelligence is growing increasingly collectivized. When framing it as a matter of more or less intelligent, it can appear to go either way depending on how you look at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scheherezade View Post
    The idiocracy video is funny , the one with Flynn is interesting though but because of what he said about black people, i think there s more there to be said but it would only be assertions
    You are right the video was amazing.

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    I'd also say that its pure intellect which is being tracted here, not emotional, social competence or intelligence.

    So conditions individually or socially can not be expected to improve or the pace of innovation to change. Rubish in, Rubish out isnt important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    I'd also say that its pure intellect which is being tracted here, not emotional, social competence or intelligence.

    So conditions individually or socially can not be expected to improve or the pace of innovation to change. Rubish in, Rubish out isnt important.
    not necessarily - it's just the process of becoming more "civilized": the better the problem solving capacity becomes, the more problems can and do get solved, while problems generated by the intentions of those with greater problem solving capacities grow larger, so an increasing portion of life's challenges is not the nature of life but the nature of life with other people - a.k.a. civilized life (i know it's not the traditional meaning of the word but it seems to fit here better than it's common use).

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