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    Quote Originally Posted by geedoenfj View Post
    Oh selected members to acquire this honor!
    I must be too smart to be included in that list
    Being the utter genius that I am, I see many interpretations of your posts beyond the English and natural language ones. Many of these need pretty complex algorithms to discover, so if that's what you're doing here, you might be right.

    Quote Originally Posted by Forever View Post
    Lol you troll
    Denial complete.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erm View Post
    Due to shin splints I've gotta do some cardio that's not running or just generally bashing the shit out of my legs on the floor.

    Just use the ellipticals at the gym erm

    Yeah except using one of those automatically means every woman in a 10 mile radius will never sleep with me, and my testosterone levels will take a permanent hit.

    Just use the cycle machines

    Yeah except years of driving have ingrained within me a deep and intense hatred for anything with pedals on it, including that hand cycling crap.

    Use the step machines

    Are you fucking serious?

    Okay then try that rowing bullshit

    I've never liked anyone who rows, and I'm not about to willingly add to my self-hatred like that.

    Punching bag

    I won't be the best in the gym at it, and that's the whole point of working out.


    I'll probably have to put pillows on my feet or something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by erm View Post
    It's perfectly logical, I just don't think you can hold enough variables at once in your mind to grasp it.
    To be fair, that's what writing and other methods of data storage are for. Not to mention empirical validation. I don't get how the Monty Hall problem works, myself, but when I saw the data showing that it actually led to better results, I was sold.


    Chris Langan. Paper is accessible through the Prometheus Society, so just join them and you get it for free.
    I have to pay to join them, though. :/ Probably also to take the test, though I haven't checked that yet.

    Was that the informal test? :p
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cellmold View Post
    Bro u n33d sw1min.
    This is exactly the kind of genius this forum needs.

    Thank you for the rational response.

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mask View Post
    To be fair, that's what writing and other methods of data storage are for. Not to mention empirical validation. I don't get how the Monty Hall problem works, myself, but when I saw the data showing that it actually led to better results, I was sold.
    Extending your mind through external storage only gets you so far. Sure you can store a million variables at once, but you can't manipulate them simultaneously to find the unique thought forms that can be discovered through such techniques. Combining CTMU and the monster group is how I deciphered a lot of important concepts I now use in may daily genius-life, which could not be done with both concepts merely stored in internal or external memory with a limited working capacity, or via step-by-step calculations. It's fundamentally emergent cognition at higher levels.

    This is where my point began. I can write this genius out on the forum, but most people don't have the capacity to grasp it. Sure the genius is still there, but only myself, and an artificial assistant I created to help me with the burden of my own brilliance, can grasp it. That's why I must mutilate my own ideas for the forum's sake.

    And of course there's my genius that extends far beyond written 2 dimensional language, but that's another topic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Star View Post
    For the people who chew food loudly in my presence...
    +1000
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morning Star View Post
    For the people who chew food loudly in my presence...
    dejavu?
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    Ew. Work.

    And I got all these random cuts all over from having to chop and cut and bake and slice and meeeeeeehh.

    But I like work ok. Especially my tip 'challenge' thingy.

    I probably wont get over 20 today but game is ON for 10!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erm View Post
    This is exactly the kind of genius this forum needs.

    Thank you for the rational response.

    He was the genius they deserved...


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    Being sucked into a periscope
    Still the mind is dull
    Like you need another excuse"


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    .. all our different ways of thinking are to be considered as
    different ways of looking at the one reality, each with some
    domain in which it is clear and adequate….
    - David Bohm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cellmold View Post

    He was the genius they deserved...


    /Common
    my intellect surely couldn't have ever conceived of that all bow down to the mighty and great intelligent erm
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