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View Poll Results: Would you trade your IQ for 10 million dollars?

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    -40 points; + 10 mill; only to be on the level of a standard person? HELL NO!
    I don't think there is ANY amount of money that could be enough to make me go there or even consider it.
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    People need intelligence TO GET RICH AND BE SUCCESSFUL IN LIFE, not intelligence to sell for some 10 million dollars because either two situations might happen:

    1. After you gave your IQ away, the person won't even give you the money anymore because he already think you're stupid.
    2. After you had your money, but right now you're as stupid as North Korea's president, you'll eventually lose it anyway either because you:
    a. Dropped them somewhere because you're not that attentive and "smart" as you formerly were
    b. You spent those 10 million dollars into buying everything you don't need in the first place, because right now you're stupid

    SO THE ANSWER IS NO. IQ is one of those factors that help humans survive this world. I mean you need an IQ to invent the wheel, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamboo View Post
    What's so great about IQ anyway? It isn't really that important.
    What's so great about money anyway? It isn't really that important.

    lol c wut i did there?

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    An IQ doesn't really measure a person's "intelligence."

    I wouldn't want to lower my IQ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyrrho View Post
    What's so great about money anyway? It isn't really that important.

    lol c wut i did there?
    I don't get it. I said I'd take physical enhancements for IQ points, not money.

    And money is useful - I can buy goods and services with it. IQ = intelligence?



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