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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    So, what is the Objective ? xD

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    -What are you talking about?
    -Endymion, my dear. A beautiful youth possessed by the moon.
    -Well, forget about him and get to bed.
    -Yes, my dear.

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    hahaha, good one xD
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    So that means, to reach maximal Objectivity, we need a system, that uniformly distributes particles in the room.

    So my answer would be, maximal Objectivity is Wind.

    Cause: Wind is a mass flow, which according to the second rule of thermodynamics, tries to create maximal entropy between two different layers of air of pressure.

    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    So that means, to reach maximal Objectivity, we need a system, that uniformly distributes particles in the room.

    So my answer would be, maximal Objectivity is Wind.

    Cause: Wind is a mass flow, which according to the second rule of thermodynamics, tries to create maximal entropy between two different layers of air of pressure.

    Sounds sexy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    wrong.

    lame = you not doing your own research as if someone else should care so much about what matters to you that it means even more to them than it does to you.
    lame = not realizing that asking people who've experienced an event first-hand, is research.

    lame = a person who places an inappropriate amount of value the virtue of his/her twisted idea of self-sufficiency

    lame = spending time and energy to post about what they supposedly don't care about

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    In my interaction with an ENTP, I've been the one who has steadied em out so to say, so yes an INTP is likely to be more objective.

    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    That's an interesting one - what about the INTJ vs INTP then?
    imho, the INTJ is more likely philosopheresque since its structure first and thinking later, whereas an INTP is more likely a thinker. The INTJ comes across as strategic whereas the INTP's Ne shows more (extraverted attitude and hence more shallow) and maybe first mostly whereas a thinker more in steady discourses mainly.

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    Can you take your minds off these matters and either point me or suggest
    4 letter categories that are right, funny or insightful when applied to animals

    could a lab rat ever be an INTP
    what letters are right for a pig

    a dog

    a cat

    a rat

    a sheep


    a goat

    a beaver

    a badger

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    The most objective type is ISTJ.

    Their flaws are: too much focus and too many details. But the opinion of 100 ISTJs costs more than the opinion of one NTP.

    Why?

    Because NTPs are driven by self-interest and inner principles.

    They may have objective views internally, but you almost never can be sure about the value of what they say - do they mean it, or not. Moreover, it's very likely that their internal views are also shaped around their predefined personalities, when it comes to people.

    If it is a pure scientific matter, I might prefer the opinion of NTP, because it would be concise and essential.
    If it is a social matter, I wouldn't trust any NT. Not only that they just lack certain intuition about feelers, but they will distort the facts in some way, for sure, in consistency with their agenda and goals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starbadger View Post
    Can you take your minds off these matters and either point me or suggest
    4 letter categories that are right, funny or insightful when applied to animals

    could a lab rat ever be an INTP
    what letters are right for a pig

    a dog

    a cat

    a rat

    a sheep


    a goat

    a beaver

    a badger
    Rats are social, hierarchical and have the typical rash aggression of a prey animal. So no, INTP wouldn't be reflected by a rat, or any rat for that matter. Both rat and pig would be of the SP temperament.

    ...why did you post in this thread? You could have revived the MBTI animal thread.
    Um, yeah.

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    K I guess I missed the boat on this one, but...

    SolitaryWalker used to be BlueWing? I've heard people mention BlueWing but never actually seen a post with that name.

    Also, yes, INTP sounds like the answer here.
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