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    Um, it's a J not a G, yes I am intellectually siperoir to the person above me because they dont know how to spell pokemon names
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunnyDigestion View Post
    Um, it's a J not a G, yes I am intellectually siperoir to the person above me because they dont know how to spell pokemon names
    I'm intellectually superior in my spelling of important words like superior and ... stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    I'm intellectually superior in my spelling of important words like superior and ... stuff.
    Guess what, I didn't mean to do that. Mistakes are natural, that's why they put pencils have erasers. What's the square root of a hundred.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FunnyDigestion View Post
    Guess what, I didn't mean to do that. Mistakes are natural, that's why they put pencils have erasers. What's the square root of a hundred.
    Oh God.
    I can't overcome this difficult conversation.
    :exasperated:
    you win.
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    06/13 10:51:55 shortnsweet: !!!!
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    *points at his physics Ph.D.*

    @shortnsweet is smarter than me in that she didn't bother to get one.
    An argument is two people sharing their ignorance.

    A discussion is two people sharing their understanding, even when they disagree.

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    Interesting point, if i say yes I would be hinting at the fact that my statement is unlikely to be true due to the fact that one can hardly answer that question with any certitude in the absence of feedback and a more defined OP. Intellectually superior can imply many things. It could mean recognized as a more proeminent intellectual by other intellectuals for example, but intellectuals are first and foremost adherant to a type of lifestyle and way to deal with the world rather than people who can reliably be expected to have a wide enough skillset to be considered as likely to be 'more intelligent' than the next person in a widespread set of problem solving situations. This limited and up to self referential definition of intelligence would be akin to saying 'you are good at being an intellectual' for example.

    Intelligence can be seen as a thing in itself or a thing defined by the way it deals with its purpose. From this perspective intelligence would be about adaptation to given situations. This would include types of intelligence like emotional intelligence, kinesthetic intelligence etc...
    Now if we want to find some 'general view' of intelligence we'd have to look at humanity as a whole. The interesting bit with this particular species of social animals is that we create our own environment, so we evolved not only our own culture and technology but also evolved alongside it. The time dimension then becomes an important factor to try to answer this question. In this particular pairing (culture\biology) culture is always going to outpace the slowly changing genetic pool for the species. We could then look at the feedback between environment and brain and its translation into if not necessarily directly observable behavior at least information that will then modify the next series of environment\brain feedback loops in a way that is more or less adaptive depending on the context.

    Last but not least we can look at the brain itself or standard tests (IQ, EQ if they find some way to make it less biased etc.) and correlate intelligence with some accepted standards for success or ability. That could be anything from '(s)he gets more resources' (test scores, money, partners in quantity or quality) to '(s)he can deal with archetypical problem solving situations better than x'
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    yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    yes.
    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    yes.
    You don't know me. In the absence of data you should base your estimation on at least some commonly accepted measure for intelligence (eq\iq etc) and the few data you know about me: my type (yes u could dispute that) and then use statistics to see the likelihood of your statement being true and answer in terms of raw probability.
    On average ENTPs outscore ENTJs in these raw aptitude tests. Just sayin'

    Quote Originally Posted by Nerd Girl View Post
    No.
    I honestly don't give a shit
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    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
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