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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    you're an idiot.
    thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sentura View Post
    you're an idiot.
    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
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    +1 FTW

    I isn't ever gonna be einstein. In fact, none of us are...so it didn't bother this intp in the least.

    Albert's dead. And I'm not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    thank you.
    please, you don't need to thank me for stating the obvious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norepinephrine View Post
    +1 FTW

    I isn't ever gonna be einstein. In fact, none of us are...so it didn't bother this intp in the least.
    When 'accused' of being smart, Einstein himself claimed he wasn't that clever..but that he was very curious and he was persistent. That he kept asking why to the things he wanted to know...and, holding the belief firmly that there was an answer to everything, dug deeper until finally, he found some of the answers.

    I believe it is the elements of time and persistence that makes him appear so. Such a paradox...his own theory of relativity is perhaps why he is perceived as extremely clever. Taking one's life work, which took many many years to arrive to, mentally packaging his milestone accomplishments conveniently with bookends summarizing his achievements and attributing them to him.

    Lest we not forget the element of time across work which allowed this. Tenacity.

    Edison attempted 14,000 different ways of learning how not to make a lightbulb. By default over time, through process of elimination...he found us a plausible, practical design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar7 View Post
    When 'accused' of being smart, Einstein himself claimed he wasn't that clever..but that he was very curious and he was persistent. That he kept asking why to the things he wanted to know...and, holding the belief firmly that there was an answer to everything, dug deeper until finally, he found some of the answers.

    I believe it is the elements of time and persistence that makes him appear so.
    Actually, I seem to recall reading that it was Einstein's obsession with the nature of light that led to his theories.

    Such a simple thing that is so easy to ignore. Or, if not ignore, put aside in favor of more pedestrian pursuits - like food, clothing and lodging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by norepinephrine View Post
    Actually, I seem to recall reading that it was Einstein's obsession with the nature of light that led to his theories.
    Thats prolly why he sucked with girls too. "Hey baby, I am obsessed with the nature of your light"
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Thats prolly why he sucked with girls too.
    I wouldn't say that. He ruthlessly exploited the mathematical skill of his wives very well, and got all the fame only for him.
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    Can you please stop ruining my jokes ?
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    That depends. How much do you offer?

    I accept credit cards.
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    I think einstien was an INTP with a very well developed Ne, so far more xNTP than the average INTP.
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