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From: ka at khidr.net (Ka)
Subject: Totally Off Topic: Teach me how to measure my IQ

<quoting zan>
> stanford-binet is language based, but is easily translate-able, but no
> that is in no way an accurate representation of a question on that test,
>  it is (to repeat myself) G BASED, NON-LEARNED</shouting in your ear>
> people who disreagrd IQ tests are afraid of the issues about thier
> self-worth that they raise. so drop the "grapes are sour anyways"
> attitude (see aesop for an explanation of that one)
</quoting>

Thank you for shouting, in my old age this is really a help.

I didn't disregard IQ tests, Sir/Madam.
I reacted to somebody who bragged with his IQ.


Ok then, now for the logician:

If   (
     intelligence is the ability to learn
and
     admitting one's lack of knowledge
     is a prerequisite to learn
and
     bragging is a sure sign of having not learned,
     how one's own mind is functioning,
     )
then
     bragging about one's IQ is a sure sign
     of lack of intelligence.


It's a pleasure to discuss with you<grin>
Ka



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