Re: Intelligence Tests
Jun 04, 1996 11:34 PM
by alexis dolgorukii
At 08:18 PM 6/4/96 -0400, you wrote:
>In message <email@example.com>, alexis
>dolgorukii <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes
>>just one bit of information to add to the data-bank, but it's really
>>meaningless in making comparisons between people.
>>"Rough guide" yes, "accurate chart" no!
>I have long said that there should be an "E.Q." (Emotional Quotient) to
>go along with the I.Q. I walked away from MENSA because all they want
>to do is carry on playing mind- and puzzle-games. Raher like the Masons
>have to have 33 variants of "Knock, knock, who's there!"
>Ancient Wisdom for a New Age
I have long carefully avoided Mensa because so many of them were losers! 132
is NOT very bright. I was once invited to join the Four sigma Society, where
the cut-off was 170, I went to a meeting and found they were all computer
programmers "Nerds" in plastic jackets who drove Porches. I told them that
they could let me know when they got about ten other artists, I didn't like
hanging around with non-creative people.
To this date they don't even have one! My favorite story about Four Sigma is
this. I have a good friend named Ronland R,Crum. He designed the Viking
lander and was a major "Rocket Scientist". The President of the Four Sigma
invited him to join and offered to waive the "qualification exam"...Ron's
answer was: "George, I don't need a card to prove I'm smart, I've got a
little machine up on Mars going beep-beep-beep, that says I'm smart!"....
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