Discussion in 'Alternative Theories' started by Fork, Jun 20, 2013.
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There is an IQ industry.
Not a big one I think, but an industry nonetheless,
which in return for hard cash will assess your "super IQ"
and send you proof of it.
Has Langan tried a Mensa test? I've seen examples of that, and it's damned hard.
We've been discussing the verbal part of one such super IQ test on this thread
What do you think?
Do you think that you would have to be a genius to get full marks on this test,
given a month with a dictionary and thesaurus?
I believe genius is required to get full marks on it yes.
Fair enough. There are a few tough ones.
But what about standard tests, such as Mensa's?
Has he taken such a test?
If he took one and scored very very highly, I might accept that ordinary IQ tests won't measure his intelligence accurately.
I suspect that he has only taken tests produced by the IQ vanity industry.
Does Chris still think that there is a mathematical equation that can prove there is an afterlife?
Just for fun. Try this one. You don't have to send your email address to get the results.
It's unusual in that it only has those shape tests, which I don't like very much.
I scored 126
No one had a go?
Perhaps "fun" was the wrong word.
OK it's tedious, but it only takes half an hour, it's free, and there's a result at the end.
What were you going to do anyway?
I don't get those shape tests.
They start off easy, but eventually there seems to be no pattern at all.
There must be something about them that I don't understand.
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