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nyrtzi



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revolution wrote:
Unfortunately IQ results are really only good for showing what someone scored on the IQ test. They don't seem to correlate to any real job requirements or performance abilities IME.



I've heard that high IQ just means that you're quicker on the uptake. But like you said that has little to do with if people use the gift they've been given and even if they are able to go faster that doesn't mean that they're guaranteed to go into the right direction, right?
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Furs



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Well, it was just an example. Wink
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i looked at the title, and rewire my mind,

if we skip the gender part, there are obvious capabilities difference among human, man vs man, female vs female,

the idea is, could we balance all the differences, my answer is yes,
anyone who struggle hard to balance will attain at least better than average,

are there topics that human cannot discuss? yes, there are, and probably a lot,

i guess because changes cause more changes, and probably some sort of control are needed to prevent the impact out of control,

and usually when it is out of control, it turns violence, i guess,
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