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Posted by Nicholas on November 13, 2002 21:54:50 UTC

"How about discussing professional misconduct among physics and astronomy professionals? "

So what do you consider misconduct? I'm interested to hear.

"I am a healthy 65-year-old male in the genius category, yes. It is evidential not self-proclaimed."

Did you check out my post in the General Discussion section? Do you realize that you have virtually all of the qualities I listed? Do you realize that there are countless other lunatics who claim to have a theory for the universe? Do you actually think that you're the special one among this group?

"At an IQ of 136"

Are you sure that wasn't your SAT score? Or perhaps the number of kilovolts required to knock sense into you?

"Do you have a problem with someone having a few positive qualities? "

Nope. Let me know if you see one.

"which puts me just barely into the top 2%, there are about 120,000,000 people in the world who are smarter than I am. It doesn't bother me to be down at the 120 millionth level from the top"

I think you should docked a few points (like 100) for thinking that intelligence can be simply measured by an IQ test.

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