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Better Does Not Equal Smarter..

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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 25, 2002 13:44:27 UTC

Better is a description of actions.
We were talking about psychological problems the scientific community may have in making logical decisions.
This does not necessarily have anything to do with how intelligent a person.
Does the typical scientist have tendencies to follow the group, or are they influenced by greed, ego, anger hate, etc. These emotions will cause a persons logical abilities to diminish.
Habits indicate how we act. IQ tests do not.
I do not intend to smear their reputations.
I just want to get a realistic idea of why they come to incorrect conclusions sometimes.

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