brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
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Tue Jul 30 19:18:56 EST 2002
"John Knight" <johnknight at usa.com> wrote in message
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> > "John Knight" <johnknight at usa.com> skrev i melding
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> > > > > This is a real hoot, Brian. Part of understanding this problem is
> > > > > understanding the ENGLISH language, which cary proved that she
> > > >
> > > > Of course I am correct.
> > > > Unlike them I am on the spiraling ladder to Godhood, and one
> > is
> > > > that you'll have to shed the flesh.
> > > > http://www.transtopia.org
> > > >
> > > > Brian
> > > > PS. Your Christian God was a great crutch, but it is time to lay
> > the
> > > > crutch as the old tool has served it's purpose.
> > > > It's time to evolve.
> > >
> > > Well, thanks for the offer, Brian, but we'll have to let you know when
> > we've
> > > got an opening for another God );
> > One should be his/her own God.
> > I don't care to much about the libbies, they'll spiral themselves
> > to their own demise.
> > > In the interim, your expertise in probability and statistics could be
> > > useful in setting the record straight regarding multiple choice
> > > Is there anything you'd like to add about this?
> > Well, we could open it up by looking at the culturally neutral IQ-tests
> > multiple choice.
> > Personally I have completed what is called the 'Ravens Matrix Standard
> > Test', and it involves several choices for each question.
> > The questions involved are purely geometrical, something even the
> > should be able to understand that it is culturally neutral.
> > Each multiple choices is not exactly 'wrong' but involves a degree of
> > rightness vs. wrongness, and they can measure through your choices
> > which level your IQ is centered.
> > IE; A person goes through question 1. and answers it correctly, the same
> > question 2,3,4,5 and 7, then he misses on 6,8,9 and 10.
> > We can see just at WHICH question he begin to miss, where his IQ-level
> > set (question 6), and it might reflect a bad draw, different thinking;
> > thus we end up judging that the borderline is 'fuzzy' (as he chose
> > on question 7).
> > Second level of judgement is when we go into detail and see which choice
> > actually made, the degree of rightness, as the questions will become
> > and harder to get correct (IE 100% on 1, 95% on 2 etc.)
> > And when the level of correctness reaches zero, that is when we have hit
> > borderline, his maximum level of intelligence.
> > Maybe you'll understand what I'm saying, I doubt the semi-tards will :-)
> > It's quite simple.
> > Brian
> Believe it or not, Brian, the "liberals" are still arguing over what the
> distribution would be if test takers just randomly guessed at the answers
> a four choice multiple choice question.
> The distribution over 10,000 test takers will be as follows:
> A) 25%, plus or minus 0.75%
> B) 25%, plus or minus 0.75%
> C) 25%, plus or minus 0.75%
> D) 25%, plus or minus 0.75%
> Without wasting any time with all their silly and erroneous suppositions
> assumptions (the kind of thing they must have gone through when they and
> their cohorts answered lower than if they'd just guessed on ONE THIRD of
> questions), do you agree or disagree that this would be the distribution?
This WOULD PROBABLY be the distribution. You keep using probabilities while
trying to speak with certainty. You can't do that.
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