Correlation Tics and Intelligence?
OmegaZero2003 at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 31 20:01:50 EST 2003
"KP_PC" <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote in message
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> "J C" <null at nowhere.net> wrote in message
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> | On Thu, 30 Oct 2003 15:19:15 GMT, "KP_PC"
> | <k.p.collins at worldnet.att.net> wrote:
> | [...]
> | You seem to be saying that IQ can be
> | learned through experience and enhanced
> | and thus a person can increase their score
> | on a standardized IQ test. However we all
> | know that there are people that no matter
> | how much experience you give them still
> | find even simple tasks impossible. We also
> | know that highly intelligent people can
> | practice by taking as many IQ tests as they
> | want, but that their scores do not substantially
> | improve over time.
> | Therefore, I firmly contend that experience
> | knowledge, although linked, is different than
> | the innate processing power of a given human
> | brain. (Didn't I read that Einstein's brain was
> | studied and found to have more neurons than
> | the average brain?)
> Substantially-more neuralglia, not neurons
> An over-abundance of neurons would only
> 'get in the way' of convergence within the
> global network.
Nah! Not at all!!
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