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  1. I’m such a sad, pathetic Feynman fanboi… The man rules.

    Some people gave a lot to humanity — Bach, Galileo, Fleming — but they were eventually recognized for their work. I hope that Feynman will eventually be recognized for his opinions…

    I share a quality with Feynman — neither of us could get into Mensa. I can’t think of a more encouraging notion than that — I’m not a genius, and neither was Feynman.

  2. Ahh, but Mensa makes no attempt to measure anything but blinkered puzzle-crunching. I’ve long held that there are at least two aspects to intelligence that need to be measured seperately to have any meaning in the real world, glibly labelled common-sense and booksmarts, as evidenced by theist scientists.

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