As an atheist, I feel extremely comfortable saying that you're very gay and in desperate need of outside help for survival.
@stuntbrain Great counterpoint.I'll cite you as my example in future when I respond to questions about atheists not necessarily being smarter.
That's great, except this was unintentionally posted as a response to your question by mistake. SorryI'm unsure how to feel about my mental lapse being used to support your future arguments... part of me is happy to help and the other part is engaged in furious self-hatred
@stuntbrain I did think your post seemed oddly irrelevant and offended as a response to anything I had said. What post /were/ you supposed to be responding to?
Ugh I'm one big mistake! Please replace *question* with *opinion*.
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Not to mention most people working fields of science are agnostic, or atheists it's very rare to find religious ones especially Conservative religious people who actually believe in old traditions created by so called god
Different times. Atheism is more prevalent now than it was in those days
What does the difference in the eras suggest about the wisdom and intelligence of any given man? You asked about intelligence, so explain how being in a time that is more atheist suggests that people are more intelligent for being atheist.As Chesterton said, “It is absurd for the Evolutionist to complain that it is unthinkable for an admittedly unthinkable God to make everything out of nothing, and then pretend that it is more thinkable that nothing should turn itself into everything.”Further, as Justin Buckley Dyer & Micah J. Watson wrote in their book, C. S. Lewis on Politics and the Natural Law:"Here then was the problem: Modern liberal democracies rest on a theoretical foundation that is undercut by certain popularized versions of physical science. Those popular claims are twofold: (1) the physical world can be exhaustively cataloged and analyzed with reference only to physical matter, and (2) man, as a physical organism, can be quantified without being qualified."Suffice to say, you confuse chronology with intellect. This hardly suggesting very deep thinking.
How to join that society and how did you find out about it? Thanks.
Must be desperate for members.
Oh yeah and i am also a millionaire.
@Guoluren Google MENSA and take their practice test to get your I. Q. score. If you want to become a member you need to be tested in person, they no longer do the real test online.
@CountessSarah When I was 21 years old, before I got sick, my MENSA I. Q. Score was 187, which is in the "Super Genius" range.
People who are secure about their intelligence, don't feel the need to tell everyone what a high IQ they have and whatever arbitrary groups they're apparently in.The fact you posted this, just screams that you're insecure about your IQ and feel the need to overcompensate.
@CountessSarah he needs to do some fact checking since the highest score ever on a mesa test was actually from a 11 year old and it was 162 and she only did it last year. But yet this guy claims he has 182 when the highest was only found last year? and is not above 182. I swear every-time i've seen this guy comment something you can legit just look up in 5secs that he has not a clue what he is even lying about. And you can actually look up the max score you can get on a MESA test which is 161 as an adult. and 162 as under 18. This guy cannot even lie good
@Kaneki05 Oh, yeah, I knew it was bullshit immediately. But I'm more interested in what it says about the character than its accuracy.
Welp at least i he cannot really fool anyone. Since 3secs later you can find out what he said ain't even possible lol