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1,000 Americans created $10 trillion GDP over 25 years.

The competent looking candidate wins!

Nobel Laureates have conducted research on themselves, which may be the highest standard of research!

Not following a leader out of instinct, being imprinted or brainwashed tends to lead to free will and success!

Independent action leads to success!

“People who are afraid of failure are people who think themselves so great, they can’t fail.” ~ Frank Zappa.

Intelligence is the ability to respond appropriately to a situation.

IQ tends to increase with an Increase in working memory.

Search engines rely pulse-frequency coding, which is somewhat similar to the potential of the human brain, but computers will likely never be able to match the many comparisons a human can to in multiple disciplines!

Intelligence involves knowing where to observe and how interpret things.

20% variation work performance due to intelligence, 4% variation in income.

The Project Zero researchers found Up to the age of 4, almost all children were geniuses in multiple frames of intelligence; however by the age of 20, the percentage of geniuses within a population whittles down to 10%… and over the age of twenty, a mere 2% retained their genius ability.

The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People Be Proactive; Begin with the End in Mind, Put First Things First; Think Win-Win; Seek First to Understand, Then to be Understood; Synergize; Sharpen the Saw.

Edgar Dale's Cone of Experience: 80% of what we personally experience 95% or what we teach others.

Glucose exhaustion will impact decision making and judgments, willpower, decision-making can get harsher as exhaustion sets in.

Better decisions are made when there is too much information to process according to Dijksterhuis’s study.

Attention, flexibility, resourcefulness and patience determine success in nature.

Intelligence is linked to curiosity.

Intelligence is less valuable than creativity and education tends to reduce creativity.

The ability to survive in and adapt to environmental conditions, and the ability to extract complex information from the environment, are the best ways to measure intelligence.

Encephalization quotient (brain-to-body ratio) is a way to measure intelligence with large frontal lobes.

The book Structure of Scientific Revolution argues revolution is often about catching a mistake or an anomaly in data.

Intelligence is difficult to measure and all intelligence tests may be biased and somewhat meaningless. For instance, there are different types of intelligence consisting of Linguistic; Logical/mathematical; body/kinesthetic; spatial; interpersonal; intrapersonal are the various types of abilities that education should be geared to fostering.

Intelligence can be linked to survival skills, amount of genes an organism has, life expectancy, music skills, motor skills, artistic skills, communication skills, analytical skills, logic skills and reasoning skills.

Intelligence can be difficult to measure in so-called right-brain skills (analytical and symbolic skills), but easier to measure in so-called left-brain skills (more quantitative and perhaps logical).

Some think animals that live long lives (and we still do not know who long some animals live) are very intelligent and have adapted to their environment very well.

Persons who have lived long lives, but are called primitive or non-industrialized, may be very good at adapting to their environment and intelligent.

Plants tend to have more genes than humans, and they may have abilities that humans do not have, including psychic. Therefore, they could be considered more intelligent than humans.

Plants may have lived on the planet longer than humans, so they may be more intelligent than humans.

Plants may be some of the oldest species on the planet, and they same may be said of some turtles, so maybe they are more intelligent than humans.

Artists some times have more visual or intuitive skills and are considered right-brain dominant and they may be more intelligent then some scientists who may be more left-brain dominant, but both may be very similar in their skills and tend to be right-brain dominant and tend to associate together.

So-called businessmen, accountants (also called bean counters), and lawyers may be left-brain dominant and may be less intelligent than artists and scientists on certain test, So-called businessmen, accountants (also called bean counters), and lawyers may be left-brain dominant and may be less intelligent than artists and scientists on certain test, but may have a broader range of skills.

Intelligence may consist of a narrow range of skills or a broad range of skills, each of which may be near equally useful.

Intelligence may be equally valuable as either a specialty (narrow range of skills) or a so-called general education (broad range of skills).

Certain island cultures tend to embrace the limited resource concept and that may be certain island cultures tend to embrace the limited resource concept and that may be a sign of intelligence.

Japanese tend to have the longest life expectancy of the so-called industrial Nations and may be very intelligent and have an excellent education system, and tend to not allow segregation of students at early grades (know as tracking) due to how the students tests

Germans tend to be very intelligent and tend to be the most technically advanced.

Native Americans can be considered very intelligent because they maintained natural resources very well.

Some consider Middle Eastern Cultures very intelligent because they tend to organize or join together in activities very well and tend to have excellent intelligence gathering capabilities.

It is very difficult to measure which culture or lifestyle or Nation has the best intelligence or intelligence gathering capabilities or measuring capabilities.

The book Superlearning suggests that intelligence can be learned.

Some think the ability to simplify information, such as in an equation, is a sign of intelligence.

Some think that neural density or brain activity is a sign of intelligence.

Some think that neural density or brain activity is often best achieved by a rich and perhaps beautiful natural environment, and that often exists in cultures that most respect the natural environment, or what is best for nature.

Health, survival skills, ability to adapt, and lifespan may be better indicators of intelligence than shallow intelligence Quotient tests. Daniel Goleman claims IQ contribute only about 20 percent of the factors that determine success. Emotional Intelligence might account for about 80 percent of success, which may include according to Emotional Energy, Stress (levels?), Optimism, Self-Esteem, Commitment to Work, Attention to Detail, Desire for Change, Courage, Self-Direction, Assertiveness, Tolerance, Consideration for Others, & Sociability. The book Superlearning has some great comments about ideal learning environments. Certain genetic illnesses may correspond to lower intelligence by 10 IQ points; Certain supplements may increase intelligence; Certain drugs may cause birth defects, and perhaps while on these drugs intelligence is lowered, such as alcohol, and perhaps all anti-seizure drugs.