posted on Mar, 10 2007 @ 03:32 PM
How do people with IQs of 140 - 200 think?
How do geniuses with IQ's Of 140 - 200 think? How do you geniuses feel emotionally, socially, and what are your ideologies in life?
I would like to hear from posters who have official test results, and other forms of IQ test.
Well I do not have any "proof" at hand here, but just take my word that my IQ is above 140 (I believe my last test showed 148) And I scored 549 on a
primary school test with as max score: 550 points
So, how do I feel emotionally, socially, and what are my ideologies in life?
You could say i'm pretty much emotionless, cold-blooded?
It's not like I'm totally like those people in the movies that don't give a damn when their best friend gets killed or something like that (you
know, like the bad guys that just want power and stuff).
But I pretty much control my own emotions.
The only emotions I do feel by nature are pleasure (joy & love) and hate.
Though these are only triggered by extreme events (say if I were to hate someone, he'd have to break my morals, nothing else can get me to hate
someone, not even if he'd punch me in the stomach or face.)
And true pleasure I guess, I can only achieve If i'm with the girl I love.
Though luckily we share a connection that lies deeper within ("DreamWorld") so that's not much of a problem for me.
I pretty much think i'd be able to fake a lie detector test as well.
As for my emotional feelings: Due to being pretty emotionless, I have a sort of "I don't really care about anything in the world" look about me.
As i'm pretty much emotionless by nature with the exception for one or two emotions, I don't really have any need for friends.
You'd be able to lock me up in a cell with no lights and no windows, and i'd still manage (though it'd probably get boring after a while)
I have quite a few friends, but my own ideas I always keep to myself, I share thoughts that any other person from my age could have, but my
''other'' idea's, are always within my own mind, and given to those that I "talk with on the internet".
My social life is pretty stable, I've got an average amount of friends (or above average), and well, there's nothing really to say about this.
Do I feel frustrated because I can't really discuss some stuff with other people and work out plans and god may know what? No, as I don't really
Ideologies: (As in, morals?)
I do have some morals in my life, mostly based around honor.
Actually, that's pretty much the ONE moral that all other morals I have revolve around, and to save you a list, I'll only discuss my one
Have "honor" and respect.
Which is mostly based around these 2 (and similiar) situations:
1.: If you were for example to fight someone, and they would "gangbang" (eg.: 10 vs 1) I would see that as unethical, and you would not need to be
surprised if one of the 10 people suddenly got slammed by me.
2.: If you were for example to be dumped by a girl, or slammed in the face by an iceball, and someone else were to laugh at you whilst you are
obviously in pain (whether physical or emotional), I can get pissed as well.
You are responsible for your own actions and you do as you see fit, I see no reason to meddle with that, and as such, I don't care as to what you do.
aside from my one ''moral''.
However if something I find unethical DOES happen, do not see me cry or go all weird about it. "What happens happens, tough #".
And If you're wondering what I do fiddle around in, scientific stuff?
Sort of, mostly explosions, weaponry and similiar.
and on the other side:
[edit on 10/3/07 by -0mega-]