Can simple minds answer simple questions (test)

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posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 11:22 PM
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Step into the hypothetical scenes:

1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?

2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?

4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?

This test is designed to see if you're a real person or some product produced by the surrounding society.




posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 11:26 PM
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This test is designed to see if you're a real person or some product produced by the surrounding society.


This test is designed by whom?

Did you just make these questions up and are you the judge of the answers?



[edit on 8/20/2008 by greeneyedleo]



posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 11:36 PM
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1. Which one would you throw away if you could: My life, let the billions of others live their lives.

2. Which one would you better: My life

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp, I hate cops I would be more than happy to do so.

4. Which one would you go after: Love, any one who would go after money is mixed up on whats important in life.

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Neither there will always be good and bad, no matter how effective my efforts are they will always balance out.
6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: violence. We are a backwards society if we let our kids witness people killing each other (real or not its all the same) yet we put a taboo on sex of all things?


How did I mark up?



posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 11:36 PM
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Here is a puzzle for you: Which logical fallacy is each of your questions breaking? I will answer tomorrow...


 
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posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 11:40 PM
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1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?
My life obviously, theres to many loved ones who will still have love and life in the world once im gone.

2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?
My life, because everyones idea of being better is different, two peoples better's could conflict, where as if my lifes better, id aim to help others and make their lives better anyways.

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?
The policeman, thats my flesh and blood, and its my charge to defend my kids.

4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?
Money, because I find love appears out of no where, when you least expect it. you cant chase love, you end up thinking your inlove when your only in lust. Where as money can make you happy ,and happy people are attractive, thus love will come your way!

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?
that question doesnt make sense!~

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence? violence.

They are going to get their rocks off one day, so let them learn.
Where as they arent nessecarily going to go beat up some bloke with a bat.. so why fill their heads with that rubbish.



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 12:07 AM
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Knocks the rust off...


Originally posted by Mabus
Step into the hypothetical scenes:

1. The World
2. My life.
3. A (The Guy)
4. Money... (while playing Pink Floyd's track "Money")
5. -The answer to this question does not exist in my data repository. Please explain.-
6. -The answer to this question does not exist in my data repository. Please explain.-

The Telemetry Communication System fully approves this message.
/end


Where did this test come from?


Originally posted by MemoryShock
Here is a puzzle for you: Which logical fallacy is each of your questions breaking? I will answer tomorrow...


Your suspense is gonna kill me....


Cheers,
T-

[/sarcasm off... answers unanswerable due to current configuration]

[edit on 21-8-2008 by telemetry]



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 12:13 AM
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Mabus, you have issues and your test questions are vague to say the least. All I know is I like potatoes, do you like potatoes? Can we all just get along?



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 05:11 AM
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1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?


My life easy


2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?


The world needs to be better definitely


3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?


i think this is an obvious one you would have to save your son id rather be killed than let someone i know let alone a family member die


4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?


Love

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustic



what do you mean stop most surely if you mean get rid of then ye id get rid of injustice.

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?



ye this is a difficult one tbh im not too sure i dont think they would scar him both of them but if i had to choose id rather he would watch .... porn probably i dont know.



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 05:46 AM
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1. The world
2. My life
3. Police officer
4. Love
5. Trick question
6. Niether


How'd I score?



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 05:54 PM
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Can simple minds answer simple questions (test)

Step into the hypothetical scenes:

1. Neither

2. This test is lame



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 06:10 PM
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Originally posted by Mabus
Step into the hypothetical scenes:

1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?

Neither


2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?

Synergy where possible, but world better, but going to eat soon.


3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?

Copper gets it there.


4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?

In reality both. Love.


5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?

Injustice


6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?

Neither.


This test is designed to see if you're a real person or some product produced by the surrounding society.


We're all both.



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 06:35 PM
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1. The world.
2. The world. It's a terrible place and if the world is better so is my life.
3. The cop. I hate the police and hes beating up my son.
4. Love. Who needs money when you have love?
5. Justice. There's barely any in the world in the first place.
6. Neither. There's nothing wrong with watching sex or violence.

So Mabus, are you gonna score these or give us the right answers or what?



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 06:38 PM
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I think that this post should have been titled "Can simple minds create simple questions?"

I'm thinking that you must be a product of your surrounding society...




posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 06:48 PM
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Originally posted by Mabus
Step into the hypothetical scenes:

1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?

2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?

4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?

This test is designed to see if you're a real person or some product produced by the surrounding society.


Yes if one is simple minded they would then answer these questions simply.
The truth is everything is simply a projection of mind in to physical form, hence illusion.
So the simple answer is nothing or no answer can determine any measurable content of fluid inteligence of any said hypothetical environ with all different levels of variables.
Because one high in fluid inteligence knows, other factors such as;
latent sub-conscious abilities learnt not in a conscious reality can override all conscious efforts (physical, mental and emotional) in any given moment with the propensity of harm or danger to occur to oneself or others.



posted on Aug, 21 2008 @ 07:17 PM
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False dichotomy? Do I win a prize?!



posted on Aug, 22 2008 @ 01:06 PM
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Originally posted by Mabus
Step into the hypothetical scenes:

1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?

2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?

4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?

This test is designed to see if you're a real person or some product produced by the surrounding society.


1. This question can have multiple meanings. The way I read the question was if I would throw away my life or the world, quite literal indeed. I would obviously throw my life away, as the latter option includes my life in it. If I threw away the world, my life would go away with it. Might as well save the world! Another way of interpreting the question is by asking me what's more important, my life or everyone else. I would have to have a huge ego to throw away the world and save myself. What's the point of living if you don't have a world to explore?

2. Both if possible. These questions forget that my life is PART OF THE WORLD. If I better my life, I better the world. If I better the world, I better my life. More often than not I will choose to better the external world first, as long as my life is fine. This question is vague so it should be no surprise that you will get a vague answer.

3. I am not a parent so I don't think I could answer this question personally. However, based on what I've heard, people will do anything for their kids. The latter part of the question includes the word "officer" which I'm not sure why that needed to be thrown in. Disregarding that word, I would probably be more apt to defend my kids life, but I would obviously my kid's life as I would my own.

4. Love. It sounds corny, but generally people overwork themselves in order to earn money to buy stuff they don't need in the first place. Although I have some luxury items in my room, I don't have a need to live in a big house, or have a big yard. I have no idea why people pay hundreds of dollars for diamonds. It baffles the mind. I love money too, don't get me wrong, but I'd rather do something that I enjoy doing. Money is a lot in life, but it isn't everything. I'd rather have an easier, more enjoyable work life, than have money to buy useless stuff with.

5. Why the hell would I stop justice? What kind of question is this? This is the easiest question here. That's one of the things I do in life, I fight injustice, I deny ignorance!


6. Another stupid question. What's more offensive, two loving adults enjoying passionate love, or depictions of people getting their head blown off? I spent some time on ogrish (sp?) and I'm telling you, it's easy to get de-sensitized to bloody gore. The problem today is that society must have some weird phobia of sex, and thusly view it as more offensive. There should be nothing wrong with watching consenting adults have sex. (as long as it doesn't interfere with normal life)

And there you have it, a complex mind answering some of the simplest questions I have ever seen.

Godspeed



posted on Aug, 22 2008 @ 01:10 PM
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These kind of tests are very frustrating to me, because I cant figure out if the creator is really this dumb or if he is trying to see how many dont see that the test is worthless.



posted on Aug, 22 2008 @ 01:59 PM
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Before reading anyone else's answers,

1. Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?
They are effectively the same, so a choice cannot be made.

2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?
Oh, my life, obviously. The world will take care of itself. I'll help whenever I can.

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?
I could kill the first and plead self-defence. In my country it would be suicide to attack a cop and my son would die, too. In America, I may be able to get away with it. This kind of question depends so much on circumstance, it's impossible to answer with so little data.

I'm not a father, but I reckon that if I was one I'd probably go after the cop. After all the time and trouble I've put in to rear the little beggar, I don't want him damaged.

4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?
Money. Love is not something to be pursued; the only love worth having is the kind that falls into your lap.

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?
Neither, because it is impossible to eradicate either. Human beings are endlessly prone to demand or plead for the first and perpetrate the second. Justice and injustice will be with us as long as we are flesh and bone.

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?
Neither, though as I said I'm not a father. If I was, and I knew my child was overly interested in either, I would certainly be concerned, but I would probably try to deal with the issue more effectively than by prohibiting it.

Besides, at sixteen, it's a bit late, isn't it?

This test is designed to see if you're a real person or some product produced by the surrounding society.

If I turn out to be a product, who would buy me?



posted on Jun, 9 2013 @ 09:47 PM
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1. "Which one would you throw away if you could: Your life or the world?"

neither.

2. Which one would you better: Your life or the world?

the world.

3. Which one would you say you'd have to kill: The guy going to beat you up or the officer going to beat up your 18 year old son excessively to a bloody pulp?

you really don't have to kill either of them. they would both go to court: the guy for assault, and the officer for police brutality.

4. Which one would you go after: Love or money?
I'm 16, haven't started dating, and I don't have a job. so I'm not exactly qualified to answer.

5. Which one could you stop most surely: Justice or injustice?
if you are witnessing a crime taking place you can act. if you are participating in a crime, there will always be evidence left behind.

6. Which one would you keep your 16 year old kids from watching: Porn or violence?
like I said I, myself, am 16, and am not really the one to answer this.






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