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What is your IQ? My IQ is 150 and you?

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There is God's IQ and there is man's IQ! God's people are the smartest, most courageous people in the world. Because God is. And we know what's important. Number 1 that there is a God. Number 2. That There is a heaven. Number 3. That there is a devil. and number 4. That there is a hell. If you know these things, then you can boast of being smart. Otherwise, you can boast of being a fool, my freinds. And to say otherwise, you are mocking my God.
---catherine on 3/31/10

It goes up and down depending on which blog I'm on. I believe it will rise to a near infinite level in Heaven. But Proverbs 1:2-7, 1Corinthians 1:17-31.
---Glenn on 3/30/10

Darlene-1 -- If somebody tells me, "I couldn't care less", I know what they really mean. I'm a bit of a stickler at times, though (my mother was an English teacher)
---Donna66 on 3/29/10

Interestingly, there is no adequate instrument available to measure real intelligence. They are all culturally biased in one way or another. God uses the unlearned or simple to confound the "wise". I would rather call myself stupid than to brag about my wisdom. The wisdom of man is foolishness to God.
---jody on 3/29/10

Donna66 thank you,its kind of you to say you're sorry,but there is nothing to forgive,I took no offense of any kind. I was just pointing out things aren't always what we may think they are with a person and they really do care. I just don't like labels of any kind,my feelings are there is no such thing as an all,which they indicate. Its really no problem and you do have the right to say whatever you think. Alls well. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 3/29/10

Darlene-1 ---Forgive my use of "careless". It was a play on words. I meant no insult. I'm a Texan, too.

Alan of UK noted that many people (Americans) use "I could care less" as if it means the same thing as "I couldn't care less". They are opposites.

"I could care less", means you DO care, (if you didn't, it would be impossible to care less). But however much you care, you admit that that your caring might be decreased for some reason.

Saying, "I couldn't care less", means, for you, the most extreme degree of NOT caring possible.

Both expressions are correct. But some people use one when they really mean the other. That's what I was trying to say.
---Donna66 on 3/28/10

It annoys me when people ask me things like:
"Can I lend your pen?" to which I ask "Who to?"... It's almost as bad as someone asking to borrow a tissue to blow their nose... Don't worry, you can keep it!
---simon7348 on 3/29/10

Donna66,you wrote people who say "I could care less" are careless is not correct especially "they don't pay attention to their speech". My words and speech mean a lot to me but being a Texan some of the things we use aren't used in other places. Consider this,a person says "I couldn't care less" to me it means no matter what happens they can't care any less than they do right then. I see "I could care less" as declaring I can care even less than I do right now. Could is the past of can. So it's a matter of personal choice,in what one wants to show,not correctness for one or the other.
---Darlene_1 on 3/28/10

Alan of UK-- your comment regarding "couldn't care less" was punlished.. Americans who care about the meaning of language never say "I could care less" ....meaning virtually the opposite of what they intend.
But "could care less" is a common error by the careless. They don't pay attention to their speech so they "couldn't care less".
---Donna66 on 3/27/10

Simon7348,when you said nurse a baby,I knew what you meant,but also it made me remember what the women of the South and Texas called it,"nuss" a baby,do you want to "nuss" my baby, meaning "to hold". Another one is "tend to" same as take care of. Southern slang is really a coloful language but it would take some getting used to. You can find Southern slang on the internet,if interested.
---Darlene_1 on 3/26/10

I posted this before, but don't think it was published'

In the UK we say "I could not care less"

Americans say "I could care less"

I'm glad we have here a blog where our differences are discussed without people becoming angry and accusatory!
---alanm8566_of_uk on 3/26/10

Another area that our language differs can be in meaning (I've mentioned this elsewhere). For example, consider the following conversation between an Australian male and an American female nanny...
AM: Would you nurse my baby for me? nurse=hold
look of horror on face of American
AM: Oh don't worry, I'll do it!
look of even more horror on the face of American

Same word, same spelling, different meaning. Talk about Babel ,-)
---simon7348 on 3/26/10

Alan8566UK thanks for the information. It really does get a wee bit complicated. It looks like the Americans unknowingly went back to the Latin to spell favor. America also has very different ways of saying things,to Texans,depending on what area of America one is in. Their accents can be very distinct and heavy. Boston Massachusetts people take words like "idea" and say it as "idear",adding an r after a vowel if the next word begins with a vowel. People do find a way though to communicate whatever the difference. God Bless
---Darlene_1 on 3/26/10

Darlene ... The word "harbour" or "harbor" derives from the old germanic word "herebourg" .... so what versions there have been since then, who knows?

The derivation of "favour" is from the Latin "favor"

The original name of Bristol was Brightstowe.

Bristolians tend to add an 'l' sound after vowel sounds at the end of a word ... So "idea" "carburetor" "marina" become ideal, carburetal and marinal.

A Bristolian with a full accent would probably not be understood within the sound of Bow Bells.
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/25/10

Just for information,I looked up the British spelling on harbor and favor in the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary and the "u" between "o" and "r" is how its listed by them. Webster has both forms if you know what to look for since the two different forms are not together. I now have checked the Oxford Dictionary Online and it has favour with the "u" between the "o" and "r",below favour it has US-favor,same for harbor. Alan I still haven't found the original spelling in Old British English for them. Ha Ha,we humans are so funny,thats a lot of time used looking up words when it doesn't really affect us or matter that much to anyone in the big scheme of life.
---Darlene_1 on 3/25/10

Donna ... Yes I knew about Websters, but I'd point out this is an international forum.
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/25/10

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Alan,I know in England they speak a different language,for instance..They put on their "titfor and go down the frog and toad for a cup of the old rosy, my old china"! TTFN!
tit for tat=hat
frog and toad=road
rosy lee=tea
chna plate=mate
ttfn= ta ta for now!
If you were born within the sound of Bow bells you don't need translation.Right Alan?
---1st_cliff on 3/25/10

Alan of UK--Merriam-Webster is considered the standard for American English, and probably always will be. While most Americans prefer American English, the Oxford is never considered incorrect.
---Donna66 on 3/24/10

Alan of UK -- The Merriam Webster is the standard for American English, but while (or whilst, if you prefer) this is true, the Oxford is never considered incorrect.
---Donna66 on 3/24/10

Cliff ... Merriam Webster? In the UK we go by the Oxford English Dictionary. That's from Oxford, the oldest English based university in the world (although Cambridge might argue about that!)

Darlene ... Don't know about the "our" that's not original spelling. I suspect "or" is just as close to the original.
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/24/10

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1st Cliff,Alan is so right. Many of the words we spell with "or" on the last syllable such as harbor,are spelled with a "our", example,"harbour" ,"favour",etc. in British language. Americans do have a record of shortening words or worse yet making slang out of them,for instance yep for yes,nope for no,which also vary in different parts of America. American language changes may not always be classy but they sure can be interesting.
---Darlene_1 on 3/24/10

Alan, It shows you can't trust authority,"realise" is not in the Merriam Webster on line dictionary!
We're never too old to learn.
---1st_cliff on 3/24/10

Cliff . Don't you realize that in the UK (which is after all where the English word came from) "realise" is an acceptable spelling?

You learn something everyday!
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/24/10

Alan, Do you "Realize" that spelling may be a factor in a high IQ??
---1st_cliff on 3/23/10

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Alan,I knew the whole point of the hole,but for those who are IQ challenged,I clarified it!
---1st_cliff on 3/22/10

Cliff ... Did you not realise that was the was the hole point of the question!!
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/21/10

More difficult IQ questions:
What do you call cheese that's not yours?
Nacho cheese!
If someone with multiple personalities threatens that a hostage crisis?
If at first you don't skydiving realy for you?
Will you love me when I'm old and ugly?
Of course I do!
---1st_cliff on 3/21/10

"What's a iq?"
ger.toshav on 3/20/10

An IQ is sorta like an ID.... You remember the The North Carolina Hilly Billy that got stopped by the New York traffic cop. When he asked the boy if he had any ID. The tar heal said, "Ugh... bout what?"
I tried to make hot drink using a tea spoon but it would never melt.
---Elder on 3/20/10

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What's a iq?
---ger.toshav on 3/20/10

1st cliff and Allan..THAT is FUNNY!!! I'm at the library and forgot where I was and LAUGHED OUT LOUD (Not a good thing to do at a library).

Well, now that I've had my SMILE today, I must be going!!

"What did the two walls say to each other?

"Meet you at the corner"!

And no, you don't need an IQ at all to get that one!
---kathr4453 on 3/20/10

Alan, But then again there's no such thing as 1/2 a hole!
---1st_cliff on 3/20/10

Elder's question would be more difficult (or easy, you decide) in England, because it would depend on whether the pound of butter cost 4 pounds a pound.

And I wonder whether you can answer this ... If it takes two men a day to dig a hole, how long would it take one man to dig a hole?

That I suppose depends on whether it is a whole hole, or only a half hole.
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/19/10

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Here are the "real" IQ questions=
If you choke a smurf what color will he turn?
can you daydream at night?
If a turtle loses it's shell, is it naked?
What's another word for "thesaurus"?
---1st_cliffs on 3/19/10

Ugh.... if I cut a stick of butter in quarters does it really make that stick worth a dollar?
---Elder on 3/19/10

Is this an IQ Question? Let's see: If one quarter of butter is .25C and you have 4 quarters, how much is 4 quarters worth?

If 4 quarters make a stick of butter, how many quarters make a half a stick?

If I have 4 quarters and one quarter drops on the floor and I step on it and slip and break my arm, is the stick STILL worth a dollar?

Sounds more like the math problems we all hated in the 4th grade.
---kathr4453 on 3/19/10

Elder, Of course if it's $4.00 a pound!
We both know it's the "other" half of the world!
---1st_cliff on 3/19/10


Yes (there are different levels). And yes, autistic people people may be quite inventive (perhaps because they perceive things differently than the rest of us, and may see new uses for common items).

I know of a young autistic farm woman who began raising pigs as a teen. She has invented, and patented, a new kind of enclosure for pigs that is selling well. She travels to County Fairs and Likestock Shows demonstrating it. She lectures on pigs. She has written a book on pigs. She's considered an "expert" on pigs and farmers seek out her advice on breeding, feeding and raising piglets.

She's quiet, and not especiaslly outgoing socially, but she is a resounding success in her one narrow field.
---Donna66 on 3/19/10

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"I never worry about IQ 'cause I know half the world is below average!"
---1st_cliff on 3/15/10
Yea, but which half?
Ugh.... if I cut a stick of butter in quarters does it really make that stick worth a dollar?
---Elder on 3/19/10

Athiest, I too read. Thanks. I think though that autism is totally different in nature then what we are talking about here. My understanding is in Autism, the person is not able to do more than memorize what has already been said or sung. Has anyone ever heard of an Autistic person inventing something never before invented, or writing an original song. Writing a story or book?

Or maybe there are different degrees of Autism. It is true though most Autistic people have that one thing that makes them unique.

---kathr4453 on 3/17/10

Atheist,thank you,I did enjoy reading about him. I think I have seen him on the TV. That has always been amazing and quite wonderful to read about or see. It is particularly interesting to me since my degree is in Psychology. I have my own thoughts on how that is possible but since everything I write here becomes the property Of CNet and is in Public Domain I will hold my peace and keep it to myself. Thanks again.
---Darlene_1 on 3/17/10

I told her that as a teacher, I would rather have a classroom of students like her, with her work ethic and good behavior, than half a class of gifted kids like my sons, who rarely did homework.

---Trish9863 on 3/16/10

Trish9863...OH MY GOODNESS!!! This brings back some memories! I cannot tell you how many times I had been called to have a Conference with teachers with my son on this exact thing. Not to mention class clown.

His excuse was ..he LOST his homework somewhere. Maybe yes, maybe no. I know he would lose his coat almost every day, until one day there were no more coats and sweaters, later finding them all in the lost and found.
---kathr4453 on 3/17/10

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Interesting discussion. When my daughter was in college, studying education, she called me to ask what her IQ was. I told her it was high average. She asked why she did not have the high IQ like her two brothers who are around 160. I told her that as a teacher, I would rather have a classroom of students like her, with her work ethic and good behavior, than half a class of gifted kids like my sons, who rarely did homework.

Praise God, she and her one brother both graduated from graduate school on the very same day, in different states. IQ tells me a person's intellectual potential, but there are so many factors that go into a person's academic achievement.
---Trish9863 on 3/16/10

Kathr and Darlene,

Google "Derek Paravicini". You will enjoy it.
---atheist on 3/16/10

Many, many children with ADHD have hi IQs,I think our awesome God knew they would need them to learn anything in life with that handicap.
---Darlene_1 on 3/16/10

Darlene_1 this is so true. Many people with Specific Learning Disabilities also have very high IQ's.

But the IQ tests I'm familiar with have nothing to do with what you know, it's how you reason, giving patterns of things and then you try to conclude a pattern, either with numbers, shapes etc.
---kathr4453 on 3/16/10

IQ,intelligence quotient,is the number used to express the intelligence of a person which is based on the ratio of the mental age,on standardized test,to the real age times 100. It can also be determined by taking a standardized intelligence test compared to the average performance of others of the same age. Also it can be measured by ability or a persons knowledge of a specified subject. IQ tests are really about what a person has learned or knows in their age group and as a person learns and retains more the IQ can increase. Many, many children with ADHD have hi IQs,I think our awesome God knew they would need them to learn anything in life with that handicap.
---Darlene_1 on 3/16/10

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Did someone say "Hy IQ"? well HY IQ too!
---1st_cliff on 3/15/10

My IQ story is my father has been tested to have one of the highest IQ's in the nation. A graduate of MIT, and written up in Who's Who, and the Congressional Records in Washington for his contributions to Nuclear Energy and a Nuclear Engineer. He was actually only 1 of 4 men in the USA at that time.

My son also brilliant was a challenge, and still is in his 30's. Forgetful as Einstein, with no common sense. However, was teaching himself foreign languages from 1st grade on. He's lived all over the world, and is now a Missionary in China.

My Daughter is normal!
---kathr4453 on 3/15/10

Once had a college roommate that fell into depression and felt that he was not very smart.

He went down to the college guidance center and asked to take an IQ test to confirm what he felt about himself.

The counselor simply asked him what IQ he wanted as there are a multitude of different IQ tests that he could take - some that would give him high IQ, others very low.
---Lee1538 on 3/15/10

My son(he is superintendent of a large school system) has an IQ of 153 to 156. Has been tested numerous times and belongs to(honorary) organizations that demand high IQs.
He did not study very much and he holds a doctorate of education. Yet the only thing that I can tell is different for him than you and I is he never forgets anything. He does not have to write down telephone numbers merely remembers them. He has been offered numerous positions(especially by the United States government) in which he can make better use his fantastic memory than what he's doing.
He is very happy in his work and in reality as far as I can see he's just coasting. And that is my IQ story!
---mima on 3/15/10

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Mackey, what is your SPIRITUAL IQ? Do you have the mind of Christ? Spiritual knowledge is about Jesus Christ. It isn't even measured by taking any tests to score your intellectual understanding of scripture? That Knowledge is revealed to those in the Body of Christ, the world even with the highest IQ would call nonsense.
---kathr4453 on 3/15/10

While some may be viewed as genius in some areas of study and very deficient in other areas, an IQ test simply reveals an average.

Christians should strive to develop as high of a score as possible when it comes to the Word of God to be better equipped to perform in those ministries the Lord has called them to.

So take some formal course work, debate and interact with other Christians, and read as many books (and commentaries) as needed to gain an understanding of Gods word.

There are far too many pseudo Christians today that tell you not to read commentaries, books, etc. as they believe if you are obedient to them, it is all you really need. Such in my opinion are false prophets and possess the spirit of the anti-Christ.
---Lee1538 on 3/15/10

I never worry about IQ 'cause I know half the world is below average!
---1st_cliff on 3/15/10

IQ testing is for children, and makes little sense for us old people, since it is a ratio of ages.

As for the Mensa folks, I've known a few and they all seemed socially retarded to me.
---jerry6593 on 3/15/10

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Obewan, It is true the Mensa Society is a Social Club.

What I liked about the practice test is you could take it as many times you like.

This gave the opportunity to study which also gace encouragement to learn on your own.

A point I would like to make is it would be wonderdful if people would use this example to follow the command found in 2 Timothy 2:14-19 along with the example found in Acts 17:11.

Much too often people sit under the teaching of FALSE TEACHERS because they are too lazy to study and do research for themselves.
---Rob on 3/14/10

IQ,let me take a minute to vent,having lived for over 6 decades,and observed people worldwide,let me just say that the history that has, and is being made by the human race in my opinion does not reflect intelligence.ammassing knowledge seems to have done very little if anything to change the rudimentery basis of human nature.if anything what modern advancements have done is make people lazy,and dependent,ever see a teenager whos cell phone won,t work?The world is moving to fast for our feeble minds to keep up with,surrounded by billions we feel more alone than anytime in history,and more unable to have any control when issues arise,so step back and evaluate society ,just how intelligent are we?
---tom2 on 3/14/10

"What is your IQ?" With all praises due the Father, not high enough, or low enough, to be equated with those in this verse, "Ever learning, and never able to come to the knowledge of the truth." For I have, by His grace, been given the "I.Q." to know that Jesus, Iesous, Yehowshuwa, Yehoshua, or whatever spelling or pronunciation suits you, is the truth. Along with the insight and inspiration to believe that His words are true. To know YeHoVaH is salvation, is true intelligence.
---joseph on 3/14/10

When I took my IQ test the results came back at 450. (then they added the decimal point.)
Humm... 4.50, 45.0 .450 never could figger it out.
I ain't good at no math or rithmytick. English and spelling is be my stromg pint? I wish Jethro was here to help me. He knows the "Ought" table real good.
---Elder on 3/14/10

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Cluny...That is so funny. I have met a few people who were in Mensa and everyone of them had the same quality. None of them had any common sense or the ability to carry on a normal conversation. That's why I didn't join. I like to talk to people who enjoy being around other people who love the Lord and like to have a joyful conversation.
---KarenD on 3/13/10

I was taught in Psy 101 that the man who first invented the IQ concept soon sent his disciples all over the world telling people it didn't mean anything.

\\I received a perfect score on the practice test for the Mensa Scociety (the smartest 10% of people in the world).
---Rob on 3/12/10\\

I attended a Mensa meeting once. Half the discussion was about why feces are brown (only they didn't say "feces").

Never mind about the other half.
---Cluny on 3/12/10

Answering mutiple choice questions and providing answers to proposed questions without having any thought of choosing the correct answer can result in the highest IQ score obtainable, which an uneducated 2 year old can do.
---Eloy on 3/13/10

My IQ doesn't matter. For so many things matter more than IQ.

We often give too much responsibility to those of high IQ who can explain "theory" brilliantly and persuasively, but have little practice applying it.

Education is a great asset. But the most valuable skills cannot be acquired in the classroom.
---Donna66 on 3/12/10

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I received a perfect score on the practice test for the Mensa Scociety (the smartest 10% of people in the world).
---Rob on 3/12/10

FWIW, I took the test and was invited to join MENSA. My take was that it was a scam and they were only interested in getting their hands on my money. A woman I worked with was in MENSA and she told me it was mostly a social club.

Then too, it could be like the Armed Services "Vocational Aptitude" Battery (ASVAB) test I took in High School. I scored in the 99%th percentile (along with the other 60 boys in my high school class) and the recruiters would not stop calling our house. LOL
---obewan on 3/12/10

I would only guess what my score was.
I am ever learning and no matter what a persons IQ is, there is always something to be learned from them, whether directly or indirectly. There are things my 3 year old is teaching me, patience being one of them.
I think humility and a hungry spirit is the key.
---MIchael on 3/12/10

LOL Atheist
---Gabby on 3/12/10

ok,but have you any common sense?mine is 174,and I enjoy the things God has given all of us more than any knowledge I have acquired.the sound of birds just before dawn,a whitetail deer feeding at dusk,a tree covered fall mountain scene,a snow covered pine tree,the smile on a babys face,a squirrel gathering nuts,the first cold frosty fall morning,knowledge is great,but wisdom,and understanding,and compassion are greater.
---tom2 on 3/12/10

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Well, actually Catherine, your IQ may be higher, since you are "members of one another" (Romans 12:5, Ephesians 4:25) with all the other Christians so we are sharing our benefits and resources with one another. So, of course, as much as we obey how God rules us with His peace, we are being moved and guided according to His level of intelligence and all that He knows, so we have *His* IQ. "And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to which also you were called in one body, and be thankful." (Colossians 3:15) I'd say real geniuses are people who know how to make their marriages work!!! (c:
---Bill_bila5659 on 3/12/10

IQ tests can produce very misleading scores.

The culture of upbringing and life exposure of the person being tested has a lot to do with the score.

If you took a child out of the jungle and a child raised by urban professional parents in the suburbs and gave them standard IQ tests the scores might be drastically different with the more intelligent child scoring lower even.

In other words, privilege and upbringing can stack the deck.
---obewan on 3/12/10

I can't believe this, but for once I agree with atheist. I might also add, "WHO CARES!"
---KarenD on 3/12/10

And your point is?
---atheist on 3/12/10

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Get Smart Macky? The problem with very smart people is quite often they out-smart themselves by thinking unwise thoughts or doing completely unwise things. The Bible & the current world we live in is full of such people.

Smart is okay, but getting wisdom shows you/us how to use your "intelligence" (smarts)! :) (Proverbs 3:13..., 16:16, 19:18)

Thanks Catherine! That was the laugh of the day for me. I'd like to think Jesus roared with laughter also. :D
---Leon on 3/12/10

---mima on 3/12/10

I received a perfect score on the practice test for the Mensa Scociety (the smartest 10% of people in the world).
---Rob on 3/12/10

Darlene ... You're quite right, it does not really matter. I'd rather a surgeon had a fairly high IQ, but not so high as to make him stupid (for sometimes the most theoretically intelligent are quite useless in practical matters)

As for that streetcar conductor, perhaps he had things right ... and maybe he did do wonderful things!
---alan8566_of_uk on 3/12/10

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I am going to tell them mine is 550. May I Jesus?
---catherine on 3/12/10

My IQ is high enough to know IQ doesn't mean a thing in the scheme of living a productive life. There are many factors which make a person with a High IQ an achiver based on IQ coupled with application,determination and ability. There are many people with a High IQ who have never done anything note worthy in their lives. A Psychologist wanted to prove the importance of IQ. His son who was worked with,taught and did have a very High IQ which showed all of that in his early years of life but he wound up making his living as a conductor on a Streetcar completely contented. The main thing a High IQ does is help a person in their studies. It doesn't mean they will do wonderful things in this world,very,very few do.
---Darlene_1 on 3/12/10

I don't know my IQ, but my GQ is Jesus! Kidding of course.
---Donna on 3/12/10

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