Einstein's Riddle

Gregory Jorgensen gregj at pobox.com
Mon Mar 12 20:50:49 CET 2001


In article <3AACBB41.5854666A at yahoo.com>, Steve says...
>
>Making assumptions based on vague statements is not a feature of
>"advanced" IQ tests.  Only one IQ test, the Stanford-Binet form L-M, has
>been shown to reliably discern among IQ's higher than about 150, and if
>this question were on that test, the subject would probably be awarded
>extra points if he or she pointed out that this puzzle is unsolvable
>without making an assumption.

I thought making assumption based on vague statements was a feature of mental
illness. I took that Stanford-Binet test once, and I used a tinfoil hat to make
sure they couldn't detect my IQ.


Greg Jorgensen
Deschooling Society
Portland, Oregon, USA
gregj at pobox.com



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