A word from Albert

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3 thoughts on “A word from Albert

  1. Unfortunately this is exactly what the “Mensa” type of IQ judging does: exploits a single, very narrow, and entirely irrelevant side of the human intellectual abilities into a “one size fits all” capacity filter. I was never able, and actually despise the Rubik’s cube for it’s sheer useless stupidity, yet I use around six languages, easily parallel interpret three, write literature in three, learned two instruments without any teacher, all without being a Menster… The world as it tragically looks today, is the result of putting abstract, meaningless numbers worshipping before the beauty of what can be apprehended by our amazing senses…
    This is how we ended up spending billions on Hadron colliders, disregarding the starving mankind slowly rotting at the feet of “science”…

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