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Intelligence thresholds

Postby Ultimate Philosophy 1001 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 8:26 pm

If a mouse sees a ramp, but the ramp is almost touching the ceiling, but the mouse has low intelligence (tier 1), it will not care that the ramp is touching the ceiling, but charge at it blindly to get to the food behind it, thus the soft ramp will fall down and it will be stuck in the box after the soft ramp springs back up.

If a mouse sees a ramp, but the ramp is almost touching the ceiling, but the mouse has medium intelligence (tier 2), it will see the ramp is almost touching the ceiling, and assume it is a fixed ramp and not bother to chase after the food. The mouse will not be stuck in the box.

If a mouse sees a ramp, but the ramp is almost touching the ceiling, but the mouse has high intelligence (tier 3), it will see the ramp and wonder if it is a soft ramp, then it will climb the ramp and be stuck in the box.

If a mouse sees a ramp, but the ramp is almost touching the ceiling, but the mouse has extreme high intelligence (tier 4), it will see the ramp and wonder if it is a soft ramp, then it will wonder why it is a soft ramp and be paranoid is is a trap. The mouse will not be stuck in the box.

We can see 2 things from this case study. That intelligence levels 1 (very dumb) and 3 (high intelligence) are detrimental, whilst intelligence levels 2 (medium) and 4 (genius) are successful. The second thing is that it implies paranoia is a function of genius, it requires a multi-step potential-sequenced branching and mechanical imagination. Also it requires a keen sense of the natural odrer of things, a sense of what is natural and what is artificial (such as a soft ramp being out of place, a similar feeling to orange and black tiger's stripes amongst a sea of green.)


Intelligence dynamics
Intelligence can fluctuate based on moods habits and behavoirs. The brain can regenerate personalities can change and wisdoms can be learn. Thus calling somone "stupid" is often a fallacy, they could just be out of their element or having a bad day. A genius could get the answer to 7*7 wrong if they aren't paying attention, have low blood sugar or having a bad day.
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Re: Intelligence thresholds

Postby surreptitious57 » Fri Feb 10, 2017 9:19 pm

Ultimate Philosophy 1001 wrote:
If a mouse sees a ramp but the ramp is almost touching the ceiling but the mouse has medium intelligence ( tier 2 )
it will see the ramp is almost touching the ceiling and assume it is a fixed ramp and not bother to chase after the food

If the mouse assumes that it is a fixed ramp and it is also hungry then it will chase after the food

If a mouse sees a ramp but the ramp is almost touching the ceiling but the mouse has high intelligence
( tier 3 ) it will see the ramp and wonder if it is a soft ramp then it will climb the ramp and be stuck in the box

If the mouse wonders if it is a soft ramp and it is also highly intelligent then it would not climb the ramp even if it is hungry
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