Surgery to increase intelligence

Would you get it?

I think most people would be inclined to do it. Than wldnt it be some thng.

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i wouldn’t do it…

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You’d be dumb not to :laughing::sweat_smile::smiley: jk

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If such a thing existed, it’d be too expensive for most people. Only the mega rich could afford it

What would change? That my memory is better? That I can think faster? If I had to say what I like dislike of a person I would rarely mention intelligence. Its not a problem one way or the other.

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Yes I think a lot of intelligence is learnt. You make a good point here @Halozination :slight_smile:

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Read “Flowers for Algernon” by Daniel Keyes for a very lucid take on this subject

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Maybe decrese it lol. to much thinking bores me

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I’d prefer more common sense/being more practical.

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I agree. So I don’t say things like should I plunge the urinal to fix it. :joy:

They have a new innovative investigational surgery I hear that will turn you sharp as a blade. Only gonna need to amputate your arm. You’ll be as smooth as brad pitt after a 3 day recovery tho I hear. Just armless :joy:

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That’s just a buncha mush up thurr

All talk, no game

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Somebody tried to tell me somebody with an iq of 128 just had a brain stem and fluids. Yea right!:joy:

Somebody else tried to tell me ice could be formed at 400 degrees farenheit. :joy:

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I once heard 120 is the ideal IQ for creativity because it gives you just enough intelligence that you’re smart enough but just not enough to make ■■■■ too easy/make you struggle. When I was professionally tested to have an IQ of exactly 120. Then read the article. It went to my head. Ego balloon. Now u just gotta check out my song tho!!

There’s much more to life than IQ although.

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