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Intelligence Fields and Stupidity Fields

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8/5/2013 3:06:33 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
So I came up with this concept today to visualize something that we all feel or have felt at one point or another.

When a human mind is focused on a singular topic it either generates a intelligence field or a stupidity field. For example, if a mathematician is put in front of a differential equation he will begin to generate an intelligence field because his brain comprehends the topic and can make sense of it. Similarly, if you place an English major with no math experience past Calculus they will initially start to generate a stupidity field when put in front of said topic. Fields such as these can only be generated when focused on a singular topic, also these fields can change based on new information. If the English major is taught how to discern the differential equation the stupidity field being generated will weaken and then strengthen into a intelligence field over time.

This concept is interesting because these fields can interact with one another and have group consequences. Take our mathematician, now put him in a room with ten other mathematicians. All of the mathmaticians will begin to generate intelligence fields which then interact with each other to fill the entire room. Now instead of just one independent field being generated the minds are generating a strong field that permeates the entire room. Now if we insert our English major into this room with a strong permeating intelligence field their resulting stupidity field will be incompatible with the permeating intelligence field and will have negative consequences on the physical host of the mind interacting with the field. Consequences include: frustration, headache, boredom, irritation etc.

This same phenomena can be replicated in reverse. If we put a group of ten English majors in a room and put them in front of a differential equation they will all begin generating stupidity fields which will make the dominating field in the room a stupidity field. This type of field leads to: frequent questions, stupid questions, repetition of information etc. Now take our lone mathematician and place him in this room and suddenly his intelligence field is not compatible with the stupidity field and he will feel the same negative effects as the English major in the mathematician room. The only difference is that in this case the mathematician understands the concept being focused on and thus can afford to divert his attention elsewhere thus breaking the field.

These fields are only compatible when they are generated by the same object of focus. Say the math equation. If there are two people in the room, one generating a stupidity field and the other an intelligence field you can symbolize this as Sm and Im. These fields are thus compatible and can interact. However if one person changes their focus so that it no longer is on the math equation their field can change to something like Ix leaving the other person generating a field Im and are thus incompatible.

Due to this nature of these fields the compounded effects can only usually be felt in a large focused group such as a meeting or a classroom etc. In public there are so many people with so many different focuses that the fields cannot gain enough strength to affect anyone. Because people are generating incompatible fields due to their scattered focus.

Thus we have my theory of Intelligence and Stupidity Fields which I developed when generating a strong intelligence field in a room full of idiots.

Enjoy.
Lordknukle
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8/12/2013 1:44:02 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
...wut is this?
"Easy is the descent to Avernus, for the door to the Underworld lies upon both day and night. But to retrace your steps and return to the breezes above- that's the task, that's the toil."
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8/12/2013 2:10:55 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
Let's say I'm a mathematician who only has friends who are English majors. Will my intelligence field for math begin to weaken by mere association.