I get so tired of this. Reality consists of what we have developed the ability to measure. (Or more accurately, what we believe we can measure.)
If we cannot measure it, it does not exist. This is remarkably like looking for your car keys under the streetlight even though you dropped them in the shadow.
IQ tests measure something. But what?
Why is it that people who do very well on verbal analogies tend to do well on tests like the Raven’s Progressive Matricies, an example of which was posted above?
“If we cannot measure it, it does not exist.”
Shirley you jest.
I need to see what my scores are pout after going through The heart-lung machine for blood circulation
Ah, as I have long suspected, and you have now proven, the immeasurable property of sarcasm does not exist. I shall proclaim the truth of your profound insight to four corners of the world!
Attention one and all! Sarcasm ain't real! It can't be measured and doesn't exist!
I will now devote the remainder of this day's studies to the hopeful detection, by weight or volume, of humor.