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apt description of dummy. . .and. . .

Posted By: MillRatUSMC aka Ricardo
Date: Saturday - March 9,2019 22:50

In Response To: apt description of dummy. . . *PIC* (LongGone)

One would think he would make his score available for all to see.
Nevertheless (but).


I'm like a smart person like, really smart and a very stable genius.


....Actually, throughout my life, my two greatest assets.
Have been mental stability and being, like, really smart.

@realDonaldTrump President of the United States (on my first try).
I think that would qualify as not smart, but genius....
and a very stable genius at that.

Folk that would make him a FOOL.

Ricardo has copied & pasted the text below.

13. Charles Dickens – IQ level: 165
The English writer, poet, social critic. He is known for his literary masterpieces including Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol and David Copperfield. He is also regarded as the greatest novelist of the Victorian period, the time when England reigned supreme in the literary, science, trade and military world.

12. Raphael – IQ level: 170
Raphael was a painter and architect, the third member of the trio great masters of the High Renaissance. His most famous works include the Mond Crucifixion, the Deposition of Christ, and the Transfiguration.

11. Michael Faraday – IQ level:175
The English scientist who received little formal education. His works advanced the fields of electromagnetism and electrochemistry, the precursor of the high technologies that we enjoy today. Testament to his genius, numerous scientific principles are named after him: Faraday’s law of induction; Faraday effect: Faraday cage; Faraday paradox; Faraday wheel; and Faraday wave among others. His research would make it possible for later inventions in electricity and current.

10. Baruch Spinoza – IQ level: 175
A Dutch philosopher. He was among the first to lay down the foundation of the age of Enlightenment that saw science challenged the status quo of the Church. The age led to great leaps in the fields of science, politics, and economics, spearheaded by among others, Spinoza’s magnum opus, the Ethics, which challenges the authenticity of the Hebrew bible.

9. Michelangelo – IQ level: 177
Famed for his masterpieces, namely David, Pieta, Sistine Chapel, The Last Judgment, and The Creation of Adam. Many experts even argued he is the greatest artist of all time, a subjective account yet not without substance considering his contributions to the High Renaissance art.

8. Desiderius Erasmus – IQ level: 177
A Dutch humanist, theologian, social critic. He was a strong advocate of religious tolerance during the Reformation age, when Catholics and Protestants were at each other’s throat. Using humanist techniques, he prepared a new batch of Latin and Greek editions of the New Testament, which would become influential materials during this tumultuous time. Although critical of the Church, Erasmus maintained his Catholic faith, believing the Catholic hierarchy could be reformed internally without the need to create an offshoot faith.

7. Rene Descartes – IQ level: 177
The French philosopher, mathematician, and writer. He is called the Father of Modern Philosophy because of his writings. Notably, the Meditations on First Philosophy is still a standard reference in universities around the world. He is also renowned for his mathematical contributions, specifically the Cartesian coordinate system and for bridging algebra and geometry that made the development of calculus possible.

6. Galileo Galilei – IQ level: 182
The Italian physicist, astronomer, mathematician, philosopher. He is best known for giving us the telescope. But that’s just a mere speck in his wide-reaching scientific achievements, namely the discovery of planetary objects such as Callisto, Galilean moons, Europa, Ganymede, and Io. He was also responsible for confirming through actual observation the heliocentrism nature of the solar system—the sun is at the center and the planets revolve around it—putting him at the crosshair of the Inquisition during his time.

5. John Stuart Mill – IQ level: 182.5
An English philosopher and political economist. He is best known for his influential contributions to liberalism, the idea of individual freedom in contrast to unfettered state control in handling the economy. The Mill’s method is also widely used today to arrive at a conclusion via induction, a tool that lawyers and scientists have used in advancing their arguments.

4. Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz – IQ level: 191
The German philosopher and mathematician. He is regarded to have contributed to the development of calculus independent from Newton, notably his works, Law of Continuity and Transcendental Law of Homogeneity. He was also a prolific inventor in the field of mechanical calculators, making it possible for non-genius like us to calculate complex mathematical problems with the aid of this device.

3. Isaac Newton – IQ level: 192
The English physicist and mathematician. He is regarded to have developed much of calculus, the building blocks of today’s engineering feats. His Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy is one of the most influential scientific works, heralding the age of enlightenment when Europe burst into an era of advancements that gave birth to modern technologies.

2. Leonardo Da Vinci – IQ level: 200
The Italian Renaissance man. His genius spanned across science and art. Best known for his Mona Lisa, Da Vinci was actually more than an exceptionally talented painter. He was a mathematician, engineer, inventor, sculptor, architect, geologist, cartographer, botanist, and writer. He was the epitome of the Renaissance man, bringing to the world his wealth of knowledge to advance mankind’s fate.

1. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – IQ level: 220
The German poet, novelist, playwright, politician, and diplomat. He’s best known for his literary works, such as, The Sorrows of Young Werther, Sturm und Drang, and Faust. Although he’s best regarded as a literary genius, Goethe was also involved in scientific studies, particularly in the field of natural science. He had a wide collection of minerals as part of his extensive studies in geology.

These people might appear remarkable and rare, nevertheless (but) genius is more prevalent than we imagine it to be.
"Everybody is a genius," so said Einstein, "nevertheless (but) if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid."


Near the end of DON THE CON-MAN first year as president.
Of the United States, the New York Times reported.
That before taking office, he had told aides.
To think of each presidential day.
As an episode in a television show.
In which he vanquished rivals.
~ Jon Meacham, The Soul of America: The Battle for Our Better Angels.

And that folk, tell us more about the last two years plus...Etc

DON THE CON-MAN asked the adoring crowd.
Who's going to pay for the WALL?
And the crowd responded in unison.
And then the crowd shouted, at the tops of their lungs.
We thought Mexico was going to PAY.

Have we lost our ability to be shocked?
- Sally Yates

If I'm not mistaken it was conservatives.
That just sent taxpayer money straight to the most wealthy.
THAT, is called socialism.
Infrastructure crumbling, schools depleted of funding.
Medical costs skyrocketing, financial regulations stripped.
And all working people have to show is a booming wealthy class.
Working folks must be soooo proud.

I don't know why the conservatives are so obsessed.
With Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.).
She is only a first year congresswoman and one vote in congress.
Unless, there is some truth in her message.
That the conservative rights are afraid to confront.

Roses are red.
Violets are blue.
Diabetes II or Diabetes 2
Affect a few.
What's a body to do?
Walk a few.
Blocks or in a local mall.

Looking more like the puppet Walter!

Ricardo in virtual reality.
Virtual reality.
Is the term used to describe a three-dimensional.
Computer generated environment.


Messages In This Thread

apt description of dummy. . . *PIC* (views: 27)
LongGone -- Saturday - March 9,2019 03:52
"Incredible" !!!! ..... *PIC* (views: 19)
Stimer -- Saturday - March 9,2019 06:48
apt description of dummy. . .and. . . (views: 17)
MillRatUSMC aka Ricardo -- Saturday - March 9,2019 22:50


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