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    Default Growth Of Intellection. Discussion?

    Children will be who they are. Talking about their growth of intellection will not change that.

    People are not taking your thread seriously as you haven't answered any of our questions and it reads like a troll thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrogard View Post

    The reaction of some members was also interesting. Seeming to indicate that not only did the subject not concern them in the least but that they found it almost incomprehensible

    I wonder, do you think the growth of intellect is really that far from the common understanding? That far from any normal interest?

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    That seems a little condescending...

    Your thread is being perceived as a bit unusual because you're talking at a level of abstraction rather than at a practical or personal level, and avoiding relevant questions such as whether you have any children yourself and how old they are, etc.

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    I agree what the other members have stated. Its also how you express yourself, its very formal and ridged, with very little content from yourself. It makes it hard for people to generate a discussion when its uncertain what you want to discuss. Intelligence and growth of intelligence are broad. Generally when people want to invite discussion , they offer a bit more rather then asking others to discuss a topic. Members have asked you questions which you havent responded to.
    Your topic is so broad that without offering more its hard for people to generate a discussion.
    What do you want to discuss?
    conversational intelligence ?
    Emotional intelligence? Musical? Interpersonal ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    People are not taking your thread seriously as you haven't answered any of our questions and it reads like a troll thread.
    Reminds me of Sylvia. Same style of writing, same lack of answers to questions. A lot more brief though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    Reminds me of Sylvia. Same style of writing, same lack of answers to questions. A lot more brief though!
    I can see that. The style of writing makes me think older person with English as a second language.

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