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Intelligence V/s Memory

Anyone who conducts an argument by appealing to authority is not using his intelligence; he is just using his memory.
– Leonardo da Vinci

Artwork by Thomas Hart Benton

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New Zealand Signals Intelligence in Historical Context since 1945

Research Paper Title

“Total Intelligence”: New Zealand Signals Intelligence in Historical Context since 1945.


This dissertation aims to provide an historical analysis of the UK-USA Agreement and an assessment of its significance for New Zealand’s security and defence. 230 more words

Military History

Secrets to our smarts hidden in the folds of our cortex

I am keenly interested in the brain as I have a history of Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia on both sides of my family. That is one of the reasons that I exercise religiously. 405 more words


Spycops impresario Lambert referred to as core influence in Quilliam report

The Government’s flagship ‘counter-extremism’ think tank, the Quilliam Foundation, extensively references the ideas and approach associated with discredited spycops impresario Bob Lambert, according to a document seen by UndercoverInfo. 1,446 more words


Are people with high IQs more commonly introverted?

Many high IQ, high profile people certainly seem introverted.

Albert Einstein believed a quiet life to be essential to having a creative mind.

Bill Gates is considered an introvert, but he is not shy.* 329 more words

Daily Habit

Building minds!

Every parent’s dream is to raise their child as a smart, intelligent and successful person. Now a mother is no more so much concerned to herself than to her child. 755 more words


Sharing is Caring - Threat Intel for You and Your Business Partners

As kids we’re taught to share our toys. It’s a hard lesson to “get.”

When it comes to cybersecurity and information sharing, many still don’t “get” it. 524 more words