Navigate3d kommentar: Selv om man kvalifiserer til medlemskap i mensa, er det ingen garanti for at man har peiling, på enkelte områder snarere tvert imot, kort sagt er bl.a. naturvitenskapen en dårlig spøk i forhold til Guds skaperverk. "En celle i kroppen er mer kompleks enn New York by. Mennesker bygde byen, men er ikke i stand til å bygge en levende celle" - Falcons' CAFE
Geocaching ser ut til å være er en del av aktiviteten i mange Mensa grupper verden over. De legger inn oppgaver ifm cache plassering og søk, som Mystery/Puzzle Cache, også som Multi-Stage Cache, Multicache.
Geocaching Thoughts Are you curious about the Geocaching Sport? Go to geocaching.com and find out why lots of mensans are hanging out in the woods these days. You can find a geocache location near your home. Purr La Guerre our uber mensa quality feline makes up a geocaching puzzle for mensans Wendy Birchmire and Tom Birchmire (aka BluEyz and Bugsy in the geocaching community).
Fra RECREATIONAL GEOCACHING: THE SOUTHEAST QUEENSLAND EXPERIENCE: Rating 1. A ten-year-old could probably figure it out without too much difficulty Rating 2. An average adult would be able to find this in about 30 minutes of hunting Rating 3. An experienced Geocacher will find this challenging, and it will take up a good portion of an afternoon. Rating 4. An extreme challenge for the experienced Geocacher. May require in-depth preparation or cartography/navigational skills. Rating 5. Mensa or equivalent
Which one failed, the child (age 10) or the psychologist? (age 55)
Psychologist to the child: "Draw a house"
The child has spent many vacations in New England and is a good artist, so he draws a beautiful rendering of a covered bridge complete with river underneath inclcuding a somewhat steep embankment on each side with rocks and grass.
The psychologist takes the finished drawing and asks the child: "Where are the windows?"
The child thinks: (oh-oh, guess I was supposed to draw windows) and he looks the psychologist straight in the eyes and says; " It has windows."
The psychologist answered: "No it doesn't, I see no windows here."
The child answered: "That's because you're standing on the wrong side of the house!"
The psychologist was very annoyed and determined that this was a child with personality problems.
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