Common gene version optimizes thinking — but with a possible downside

Common gene version optimizes thinking — but with a possible downside
Thanks to Jane Galt’s Asymmetrical Information blog for the pointer to this. John F. Nash is a perfect example, and it appears that I am disturbingly far from being genius, as among my many annoying traits, schizophrenic behavior does not really feature. I guess I’ll just have to plod along and marvel at the geniuses of this world and their eccentric, and often schizophrenic, behavior.
I wonder if Richard Stallman’s obsession with his hair is another example, besides Nash. Most certainly Stallman is as smart as a million Bill Gates types, and a trillion times more principled. But I digress…

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