Archive for January, 2012

Cool Minds images

Some cool Minds images:

Mind Fitness at Pleasant Village
Minds
Image by Neighborhood Centers
Seniors at our Pleasant Village Senior Center participate in a Mind Fitness class taught by Neighborhood Centers summer intern Madhu Singh.

Photos by summer intern Lingyi Peng.

Mind Camp 3.0 – Deeply disturbed
Minds
Image by sparktography
Taken at Seattle Mind Camp 3.0 – Seattle’s premiere un-conference featuring the best and brightest of technology all under the same roof for 24 hours learning from each other, and exploring our passions.

Most shots taken with a Lensbaby 2G

Mind Flayer by V&A Steamworks
Minds
Image by V&A Steamworks
In the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, illithids (commonly known as mind flayers) are monstrous humanoid aberrations with psionic powers. In a typical Dungeons & Dragons campaign setting, they live in the moist caverns and cities of the enormous Underdark. Illithids believe themselves to be the dominant species of the multiverse and use other intelligent creatures as thralls, slaves, and chattel.

What does emotional intelligence mean to you? What are the benefits of possessing emotional intelligence? ?

Question by looop: What does emotional intelligence mean to you? What are the benefits of possessing emotional intelligence? ?
What does emotional intelligence mean to you? (use the five components) What are the benefits of possessing emotional inteligence?

Best answer:

Answer by Einstein’s Dog
It is my philosophy that is would serve everyone if I told you that this is not a philosophical question. Emotions are a Social Science. Look under Social Science for Psychology.

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Science Space Tech Rm 2 #MobilePhotography #droidography

Check out these Science images:

Science Space Tech Rm 2 #MobilePhotography #droidography
Science
Image by Nakeva
Science Space Tech Rm

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Rayburn Building, Capitol Hill

Science
Science
Image by squacco
Imagine my surprise when I found this bag stuck to the wall. Not by any conventional method but instead, I am told, by harnessing the power of a rare phenomenon known as SCIENCE.

Science World Rail 2006
Science
Image by Gord McKenna
Science World at False Creek in Vancouver

Intelligence and the Brain: Solving the Mystery of Why People Differ in IQ and How a Child Can Be a Genius (Psychological Testing Measurem)

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Cool Science images

A few nice Science images I found:

Science (et) fiction – 70
Science
Image by Feuillu
Science (et) fiction, Aventures croisées
Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Parc de la Villette, Paris

Le site Science (et) fiction
Article "La RFID, de moins en moins fiction et de plus en plus science"

Science (et) fiction – 64
Science
Image by Feuillu
Science (et) fiction, Aventures croisées
Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, Parc de la Villette, Paris

Le site Science (et) fiction
Article "La RFID, de moins en moins fiction et de plus en plus science"

Science World
Science
Image by Proggie
Science World and construction as seen from Cambie St. Bridge

Emotional Intelligence

David Rakel, MD, talks about the importance of emotional experience in lecturing and connecting to your audience. Part of the Art of Lecturing seminar.
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Science News

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What type of intelligence do you identify with?

Question by With her head in the clouds: What type of intelligence do you identify with?
With intelligence according to psychologists there are about 9 different types. That’s why a lot of gifted people with Einstein are only gifted in one area (in Einstein’s case it would have have been scientific and mathematical).

The types of intelligence are as follows:

Spatial: People who are spatially intelligent are good at visual things such as visual arts like architecture and designing.

Linguistic: People who are linguistic are good with verbal and written things. They are usually good at reading, writing, telling stories, learning languages and public speaking. They learn best by discussing, debating, reading and writing.

Logical-mathematical: These people are good with reasoning, abstractions, logic and numbers. They’re usually very good at mathematics, chess, computer programming and similar. They excel at these things. They’re best suited to jobs such as scientists, enigineers, philosophers, doctors…

Bodily-Kinesthetic: These people are really good at using their body to learn and achieve. These people often use their body in a way to revise and remember things using their body (not remembering but via movement). These people are often athletes, actors, dancers, soldiers and similar.

Musical Intelligence: These people are very sensitive to noise and rhythms. They are often very good at learning musical instruments and singing and often learn through making songs. Singers, composers, conductors etc are often gifted in this way.

Interpersonal: Interpersonally intelligent people are very good with people. They tend to be epmathetic and sensitive towards the plight of others and are often extroverted. They are good communicators and often become things like politicians and social workers.

Intrapersonal: People with intrapersonal intelligence are often introverted and prefer to work alone. They are very good at deciphering their own feelings and understanding their sense of self, what makes them unique and using it to their advantage. People with intrapersonal intelligence are often theologians, writers, lawyers etc.

Naturalistic: These people are very good with nature and can relate well to natural surroundings. They tend to become farmers, wildlife volunteers etc

Exisential: These people are very good at contemplating hypothetical situations and ideas such as the infinite and are best suited to the career of philosopher.

I tend to lean towards being linguistically intelligent (I’m not gifted or anything I’m just good with linguistics). I’ve always gotten good marks in things like English. I’m a good reader, public speaker and have always been good at writing stories. I’m too sure about languages because at school I used to learn Japanese and was horrible at it. But I learnt French from 5-7 and was okay with it so I think maybe I’m more suited to European languages over Asian ones, specifically Germanic ones. (Ones with the phonetic alphabet).

Which type of intelligence best suits you/you find yourself best at?

Best answer:

Answer by Okay
Linguistic, I think.

I could be musical intelligence, but I’m not good at learning things like piano and guitar. I’m just good at pitches and beats and stuff.

And I might be intrapersonal?

I think I’m the most linguistic, though.

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which episode of criminal minds is the one with the bodies behind the funeral home?

Question by : which episode of criminal minds is the one with the bodies behind the funeral home?
I seem to remember an episode of criminal minds where they ended up at a crematorium/funeral home and there were a lot of bodies piled up behind. Does anyone know which episode this is as I cannot remember.

Best answer:

Answer by Montecore
I think it was called Mosely Lane.

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