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I suppose I was focusing less on the introvert aspect and more on the perception aspect in regards to an INTP. Everyone would be more inclined to observe each other's actions instead of being vocal. The world would be a lot less noisy either way.

Yes thats what I'm alluding at. You know how people are at like baseball or hockey games standing up shouting/cheering, or maby like Black Friday shoppers who like stampede over each other to get a toaster oven for 75% off. To me that is very much alien behavior to try to understand.

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INTP
Introvert(89%) iNtuitive(38%) Thinking(38%) Perceiving(22)%
  • You have strong preference of Introversion over Extraversion (89%)
  • You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (38%)
  • You have moderate preference of Thinking over Feeling (38%)
  • You have slight preference of Perceiving over Judging (22%)

Yay?

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INTP
Introvert(89%) iNtuitive(62%) Thinking(50%) Perceiving(33)%
  • You have strong preference of Introversion over Extraversion (89%)
  • You have distinctive preference of Intuition over Sensing (62%)
  • You have moderate preference of Thinking over Feeling (50%)
  • You have moderate preference of Perceiving over Judging (33%)

HIFIVE!

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Yup, this test doesn't help, but I can assure you guys there are things to know that really do help.

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INTP

Introvert(89%) iNtuitive(38%) Thinking(38%) Perceiving(22)%

  • You have strong preference of Introversion over Extraversion (89%)
  • You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (38%)
  • You have moderate preference of Thinking over Feeling (38%)
  • You have slight preference of Perceiving over Judging (22%)

Yay?

Though the results on this forum is not a good example of it, INTPs are rare. They (we :D) are the same type as Einstein and many others.

List:

* Abraham Lincoln - American President (possibly any NF, though)
* Adam Smith – Scottish moral philosopher, political economist
* Albert Einstein - German physicist
* André-Marie Ampère – French physicist
* Aristotle – Greek philosopher (possibly ENTP)
* Ashley Olsen - actress (Full House)
* Baruch Spinoza – Jewish-Portuguese philosopher
* Béla Bartók – Hungarian composer, pianist (a complete guess, probably an INxx)
* Blaise Pascal - French mathematician
* Bobby Fischer – grandmaster, chess expert (perhaps ISTP?)
* Bob Newhart - comedian, actor
* Brent Spiner - actor ("Data" on Star Trek)
* Carl Jung - Swiss psychiatrist
* Carl Sagan – astronomer, astrochemist, popularizer of natural science
* Charles Darwin - English naturalist
* Dr. David Keirsey – psychologist
* Erik Satie – French avant-garde musician (small chance of INFP)
* Fritz Lang – filmmaker (very likely INxJ)
* Galileo – Italian astronomer
* Gerald Ford - American President
* Geoffrey Pyke – British inventor (very likely ENTP, though)
* Georgia O'Keefe – painter (not entirely sure about this one)
* George Soros – Hungarian philanthropist
* Glenn Gould – Canadian pianist, Bach enthusiast, and composer (INTJ or ENTP?)
* Gottfried Leibniz – German mathematician, ‘natural philosopher,’ and polymath
* Gregory Peck - actor
* Henry Cavendish – British scientist
* Edward Witten – theoretical physicist, string theorist, founder of M-theory
* Isaac Newton – astrophysicist, ‘natural philosopher’, and alchemist
* Jack Kevorkian – notorious pathologist
* James Madison - American President
* Jeff Bingaman - U.S. Senator
* John F. Nash Jr. – mathematician, game theorist
* John Quincy Adams - American President
* John Tyler - American President
* Ludwig Boltzmann – Austrian physicist
* Marie Curie – Polish/French physicist, chemist
* Mary-Kate Olsen - actress (Full House)
* Meryl Streep - actress
* Midori Ito - Japanese figure skater
* Nicolaus Copernicus – Polish mathematician and astronomer
* Nikola Tesla – Serbian inventor, engineer, and physicist (INTJ and ENTP, perhaps?)
* Norbert Wiener – Russian/American mathematician
* Oliver Heaviside – British mathematician, engineer, and physicist (maybe INTJ)
* Parmenides – Greek philosopher
* Pierre De Fermat – mathematician (again, somewhat of a guess)
* Rene Descartes - French philosopher
* Rick Moranis - actor (Honey, I Shrunk the Kids)
* Robert Rosen – theoretical biologist
* Socrates - Greek philosopher
* Steve Allen – comedian, writer, musician (not so sure where this came from)
* Steve Wozniak – computer engineer, co-founder of Apple (ENTP?)
* Thales – Greek philosopher, “Father of Science”
* Thomas Jefferson – U.S. president
* Theodore Kaczynski (“The Unabomber”) – infamous criminal (Seems somewhat ‘J’)
* William Harvey - medical doctor
* William James - American psychologist

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Huh...

INTJ
Introvert(22%) iNtuitive(62%) Thinking(25%) Judging(11%)
  • You have slight preference of Introversion over Extraversion (22%)
  • You have distinctive preference of Intuition over Sensing (62%)
  • You have moderate preference of Thinking over Feeling (25%)
  • You have slight preference of Judging over Perceiving (11%)

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ISTP
Introvert(100%) Sensing(1%) Thinking(62%) Perceiving(44)%
  • You have strong preference of Introversion over Extraversion (100%)
  • You have marginal or no preference of Sensing over Intuition (1%)
  • You have distinctive preference of Thinking over Feeling (62%)
  • You have moderate preference of Perceiving over Judging (44%)

    100% introvert, tell me something I don't know >_>

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Yeah and the musical F# note behaves as intuition in the mind. A Christian guy said it's basically the note of evil. I agree with him. Evil is a nice, colorful word for intuition. Tigers are intuitive. If you think they are friends, focus on their eyes as their tawny-bodies combine that they are camouflage, for they reflect YOU back AT YOU to judge a kill upon you. This doesn't mean they are stupid, but they are dangerous. IF they are well-fed, I bet their aggression is just judging your appreciation of living. I won't elaborate much on that.

The only things that keep us from being nuts is socialize music/medication/caffeine/sugar and the battle of Christians. By the law preventing us from killing the grievers and taking what we really need without a price, we remain intelligent beings. However, if your best/sexy friends were cannibals and shit, you'd probably be one, too, you see? What if everyone wanted to hunt a brutal witch, fucking people down to hell? Wouldn't you chase her down with them? Who's more nuts, then? The witch or yourselves?

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I take like a carnivore! Bohemian/owl-worshippers worship the owl because it's eyes are so good, catching prey is easy. So while their bellies are full, they can sit there and watch life happening. If you view the right youtube videos, you can hear "the owls see our fear." That happens because of the luxury attained to allow them to see more. That's not my religion, but I take it to make something more powerful. The only danger I am is what people make of me by their distrust.

I also believe Christians are the ultimate hunters. They resemble the phrase "they kill the innocent" like the media-wave and cultural view of the USA, but "they kill the innocent," also resembles guilt when a criminal is trying to hide from retaliation. So by going to someone of defense and saying "they kill the innocent," is more like saying, "they want to kill me because I killed them." Their ignorance sacrifices the weak, but this happens mentally. Only brave people who can avoid becoming a sociopath can see this. Christianity is the religion of gamma-sacrifice. Their socialize system is also redundantly rapid, killing off opportunities for great inventors/idealists like myself. Their lack of reading comprehension is detrimental to greater powers. Just because they are Christian doesn't mean it's always a good thing to force their views upon someone. That is where I am more happy for India having the death-penalty to Christians who talk about their religion. I can't be happy for Muslims because they are notorious of being terrorists. Therefore, they, like black people and mexicans, make their bad reputation worse by smearing their scorn in people's faces. Indians are the same, but are simply more native to Earth, a complimentary opposite to the simplicity of aliens from most native to least native:

Indians, Muslims, Christians, Aliens.

Notice how Indians and aliens are on opposite sides. That's because aliens reign in a very hyper form of intelligence, while Indians remain pure to Earth and basics of the mind (their Gods), Muslims and Christians help create dirty sluts, which suppress the weak from tyrannical congestion. While I do conform to sex, Indian/Alien wits of Pangaea (a time in which all continents united) is my predecessor of spirit. Therefore, my pride starts with hell: Survival in extreme hot temperatures and extreme cold temperatures.

It's also relevant to snakes seeing infrared. While that sounds scientifically interesting, if you KNEW WHAT EXACTLY IT MEANS in reality, it's actually scary like a bloody horror movie. Having a sense of infrared shows depth of predatory instinct. Again, that sounds interesting, but literally is a scary thing to witness or feel. If I GAVE YOU infrared, you might call 911 because you feel like you're going to kill someone. This may make me sound very bad, but it's actually more of a military/police sense where: If you negate me, I will find a way to make you sorry one day and feel the pain I had to put up with so I don't have to die mentally, which will make me lose a PRECIOUS sense of life and giving, as some Indians did in the past around 1492, or SUPPOSEDLY.

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So does this mean you are Christian? I never spoke about smoking tobacco,and you or a professional tell me about the uses of using knives to nearly gouge out your own eyes. I understand kids of Kony yield guns to shoot people, even though they will be getting older, but that doesn't mean anything. That's the perversion of how people defy religion. My putting the GENERAL MEANING of Indian and the general meaning of alien yields neutral or basic views. Understand talents are sensitive like balancing a stick upwards and that ignorance can easily blow it down. This has nothing to do with killing. In a way, it is personal and against people who call themselves innocent when every moment of their life is running into the arms of friends because they can't stand the emotions of being independent. Even more horrible, the upside down pentagram seems to mean "alone from the pride, and standing alone." I grew up with a cognitive disorder, making people BELIEVE I had problems against them, when it was almost like being sad that I am possessed by an evil spirit, watching people be hurt by me, but I mean no harm. Although I am silent, it is VERY REVEALING WHAT people do when they don't get the common response they are looking for... ... what they WOULD DO in a dream. I simply don't know how to speak, but people hold it against me for prejudice reasons as if I was black, had AIDS, cancer, or had no limbs. It hurts... ... AND... those are problems that don't belong to me, while mine are to keep until... LITERALLY, sadly, and consequently: People are better.

The brain has a common function that can only handle so many processes at once: A conscious eminently accepted by culture. When Christians believe that all who stand by the upside down pentagram are evil, the processes they can't control take role into an inevitable tyranny. Therefore, someone who is a loner is apparently wicked to the righteous, where 0 becomes negative or whole #. They are playdoe, or clay, to be molded, but consequently provoked into demon possession by treating that person as dark or evil. This makes Christians point close-minded people the other direction via threat. The only way they could invite someone into their security is by hospitality and attention, as the loner sees fit.

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Cocaines a helluva drug.

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ENFJ
Extravert(67%) iNtuitive(38%) Feeling(38%) Judging(28%)
  • You have distinctive preference of Extraversion over Introversion (67%)
  • You have moderate preference of Intuition over Sensing (38%)
  • You have moderate preference of Feeling over Thinking (38%)
  • You have moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving (28%)

Famous people sharing my type:

  • Bill Clinton, the 42nd President of the United States
  • Tony Blair, the Prime Minister of Great Britain from 1997 to 2007
  • Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross
  • Ronald Reagan, the 40th President of the United States

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Lou, rats find sugar... simply WAY more addictive than cocaine.

Maxx, I miss my college book for preparing for college. It explained about extroverts and introverts. Now that I like reading more than reading from a lighted-up screen, I CAN'T FIND THE BOOK! NOW, I'll have to put on sunglasses just to read. YEAH, like OCD: I can't handle just staring at this screen anymore.

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an extrovert with anxiety...you're fucked brah. "I LOVE PEOPLE BUT BEING AROUND THEM MAKES ME NERVOUSSSSSSSS."

can't even imagine.

mine is more of a "i stay away from people so i don't have to feel on edge all the time having to monitor every terrible impulse that enters my mind" kinda social anxiety...the fear of what i'll do. given the proper circumstances, people will die around me...ain't nobody got time for that.

i don't wanna be the guy who burns down...

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Man, dude.. you have no idea Joe. Being an extrovert with anxiety is incredibly difficult... I want to go out and interact and party and do all that stuff but at the same time I am terrified of interacting with people because my anxiety is out of control, so I get incredibly frustrated and upset about it.

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ISTJ


Introvert(89%) Sensing(1%) Thinking(88%) Judging(44%)

  • You have strong preference of Introversion over Extraversion (89%)
  • You have marginal or no preference of Sensing over Intuition (1%)
  • You have strong preference of Thinking over Feeling (88%)
  • You have moderate preference of Judging over Perceiving (44%)

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so what is it about the outside that get's you so anxious? let us get to the root.

It could be an irrational fear of the hand of doom.

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