Robert J. Bradbury wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Jul 2000, John Clark wrote:
> > Fortunately this inability didn't harm Asimov's self esteem much. In his
> > autobiography he said that in his entire life he'd only met two people
> > who were smarter than him, one was Marvin Minsky and the other was Carl
> > Sagan.
> It would be somewhat illuminating to know what their relative IQs were. (IQ
> has its limitations, but its the only relatively universal measure we
> currently have.)
I had a boss once who met Asimov and wife at a party. He said that Asimov
was indeed a fairly smart and witty man, but that his wife (I think it was
his second) was far smarter than him and he didn't seem to realize it.
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