Re: human/world interfaces

From: Harvey Newstrom (
Date: Thu Jul 06 2000 - 17:28:14 MDT

"altamira" <> wrote:
>Sat, 26 Feb 2000 11:08:37 EST
>I have a very uneven distribution of mental talents. I've always scored off
>the scale (on the good side :-) in visualization and verbal skills, but am
>basically a mathematical moron.
>Amara Graps (
>Mon, 28 Feb 2000 15:43:10 +0100 (MET)
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>>From: Sun, 27 Feb 2000 17:54:08 EST
>>I'm a mathematical moron as well. I've taken calculus two or three times.
>me too.
>I took calculus, ordinary differential equations, partial differential
>equations, all, at least twice.
>(good teachers and hitting your head against the wall enough times
>eventually makes a difference)
>>Like you I'm basically visual.
>I made it through my physics, astronomy, and math courses drawing alot of
>pictures (really).

Interesting. I also had to take calculus more than once! I was good
at geometry and algebra, but calculus just didn't sink in. I
suddenly had to study and memorize it before I got it.

Harvey Newstrom <>
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Engineer, Research Scientist, Public Speaker and Author.
Extropy Institute Benefactor since the last millennium.

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