>X-Extropian-Date: Remailed on January 27, 376 P.N.O. [19:42:29 UTC]
>X-Mailer: MailWeir 2.0
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Robin Hanson)
>Date: Sat, 27 Jan 96 16:46:19 PST
>Subject: How many ENTP here?
>>From 16 responses I have 7 first born and 7 not, 7 E vs. 6 I, and 9 P
>vs 4 J, and all NT. So extropians seem to be first born XNTP, with P
>and first born weaker tendencies.
>Reading the desriptions of ENTP, INTP, and first borns, it makes sense
>to me that these would be the people most attracted to an
>individualistic gungho inyourface optimistic group which, if the truth
>be told, pretty much accepts the dominant scientific theory in most
>fields. This doesn't make us any less right, but it does help to
>understand why so many don't find us so obviously right.
>The personality pages I pointed to give stats on online takers of the
>test, and XNTP is definitely a small minority. I'm not sure what's
>bugging Marvin (he just dumped on Lee without noticing Lee agrees with
>him), but I would suggest that people submit further data privately.
>Robin Hanson email@example.com http://www.hss.caltech.edu/~hanson/
firstname.lastname@example.org http://hanson.berkeley.edu/ RWJF Health Policy Scholar FAX: 510-643-8614 140 Warren Hall, UC Berkeley, CA 94720-7360 510-643-1884