Larry Neal Gowdy is the founder of the SesquIQ high IQ society and the author of several books within the genres of science, religion, history, and philosophy, plus one action/adventure novel. The importance of his writings is that the topics are derived from his own firsthand research and expressed from the point of view of an individual who is personally involved with the topics themselves.
Beyond Prodigies - The New Science of Intelligenceby Larry Gowdy
The importance of the SQ project is that it has verified that the human
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Within a thirty year psychology research project is the twelve year Sensory Quotient (SQ) project that was initially administered through the SesquIQ high IQ society. The SQ results distinguish five classifications of human intelligence: sub-normal, normal, sensoral, ratio, and causa.
The importance of the SQ project is that it has verified that the human specie is composed of different groups that perceive and process thoughts radically different from the other, including two groups that greatly exceed the capacity of what is popularly deemed prodigious.
One of the byproducts of the SQ and psychology projects is an improved method of researching the unanswered questions of animal migration and sense of location. "Beyond Prodigies" is the first series of books to detail the cognition, analyses, and sensory perceptions associated with migration.
Volume one details the five classifications while building a foundation of knowledge necessary for the sense of location topics that are presented in volume two. Volumes three and four further expand on parallel topics that illustrate sharp intellectual contrasts within humans and animals.
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- Woven Strings Publishing
- Publication date:
- Beyond Prodigies - The New Science of Intelligence , #1
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Fantastic read. Presents a radically different view on how man interacts with its environment. The author's eloquent style allows him to portray his groundbreaking research in a distinctive yet unambiguous way. This truly is a must read for those of us concerned with the workings of the human mind. For me, it blows other attempts to describe differences in human cognition out of the water. It would be extremely interesting to see what would manifest in the field of cognition if the authors views and findings were developed further. I am sure the current understanding of the human mind would increase astronomically if so.