Cox-Platt-Buzan-Thims IQ

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In genius studies, Cox-Platt-Buzan-Thims IQ (CPBT IQ) refers to the “two” IQs common to the: Cox IQs (1926) [301 geniuses], Platt IQs (1962) [12 geniuses], and Buzan IQs (1994) [100 geniuses], and the Thims IQs (2019) [750+ geniuses], namely those of Newton and Darwin.

Overview

The mean IQ of each, Newton and Darwin, from all four generally independent ranking schemes, is shown below, in table form:

Cox IQ

(1926)

Platt IQ

(1962)

Buzan IQ

(1994)

Thims IQ

(2019)

Mean
1. Isaac Newton 190 190 195 220 199
2. Carl Gauss 190 190 190
3. Archimedes 190 190 190 190
4. Albert Einstein 180+ 205 215
5. Louis Pasteur 180 175
6. John Neumann 180 190
7. Linus Pauling 180 190
8. Percy Bridgman 180 185
9. Bertrand Russell 180 180
10. Sigmund Freud 180 185
11. Charles Darwin 165 180 173 180 175
12. Bernard Shaw 180 180

The following, based on the two mean IQs, is the so-called CBPT IQ ruler, which can be used to enable a genius studies scholar to gauge, in a time-digested neutral manner, geniuses with yet un-calculated IQs:

CBPT IQ ruler.png

In Apr 2020, Thims began to use these two "key", unbiased, neutral IQ points, as '"anchors", so to say, as a tool to re-adjust the all all of the "ceiling IQs', of the top 1000 geniuses tables.

End matter

See also

  • Cox-Buzan IQ
  • Cox-Buzan-Platt IQ

External links

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