3.4.2. IQ test
When comparing the assignments of an IQ test to the definition of natural intelligence, it becomes clearly that IQ tests are focused on the capabilities grouping and separating, rather than archiving, planning, foreseeing and learning from mistakes.
But more important than a high IQ score, is the question how close one's world view is to the way nature works. One can have an extremely high IQ score and develop many new theories. But what is the contribution of those theories, when they explain a biased world view rather than the way nature works?