oh right, well dario nardis tests showed ESI and ILI as being the closest out of any two types on his brain scan... my feeling is something is going on there we don't really understand but they're special
When I read my questionnaire again after @xerxs post I could definitely see how ILI could be seen in it. And I think it wouldn't be considered a ridiculous typing if people met me irl. But I get on my self indulgent 'type me' bullshit and then I'm like "lol fuck it socionics is bs I'll be xxx type" for a few weeks before settling down and being Fi base again for several months. This is my cycle. Maybe something to do with the movement of the planets. It just has to happen but rest assured I feel the appropriate amount of shame (I don't feel like you specifically are judging but I feel the eyes of judgement upon me, maybe just my own lol)
At least people liked my writing, too bad I have little inspiration to write except for crap about myself.
fwiw, i get a vague thora birch impression from your pictures. VI is crap, but she's totally ili
Lump, I like your avatar. It's cool. It is like frozen potential energy and creates an interesting suspense.
Alphas are great. Us NTs play teh vidya gamez all day while the SF women bake us cookies and feed us hot pockets down a chute. It's quite sweet I hear.
I fall pray to habits as well. Like not using scented lotion.
Socionics is indeed only a societal construct. Interesting how it has evolved.
Anyways, I don't know if that's all you have been exposed to, but I have lots of things other than those things. From music, to games, to videos, to driving knowledge, to personal anecdotes, to coding knowledge, to creative writing. My hobby list is fairly extensive. Recently, I've tried pretending to be Bill Nye, and talking about science information to myself. Today, I talked about biology, specifically, ATP. ATP is Adenasine Triphosphate. So you take the Adenazine, and you add three phosphates. It's kind of like the body's capacitor. It starts as ADP, Adenasine Diphosphate. It hooks onto the edge of the cell wall at certain points, and steals a phosphate from the cytoplasm, the goop its floating in. To do this, it needs energy, and it gets this by kicking out a hydrogen from the cell wall. Then it goes down to the place where it needs to give the energy to, and splits off a phosphate. Then it does the reverse. This moves energy around. If you run out of oxygen to keep the reaction going, it turns into AMP, and this is what happens when you get cramps from running, or otherwise not breathing. ATP is synthesized from Glucose in the mitochondria so you always have more than you have. One of the reasons why you need oxygen is because phosphate is made out of oxygen around phosphorus. Another is that the splitting reaction creates water, and this is why your breath is part water. it is definitely recycled latter though, the body is pretty good on that kind of thing, ignoring vitamin k.
I am probably wrong a bunch, so don't write a paper quoting me on this. I learned this in highschool, and I'm still not really sure on this matter.
Figured it out. LIE. I'm extraverted, which is incredibly counter intuitive for a person who doesn't tend to go out much. Don't know how often I'll be on, but don't expect me to respond often. Only option I'm willing to debate is Si vs Ni right now. Mission accomplished.