Huxley lives in the world of potentiality. He clearly sees all that which is possible for him to accomplish by the means he possesses. He is a genius at identifying the personal strengths and weaknesses of others, and has a realistic idea of his own talents. However, his greatest talent, by far, is distinguishing ingenuine expressions of interest by others: he easily notices inconsistencies in behavior, and can easily connect the dots, recognizing with hardly any effort whether or not someone is being fake. In the same instant, he considers all of the possible motives behind such behavior, and determines the most likely one. He is a natural psychologist: he formulates models of interactions, and uses discrepencies in them to estimate their value to him.