Okay, I went through and corrected all the spelling errors. Let's see if this helps:
[Foreword] None in my former Philosophyforum.com has cracked this story, so I let you A2K to the challenge.
[Intro] Long have I pondered about logic, most of what has been available was only what I call "linear logic" which I define as clearly defined perimeters, clearly defined frame of scenario, objective and purpose, etc.
People with high IQ would be able to solve highly complex linear logically matters, but ..when matter, purpose and objective, etc, becomes unclear people with high IQ often fail, because they need to have defined perimeters and such, that's where RQ comes to play.
I was inspired to ponder about this by reading this article: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg20427321.000-clever-fools-why-a-high-iq-doesnt-mean-youre-smart.html
I have a brilliant doctor friend, who uncritically told me a story he heard in a auditorium filled with fellow doctors at Panum (Danish educational institute, or something)
This story he told me I will propose as a challenge to this forum.
Two garbage men, who had been in the business for Two decades, who had suffered foul odors throughout their career, took on a vacation to Turkey and went to the perfume streets.
As they walked the one would become ill, and in the end fell to the ground. The helpful perfume sellers would aid the poor man with their smelling salts, but only making him go to a deeper coma.
The other garbage man would realize it was the thick odor in the street that caused the problem, and pulled his friend out to cleaner air, which helped and he would awaken from the coma.
Conclusion: each their scent.