Response 3)"How do you expect me to RP with someone that can't even make logical sense because they're too busy trying to assert some power?"
The forum has a ranking system in place for a reason, high rank characters have been on the forum or past versions of this forum for a MUCH longer time than you. Saying your character should be able to beat up Akira on an equal level of skill, power and speed, is like me approaching my MMA sensai and winning against him while he was going all out. It's just not logical at all therefore breaking down your own point about being logical
I Have Characters From The Past On Here, Both Of Which Are Directly Connected To Tensei And His Power Level And His Story. Not To Mention, The Evidence Of His Story And Its Relation To Kwandrivia Before He Got Here. Tensei Draws Power From These Things By Default, Because They Are Connected To Him. Not To Mention, From A Purely Solely Logical Standpoint, There Are Different Levels And Speeds Of Learning. Certainly, There Have Been 5 Years Olds That Learn Languages Much More Swiftly Than An Adult Taking 4 Years Of Language. That Sort Of Measurement Is Inaccurate. The Faster You Learn The Faster You Develop, And That Cuts Down Time It Takes To Acquire Or Achieve Certain Things That May Take Someone Else Longer To Do, Which Thereby Makes That Point Invalid And Irrelevant Ultimately. Also, Just Because You Did Not See The Development Doesn't Mean You Disregard It Happened. That Is Delusional, And I Will Further Express The Depth Of This Delusion As Carried On.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25060576Many people recognize that each person prefers different learning styles and techniques. Learning styles group common ways that people learn. Everyone has a mix of learning styles. Some people may find that they have a dominant style of learning, with far less use of the other styles. Others may find that they use different styles in different circumstances. There is no right mix. Nor are your styles fixed. You can develop ability in less dominant styles, as well as further develop styles that you already use well.
Cognitive processes are important to animals because they not only influence how animals acquire, store and recall information, but also may underpin behaviours such as deciding where to look for food, build a nest, or with whom to mate. Several recent studies have begun to examine the potential interaction between variation in cognition and variation in personality traits. One hypothesis proposed that there is a speed-accuracy trade-off in cognition ability that aligns with a fast-slow behaviour type. Here, we explicitly examined this hypothesis by testing wild-caught black-capped chickadees in a series of cognitive tasks that assessed both learning speed (the number of trials taken to learn) and accuracy (post-acquisition performance when tested with un-trained exemplars). Chickadees' exploration scores were measured in a novel environment task. We found that slow-exploring chickadees demonstrated higher accuracy during the test phase, but did not learn the initial task in fewer trials compared to fast-exploring chickadees, providing partial support for the proposed link between cognition and personality. We report positive correlations in learning speed between different phases within cognitive tasks, but not between the three cognitive tasks suggesting independence in underlying cognitive processing. We discuss different rule-based strategies that may contribute to differential performance accuracy in cognitive tasks and provide suggestions for future experimentation to examine mechanisms underlying the relationship between cognition and personality.