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I know the best that can be done here is speculation, but how would someone with an IQ of 1000, or even 1000000, behave? I've seen that movies have a tendency to depict superintelligent beings as affectionate and sympathetic (like the Tulkuns in Avatar, among other examples), but high-IQ people tend to be quite the opposite, more antisocial. And is it true that they would instantly get depression and then commit suicide?

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    $\begingroup$ Welcome Flamethrower. The question in it's present form has no meaning in the context of the way IQ measurement and scaling works. Please take our tour read the How to Ask section of the help center. You'll see the expectation that those posting questions should show their own research when posting. Look into search term: "normal distribution" and "IQ scales", for a starting point into the way the scale works. You could also look into "IQ behavior correlation", and see what that kicks up. Then you can edit that question with what you found. $\endgroup$ Commented Jun 5 at 8:28
  • $\begingroup$ This is indeed opinion-based, and hence off-topic here. See Are IQ scores above 200 statistically meaningful? re whether or not such scores are meaningful. See What is the meaningful difference between someone with a 145 IQ compared to a 100 IQ? for a similar - but more reasonable - question. $\endgroup$
    – Arnon Weinberg
    Commented Jun 17 at 3:14

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