42939 - The goals of the Pi Society

N. Lygeros
Translated from the Greek by Athina Kehagias

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We established the high-intelligence Pi Society for people with an Intelligence Quotient higher than 176 on the Stanford-Binet scale ten years ago, due to our experience in high-intelligence societies , ie, Mensa (132), Tops (137), Oath (150), Glia (150) and Mega Foundation.
The initial idea was classical in the field, since it was regarding the access it gave everyone on a worldwide level to interact with other people who had the same capabilities, and that is what in fact occurred.
The Pi Society allows for high-level dialogues in the scientific, technical and artistic action fields.
It attends to all kinds of problems which are related to Humanity, After all its members obtain more PhDs than their actual number, and those in a wide variety of fields.
Additionaly, the fact that its members are from all over the world enables it to observe holistic and polyfaceted issues which are polyfactorial and which encapsulate a dynamic complexity.
Consequently, the ability appearing once per million could be shared and could constitute a common factor of a polymorphic cognition which in fact wants to conceive innovative solutions to difficult problems concerning Humanity.