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  1. Dr Wife was watching Alien (which she had not seen before) and we were chatting via iMessage. This was at the end of the movie…

Rachel: Oh good lord she’s smart.

TJ: I knew you’d like her :-)

Rachel: It’s over!

TJ: OR IS IT?

Rachel: Stop it. The credits are rolling.

TJ: OR ARE THEY?

Rachel: I CAN SEE THEM WITH MY OWN TWO EYES, TJ.

TJ: OR CAN YOU? Scientists have yet to discover how neural networks create self-consciousness, let alone how the human brain processes two-dimensional retinal images into the three-dimensional phenomenon known as perception. Yet you somehow brazenly declare that seeing is believing?

Rachel: Have you heard of binocular disparity?!

TJ: Is that when I have binoculars but you don’t?

Rachel: It’s part of how the brain “processes two-dimensional retinal images into the three-dimensional phenomenon known as perception.”

TJ: I’m sorry, are you questioning my quote from The X-Files?

Rachel: I’m questioning your knowledge of sensation and perception psychology.

TJ: I’ll take that as a ‘no’…


This has been another episode of “Dumb Guys Argue With Smart Women.”

    Dr Wife was watching Alien (which she had not seen before) and we were chatting via iMessage. This was at the end of the movie…

    Rachel: Oh good lord she’s smart.

    TJ: I knew you’d like her :-)

    Rachel: It’s over!

    TJ: OR IS IT?

    Rachel: Stop it. The credits are rolling.

    TJ: OR ARE THEY?

    Rachel: I CAN SEE THEM WITH MY OWN TWO EYES, TJ.

    TJ: OR CAN YOU? Scientists have yet to discover how neural networks create self-consciousness, let alone how the human brain processes two-dimensional retinal images into the three-dimensional phenomenon known as perception. Yet you somehow brazenly declare that seeing is believing?

    Rachel: Have you heard of binocular disparity?!

    TJ: Is that when I have binoculars but you don’t?

    Rachel: It’s part of how the brain “processes two-dimensional retinal images into the three-dimensional phenomenon known as perception.”

    TJ: I’m sorry, are you questioning my quote from The X-Files?

    Rachel: I’m questioning your knowledge of sensation and perception psychology.

    TJ: I’ll take that as a ‘no’…

    This has been another episode of “Dumb Guys Argue With Smart Women.”