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HELLIQ Member 221: Yohei Furutono, 23 years old from Tokyo, Japan.

Yohei’s hobbies include Reading comics, Shorinji-Kempo, Aikido and Karate.

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January 18, 2017. by HELLIQ Administration. Latest News , New HELLIQ member · No Comment. HELLIQ Society has a new member, Yohei Furutono, 23 years old from Tokyo, Japan. Yohei's hobbies include Reading comics, Shorinji-Kempo, Aikido and Karate. Yohei, welcome to the HELLIQ Society!
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CIVIQ Member 282: Matthew Abbott from Sydney, Australia.

Matthew had undergraduate studies in finance, economics and political economy and postgraduate studies in conservation biology, ecology and environmental science.

His interests are varied and include philosophy (philosophy of language, analytic and continental traditions, ethics, history of philosophy, social and political), mathematics, evolution, physics, psychology, neurology, environmental science, ecology, global political economy, art, music, literature and hiking.

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CIVIQ Member 281: Alexandra Lungu

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CIVIQ Member 280: Harry Kanigel from New Jersey, US.

Harry lived through the 60’s and is mainly scornful of that period because of the nihilistic values that were imbued into an entire generation. He is a father of four people who are successful adults and he is married to their mother, with whom he lives in New Jersey, the great state in the U.S. that Einstein and Gödel spent their last years.

He attended Franconia College, for three semesters, before embarking on solitary self-education while working at odd jobs in San Francisco, through the 70’s and beyond. Continued the life of an autodidact through the decades to present day, despite major shifts in other priorities.

He became a father in 1982, which had the effect of shifting his focus to the down-to-earth requirements of earning a proper living and providing for a family. He trained as computer programmer at a vocational school. It would be apt here to insert a short snippet used in his bio for his role as technical advisor, when serving, in 2014, on the advisory board of MetalLynx, automated commodities trading platform:


Harry Kanigel is a software engineer who held executive roles in Fortune 500 and Global top 50 financial firms and led award winning development teams for two decades, before turning his attention to writing, researching and consulting. Kanigel served as Executive Director of Information Technology at UBS Investment Bank where he headed a technology project that permitted UBS to become the largest equities trader in the world. Prior to this, Kanigel was Vice President at Charles Schwab & Co in their Capital Markets subsidiary. At Schwab, Kanigel earned a “Best of the Best” leadership award for innovation in trade processing, while his team members earned a similar team award. Kanigel developed a user centric approach to software craft early in his career as the sole presence of a small consulting firm on the job site of then formidable Metalgesellschaft, AG (MG). At MG, he developed financial and trading applications through close and active partnership with traders and domain experts. He has developed scores of applications for a wide range of trading instruments including, physical commodities, fixed income, equities, foreign exchange and assorted derivatives. A lifelong autodidact and logical puzzle enthusiast, Kanigel has published a book review essay about the origin of the genetic code and its similarity to computer algorithms and, for a time, wrote a regular column for Telicom, the journal of the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry.

Kanigel attended Franconia College (New Hampshire) where he majored in philosophy and founded the chess club. Kanigel completed training in software design at the Cope Institute of Agudath Israel in NYC.

Lately he focuses on what interests him and this entails some of the more basic questions: origin of life, the nature of consciousness, human nature, but also geopolitics and math. The last few books he has read will provide a window into what he currently thinks is important:

“Undeniable: How Biology Confirms our Intuition that Life is Designed” by Douglas Axe;
“The Mind and the Brain: Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force” by Jeffrey M. Schwartz;
“The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World” by Iain McGilchrist

ⒸCIVIQ Society, a World Intelligence affiliated High IQ Society
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HELLIQ Member 220: Hirofumi Ohta (大田 浩史) from Japan.

Hirofumi is a Ph.D. student at the university of Tokyo. His Major is in Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory. His interests include Mathematics, Board games, Puzzle, Books (collecting and reading) and Coffee.
HELLIQ Society has a new member, Hirofumi Ohta (大田 浩史) from Japan. Hirofumi is a Ph.D. student at the university of Tokyo. His Major is in Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory. His interests include Mathematics, Board games, Puzzle, Books (collecting and reading) and Coffee. Hirofumi ...
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CIVIQ Member 279: Tomoe Kurihara from Sendai, Miyagi, Japan.

Tomoe teaches English at the language school. She also worked at Day care center in the U.S. She studied English, Advertising design and Early childhood education. She studied abroad at college of Marin in Kentfield, CA.

Her interests include playing video games, taking pictures, traveling and observing the stars. She is also a member of the International high IQ society and Torr society.
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HELLIQ Member 221: Yohei Furutono, 23 years old from Tokyo, Japan.

Yohei’s hobbies include Reading comics, Shorinji-Kempo, Aikido and Karate.

ⒸHELLIQ Society, a World Intelligence affiliated High IQ Society
January 18, 2017. by HELLIQ Administration. Latest News , New HELLIQ member · No Comment. HELLIQ Society has a new member, Yohei Furutono, 23 years old from Tokyo, Japan. Yohei's hobbies include Reading comics, Shorinji-Kempo, Aikido and Karate. Yohei, welcome to the HELLIQ Society!
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World Intelligence Network

High IQ Societies  - 
 
CIVIQ Member 282: Matthew Abbott from Sydney, Australia.

Matthew had undergraduate studies in finance, economics and political economy and postgraduate studies in conservation biology, ecology and environmental science.

His interests are varied and include philosophy (philosophy of language, analytic and continental traditions, ethics, history of philosophy, social and political), mathematics, evolution, physics, psychology, neurology, environmental science, ecology, global political economy, art, music, literature and hiking.

ⒸCIVIQ Society, a World Intelligence affiliated High IQ Society
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CIVIQ Member 281: Alexandra Lungu

ⒸCIVIQ Society, a World Intelligence affiliated High IQ Society
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World Intelligence Network

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CIVIQ Member 280: Harry Kanigel from New Jersey, US.

Harry lived through the 60’s and is mainly scornful of that period because of the nihilistic values that were imbued into an entire generation. He is a father of four people who are successful adults and he is married to their mother, with whom he lives in New Jersey, the great state in the U.S. that Einstein and Gödel spent their last years.

He attended Franconia College, for three semesters, before embarking on solitary self-education while working at odd jobs in San Francisco, through the 70’s and beyond. Continued the life of an autodidact through the decades to present day, despite major shifts in other priorities.

He became a father in 1982, which had the effect of shifting his focus to the down-to-earth requirements of earning a proper living and providing for a family. He trained as computer programmer at a vocational school. It would be apt here to insert a short snippet used in his bio for his role as technical advisor, when serving, in 2014, on the advisory board of MetalLynx, automated commodities trading platform:


Harry Kanigel is a software engineer who held executive roles in Fortune 500 and Global top 50 financial firms and led award winning development teams for two decades, before turning his attention to writing, researching and consulting. Kanigel served as Executive Director of Information Technology at UBS Investment Bank where he headed a technology project that permitted UBS to become the largest equities trader in the world. Prior to this, Kanigel was Vice President at Charles Schwab & Co in their Capital Markets subsidiary. At Schwab, Kanigel earned a “Best of the Best” leadership award for innovation in trade processing, while his team members earned a similar team award. Kanigel developed a user centric approach to software craft early in his career as the sole presence of a small consulting firm on the job site of then formidable Metalgesellschaft, AG (MG). At MG, he developed financial and trading applications through close and active partnership with traders and domain experts. He has developed scores of applications for a wide range of trading instruments including, physical commodities, fixed income, equities, foreign exchange and assorted derivatives. A lifelong autodidact and logical puzzle enthusiast, Kanigel has published a book review essay about the origin of the genetic code and its similarity to computer algorithms and, for a time, wrote a regular column for Telicom, the journal of the International Society for Philosophical Enquiry.

Kanigel attended Franconia College (New Hampshire) where he majored in philosophy and founded the chess club. Kanigel completed training in software design at the Cope Institute of Agudath Israel in NYC.

Lately he focuses on what interests him and this entails some of the more basic questions: origin of life, the nature of consciousness, human nature, but also geopolitics and math. The last few books he has read will provide a window into what he currently thinks is important:

“Undeniable: How Biology Confirms our Intuition that Life is Designed” by Douglas Axe;
“The Mind and the Brain: Neuroplasticity and the Power of Mental Force” by Jeffrey M. Schwartz;
“The Master and His Emissary: The Divided Brain and the Making of the Western World” by Iain McGilchrist

ⒸCIVIQ Society, a World Intelligence affiliated High IQ Society
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HELLIQ Member 220: Hirofumi Ohta (大田 浩史) from Japan.

Hirofumi is a Ph.D. student at the university of Tokyo. His Major is in Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory. His interests include Mathematics, Board games, Puzzle, Books (collecting and reading) and Coffee.
HELLIQ Society has a new member, Hirofumi Ohta (大田 浩史) from Japan. Hirofumi is a Ph.D. student at the university of Tokyo. His Major is in Mathematical Statistics and Probability Theory. His interests include Mathematics, Board games, Puzzle, Books (collecting and reading) and Coffee. Hirofumi ...
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World Intelligence Network

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CIVIQ Member 279: Tomoe Kurihara from Sendai, Miyagi, Japan.

Tomoe teaches English at the language school. She also worked at Day care center in the U.S. She studied English, Advertising design and Early childhood education. She studied abroad at college of Marin in Kentfield, CA.

Her interests include playing video games, taking pictures, traveling and observing the stars. She is also a member of the International high IQ society and Torr society.
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A new millennium and new ideas facing the world. Being aware of the importance of intelligence matters, Dr. Evangelos G. Katsioulis founded The World Intelligence Network (WIN) on January 1st, 2001. This date signals a departure from the structures and functions traditionally associated with high IQ societies.

WIN facilitates the participation of its member societies and their respective members by providing an alternative environment in which their original ideas may be freely proposed, constructively critiqued, and widely disseminated.

WIN also represents an unprecedented resource for creative problem solving for the world at large.

WIN seeks to establish itself as a global vector for the cultivation and development of ideas by the most intellectually gifted people.

The acronym WIN represents a move towards progress, the hope of a victory for humanity using all its potential.