Last week, I binge-read perhaps the smartest fanfic ever written about the Harry Potter series, called "Harry Potter and The Methods of Rationality". The 122-chapter long story written by Less Wrong founder, Eliezer Yudkowsky depicted an alternative universe where Harry was raised by his loving adopted parents, Oxford profession and Petunia who became super hot after begging her sister to make her a beauty potion. Now Harry is super smart and logical, a scientist. Would it make him a better hero and person than the average-IQ Harry who can fly fairly? The story is full of science facts, at many points I found myself deeply confused, but with my average IQ, I managed to pick up a few along the line, I also picked up philosophical thoughts about life:
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