>> I have a rude hypothesis about the correlation between increasing
>> intelligence and decreasing happiness:
>Those who think they are smarter than everyone else, but in reality are
>no smarter, or just a little bit smarter, are unhappy. It's a
>byproduct of a lifetime of cognitive dissonance.
>Those who really are smarter than everyone else, and who know it, also
>know enough to keep their big mouth shut about it and pass among the
>"normals" just fine.
Ah, but how about those who are smarter, and don't think they are?