- I'll say this one could be true, I'm not going to do the math and figure out how old Mike was in fifth grade to see what computers were available at the time and make a guess at whether this story is a fabrication or not, but since he made his money in programming, I'll mostly believe this one.
- Funny that Adams has never demonstrated this in any of his hundreds of YouTube videos, at least as far as i can find, but I invite him to demonstrate the ability and I will gladly say it is true.
- Again believable but not provable.
- This one makes no sense. Being able to beat market averages by 20% is incredible and would have made him incredibly wealthy. Either it is not true, Mike has very bad judgement, or he is a crazy super genius that was bored with stocks and wanted to make spam email software instead. I can guess which one he would choose, but I'll keep my guess to myself.
- Fine, I believe it, his terrible software company was successful after all.
- In other words he thinks it is an amazing achievement to have access to part of what is already freely available through PubMed, located on his site. Of, course his site doesn't get advertising revenue when people use PubMed, so making himself more money I guess is the accomplishment here.
- Out of context quotes from 1000+ books that likely had to Pass Adams' test before they were included. As flawed as Google may be, it still provides amazingly better results than anything you will find on Naturalpedia.
- I swear that the first thing I thought of when I read this was a memory from kindergarten having someone say "well yeah I have superpowers, I just don't want to use them right now, because i'm tired". But what if Adams really does have such technology? (Which I doubt). Would it not be absolutely immoral for him to withhold life saving technology that could incredibly benefit the human race? So either way, whether this is a lie, or a truth, i think all can agree Mike is an asshole because of it.