# INTP vs INTJ——如何在INT中识别J和P

INTP和INTJ们在人群中很好识别，尤其是典型的INTJ。作为与INTJ和INTP均有过（相当）大数量且深度接触的人，你一定能在人群中仅凭短暂的交流识别出一个INT，尤其是那些特征典型的。在这里，我之所以强调要是特征典型的，是因为人的性格分布像是一个连续的光谱，只有特征足够典型才有好的代表性。想象一条色带从白色渐变到黑色，你难以断定到底哪一处是黑白的分界线，然后指着那条线说，左边的便是白，右边的便是黑。你想要给人展示什么是黑色什么是白色，好的策略是在两端而非靠近中间的地方取色。类似地，今天我们要讨论如何在INT中识别J和P，应该拿具有代表性的例子作为典型，而非纠结于INTJ-INTP的过渡态，或者其他诸如于INFP-INTP的过渡态。

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[1] 比如，问问这个人对一些事物的看法，如果他对某件事表达出与常人不同的看法，问问这个人为什么。如果他能不错地给出论证过程，说明他是有思考的（T）。这里得注意了，他不一定愿意告诉你为什么（毕竟，你又不是他爹，凭什么你问什么他就要答什么，那样岂不是显得他很没面子？），所以你需要判断他只是不愿意给出论证还是根本没有自己的论证。

[2] 比如，对一部电影，S会更多地关注人物的样貌装扮，道具的选择，特效是否酷炫等。

[3] INTJ们注意了，思维固执可不一定值得骄傲，但也不一定是坏事

[4] 我这里可没有暗示INTJ的行文风格都很诡异，阅读障碍者请注意。

# 一些新发现的钢琴曲

Last Update: March 14, 2017

### 古典／Classical Music

• Auld Lang Syne，友谊地久天长
• Bach: Air on the G String，巴赫：G弦上的咏叹调
• Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G major (BWV 1007): I. Prelude，巴赫：G大调第一无伴奏大提琴组曲，前奏曲
• Bach: Minuet in G，巴赫：G大调小步舞曲
• Beethoven: Bagatelle No. 25 in A minor/Für Elise，贝多芬：献给爱丽丝
• Beethoven: Minuet from String quartet No. 5, in A Major, Op. 18，贝多芬：A大调第18号弦乐四重奏
• Beethoven: Minuet in G，贝多芬：G大调小步舞曲
• Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 14, “Moonlight Sonata”，贝多芬：升c小调第十四钢琴奏鸣曲/月光奏鸣曲
• Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.17 in D minor, Op.31 No.2 -Tempest，贝多芬：第17钢琴奏鸣曲／暴风雨奏鸣曲
• Beethoven: Sonata No. 8 for Piano, Op. 13 Pathétiquein C minor，贝多芬：c小调第8奏鸣曲／悲怆奏鸣曲
• Beethoven: Sonata No. 23, Op.57 – Appassionata，贝多芬：第23钢琴奏鸣曲／热情奏鸣曲
• Beethoven: String Quartet No. 12, in E-flat Major, Op. 127, 贝多芬：降E大调第12号弦乐四重奏
• Beethoven: String Quartet No. 14, in C-Sharp Minor, Op. 131，贝多芬：升c小调第14号弦乐四重奏
• Beethoven: String Quartet No. 15, in A Minor, Op. 132，贝多芬：a小调第15号弦乐四重奏
• Beethoven: String Quartet No. 16, in F Minor, Op. 135，贝多芬：F大调第16号弦乐四重奏
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21，贝多芬：C大调第一交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 36:，贝多芬：D大调第二交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 3, Op. 55，贝多芬：降E大调第三交响曲／英雄交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 in B-Flat, Op. 60，贝多芬：降B大调第四交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 in C Minor, Op. 67，贝多芬：c小调第五号交响曲／命运交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 6 in F, Op. 68，贝多芬：F大调第六号交响曲／田园交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92，贝多芬：A大调第七交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 8 in F, Op. 93，贝多芬：F大调第八交响曲
• Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125，贝多芬：d小调第九交响曲
• Bizet: Carmen Suite No 2 – Chanson du Toredor. Allegro moderato (Act II), 比才：卡门组曲，第二组，第二乐章
• Brahms: Danses Hongroises Pour Piano À 4 Mains : No.5 En Fa Dièse Mineur，勃拉姆斯：匈牙利舞曲第五号
• Brahms: Hungarian Dance No.4 in F sharp minor – Orchestrated by Paul Juon (1872-1940)，勃拉姆斯：升f小调匈牙利舞曲第四号
• Dvořák: Humoresque No. 7 in G flat major, Op. 101，德沃夏克：降G大调诙谐曲
• Dvořák: Symphonie Nr. 9 e-moll, Op. 95, ‘Aus der Neuen Welt’ – Allegro con fuoco，德沃夏克: e小调第九交响曲《自新大陆》·第四乐章
• Gavotte in D major,Rosine(arr. for violin and piano)，D大调加沃特舞曲，罗西纳
• Grieg: In The Hall Of The Mountain King，格里格：在山魔王的宫殿里
• La Leggenda del Pianista Sull’oceano/Magic Waltz，魔术华尔兹，《海上钢琴师》
• La traviata / Act 1 -Libiamo ne’lieti calici(Brindisi) Luciano Pavarotti，茶花女·饮酒歌
• Les premiers sourires de Vanessa，瓦妮莎的微笑
• Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsodies S.244 – No.2 in C sharp minor / F sharp major, with cadenza for Toni Raab: Rapsodie hongroise II，李斯特：匈牙利狂想曲
• Liszt: La Campanella，李斯特：钟
• Liszt: Schwanengesang, S.560 – piano transcriptions after Schubert – No.4 Ständchen (Serenade)，李斯特：改编舒伯特小夜曲
• Love Theme from “Romeo & Julia” ，罗密欧与朱丽叶
• Maksim: Croatian Rhapsody，马克西姆：克罗地亚狂想曲
• Maksim: The Flight Of The Bumble-Bee，马克西姆：野蜂飞舞
• Mendelssohn, Heine: 6 Songs Op.34 : II Auf Flügeln des Gesanges Op.34 No.2，门德尔松，海涅：乘着歌声的翅膀
• Mozart: 12 Variations on Ah, Vous Dirai-Je, Maman,  K. 265 Twinkle，莫扎特：小星星变奏曲
• Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 11,Alla Turca，莫扎特：A大调第11号钢琴奏鸣曲，土耳其进行曲／第三乐章
• Mozart: Serenade in G, K.525 “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” – 1. Allegro，莫扎特：第13号小夜曲／G大调弦乐小夜曲，第一乐章
• Mozart: Sonata No 1 in C，莫扎特：第一号钢琴奏鸣曲
• Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G minor K550 (1996 Digital Remaster): Molto allegro，莫扎特：g小调第40号交响曲，第一乐章
• Mozart: The Magic Flute, Queen of the Night – Aria N° 14，莫扎特: 魔笛，第14号夜后咏叹调
• Offenbach: Jacques Offenbach: Cancan (Orpheus in the Underworld)，奥芬巴赫：天堂与地狱序曲
• Rossini: The Barber of Seville，罗西尼：塞维利亚的理发师
• Rossini: William Tell, 罗西尼：威廉·退尔
• Pachelbel: Canon in D，帕赫贝尔：D大调卡农
• Schumann: Robert Schumann: Kinderszenen, Op.15 – VII. Träumerei (Arr. Christopher Palmer for Cello and Orchestra)，舒曼：童年情景，梦幻曲
• Shostakovich: Jazz Suite No.2 (Suite for Promenade Orchestra) – VI. Waltz 2，肖斯塔科维奇：第二号爵士组曲
• Strauss II: An die schonen, blauen Donau – Walzer Op.314，小约翰·施特劳斯：蓝色多瑙河圆舞曲
• Strauss II: Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka, Polka schnell, Op. 214，小约翰·施特劳斯：闲聊波卡尔
• Strauss: Radetzky March Op. 228 (2005 Digital Remaster)，施特劳斯：拉德茨基进行曲
• Tchaikovsky: The Seasons, 12 characteristic pieces, Op. 37a: 6. June, Barcarolle，柴科夫斯基：四季•六月船歌
• Tekla Badarzewska-Baranowska: The Maiden’s Prayer (Arr. Joseph Cooper)，巴拉诺夫斯卡：少女的祈祷
• Vivaldi: The Four Seasons (Spring) – 1. Allegro 01.-12.，安东尼奥·韦瓦第：四季•春
• Williams: “The Imperial March (Darth Vader’s Theme)，威廉姆斯：皇帝进行曲（星球大战）

### 纯音乐／Absolute Music

• Always With Me（钢琴）
• Another Day
• Awake
• Beethoven Virus
• Between Worlds
• Braveheart (For the Love of a Princess)
• Brothers (Fullmetal Alchemist)
• Butterfly Waltz
• Canon，卡农（钢琴版，小提琴版，四重奏版，阿卡贝拉版，八音盒版，口琴版，变奏曲版，及其他各种版本）
• Fallingstar（八音盒）
• Electric Romeo
• Flight of the Silverbird
• Flower Dance
• For the Love of a Princess (From “Braveheart”)
• He’s a Pirate (Pirates of the Caribbean theme)
• Horner: For The Love Of A Princess (Braveheart)
• Journey
• Kiss The Rain
• Larrons En Foire
• Let it go
• Love Story meets Viva La Vida
• Miles Away
• Memory (Phantom Of Broadway album version)
• Mirror Night
• Nocturne
• Nothing To Fear
• Nuvole Bianche
• Piano Beat
• Poker Face
• Por Una Cabeza
• Purple Passion
• Purple Passion
• Returning Heart Garden
• River Flows In You
• Schindlers List
• Secrets AMFB Onerepublic
• Sketch Plane
• Song from a secret garden
• Stand & Believe
• Stepping On The Rainy Street
• Summer
• Tassel
• Tears
• The Crave
• The Daylight
• The Dream Waltz
• The Rain
• The truth that you leave
• Through the Arbor
• Town of Windmill
• Viva La Vida（大提琴）
• Whisper Of Hope (Piano Only)
• Wild Side
• Yanni – Ninghtingale
• 不论多少次（Alwasy with me的八音盒版）
• 千与千寻（Always with me的人声片尾曲）
• 千寻的圆舞曲
• 夜的钢琴曲（六）
• 天空之城主题曲 fallingstar
• 故乡的原风景
• 星空
• 映画恋
• 月光下的凤尾竹
• 梦中的婚礼
• 森林狂想曲
• 水边的阿狄丽娜
• 爱的协奏曲
• 雪的梦幻
• 梁祝
• 白昼之夜
• 童年
• 茉莉花（萨克斯）
• 跨越时代的思念
• 那一天的合川
• 4U

# 一个无趣且粗糙的妹子衡量量化模型

• 终于修复了不能写入图片或安装插件的bug；
• 将Startssl的证书更换为Comodo的证书[1]；
• 开启了全站强制https；
• 对hosting搬了家[2]；
• 博客将支持LaTeX，覆盖范围包括标题、文章和评论区；
• 开启了相册，以后hule.me/gallary终于可以用了，容我慢慢添加图片。

$$x=\sqrt{x_1^2+x_2^2}$$

$$x=\sqrt{\frac{c_0 x_1^2+x_2^2}{c_0+1}}$$    [5]

$$\sqrt{\frac{\sum _{i=1}^4 c_i y_i^2}{\sum _{i=1}^4 c_i}}$$

$$x_i, y_i \in [0,1]$$

$$f(x,y):=16.487 e^{-0.75 e \left((x-1)^2+(y-1)^2\right)-0.5 x}$$    $$x,y \in [0,1]$$

$$f(x,y):=16.487\frac{\left| x+y\right|}{2} e^{-0.75 e \left((x-1)^2+(y-1)^2\right)-0.5 x}$$    $$x,y \in [0,1]$$

hmmm……，就是一个这样粗糙的模型。最后显然地，模型不能充分代表我的想法，但是作为某种标准的定量化体验，效果好像还是不错的。

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[1] 360收购Startssl后，Startssl的证书不再安全。

[2] 貌似Linux的hosting要比windows的好用很多。

[3] 这里的气质更多的是心理学词汇，不同于平常的意思；其实心理学上气质是与生俱来的，与性格类似，但是这里我还是把他部分重叠地放在这里来了。

[4] 如果你喜欢，显然你也可以对汉子打分。

[5] 这里的参数是为了x的范围落在[0,10]，下同。

[6]因为三观包括世界观、人生观和价值观。

# 随笔

Anyway，祝愿那位女子尽早找到自己的真爱，动机吻合的。

# Something about Physics and Chemistry

Note: This is the homework for organic chemistry.

Preface

With the deep love and firm dedication to natural science, I have been long time wanting to write something about chemistry and physics. In fact, as I learned more about the two basic sciences, more and more remarkable differences between these two subjects appeared and they are so significant that they push me to determine which subject on earth I should devote the rest of my life to. Fortunately, I get a chance today to share my view of points semi-officially here, and I will write down every true feeling I have when I try to learn and understand these two subjects. These feelings may not be consistent and even against with those of yours, but they are not offensive or discriminatory and just stand for my personal viewpoints.

Difference between physics and chemistry

Both physics and chemistry are natural sciences, but strangely, they bear too many different characteristics. Physics is more logical: it tries to establish a complete, self-consistent system using laws and logical reasoning that universally explain how the world works and why a natural phenomenon appears with experimental results as proof and supports. However, chemistry is more empirical: it tries to collect as more as experimental data from which chemists try to establish a plausible theory or formula that may partially explain chemical phenomena. One, if bright enough, can deduce a wonderful physics system using only a few basic laws, but he can never do the same thing in chemistry, and even neither can he satisfyingly explain a phenomenon using existing chemical laws or empirical formula. In this sense, physics is a more labor-saving and efficient method as a tool to understand the world. With only one single law, such as law of universal gravitation, a man can learn a great lot about this world. He must be very excited and amazed about how universe can be understood by a so concise and labor-saving way.

Comparison between Physics and Chemistry

 Characteristics Physics(Take theoretical physics as example) Chemistry(Take organic chemistry as example) Methods of establishment and development Logical reasoning using basic laws with experiments results as proof and support Empirically with experiments results as development resources and logic reasoning as auxiliary Range of application Very universal Quite limited Size of objects for study From quarks to the universe From molecules to human-size materials Ability of prediction Quite Strong Limited, inaccurate, and uncertain, with many exceptions More applied or more pure Totally pure More applied Intellectual requirement Very high Quite high Main devices for research Paper, pencil and computer Laboratory, all kinds of expensive equipment and toxic reagents Period of research achievement Quite long (1-20 years) Relatively short (1-3 years) impact on human life Can be overturning Quite limited and more cumulative Subjects may be impacted by the development of this subject Engineering, astronomy, energy, chemistry, biology, mathematics, electronic, philosophy, military, materials, etc. Materials, biology, pharmacy, agricultural, etc. Salary Quite high Relatively low (except for chemical engineering)

Impact and prospect of physics and chemistry

The impact and prospect of physics much more outweighs chemistry (no matter which branches). A great physics theory or equation like law of universal gravitation or E=mc2 can overturn the life of human being, while the effect of chemistry is much more limited. For example, the most outstanding chemical achievement humankind ever made is the low-cost and large-scale industrial preparation of ammonia, but this is also the only one achievement exerted by chemistry that can overturn the lifestyle of human being——they did not have to worry about food production any more.

Besides, the prospect of physics is much brighter than chemistry. To prove this point, you imagine both physics and chemistry had developed to their ultimate stage. As for physics, all of the laws, equations, rules, and particles that can be found would had been found. We would be able to freely utilize nuclear energy and even other undiscovered energy form. Due to the huge energy released from nuclear fusion, human being would never worry about depletion of energy. What is more, humankind would have own the ability to travel across the stars and even galaxies. They can colonize other planets and exploit the resource like metals there. To put the hypothesis to the farthest, if the universe is bound to collapse or permanently expand, the only way that may save human being is to develop physics and try to find the key leading to higher dimension space or another universe.

In comparison, if chemistry developed to its ultimate stage, human beings might be able to synthesize any substance they want, and they might be able to synthesize whatever medicine people desire. Nobody would be bothered by disease and everyone would live as long as 200 years old. So what? People are still to die. The development of chemistry (or biology) would just slightly prolong the value. Even if humankind gain immortality, they are still under the risk of death by accident. People might also be able to use the best materials ever, or the best performance batteries, but nothing more. They will still be stick to the tiny earth even with the ultimately developed chemistry (or biology), and they are even fragile to an incident like the one happened 65 million years ago.

In other word, if physics develop to its ultimate stage, the humankind’s life will be totally different. They would lead a so science-fiction-like life that it will even be beyond the best science fiction writer’s imagination. However, if chemistry develop to its ultimate stage, the humankind’s life will not experience that exciting transformation, and, negatively speaking, will be quite normal compared with today’s life.

Why physics and why not chemistry

I prepared for eight month, planning to transfer to a US college so that I can change my major and study theoretical physics. Why theoretical physics? I have explained above. Besides strong interests in this lovely, sophisticated, and intellectually challenging subject, I also admire the great impact and bright future that physics owns. I dream that one day my theory will change the world. And also I do not want to waste my time in chemistry which is more trivial, limited in impact and less promising. Also, theoretical physics is more intellectually challenging, which will bring me more happiness when I study it.

Differences between organic chemistry and other chemistry branches

Since this is an organic chemistry course paper, I shall talk more about organic chemistry. The biggest difference between organic chemistry and other chemistry branches is that organic chemistry is well organized. That is, the regularity of organic chemistry is quite strong that most of the learners are able to find the regularity and utilize it. For example, one can always expect the Grignard reaction to be an organometallic chemical reaction in which alkyl, vinyl, or aryl-magnesium halides (Grignard reagents) add to a carbonyl group in an aldehyde or ketone. And in many situation he can utilize this rule to predict products of a reaction. This characteristic, which makes organic chemistry to be easier to learn, is less remarkable in other chemistry branches, no matter inorganic chemistry, analytical chemistry or physical chemistry.

The second biggest difference is that organic chemistry is much more fragmentary than other chemistry branches. Since the sorts of substances in organic chemistry are many more, the points that students should memorize remarkably increase. This characteristic weakens the advantages brought by its regularity and makes organic chemistry more like a “philatelic science”: we are always memorizing all kinds of reactions feathered by all kinds of reagents, and it is just like collecting stamps.