|Reviews for Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality|
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| highlanderofnephia chapter 30 . 9/25
Not sure if you read these anymore. But I live 40 minutes away from Robbers Cave. Infact I have stayed at that exact camp used.
| adityapreetam.nemana chapter 30 . 9/20
The story's good, I swear, but the moment Granger wins it's done for me.
| adityapreetam.nemana chapter 2 . 9/20
It might be stupid, but I imagined a flaming Blackjack - from PJO, in case you didn't know, which I don't think so - transformed into a zebra and begin flaming, saying, "Let's go, boss! We have a nation to terrorize!"
| flys36 chapter 1 . 9/18
I'm just starting to read this, and the reason I chose this story is because it has the highest favorites and follows I've ever seen on this site!
| gbuglyo80 chapter 25 . 9/17
A sound and impressive concept, especially considering that the author did not receive any formal education in genetics. The presence of an Atlantean marker sequence inherited in a Mendelian pattern is a very interesting and original idea, but it does not explain individual variation of magical aptitude (e.g., compare Dumbledore to Neville).
The part where Harry rules out the possibility of a polygenic background determining magical aptitude seems to be wrong. Rather than considering the presence or absence of a set of genes (as part of a complex adaptation), what really matters for most human traits is the presence of sequence variants within established genomic (coding and even non-coding) sequences, resulting in some of our proteins functioning only slightly differently in various individuals.
In fact, there are many human traits that have a polygenic/multifactorial background and still exert a binary effect on the phenotype (either expressed or not). These are called threshold traits, and the background genetic variation comes from QTLs: quantitative trait loci. In other words, the magical affinity of the human brain (or its attunement to a mystical source of energy such as magic in the Potterverse) can be imagined as a quantitative trait showing Gaussian distribution in human populations. We also need to set a threshold over which an individual is capable of using such power - i.e., someone being a wizard or a witch is a threshold trait, but this does not mean that all such individuals have the same level of power.
| avigor chapter 64 . 9/12
That Matrix one makes me want to see a rationalist in Mage: The Awakening, possibly as a Mastigos where they can learn that objective distance is a Lie lol (and I'd bet they'd study all the different Path perspectives and achieve CHIM).
| Caro chapter 5 . 9/10
I rarely ever comment on fics - unless I have a lot of free time AND am not feeling lazy AND there's something unique and worth commenting. But this chapter was SOOO SOOO GOOOD that I couldn't resist. Oh wow! By Merlin's ******, this is spectacular!
I cracked up real bad when Draco saw his father. And then you - you, cruel author with no regard for my stomach which hurts from laughter - you decide to have Harry mock-grovel under Malfoy FOLLOWED BY MALFOY DOING THE SAME TO MCGONAGALL!
I this fic weren't already tagged 'complete', I'd bribe you with my whole bank account to finish it.
| Knightfall101 chapter 2 . 9/7
That ending was hilarious!
| mangouschase chapter 74 . 9/5
oh god she believed it lmao (dying in a good way rn)
| mangouschase chapter 71 . 9/5
oh god lol
| wolfblue chapter 79 . 9/4
My favorite character is Fred or George, but I'm not sure which one
| wolfblue chapter 75 . 9/4
Quirrell is a very convincing good guy. If it weren't so obvious that he was evil I would really think that was not a villain. This scene was a good example: all of the 'good' professors (including Snape) are plotting to resolve the tension immediately by letting Hermione take a short detention, but Quirrell, who wants to provoke a larger scale disaster, takes the apparent high road by giving out points to negate the message that the consequences were meant to send.
| Stej chapter 16 . 9/2
What was the one obvious choice? I dont get it
| Gabrienn chapter 11 . 9/1
I love the Omake Files on chapter 11