People well-informed in phil. psy, (and/or...) perception, grammar, theory of propositions, study of Obj.'s place in the history of phil, developing inventions/protecting/licensing... People who analyze/discuss works of art. People able to discuss problems in Obj. epistemology from a "loyalist " position. People interested in issues of psychological maturity and growth. Prime numbers, divisibility tests, number theory. People who compose music or write poetry. Also, analysis of story, theme, etc.
I am a mature, married woman with one child. Studied psychology and philosophy, a little AI. Have considered myself an Objectivist for all my adult life. My particular phil. interests are Mind-Body, Epistemology, Cognition, Philosophy of Psychology, cognitive theory of grammar, and Natural Language Comprehension.
I imagine that there was something cut off. Something about "Ie, which seems to suggest that actually these properties are apparently not objective but dependent on the relative position / speed of the observer"..