RE: IQ and EQ Cannot Measure Intelligence
You forgot the other EQ
Encephalization quotient (EQ), or encephalization level, is a measure of relative brain size defined as the ratio between actual brain mass and predicted brain mass for an animal of a given size, which is hypothesized to be a rough estimate of the intelligence or cognition of the animal.
That aside, I find your argument to be less than convincing.
If something cannot be measured then it does not exist
Obviously some people are smarter than others.
We call that intelligence.
Obviously the tools for measuring it can be improved. What cannot?