Clearly.

You'd even have outliers with a 'squished' distribution. The only time you don't is with an sd of 0, then all your values are the same, and that's just an infinite line upwards. But none of this is relevant.

My point was that if you moved the distribution a few deviations to the right, the average person would be a super genius, and that it's hard to imagine what such a world would look like. It's no small change. The calculation was merely to illustrate that point.

Perhaps it's clearer if I say that 95% of the population will have an IQ between 131 and 189? (Rounded.) So yes, "everyone" would be a genius.