- What to do with fragments?
- Is mental illness a “social construct?”
- Even OMSI is Afrocentric now
- Update on Michael Strickland
- MSN lying by omission?
- My apologies for not posting
- Confusion in the West Bank
- For Aryeh
- Anti-body-shaming or Sharia?
- Hug a white man t-shirt
- A review of Hive Mind – by Garett Jones
- Muhammad Ali
- Those evil (white) gun-owners
- MSN calls Islam “a cult”
- An overview of the 2016 Amren conference
Category Archives: nurture vs. nature and I.Q.
Those familiar with Human Biodiversity (HBD) are aware of the ubiquitous hierarchy of races Asian-white-Hispanic/Mideastern-black. Average IQ, propensity for violence, time-orientation, muscle-mass, bone-density, and several other traits follow this pattern. So it shouldn’t be surprising that a study of dementia … Continue reading
You can’t send firearms via U.S. mail, and you shouldn’t try to transport explosives with your carry-on luggage on a commercial flight. But it is possible to transport the components, and then assemble them later. In the same way, some … Continue reading
Why do we refuse to recognize the obvious and how do popularity and gender fit into this? Robert Jinman does a great job tying it all together. Highly recommended: Social Bias Within The Academic and Political Establishment
Latte Island has a series of posts about ongoing clashes between transgender activists and lesbian activists. There’s even a video showing a confrontation between the groups during a march. In the video, lesbian activist Cathy Brennan can be heard telling … Continue reading
If you’re not the sharpest knife in the drawer and you’re a white male, then you’re just a “dumb person” with few rights or privileges. But if you’re also a “minority” or female, then this works to your advantage. “Affirmative … Continue reading
Time Magazine recently had an article about a study dealing with the favoritism many parents display toward one of their children: One oft-cited study showed that about 70% of fathers and 65% of mothers exhibit a preference for one child … Continue reading
Perhaps you shouldn’t; there is always somebody worse off than you – like this guy, who chose to skip the office mega-pool lottery purchase. In hindsight, perhaps he should have bought that ticket: A hapless state information-technology worker who usually … Continue reading