Category Archives: nurture vs. nature and I.Q.

Discover’s HBD kit: Some assembly required

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

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Social Bias Within The Academic and Political Establishment

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

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The lesbian vs. transgender conflict

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

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Affirmative action for math-challenged women

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

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Playing favorites with kids

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

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Feeling sorry for yourself?

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

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Nature versus nurture and Jack LaLanne

The great fitness icon of the 20th century has departed this Earth at the ripe old age of 96.  My generation grew up with Jack LeLanne and, for a long time, his name was almost synonymous with fitness.  As if … Continue reading

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