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"Philosophers of Science" and Race/IQ

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“Philosophers of Science” attempt to stick their heads into the race/IQ debate to give their field more credence than it should get with the hard sciences. 1,526 more words

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A very fair and justified criticism of Mufti Menk by Ustadh Abu Taymiyyah in a balanced manner, showing the errors without going to extremes in criticism.


Ethnic Genetic Interests and Group Selection Does Exist: A Reply to JayMan

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JayMan has said that ““Ethnic Genetic Interests” Do Not Exist (Neither Does Group Selection)“. It’s clear from what he says towards the end that he has some sort of bias to attempt to disprove Ethnic Genetic Interests and Group Selection. 6,393 more words

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Strong Evidence, Strong Argument: Race IQ and Adoption

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Commenter Salger brought this article to my attention, Weak Evidence, Weak Argument: Race, IQ, Adoption in which an environmentalist in the B-W IQ debate regurgitates the same old and boring long-refuted studies and the same long-refuted researchers, to attempt to prove that the gap in IQ is purely environmental in nature. 2,436 more words

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Wednesday Wisdom - Thinking Words, #12, 2016

“Silence is one of the hardest arguments to refute.”

Josh Billings

These words from the 19th Century American humourist say it right.  I like also his statement that, “The best way to convince a fool that he is wrong is to let him have his way.”  Like silence, tacit permission of an act carried out without intelligence shall always turn out as an apt product of its creator. 36 more words