Category Archives: Race science

The Killers of Science Have Blood on their Hands

“Science” has been compromised by Cultural Marxism – to the point where we can no longer trust our scientists when the issue relates to race in any way. Unfortunately, almost all issues can now be connected with race. Even the … Continue reading

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Taking Time-Preference to New Levels

By now, most of y’all have read about the woman who fired at Burger King employees because they were taking too long to provide her food. I can sympathize with her; it’s frustrating when employees seem to place little value … Continue reading

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An Unwelcome Revival of Race Science

Somebody on Quora linked to a Guardian article from 2018 called “An Unwelcome Revival of Race Science” by Gavin Evans. Here is my rebuttal: I took the time to read your linked article. It does nothing to actually address the … Continue reading

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Welcoming Nautilus to the fold

If you’re not familiar with the Nautilus science website, here’s some information from Wikipedia: Nautilus is an online and print science magazine that “combines the sciences, culture and philosophy into a single story.”[1] It publishes one “issue” on a selected … Continue reading

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The “Chedder Man” hype

A ten thousand year old Briton, whose remains were discovered over a century ago, has yielded some of his secrets – courtesy of modern DNA analysis. According to The Daily Mail: The first ancient Britons had black skin, dark curly … Continue reading

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The Butterfly Effect and race

Here’s an interesting video that explains the Butterfly Effect: [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hp8wGQW-Y48&w=560&h=315] In essence, even the tiniest differences will cause large outcome disparities in complex systems. The weather is a prime example; each minute initial condition impacts others, feeds back upon … Continue reading

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Is mental illness a “social construct?”

If I wrote about every example of leftist stupidity I encountered, I’d have to spend all my time publishing new posts to this blog. I do have better things to do, but once in a while, I see one that’s … Continue reading

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Racial differences in eye problems

There is no equality in nature. When I was a kid, leftist hippies used to stress the point that humans are “part of nature.” These days, the Establishment Left embraces an implicit human exceptionalism; a belief that the normal rules … Continue reading

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Risk of dementia along racial/ethnic lines

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

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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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