Category Archives: HBD

W.E.B. Dubois: Race Realist

W.E.B. Dubois’  “The Conservation of Races” is an essay the Left usually avoids dealing with. Why? Because it contains passages like this: “The history of the world is the history, not of individuals, but of groups, not of nations, but … Continue reading

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How Men and Women Define Success

Psychologist Susan Pinker believes there are hard-wired differences in how men and women (on average) perceive happiness and success at work (“His Standards or Hers? How Men and Women Define Success”). When I was in Amsterdam in 2008 to talk … Continue reading

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Low-Trust Societies in Latin America

As KMac notes, such is life in a low-trust society: One in three people using public services in Latin America and the Caribbean report having to pay a bribe over the last year, according to a survey. A report by Transparency International found … Continue reading

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The Five Laws of Behavioral Genetics

Jayman’s five laws of behavioral genetics bear repeating to normies: All human behavioral traits are heritable The effect of being raised in the same family is smaller than the effect of the genes. A substantial portion of the variation in … Continue reading

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Google: SJWs vs. HBD

Gizmodo reports on a viral “Anti Diversity Screed” that is circulating at Google. The writer of the ‘screed’ politely points out some HBD and various cultural factors that may account for the male/female employee-count gap at Google (instead of simply … Continue reading

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Genetic Similarity Theory: Philanthropy

From “Ethnic Genetic Interests and Group Selection Does Exist: A Reply to JayMan” by RaceRealist: In any case, you can look at where rich nonwhites send their donation dollars, be it the fitness benefit gained by JayZ when he donates to … Continue reading

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Right All Along

From “Why I Write about Race and IQ” by Robert Verbruggen: In A Dream Deferred, Shelby Steele wrote that it would have “far-right and, I have to say, even fascistic ideological implications” if genes contributed to the black–white IQ gap. … Continue reading

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Busting Myths of “Busting Myths of Origin”

It is shocking that an article this logically flawed is published in Science. It’s opening and closing paragraphs are political, seeking to normalize the phenomenon of Syrian migrants into Western Europe. The opening: When the first busloads of migrants from … Continue reading

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The First 52 Genes Identified

AFP (via Yahoo News) reports on a new study establishing an initial confluence of genes correlated with IQ: Paris (AFP) – Scientists on Monday announced the discovery of 52 genes linked to human intelligence, 40 of which have been identified … Continue reading

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“Is the Bell Curve Scientific Racism?”

Paste magazine (?) has a piece which asks “Is The Bell Curve Scientific Racism?”: Scientific American revisited The Bell Curve last month in the wake of Murray’s recent return to the spotlight. Although data shows an average lower IQ in Black people than … Continue reading

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