Thursday, November 23, 2017

Fun with IQ: Deep Thought

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Once upon a time in America the ruling  dwarves, mostly psychologists, sociologists, academics, and suchlike riffraff,  held that all people were equal in everything, that men and women were identical, as were all races, ethnic groups, and cultures. Criticizing any of this could, and did, lead to firing, ostracism, and having to suffer crowds of mental defectives waving placards.

Resistance arose, the resisters calling themselves Race Realists or adherents of the Human-Biodiversity movement, HBD. These were brave people who tried to deal in observation, measurement, and reality–at first. They noticed that groups who were supposed to be equal weren’t.  Actually, most people had probably noticed the same things, these being obvious, but the Race Realists actually said so. A great wrath fell upon them.

Two things happened.

8 comments:

  1. It's coming, like it or not.
    https://theeveningchronicle.blogspot.com/2017/11/martial-law-or-frontier-justice-choice.html?m=0

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    1. Yup.https://freenorthcarolina.blogspot.com/2017/11/martial-law-or-frontier-justice-choice.html

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  2. Some detractors will make light of this, because it refers to a religious belief, but there's a logical explanation for why the current IQ of Mezo-American Indians (i.e., Mexican Indians) is 83, while their ancestors developed mathematics, a calendar, and writing.

    According to the "BOOK OF MORMON" (i.e., another testament of Jesus Christ), ancient America was settled by at least three or more migrations, first from the Tower of Babel, and later from Israel, at the time of the Babylonian captivity.
    These early settlers prospered, but split into different warring groups, eventually resulting in the annihilation of the followers of Jesus Christ, which was the group that had the superior intelligence.

    This is why modern Mezo-American Indians cannot explain how the temples and cities in the jungles of Central and South America were engineered and constructed, nor can they duplicate the cement that was used.

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  3. Actually I think Fred is a bit off base on this. He places to much emphasis on "mean" IQ. This ignores the outliers on the bell curve. Who would reasonably compare some ghetto boy who can't grasp long division and Dr. Ben Carson. Same for Whites and Blacks and Asians.

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  4. It is not uncommon for a young child to soak up facts and do very well on tests. They want to please and they are like an empty vessel yearning to be filled with knowledge. I wish the young lady well but likely her life will be no more significant than the 98% of us and quite possibly worse given drugs and other impediments. Most geniuses do nothing special or meaningful with their lives. Most rich and/or successful people got their through hard work and good choices and not genius.

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    1. It is not uncommon for a young child to soak up facts and do very well on tests. They want to please and they are like an empty vessel yearning to be filled with knowledge.

      True but obviously this child was gifted from the start.

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