Some may claim that IQ is totally not heritable, but most people accept that there is at least some genetic component to intelligence.I don’t know of many people making the argument that intelligence is 100% environmental.The Bell Curve wasn’t nearly as racist as people made it out–the race thing was only a small part of the book–but it was a turning point for the resurgence of the movement.Years later, I first saw the term “Human Biodiversity” years ago when I read Steve Sailer’s “Is Love Colorblind“–which pushed a common theory on why there are more AF/WM and WF/BM couples than WF/AM and BF/WM couples.Some of them were among “…the greatest thinkers of the Enlightenment.Hume, Voltire, Montesquieu, Kant, and Hegel were among the many who entertained racist views, although these did not make up the main part of their philosophy.” (p.62-63) Gobineau was the writer who most accurately expressed European racism with his book “The Inequality of Human Races.” From there we see that many intellectuals of that age began measuring heads and doing other “scientific” things to rate the races.
“Scientific” Racism, I thought it might be good for me to say my final word–much as I did with the Pick Up Artist debate.
It’s like, “Dude, that’s so 1800’s.” Actually there is a difference between in the 1800’s and now, but we’ll get to that later.
Racism started in Europe, and actually began within the realm of science.
But even if it were possible…few people think that the results would be equal.
If I compared population heights, vertical jumps, IQ, bowling scores, head sizes, or whatever, it’s highly unlikely that I’d get the Well…hardly anyone is arguing with that.
In a multicultural society, these two groups of individuals will come together, far more often than an Asian male with a white female. Hell, there’s not much he can do against a beta Jew (BTW,this is not me, I’m 6-1 and athletic).