Monthly Archives: March 2012

A Question of Bias, Indeed

Don’t expect an unbiased investigation of the question.

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Where are all the anti-Lewontins?

I see that Lewontin’s second fallacy hasn’t vanished: Finally, it is crucial to reemphasize that the amount of genetic variation between groups is very small compared to the 85 to 95 percent of variation found within human groups…The vast majority … Continue reading

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Articles not to write when you are defending a rather controversial hypothesis

The first priority for race realists should be to establish beyond reasoned debate that there is, in fact, at least a small genetically conditioned difference in g between races. Flynn and Dickens (2001) have generously provided an extravagant model by … Continue reading

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