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Archive | Eugenics and Dysgenics
And why has evolution been speeding up?
An estimated 20 million black babies have been aborted since 1973.
You know who else believed eugenics worked? Hitler!
UK: Downing Street Adviser Resigns Over Comments Talking Up Eugenics, Compulsory Birth Control and Drugging Children
He dared to say “Intelligence is largely inherited and it correlates with better outcomes."
Human evolution has gone into reverse.
The foundation that kept racial science alive.
It’s your duty to yourself and to society.
January was the last time he was seen in public.
How leftist conformity is destroying Sweden.
And not only for dogs and horses.
The famous economist worried about his race.
It may soon be possible to select traits for babies before they're born.
It's already been used to edit the genes that cause sickle cell anemia, cystic fibrosis, and Tay-Sachs disease.
Even if you don't care about genetics, genetics care about you.
A review of David Lyyken's "The Antisocial Personalities."
What the future holds for our species.
A look at the environment vs. heredity debate.
An analysis of our era’s most dangerous illusion: that genes have no effect on human behavior.
Acute observations on race, immigration, eugenics, and the future of the West.
Putin: “I agree we need migrants, but preferably well-educated Slavs of a fertile age.”
What can be done?
An evolutionary view.
What cloning and beyond could mean for our species.
A look at Robert Wright's "The Moral Animal: Evolutionary Psychology and Everyday Life."
When science contradicts liberal dogma, the scientists must be punished.
A look at Roger Pearson's Heredity and Humanity.
Yet another Nobel Laureate who saw the truth.
Happy birthday to Anthony Ludovici.
A landmark study of a growing problem.
On traditionalism, free markets, Christianity, and the European Union.
The most intelligent women in China are not having children.
They "may be giving discredited old ideas about ethnicity and race new visibility."
Liberals soon to whine about "gene privilege."
This could lead to more "white privilege."
Our views were dismissed as "hate."
But they'll get better with further research.
Garrett Hardin tackles questions most choose to ignore.
Polygenic scores might prove differences in IQ are due to genes, and some people don’t want to know.
Authors say it's because improvement in the quality of schooling has stopped.
“Race matters a lot more to most people than they're willing to admit.”
Title was "Let’s Break a Taboo, Part II."
A distinguished scientist cuts through the egalitarian fog.
The fertility industry is openly eugenic.
Will there be progress for our species?
Applying the laws of genetics.
Not all nations are afraid of eugenics.
This book, and its reception, mark an important intellectual breakthrough.
The full speeches are now available.
Ethicists worry about "designer babies."
The high-stakes race for a better future.
Leftist claims Charles Murray and Jared Taylor are the new eugenicists.
Churchill understood the threat to the West.
An essay on the dysgenic savagery of war.
They want children who are taller, smarter, and lighter skinned.
Punjabi-speakers abort girls so they can have boys.
Step father: "It can happen to the best parents."
How quickly could the racial gap have evolved?
Genotyping and dating services will soon become intertwined.
Study suggests "education genes" inversely correlated with fertility.
California sterilized 20,000 people.
Gains in IQ are starting to reverse in several countries.
Lothrop Stoddard and "The Rising Tide of Color."
A basic understanding of genetics and heritability is "dangerous."
And eugenics will be easier than ever.
Eight genes that predict IQ are related to lower fertility.
Two documentaries try to explain the Clintons.
Researcher finds direct evidence of dysgenic breeding.
Chinese will use gene-editing technique to treat previously incurable lung cancer.
From 2006 to 2014, rates for blacks and Hispanics fell about 50 percent.
Richard Lynn reflects on a career of discovery and controversy.
But they wouldn't be allowed to live more than 14 days.
Or it won't be foolproof, at least.
Some want a temporary ban on the technology.
Scientists from 20 countries are gathering to discuss gene editing.