And eugenics will be easier than ever.
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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.
Implants and IUDS work even on the feckless.
Company says pre-pregnancy tests could become as common as ultrasound.
Advanced techniques for improving our species.
Some fear the research will lead to eugenics.
Drug companies seek cures in the DNA of people with rare genetic mutations.
New gene-editing technique is "turning everything on its head."
Gene technology could be used to create "designer babies."
Leading science journals cited ethics in rejecting paper on editing human embryonic genes.
He tells whites to preserve themselves.
State of Tennessee has sterilized four criminals in the last five years.
Americans have the right to know their genetic profiles.
Americans don't think a baby's genes should be altered to increase intelligence.
A second woman would supply healthy mitochondrial DNA.
Developing countries will soon be emitting the most green-house gases.
Want a beautiful, intelligent, blue-eyed baby? Science could let you choose.
An excellent suggestion from the Left.
More possibilities for eugenics.
Prevents conception for one month.
Eugenics, the future of genetic research, and academic closemindedness.
The Flynn effect has probably been masking dysgenic trends.
IQ Scores Are Decreasing–and Some Experts Argue It’s Because Humans Have Reached Their Intellectual Peak
Dysgenics may be playing a role.
Critics say it calls to mind the "discredited pseudoscience called eugenics."
Prosecutor says sterilization "might be in the commonwealth's interest."
Blacks "targeted" in the US as well.
The testament of one of the last great WASPs.
Says this will "threaten our humanity."
We re-post a classic.
Says John Derbyshire.
There is a simple solution: Norplant.
The troublesome persistence of genes and race.
The method is already being used to screen for genetic diseases.
"If we ever do decide to genetically modify people, this is the tool to do it with."
This is not controversial in China.
What you can do to help.
He asks: “Are we prepared to select out the imperfect among us?”
Salon is surprised to meet a "well-manicured" white advocate.
Even after controlling for education.
"I know deep down in my heart he served his purpose here on earth," says Deleesha Taylor.
Website commenters offend Time.
Couple selected the best from 13 embryos.
Doctor says procedures saved taxpayers from future welfare burdens.
A study of the criminal brain.
Study author says it's due to the proliferation of less favorable genes.
Mush from a Hispanic.
Dispatch from the AR Conference.
The Chinese want to become smarter and healthier.
Blame is placed on gene mutations and food intake, but what of global demographics?
"They told us they were inoculations," an Ethiopian immigrant says.
A bold (truthful) look at how the West is being left behind.
Some immigrants to Israel say they've been given contraceptive shots without their approval.
How will the judge enforce his order?
The dysgenic effects of civilization.
A peculiar strategy given that non-whites are more likely to abort.
Also known as dysgenics.
A 1992 interview with Jared Taylor.
Official claims belie a harsh reality.
The Three Men Who Have Fathered 78 Children with 46 Different Women . . . And They’re Not Paying Child Support to Any of Them
In evolutionary terms this is called reproductive success.
The new eugenics: "ethics" comes first.
Genetic explanations breaking into the mainstream.
No historic preservation for William Shockley's historic laboratory.
Professor states "hate facts," student union calls for his resignation.
Will Americans take up a "liberal eugenics"?
Well . . . sort of.
Seattle conference to discuss some of the most critical issues of our time.
30 children by 11 different "baby mamas."