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Archive | Science and Genetics
A review of David Lyyken's "The Antisocial Personalities."
What the future holds for our species.
A look at the environment vs. heredity debate.
The premise is that half of attraction is based on DNA.
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.
To be banned: “hate speech” and “false content.”
Critical review of a book on the current state of the scientific study of race.
Students reject science in favor of an "a priori moral commitment to equality, anti-racism, and anti-sexism."
What testosterone does to men and women.
An Israeli view.
James Flynn: "The IQ gains of the 20th century have faltered."
Race differences not studied.
What can be done?
An evolutionary view.
The baby appears to be of a different race.
What cloning and beyond could mean for our species.
Evidence suggests that the builders’ ancestors came from Anatolia.
Genetically modified monkeys do better on memory tests.
Race realism appears to raise no hackles.
50,000-year-old population may have been less than four feet tall and had ape-like features.
Large study finds a 0.275 correlation between brain volume and general intelligence.
Study is the first to find sex differences in the brain start in the womb.
A look at Robert Wright's "The Moral Animal: Evolutionary Psychology and Everyday Life."
Because races are different.
When science contradicts liberal dogma, the scientists must be punished.
RIP to Guillaume Faye, who first introduced himself to American Renaissance readers at our 2006 conference.
There’s an almost perfect genetic overlap between IQ and surface area in the receptive language center of the brain.
Rabbinical courts are asking some immigrants to take DNA tests to prove their Jewish heritage.
The overall heritability of self-discipline is 60 percent.
Alterations could enhance memory and cognition.
Ethnicity Does Not Determine Health Risks—And Doctors Who Say So Are Just Fueling ‘Racial Prejudice’
Because race doesn’t really exist.
Treatment works better on blacks than whites.
She called herself American Indian on her bar registration card.
Some of the offending gene variants are unique to the Japanese.
Cherokees say the use of DNA to prove you’re an Indian is “inappropriate and wrong.”
A look at Roger Pearson's "Heredity and Humanity."
Polygenic Scores Mediate the Jewish Phenotypic Advantage in Educational Attainment and Cognitive Ability Compared with Catholics and Lutherans
Jews' higher intelligence is at least partly explained by genes.
They think tanning injections made them African now.
Paleogenomics is upending archaeology and rewriting the origins of peoples.
Massive study determines the effects of genes and environment in 560 common conditions.
Nobel laureates are really smart people.
Yet another Nobel Laureate who saw the truth.
Not even the world’s most famous scientist is allowed to speak the truth.
He again let slip the truth about race and intelligence.
The Washington Post shamelessly distorts scientific findings.
"If we only study Alzheimer's in Caucasians, we'll only learn about Alzheimer's in Caucasians."
Blondes Have More Complex DNA, with More than Three Times the Number of Genetic Variants than Brunettes or Redheads
Finding may help explain why blonde hair is so rare.
More powerful evidence for the strength of genes over environment.
He reaffirms his belief in race differences in intelligence.
He was admired by journalists, but not by scientists.
African Biogeographical Ancestry, Atopic and Non‐Atopic Asthma and Atopy: A Study in Latin American Children
Greater African ancestry is associated with asthma symptoms in certain cases.
A landmark study of a growing problem.
Elizabeth Warren’s big mistake was to give “validity to the idea that race is determined by blood.”
Researchers controlled for "genetic ancestry."
Ancestors of modern people were present in North Africa at least 600,000 years earlier than previously believed.
Researcher says he made twin girls resistant to the AIDS virus.
Nearly anyone can be linked to one of the registered profiles online.
European and Amerindian birth canals are more oval than those of Asians and Africans.
The Atlantic discovers "stunning transmission of criminality from parents to kids."
The great scientist died six years ago today. His work is still invaluable.
"Pocahontas" takes a dive.
And why scientists are afraid of their own science.
In two or three years, 90 percent of white Americans will be identifiable.
Senator may be just 1/1024th Amerindian.
A frank look at the differences.
With enough money and “direct strategic action,” we’ll have plenty of black Nobel laureates.
Many environmental influences are really an expression of genetics.
"The IQ Controversy," by Mark Snyderman and Stanley Rothman.
Genes control most of academic success even after controlling for intelligence.
What we can expect as the national IQ drops.
A look at "Genes, Peoples, and Languages," by Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza.
How a determined minority can thwart science.
They "may be giving discredited old ideas about ethnicity and race new visibility."