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Archive | Science and Genetics
Yes, the races are not equal in intelligence and genes are part of it.
Are there racial differences in these genes?
Hierarchy, group conflict, and Crocodile Dundee.
But not race realism.
What evolution says about race.
A review of Richard Lynn’s Memoirs of a Dissident Psychologist.
Intelligence-Associated Polygenic Scores Predict g, Independent of Ancestry, Parental Educational Levels, and Color
Genes that predict intelligence in whites also predict intelligence in blacks and Hispanics.
Could race realism beget communism?
Helps explain Covid’s disproportionate impact on blacks.
g-Men may yet win in overtime.
Remembering the work of Tatu Vanhanen, who died five years ago today.
More evidence that Arthur Jensen and J. Philippe Rushton were right.
Black professor comes out for free speech.
Explaining the gaps.
"Government and slave-owner practices had an enormous impact on African genetics."
"[T]hese differences are likely not primarily the result of environmental effects alone."
Sam Harris interviews Robert Plomin, author of “Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are.”
One of the most taboo topics AR covers.
Lefties are committed to ignorance.
I’m a Sociologist Who Got Canceled – and I Fear Charles Darwin Might Not Survive This Purge of Science & History
He understood too much about race and eugenics.
"The enterprise of science has been — and remains — complicit in systemic racism."
A career as a thought criminal.
Happy birthday to the great American racialist.
One in three women in Europe has it.
The years before his fateful meeting with Arthur Jensen.
Notes on fertility, feminism, and females.
Italy’s North South Genetic Divide Revealed: First-Ever Study Into Italians’ Genetic Diversity Reveals It Dates Back 19,000 Years
Genetic differences affect production of melanin and susceptibility to disease.
After half a century, gaps are "unwavering."
A conversation with Volkmar Weiss.
The men may be among the first to be "stolen from their homelands" and brought to the New World.
As she says, we live in a “crazy world.”
Cancer Mortality Among US Blacks: Variability Between African Americans, Afro-Caribbeans, and Africans.
African immigrants do the best; African-Americans, the worst.
"Racism" makes blacks sick.
Why they are inherent.
Blacks and whites are now diagnosed at almost identical rates.
"Interbreeding between species may harm the genetic adaptations already established for their local habitat environment."
An alternative to diversity.
Race is more than skin-deep.
Hispanic children still have the lowest rates.
Some patterns just can't be ignored.
And why has evolution been speeding up?
"Black people are not, in fact, immune to the coronavirus."
Why do they have such varied eye and hair color?
Could help explain why the Flynn Effect is lessening.
Throw the bums out.
"DNA ancestry tests can be problematic."
The key qualification for a reviewer? A closed mind.
Human evolution has gone into reverse.
And the revolution will start soon, says Charles Murray.
National Review's sensible review of Human Diversity.
The biology of sex, race, and class.
Blacks appear to be more sensitive than whites.
F. Roger Devlin on Richard Lynn's latest book.
Kevin MacDonald on European individualism.
Steve Sailer on Human Diversity.
Racial and Ethnic Differences in BRCA1/2 and Multigene Panel Testing Among Young Breast Cancer Patients
Cancer isn't colorblind.
But says "the rabbinate must formulate written rules on the issue within a year."
Poor whites appear to be healthier than poor non-whites.
What's the politically correct word for "pygmy?"
And the NYT's squeamishness about reporting it.
A layman's guide.
The foundation that kept racial science alive.
Rare example of blacks and Asians having something in common.
A racial taxonomy of Central Asia.
I speak from experience.
A superb breakdown by F. Roger Devlin.
Genealogy is not a social construct.
Remembering the best in us.
Chinese court says researcher "crossed the bottom line of ethics."
Some scientific facts are more equal than others.
Study wisely categorizes "Hispanics" into more precise sub-groups.
Perhaps as little as 3,400 years ago.