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Thank god for the Chinese.


When the White Europeans are gone, there will be an intelligent race than can take on the Cultural marxists

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(youtube comment):


Oh brother this guy is a quack. I was listed with a 145 IQ in 9th grade. IQ is a relation of many things. Frankly it should be something dispatched.

Once this man said he is trying to prove god I realized he isn't very smart. He has very little background in higher level skills to enhance his IQ so I ask where did this IQ number come from? Being a farm hand or construction laborer all his life he learned what?

I'm not begrudging the work he did but to claim a genius and do absolutely nothing with it... sounds awfully dumb to me. All he is doing is regurgitating what quantum physicists wrote. He isn't contributing just trying to use others work to prove god exists.



Lol, and idiot with 145 in IQ :)

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How about IQ in comparing women to men?


I have always heard that the Bell Curve for men and women has the same mid-point but a different range.


THat is, there are more male geniuses, and also more male morons


I wonder if that is true across all races.

(There are approximately as many active females in mensa hong kong, as there are active males)

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OUTLIERS? It depends on whose game is being played, I suppose


Bill Gates loses at chess: Magnus Carlsen beats Gates in 71 seconds


Published on Jan 24, 2014

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Reigning chess world champion Magnus Carlsen has beaten Bill Gates in a 71-second-long chess game. Dubbed the "Justin Bieber of chess", the Norweigan 22-year-old easily won the game against the Microsoft founder turned philanthropist on chat show, Skavlan. Carlsen, whose boyish good looks have earned him lucrative sponsorships and a modelling contract became chess world champion in November last year when he defeated defending champion Viswanathan Anand of India


(before he won the title)

Charlie Rose Magnus Carlsen

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The Monty Hall problem
Main article: Monty Hall problem

Savant was asked the following question in her September 9, 1990 column:

Suppose you’re on a game show, and you’re given the choice of three doors. Behind one door is a car, behind the others, goats. You pick a door, say #1, and the host, who knows what’s behind the doors, opens another door, say #3, which has a goat. He says to you, “Do you want to pick door #2?” Is it to your advantage to switch your choice of doors?

— Craig F. Whitaker Columbia, Maryland, [24]

This question is called the Monty Hall problem due to its resembling scenarios on the game show Let's Make a Deal; its answer existed before it was used in “Ask Marilyn”. She said the selection should be switched to door #2 because it has a 2/3 chance of success, while door #1 has just 1/3. To summarize, 2/3 of the time the opened door #3 will indicate the location of the door with the car (the door you had not picked and the one not opened by the host). Only 1/3 of the time will the opened door #3 mislead you into changing from the winning door to a losing door. These probabilities assume you change your choice each time door #3 is opened, and that the host always opens a door with a goat. This response provoked letters from thousands of readers, nearly all arguing doors #1 and #2 each have an equal chance of success. A follow-up column reaffirming her position served only to intensify the debate and soon became a feature article on the front page of The New York Times. Parade received around 10,000 letters from readers who thought her wrong.[25]


> MORE: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marilyn_vos_Savant

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It is hard to have an honest debate, when you cannot mention a relevant and important issues


(like IQ and discipline)


Bill O'Reilly and Megyn Kelly Argue About 'White Privilege'

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The Universities want diversity, but only on the left

Race, Genetics and Intelligence | Helmuth Nyborg and Stefan Molyneux


Published on Apr 17, 2016

MP3: http://www.fdrpodcasts.com/#/3262/rac...

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#GamerGate: Vox Day Says Some Races Smarter Than Others, Gay is a Birth Defect


Published on Apr 24, 2015

--David is joined by Vox Day, Lead Editor of Castalia House, professional game designer who supports #GamerGate, and a 2015 Huge Award finalist in the Best Editor Category.

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Are Asians Smarter?

There’s a lot of talk in Western countries about the success of Asian students in schools and universities. This debate extends beyond mere culture to incorporate the idea of human intelligence. The question then becomes, are Asians simply smarter? Asians do tend to score slightly higher than Caucasians in IQ tests, and significantly higher than…



It depends on what you mean by Asians. Han Chinese, Koreans and Japanese - yes - they are basically the same stock and cold selection gave them high intelligence, forward planning, cooperation, organisation. The same applies to "White" Take German/ North European stock and they evolved the same traits due to cold selection. Average German IQ is actually slightly higher than Han Chinese. Also, the distribution curve in Europeans is more extreme - Hardly any North East Asian Isaac Newton or Nikola Tesla outliers at all.

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Asian-Americans for affirmative action join Harvard suit


Published on Dec 21, 2016

One Harvard alumnus tells Tucker why he supports affirmative action but has filed papers to join a lawsuit challenging the Ivy League school's race conscious, holistic admissions policy #Tucker

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Country by Country IQ scores:



Country IQ

1 hk@2x.png Hong Kong 108

1 sg@2x.png Singapore 108

2 kr@2x.png South Korea 106

3 jp@2x.png Japan 105

3 cn@2x.png China 105

4 tw@2x.png Taiwan 104

5 it@2x.png Italy 102

6 is@2x.png Iceland 101

6 mn@2x.png Mongolia 101

6 ch@2x.png Switzerland 101

7 at@2x.png Austria 100

7 lu@2x.png Luxembourg 100

7 nl@2x.png Netherlands 100

7 no@2x.png Norway 100

7 gb@2x.png United Kingdom 100



All the rest average BELOW 100, such as:





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