Toasting James Watson, who discovered the structure of DNA, for his 90th birthday is an outrageous heresy

Toasting James Watson, who discovered the structure of DNA, for his 90th birthday is an outrageous heresy

This is easily one of the most disturbing (cultural) things I have read recently and really speaks to how fast things seem to be accelerating towards oblivion. If you don’t know, James Watson, with Francis Crick, discovered the structure of the DNA molecule back in 1953. It would be difficult…

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Live interview: Smart and SeXy with Roderick Kaine and Davis Aurini

Live interview: Smart and SeXy with Roderick Kaine and Davis Aurini

Live interview with Davis Aurini on Thursday 10/12/17 starts in about 20 minutes as of this post.

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Calvin Cycle 2.0

Calvin Cycle 2.0

An article recently came out about a a team which used a series of enzymes in a test tube to do something similar to what plants do in carbon fixation. However, the process is not entirely the same in that it uses different enzymes from a variety of sources, including…

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Differences in complex social behaviors can have purely genetic causes even within the same species

Differences in complex social behaviors can have purely genetic causes even within the same species

An article came out about cooperation between an African tribe and a type of bird called the honeyguide. The bird spots bee hives and guides the human to it, the human knocks it down, breaks it open and shares it with the bird. The tribesman and birds communicate via a…

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Cathedral Censorship in Action: Colin Flaherty banned from Youtube

This will be a short post. I just want to draw attention to yet another example of people not following the “right” narrative being bullied, badgered, pressured and purged. Part of the “acceptable” narrative is that all races (and genders) are equal in every conceivable way. Not just in terms…

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Wikipedia in Action on Race

Wikipedia in Action on Race

I like to refer to Lewontin’s fallacy frequently when debating people who deny the biological basis of race. Wikipedia, while clearly not perfect, did have a reasonable article (at least for quick referral of lay-people) on the paper written by W.F. Edwards which coined “Lewontin’s fallacy.”(1) A brief overview is…

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What Is Biotemperance?

What Is Biotemperance?

Discussing different human groups, whether male vs. female or different races, can often lead to great frustration because there are┬ábad things that are also very true about many groups. On the one hand, some people find it very impolite (and it is, let’s be honest) and would prefer a very…

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What is a leftoid?

What is a leftoid?

According to urban dictionary a Leftoid is: This is a derogatory term for left leaning people who have naive, unrealistic, and overly optimistic views about how the world works based on what they would like to be true rather than what is actually true in reality. How the leftoid would…

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