"Well, Sir, as you already know most scientists that might privately agree with some points in stated in the Bell Curve are too chicken to come out and defend such points do to the PC backlash that would be sure to come their way much like what happened to Crick. This guy got creamed by the system here. Lastly your reading skills seem lacking. I stated quite clearly that I am not a Neocon.You setup a straw man. You need to account for the dearth of blacks in the hard sciences and the dismal failure of black culture here in the states and around the world. People are beginning not to believe the old, tired excuses."
-Bell curve lover who claims he is not a neocon who obviously can't follow simple directions worth a damn and who thought this was a suitable response.
This is the response I received from the bell curve lover. As you can see,it was a pathetic response,plus he has a spelling problem and does not understand that the context in which he spelled the word "do" it should have been spelled "due".Sorry for the corrections, but it seems to me if you're advocating a form of white supremacy then you should ...umm well.... should be supreme on your sentence usage. But I will give him one more chance, please read below my response to his pathetic one.(note)There were some detractors for Watson(who is American btw) when he made that statement.Because the other scientists knew better then to just accept such a gratuitous statement with no evidence. Btw Crick was from Great Britain, you know that country which is filled with those evil capitalist hating socialists who we can't trust a word they say):)
More on the bell curve lie, go to these links:
It is you who cannot read. I asked you very pointedly to NOT give me some rightwing rag(parapundit). It seems you can not follow simple instructions.Let me be clear on this.Your red herring went nowhere. The original question still stands.
I will not let you sneak out of it.Because you know what I know about the bell curve that the science is unconvincing. You need that book to feel superior. But to hear you talk its some great "conspiracy" of the scientific world.....Riiiight! I do not have to account for the dearth of anything or anyone. You're making these claims,the burden of proof is on the claimant...do you understand me! I am familiar with Crick's statement backing up Watson(whom you did not mention)Although as a man of science I do respect their work in their respective fields of DNA and what they have accomplished,lets us remember they were not the real pioneers of DNA. Look up the name of "Rosalind Franklin". But I digress,Also it is important to note that both Crick and Watson although great scientists in their own right were not versed in the disciplines of psychology,sociology,evolutionary biology. Watson has also made interesting comments about women and aborting homosexual fetuses.He regularly made heated statements as such. So I am not shocked that you brought up Cricks statements(which you did not go into detail about)supporting Watson's comments about the African nation that shocked the the world and scientific community. I do not think these men were racist.Unlike other bell curve supporters and people who try to spin it that way. But he later explained it here:::Watson told the Associated Press:
"I cannot understand how I could have said what I am quoted as having said. To all those who have drawn the inference from my words that Africa, as a continent, is somehow genetically inferior, I can only apologize unreservedly. That is not what I meant. More importantly from my point of view, there is no scientific basis for such a belief." So my challenge still stands..either pony up or shut up and quit wasting my time with stupid racist postings.So I will ask you one last time show me proof or NOT!