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Here are two presentations from the London Conference on Intelligence in May. They are in what I would call the proper format, in that both the speaker and the slides are visible, and the sound is on throughout. Almost like being there. The conference is speakers only, so the audience is about 24 persons, hence if you watch these you will boost the numbers somewhat.
The first is by Vladimir Shibaev, on the intelligence of ethnic groups in the Russian Far East. It was a great pleasure to welcome Vladimir, and to convince the Russian authorities to provide a visa so that he could attend the conference. His presentation shows the variability of test scores for different groups, and he proposes various explanations for these differences.
The second is by the irrepressible Ed Dutton, talking about religious belief and mutational load. Mutants don’t believe in god. Needless to say, he was trained in theology. Those of fundamentalist beliefs should be warned that if they watch this they may be educated.Be cautious about recommending this to religious friends.
Both movies are only 20 mins in total. Provide your own popcorn.