New material added 6/12/15. See below! Yes, I know several of these deserve to be collected in their own posts. But, as I'm on a schedule with posting, and as these are much too good to miss, I will collect them here, at least for now. NEW (6/12/15) On religion and culture NEW On modern... Read More
This page will be a simple collection of some of my best recent tweets. It'll be for my own reference as well as yours. I'll keep it updated as I put out some good tweets. Keep tuned.
This is a page that will collect my key posts in my series on the American Nations, that is the various ethno-culturo-political regions that make up North America. The U.S. and Canada (and to some extent, Mexico and the Caribbean) are divided according to these broad cultural zones formed by colonial settlement and shaped by... Read More
I'm starting this page to serve as a central repository of significant concrete facts about obesity. I'm making this a page because I anticipate frequently updating it as necessary. There will be no speculative musings or inferences based on partial evidence, everything here will be solid facts as per the research. Most people who comment... Read More
I've started this page as a place for open discussion. If you have a question, a request, or something that you want to bring to my attention, and it doesn't fit anywhere else (or you want somewhere current), put it here. I can't guarantee you'll get fast service from me. I'm having a hard time... Read More
This page was made in anticipation of the release of Nicholas Wade's book A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race and Human History and of the firestorm that ensued. It's here to address the basic misconceptions that circulate on these topics and to serve as a gentle introduction to this matter for novices. I'm doing this in... Read More
I've been meaning to put this page together for some time. Every once in a while, we are faced with the task of explaining (or defending) the fundamentals of Human BioDiversity (HBD), such as genetic inheritance, the reality and significance of IQ, the reality of biological sex and race differences. I often found myself digging... Read More
Hi, welcome to my blog. I am an ever-curious observer of the world, with a passion for understanding the universe in which we inhabit. I am particularly interested in humans and human nature, understanding human similarities and as well human differences. As you can see from the national emblems above, I am a second generation... Read More