Re: Brain size, IQLen Piotrowski (email@example.com)
Wed, 4 Sep 1996 13:47:47 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Gerold Firl) writes:
>I used that data because I happened to have it on hand.
>[snipped stuff repeated from previous off topic post]
>You're awfully quick to dispute things, lenny, even when you know
Duh, Firl, we're talking about modern humans!
>|> Double boggle!
>You sure boggle a lot.
I believe the implication was directed at another source, Firl.
>|> >Biological evolution moves much more gradually than
>|> No felt contradiction in this statement, Firl?
>None whatsoever, lenny. If the fossil record provides samples at
Well, duh-h ...
>You need to understand the difference in scale between a
da, duh-h ...
>(hominid species seem to show an approximate million year time
duh-h, *duh-h-h* ...
>Nothing much happens in a single generation, but over the course of a
.. and thus spake Firlmeister.
>Getting back to your claim that cranial capacity is not a hereditable
Mind posting your cranial capacity, Firl! Entertain us with that anomaly!
"If you can't remember what mnemonic means, you've got a problem."