Re: BELL CURVE CRITIC EXPOSED?
Hugh LaMaster (firstname.lastname@example.org)
30 Jan 1995 17:18:40 GMT
In article <email@example.com>,
|> firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Andrew Turton) wrote:
|> > But we're not talking about "members of a set" Ken, we're talking
|> > about *people*.
|> There's really no point in debating someone who comes out with
|> nonsense like the above.
I haven't read every single one of the posts in this thread, but
I have seen enough postings along the lines of "It is easy to
classify people by race" to make me wonder how many people have
really looked into this question from the scientific side.
Let's start simple. What is your scheme to classify people by race?
Just to start with: make sure it accounts for blood proteins.
This had been much studied and the data are available many places.
It should be easy, right? ;-)
Hugh LaMaster, M/S 233-9, UUCP: ames!lamaster
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