Re: Race, intelligence, and anti-racist prejudice (Was: Genetic Evolution)
Warren Sarle (email@example.com)
Thu, 23 Feb 1995 03:11:36 GMT
In article <octaviaD4C4un.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com (Kaa Byington) writes:
|> as the Newsweek article points out, if you pick two "blacks" at random and
|> test their DNA, you will probably find that their genes have less in
|> common that do the genes of one of them with that of a random "white"
That is mathematically impossible. The statement that within-group
variation is greater than between-group variation means that the
average difference between two individuals from the same group is
greater than the average difference between group _means_, not
between individuals from different groups.
Warren S. Sarle SAS Institute Inc. The opinions expressed here
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