Tag Archives: evolution

The Descent of Scientific American

Fenster writes: There has been a dust-up over a Scientific American column about evolution and male-female behavioral differences.  The author, John Horgan, drew first blood by arguing that “evolutionary psychology, a modern instantiation of Darwinian theory, still provides justification for … Continue reading

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“Ultrasociety” by Peter Turchin

Paleo Retiree writes: The book’s complete title: “Ultrasociety: How 10,000 Years of War Made Humans the Greatest Cooperators on Earth.” A stimulating, clear, fast and provocative attempt to explain via the principles of cultural evolution and population biology how humans … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Al Sharpton, shakedown artist? Should female tennis players really be paid the same amount as male tennis players? A great post by Peter Frost about how globalism and antiracism prevent people from accepting the realities of evolution. I’d add … Continue reading

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Paleo Retiree writes: Paul Elam interviews JudgyBitch. Death by Butoh? The latest thinking about Neanderthals and us. Steve Sailer delivers a wonderfully concise HBD intro to race. JayMan gets ready for Nicholas Wade’s new book. Kids at many colleges are … Continue reading

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Eppur è Ancora Lì

Fenster writes: Used to be 2Blowhards was my first blog stop in the morning and Steve Sailer second.  After the shuttering of 2Blowhards, Steve moved to #1 and he stays there.  I like the constant struggle to see what is … Continue reading

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