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    My fault, skipped over the second chart ...

    My fault, skipped over the second chart




    There's a reference on the wiki page I3igAl linked to the closing gap in IQ between b/w in American children:...
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    You're covering two different things here. The...

    You're covering two different things here. The "unsupported by science" claim is about genetics as the cause, not that the gap exists

    I don't know where you are getting that >80% "of researchers...
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    I consider myself a progressive, but not in the...

    I consider myself a progressive, but not in the way its used by e.g. The Young Turks or Sam Seder ( The Majority Report). These people come across to me as the antithesis of progress.

    BRB...
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    https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/compiling.png

    https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/compiling.png
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    It's definitely from sep last year Is this...

    It's definitely from sep last year

    Is this what you meant to post? https://www.recode.net/2018/12/12/18134899/internet-broafband-faster-ookla

    The argument for NN is to pre-emptively protect a...
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    Why are you posting an article from Sept 2017 as...

    Why are you posting an article from Sept 2017 as evidence against NN when the repeal occurred in Dec 2017?
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    If you’re making this request client side, what...

    If you’re making this request client side, what api is it exactly? It could be that they support an auth bearer header or something similar and you can generate a unique signed token for each user....
  • It's an example of free speech that some people...

    It's an example of free speech that some people may WANT regulated, but that the government SHOULDN'T regulate. Because what you want to do isn't always what you should do, and acknowledging that...
  • No I am upset by their bias against...

    No

    I am upset by their bias against conservative employees. I think the diversity of ideas is just as (if not more) important than the diversity of ethnicities in the workplace
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  • It would if that's the message I thought he was...

    It would if that's the message I thought he was trying to get across.

    But I watched the hearing yesterday and he was pretty adamant about upholding Google's 1st Amendment right. So either (1) he's...
  • No, he didn't. He said he would love to regulate...

    No, he didn't. He said he would love to regulate the speech he finds deplorable, but that the government shouldn't. He then goes on to say he hopes the big tech companies take it upon themselves to...
  • Try Bing...

    Try Bing or DuckDuckGo or maybe Yahoo?
  • Says he would "love to regulate the content of...

    Says he would "love to regulate the content of speech" (in the context of conspiracy theories) but "it’s better that government does not regulate the content of speech"

    And somehow this means he's...
  • I don't see why YouTube should be barred from...

    I don't see why YouTube should be barred from cleaning up their platform. But I do think the centralization of the web is dangerous.

    There are some alternatives like https://about.d.tube/
  • The level to which they're willing to censor...

    The level to which they're willing to censor information from the public. Their Great Firewall and the suppression of that grassroots p2p network are just two examples of many. Perhaps as they become...
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    The findings of that study are not contradictory...

    The findings of that study are not contradictory to what I was saying.. I posted it after all.. The author came to the conclusion that male and female brains are not dimorphic. This doesn't mean...
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    Never said they weren't male or female. I also...

    Never said they weren't male or female. I also never said they show brain abnormalities. I suggest you try to understand the position of the person you're arguing with. My claim is that their brain...
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    The teacher was claiming that his religious...

    The teacher was claiming that his religious beliefs prevent them from acknowledging this person as a certain gender. That is their argument. I was refuting the argument by giving the example of a...
  • There are also a lot of advantages to densely...

    There are also a lot of advantages to densely populated areas: they tend to be more economically productive for example.

    It's reasonable for a large city to do anything it can to lower their crime...
  • More densely populated areas tend to have higher...

    More densely populated areas tend to have higher crime rates disproportionate to population size (i.e., it's non-linear)



    Lol ya, don't know why they didn't just link to the actual research...
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