brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

RLW zzwindol at
Tue Jul 16 21:29:13 EST 2002

On Tue, 16 Jul 2002, John Knight wrote:

> "OhSojourner" <ohsojourner at> wrote in message
> news:ce660175.0207151511.1ffec2c0 at
> You wrote:
> > They may not have been celebrities, but they did make
> > important contributions. And FWIW, those individuals have accomplished
> > far more than you or anyone here probably ever will.
> I don't even buy that.  Their only contribution was a negative one.  They
> encouraged women to enter fields they could not possibly succeed in,
> initiated a worthless gender war, tore our social fabric apart, and doubled
> our already high divorce rate.

  This is your opinion.  It is not a fact.

> Just by not being that big a negative influence, ALL of the men on this
> forum accomplish far more than they ever did, every day.  On top of that,
> what you continue to ignore is that 400 men got patents yesterday, and the
> day before, and, ..., the majority of which are far more advanced, far more
> important to society and technological achievement, and require one heck of
> a lot more intelligence, than "inventing" a compiler that she didn't even
> get a patent for, half a century ago

  Oh I don't know about that.  You're a pretty negative influence.


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