brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
ohsojourner at aol.com
Sat Jul 20 18:19:13 EST 2002
>"OhSojourner" <ohsojourner at aol.com> skrev i melding news
>>"Thalamus" <zhil at online.no> wrote in message news...
>>>"Jet" <thatjetnospam at yahoo.com> skrev i melding news
>>>>I do algebra just fine, much, much better than you. I'm not the
>>>>claiming that .75x=70% and .25x=30%.
>>>>You can't answer question H04.
>>>>As soon as I pointed these things out, you had nothing left but to
>>>>call me nigger, and post irrelevant stats.
> > I think that this can hardly be called irrelevant:
> > http://nces.ed.gov/pubs98/condition98/c9818a01.html
> > And I'll humiliate you totally, for read THIS:
> > "Average mathematics proficiency (scale score) by race/ethnicity and
> > 1973-1996
> > White Black
> > Hispanic
> > Year Age9 Age13 Age17 Age9 Age13 Age17 Age9 Age13 Age17
> > 1973 225 274 310 190 228 270 202 239 277
> > 1978 224 272 306 192 230 268 203 238 276
> > 1982 224 274 304 195 240 272 204 252 277
> > 1986 227 274 308 202 249 279 205 254 283
> > 1990 235 276 310 208 250 289 214 255 284
> > 1992 235 279 312 208 250 286 212 259 292
> > 1994 237 281 312 212 252 286 210 256 291
> > 1996 237 281 312 212 252 286 215 256
>>>Now, it seems that the nigger achieved as an 17-year old on par
>>>White 13-year old kids (IE check the numbers for 1973,1978 and
>>>1982). It seems that they in fact have achieved a little better
>>>those pesky 13-year old White kids later on, but the divide is
>><snip disturbed racist rantings>
>>Great heeber-jeebies, but you're stupid. Averages say nothing about
>>You say you're a Mensan? What else are you going to claim -- that
>>you're also Napolean lll from the Planet Zambodia?
>><snip rest of racist bigotry>
>Well, I do present in a consistent matter Main Entry: fact
>Etymology: Latin factum, from neuter of factus, past participle of
>You present, on the other hand Main Entry: 1bull<sum>shit
>Pronunciation: 'bul-"shit also 'b&l-
>Etymology: 1bull & 6bull
>Date: circa 1915 usually vulgar : NONSENSE; especially : foolish
Seems like you're really having fun with this new book you discovered.
Nice to know my tax dollars aren't going to waste paying for the
education program down at your facility.
>So, who wins ? I do, HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA !!!! What an idiot <shaking my
>head> - if you can't counter my claims, you end up resorting to
>Main Entry: 1ad ho<sum>mi<sum>nem
>Pronunciation: (')ad-'h-m&-"nem, -n&m
>Etymology: New Latin, literally, to the person
>Date: 1598 1 : appealing to feelings or prejudices rather than
>intellect 2 : marked by an attack on an opponent's character rather
>than by an answer to the contentions made
Looks like you did exactly that in your response to "Jet", bozo.
Please as your next word refer to "hypocrite" (hyp*o*crit) (noun)
>You see, this is important in the everyday life of a normal human
>being Main Entry: 1av<sum>er<sum>age
[snip for space; this thread isn't worth the bandwidth]
...And I further respond with: So What? Why Is This Relevent?
>Unlike you, who are
>Main Entry: de<sum>lude
[.. .snip for space...]
Your presenting of facts, figures and averages is understood.
....However: WHAT'S YOUR POINT?
>Websters dictionary is a wonderful weapon against you idiotic
Main Entry: ul·te·ri·or
Etymology: Latin, farther, further, comparative of (assumed) Latin
ulter situated beyond, from uls beyond; akin to Latin ollus, ille,
that one, Old Irish indoll beyond
1 a : FURTHER, FUTURE b : more distant : REMOTER c : situated on the
farther side : THITHER
2 : going beyond what is openly said or shown and especially what is
proper <ulterior motives>
- ul·te·ri·or·ly adverb
Main Entry: mo·tive
Pronunciation: 'mO-tiv, 2 is also mO-'tEv
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French motif, from motif,
adjective, moving, from Medieval Latin motivus, from Latin motus, past
participle of movEre to move
Date: 15th century
1 : something (as a need or desire) that causes a person to act
2 : a recurrent phrase or figure that is developed through the course
of a musical composition
3 : MOTIF
- mo·tive·less /-l&s/ adjective
- mo·tive·less·ly adverb
- mo·ti·vic /mO-'tE-vik/ adjective
synonyms MOTIVE, IMPULSE, INCENTIVE, INDUCEMENT, SPUR, GOAD
Both you and Mr. Knight are attempting to maintain that because of
these "averages", either the exceptional individuals must apparently
not exist; their feats and accomplishments are invalid for one reason
or another, or that it's dangerous to society to suggest that their
birth-group as a whole be allowed to have open access to certain
opportunities, privileges, freedoms and rights.
...So, in other words, you are trying to use these averages to justify
bigotry against individuals NO MATTER THEIR CAPABILITY.
Mr. Knight has even proposed there be legislation restricting these
birth groups from having the same equal rights and freedoms as men
(although I don't know if his proposals have extended to those of
certain ethnic backgrounds)
Of course, we don't need to worry too much that your plans will ever
come to fruition, because most of society recognizes when someone is a
stark, raving ...
Main Entry: big·ot
Etymology: Middle French, hypocrite, bigot
: a person obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her own
opinions and prejudices
- big·ot·ed /-g&-t&d/ adjective
- big·ot·ed·ly adverb
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