brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Parse Tree parsetree at
Sun Jul 28 12:07:22 EST 2002

"John Knight" <johnknight at> wrote in message
news:BaT09.34163$Fq6.3319022 at
> "Parse Tree" <parsetree at> wrote in message news:CWp09.25669> >
> The most progressive scientific R&D is now in those two countries, and not
> > > the US, because American school graduates don't even know the basics.
> > > Because of this failure by our schools, most researchers and engineers
> IN
> > > THE US are now foreign-educated where they DID learn math.
> >
> > I disagree.  In the realm of computer science, Japan is relatively
> backward.
> > It's not as bad as the UK, but it doesn't rival Canada or even the US.
> >
> The price/performance of Japanese computers running Japanese software is
> that of American computers running American software, and has been for a
> LONG time.  The only reason Intel still holds an almost monopoly on PC
> processors is that we've effectively banned the wholesale distribution of
> Japanese chips.  If we hadn't done that, we'd be buying computers which
> one eighth as much per clock cycle, but we'd be buying NEC chips and not
> Intel or AMD chips.
> The jewsmedia LIES about this, and Americans blindly believe these jew
> mainly because they scored DEAD LAST on the 17 of 34 TIMSS math areas
> are necessary to comprehend the problem.

Evidently the Japanese market is ignorant that their Japanese chips were
better.  Otherwise, Nintendo wouldn't have an IBM processor, and Sony
wouldn't turn to them also.

Japan doesn't even have very many software companies.  Aside from Console
gaming, there's not much else there.

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