wow…Trump to sign executive order targeting anti-Semitism on college campuses Was this part of the plan. The Republican Jewish Coalition applauded the move, with the group’s chairman, former Senator Norm Coleman, calling it “a truly historic and important moment for Jewish Americans” and hailing Mr. Trump as “the most pro-Jewish President” in the nation’s history.… Continue reading Trust the plan, they said
Over the past three years, I was right about no increased civil unrest, Trump not being impeached [although the odds have increased in recent weeks], no Russian collusion, Mueller investigation being a dud, strong stock market, no recession, etc. I was also correct about the Trump not accomplishing that much, as I predicted in 2016-2017.… Continue reading The next 5 years: what happens if Trump wins
Evolutionistx asks how tall humans can grow. The tallest human for which there is irrefutable evidence is Robert Wadlow of Illinois, who grew to an inch shy of 9 feet tall, dying in 1940 at the age of 22 . The scope of Human Biodiversity encompasses more than just race and IQ, but also includes… Continue reading Maximum Human Height
The U.S. Economy Keeps Defying the Recession Odds It’s impressive how well the U.S. economy has held up during the past year. As early as 2018, leading indicators were suggesting a heightened risk of recession in 2019 or 2020. Then early this year the yield curve inverted, a traditional signal that recession is imminent (the… Continue reading The U.S. Economy Keeps Defying the Recession Odds
Many people who are held up as experts, especially in the field of cryptocurrency, are not that smart. They make glaring logical and factual errors. These are the same people who say to buy Bitcoin and that Bitcoin will go to $100,000 or some other improbably high target. The lower the interest rate, the higher… Continue reading These people are not that smart (why Bitcoin is guaranteed to be a crappy investment)
The SSL certificate is finally up. This means no more Chrome warnings, which presumably cost me traffic and readers. It’s so stupid and unacceptable how I procrastinated 5 months to do something that took 5 minutes.
The Chanda Chisala IQ debate rages on. Chisala’s argument hinges on the assumption that the GCSEs are a suitable proxy for IQ. The SATs, especially the pre-1995 version, are known to be a good proxy, which is why many high-IQ societies use pre-1995 SAT scores for admissions purposes, but are the GCSEs of equal or… Continue reading The GCSEs are not a good proxy for IQ