Scientists can now predict a person’s physical appearance just from the person’s DNA, with astonishing accuracy.
However, those same genes apparently predict nothing about one’s personality. Continue reading Stereotypes and phenotypes
Three clips from the WBFF Fox 45 newscast of 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 1:
Continue reading Why racism?
I was strongly tempted to call out, “It’s cold in those bullpens![*] They’ll bring you a bag lunch.”
I’ve been there.
Continue reading “What did I do?”
09/25/17: The most clear-cut case ever of North Korea’s decades-old practice of (a) accusing the U.S. of some provocation that never happened, as (b) pretext for escalating their own belligerence.
10/11/17: North Korea appears now to have backed down from that stand. They appear merely to have completely misconstrued a Trump tweet. Other reports have indicated they find Trump’s tweets totally baffling and are energetically seeking help to make sense of them.
Which may make them no different from any of the rest of us.
(1) He’s in for, in the words of the Led Zepplin classic, a “whole lotta love.”
(2) The AP seriously misstates the situation, in saying this scandal may have destroyed Hilary’s candidacy. It did no such thing. For the first time ever, I am left to wonder how much such baseless assertions in the media affect our thinking.
Stereotypes have basis in fact.
At Messiah Truth, someone remarked:
I think the whole issue of race is downright silly.
I think it’s a question of what feelings and judgments get attached to it.
Continue reading Stereotypes have basis in fact.
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