Category Archives: edenism

Some things don’t change

Hopefully the researchers have more sense than the reporters. The scene was a lagoon on the shore of Lake Turkana in Kenya. The time about 10,000 years ago. One group of hunter-gatherers attacked and slaughtered another, leaving the dead with … Continue reading

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Why they hate knowledge

Modern scientists and academics, of course. I was inspired to this possibility by Steve Sailer, who noticed that some PhD at Stanford is trying to purge nature/nurture from the vocab. You notice how the phrase “nature or nurture” is now … Continue reading

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