From: Tim Norfolk <>
Subject: Re: You want racism? I'll give you racism
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Subject: Re: You want racism? Ill give you racism
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On Tuesday, March 6, 2018 at 10:01:25 PM UTC-5, Dutch wrote:
> On 3/6/2018 6:48 PM, Tim Norfolk wrote:
> > 
> > So, do you want to measure IQ by the standard tests at some pre-determined age? If so, you would
be opening a huge can of worms on the old nature versus nurture. I know that it is well-established
that it is both, but in what percentages?
> Using an IQ test with what sort of cultural bias? If you test someone 
> raised in a technologically advanced society using a test designed by 
> academics raised in that same society then it's obvious they will have 
> an advantage over someone raised in a poor part of the world who has 
> developed a completely different set of skills.


Umm, you were the one with this thought experiment, in which there is no cultural difference.