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An artistic depiction of a collision between two planetary bodies that will form a new moon, while a pre-existing moon already orbits the proto-Earth The Moon was one result of these impacts; possibility of future cosmic disasters makes eugenics and Whites-only space exploration more urgent than
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WE ARE OFTEN told that ethnic diversity is a strength. Given this, we should expect that diverse countries are, in various ways, better than homogenous ones. Let’s take a look at how accurate this expectation is. To look at this question empirically, I used data on life expectancy, life satisfaction,…
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Rush University Medical Center The races are significantly different in almost every trait we examine, as medical science continues to prove. ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY experts at Rush University Medical Center, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Ann & Robert H. Lurie…
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Jeffrey Satinover Homosexuality and the Politics of Truth by Jeffrey Satinover reviewed by David Sims MARXISM TAKES many forms and uses many tools, and it has been at war with truth since its beginning. Whole professions which were once based on the scientific method have fallen to become tools of Marxist…
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by David Sims MOST OF the statements that are considered to be “racist” don’t assert that members of a different race are inherently bad, or inherently wrong. Rather, they assert that the other race is, generally speaking, inherently (via genetics) inferior. The most important…
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by David Sims THE QUESTION was asked: “The vacuum state contains fleeting electromagnetic waves and particles that pop into and out of existence. Atheists, something from nothing? Better than magic? Isn’t a consciousness (God) who created the universe is an even better explanation…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver THE PRESS has been trying to make a sensation out of a report by three scientists (race unstated), who jiggled their computer and made it discover that all human beings have a mitochondrial heredity derived from just one sub-human female who existed in Africa about 200,000 years…
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Sir John Franklin, naval officer, Arctic explorer (born 16 April 1786 in Spilsby, England; died 11 June 1847 aboard HMS Erebus near King William Island, Nunavut). FRANKLIN’S name is synonymous with Arctic exploration and the Northwest Passage. A respected naval officer and colonial governor,…
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IN A DISCOVERY that has been years in the making, researchers have confirmed the existence of a rocky planet named Proxima b orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our sun, according to a new study. It is the closest exoplanet to us in the universe. (ILLUSTRATION: This artist’s impression…
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As this 1979 article shows, it only emboldens them and gains you nothing. COWARDLY REACTIONS, no matter what their excuse, leave a bad taste in the mouth. Recently Steven Rose (pictured), one of Britain’s leading intellectual terrorists, practically ordered Arthur Jensen and Hans J. Eysenck…
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