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WHATEVER HAPPENED to the stale and pale White men (Booo!!!!) who discovered DNA, arguably the most important scientific breakthrough in the last hundred years? They became universally respected heroes, right? The breaking of the genetic code gave us a paradigm-shifting new understanding of biology…
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The Marxists and PC-NPCs are taking over physics now — I kid you not. by David Sims TELL THE truth, lose your job. As it was with James Damore, and, some years ago, with James Watson, so it is with Alessandro Strumia. Strumia, a brilliant physicist, dared to tell a scientific conference that the feminist…
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Commentary

IN THIS VIDEO, writer and director S.G. Collins of Postwar Media examines the theory that the Apollo Moon landings could have been faked in a studio — either by Stanley Kubrick or by anyone else. Collins looks at the theory from a different, seldom-discussed perspective: Being an expert in video…
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Essays

by Kerry Bolton CARL GUSTAV JUNG (1875-1961), in founding Analytical Psychology did so as a break and a contradistinction from the psychological school of his mentor Sigmund Freud. The Jungian and the Freudian stand as the contrasts between the Germanic and the Jewish world-views in the realm of psychology.…
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Essays

by Tom Rowsell LEADING GENETICIST David Reich’s recent interview with Atlantic reveals so much about how the field is simultaneously challenging left wing narratives of history and science, and also being used to shape them. Since WWII, historians and archaeologists have disputed long…
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Essays

by Tanstaafl PROFESSIONAL anti-“racist” Gavin Evans hates that science keeps bumping into the reality of race. Is Evans a Jew? He certainly quacks like one. His latest article, The unwelcome revival of ‘race science’, begins with a recitation of the same old tired anti-”racist”…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IF YOU ARE NO longer young, you may have read as a child a book about the aborigines of the Western Hemisphere, who entered a new world at a time when the level of the oceans was lower and it was possible to walk across the gap that is now the Bering Straits. And you probably learned that those…
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Essays

THERE ARE many historical time lines of videoconferencing on the Internet. Most of these histories identify the AT&T ikonophone as the first working video phone. Although a milestone in its own right, it was not the first videophone as we think of them today. While the audio was two-way, the…
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News

A new study in the journal Intelligence indicates that viewers can, on average, sort the intelligent from the unintelligent merely by seeing individuals’ faces. Since both intelligence and character are largely heritable, it is not at all surprising that we can sense such traits by noting,
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims YOU GET THE right number for the age of the universe if the Hubble constant is 71 km/sec/Mpc. If that’s the case, then whatever we see in the universe that is observed to have a distance greater than 7.81054e+9 light years has moved, in the time that the light was enroute to us, to a point…
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