Derbyshire on Wade’s A Troublesome Inheritance

Friday, March 14th, 2014

There is nothing breathtaking in New York Times science writer Nicholas Wade’s Troublesome Inheritance, John Derbyshire says — if you already frequent websites like VDare, InfoProc, hbdchick, or West Hunter:

Most people don’t visit these websites, though, and are raised and educated taking the SSSM [which declares race to be a “social construct”] for granted. To them, the facts that Wade’s book presents and the ideas it discusses will come as thunderclaps.

This is the “shocking” keynote of the book:

New analyses of the human genome have established that human evolution has been recent, copious, and regional.

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