Check out this propaganda piece in the Gray Lady: You Draw It: How Family Income Affects Children’s College Chances.
I drew it and they told me:
I did this without any belief in their tabula rasa doctrine and it was easy to do. I hold a more accurate picture of reality than the editorial and reporting staff of the New York Times. Low bar, I know. Alas.
Is it willful ignorance when the Gray Lady ignores, for example, a study of adopting parent income compared with randomly assigned Korean adopted babies See this follow-up post.
If you understand and accept the heritability of everything then the world becomes easier to understand. Still incredibly complex. Hard or impossible to predict a very wide assortment of developments. But many patterns become discernible once you accept that the genomes of all of our ancestors have been under constant selective pressure on genes that influence our desires, aversions, and cognitive abilities.
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