Intellectuals did in fact embrace HBD–it just so happens that they ended up rejecting after generations of examination. Now you will hear many times how scientific racists say that we don’t know that the races are equal.
You’ll often hear the strawman argument of: Indeed, it’s impossible to test across different populations fairly, as one would have to compare populations of equal wealth, education, etc.
It’s like, “Dude, that’s so 1800’s.” Actually there is a difference between in the 1800’s and now, but we’ll get to that later.
I ran into scientific racism again with the Bell Curve by Herrnstein and Murray.), and during his time here, we had a few conversations online as well (see here and here).I had no idea that there were so many Asian American guys who were adherents of this internet HBD movement.More likely it’s a combination of environment and genetics.The real question is whether these tiny differences .In a multicultural society, these two groups of individuals will come together, far more often than an Asian male with a white female. Hell, there’s not much he can do against a beta Jew (BTW,this is not me, I’m 6-1 and athletic).Additionally, Asian female visual-spatial IQ=white male visual-spatial IQ, another reason why the two groups are so compatible.The Bell Curve wasn’t nearly as racist as people made it out–the race thing was only a small part of the book–but it was a turning point for the resurgence of the movement.Years later, I first saw the term “Human Biodiversity” years ago when I read Steve Sailer’s “Is Love Colorblind“–which pushed a common theory on why there are more AF/WM and WF/BM couples than WF/AM and BF/WM couples.Of course, we’ve had our own talks about Human Bio Perversity…er Biodiversity…on this site.We had an interesting podcast with an Asian American Human Bidiversisist (is that the word?