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Noah Carl
Exiled researcher interested in social science and philosophy
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Replying to @jordanbpeterson
The step proposed by Dr Cassey does not go nearly far enough. If he truly wants to support diversity in the workplace, he should resign and let a female academic take his place
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Noah Carl Sep 17
In a recent poll, YouGov showed respondents an image of 'Coffee Thyme' by Sam Gilliam, and asked "Is this image art?" Those who answered "This is not art" were significantly more likely to approve of Trump's job performance
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Neon Porter Taster Sep 17
Cancel not, lest ye be cancelled.
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ZUBY: Nov 16
Conservatives are more tolerant than Liberals. Full article by
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Noah Carl Nov 16
Replying to @clairlemon
There must be a lot of bigotry in the NBA
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Noah Carl Nov 15
"A grain of experience is worth a pound of theory" ––Lord Salisbury
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Noah Carl Nov 14
Will 'Northern State U' now be issuing an apology every time a famous person gets criticised by one of its alumni?
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Noah Carl Sep 25
In a 2012 paper, and Joris Lammers asked 266 Social Psychologists how willing they and their colleges would be to discriminate against political conservatives. Respondents answered on a 7-point scale from "Not at all" to "Very much"
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Christina Sommers 🧢 Nov 13
Journalists Against Free Speech
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Andrew Cusack Nov 13
So reassuring: the interim head of an Oxford college is trying to abolish saying grace and standing when the dons enter but the students are revolting in defence of tradition.
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Noah Carl Nov 13
Replying to @a_centrism
Professor Birney considers the hereditarian hypothesis "unlikely", meaning that he is in agreement with less than 20% of the respondents to Rindermann and colleagues' recently-published survey:
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Noah Carl Nov 13
Replying to @a_centrism
Professor Birney considers the hereditarian hypothesis "unlikely", meaning that he is in agreement with less than 20% of the respondents to Rindermann and colleagues' recently-published survey:
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James Thompson Nov 13
Experts, intelligence, race
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Noah Carl Nov 13
Excellent article by on the totalitarian impulse to prevent free association:
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Noah Carl Nov 13
"Many younger editors are more passionate about contemporary political struggles and take a narrower view about what they and their colleagues should publish." Interesting article about anti-Brexit sentiment in the publishing industry
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Noah Carl Nov 13
Groups of participants were asked to perform a series of IQ-type tasks, and were scored for their performance on each one. Average individual IQ was by far the strongest predictor of group IQ, accounting for around 80% of the variance
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Bo Winegard Nov 13
I wrote a response to my RationalWiki page because too many people were taking it seriously.
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Noah Carl Nov 12
"Many veterans I know who enter college are bewildered by what they see: students from the top income decile expressing derision for the values that service members signed up to defend." Great piece by
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Thomas Sowell Jun 13
The idea behind giving professors lifetime tenure is that this will enable them to speak out freely. But it would be hard to name any other occupation with a more cowardly record than academics, who have been giving in to politically correct campus bullies ever since the 1960s.
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Wrath Of Gnon Nov 11
Two nearly perfect streets in the Lusatian town of Görlitz, Saxony, Germany. Buildings right to the edge of the plot, no vertical sprawl, organic curved streets show the buildings off perfectly. Infinitely reproducible, maintainable: local materials, skills, crafts.
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