Jamie Kelso, Jan. 25, 2011

January 25, 2011

Jamie Kelso talks about Professors Arthur R. Jensen, Garrett Hardin, J. Phillipe Rushton, Richard Lynn, Hans Eysenck, Raymond B. Cattell, Robert A Gordon, and Linda S. Gottfredson in his January 25, 2011 Jamie Kelso Show. All of these highly distinguished academics in the field of intelligence signed an earth-shaking full-page statement published on page A-18 of the December 13, 1994 Wall Street Journal. You can read along with Jamie Kelso here. Kelso also invites forum discussion of this momentous full-page at his forum here.

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One Response to “Jamie Kelso, Jan. 25, 2011”

  1. WWWM on February 1st, 2011 8:13 pm

    You have outdone yourself this time. I have tried to follow the “Bell Curve” controversy but I never came across this staggering document. I did not even know the great Hans Eysenck was a supporter of this thesis until a couple of years ago. I was really surprised that Nadine and Alan Kaufman signed on. Those two made the K-BIT brief intelligence tests, and their different versions, which are used widely to screen for intelligence.

    Number 18 is not fluff by the way. That statement is one of the most important areas of misunderstanding regarding genes versus environment.

    There are so many things to say about this article and its implications. Does this information redeem the ideas of William Simpson and Dr. William Shockley?

    This goes to show you have the best VOR show. Thanks for bringing this to light.