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The many contributions of John Fuerst
For whatever reason, John Fuerst created a bunch of different blogs on IQ matters, and posted a lot of nice content all over the place. At some later point, one or two of these were deleted (not clear to me). They also had silly names, so I keep forgetting what they were. So here's a list for myself, with highlights.
Human Varieties http://humanvarieties.org/author/johnfuerst/
Unwelcome Discovery https://z139.wordpress.com/
Race, genes, and disparity https://abc102.wordpress.com/
Occidental Ascent / Occidentalist https://web.archive.org/web/20150401183629/https://occidentalascent.wordpress.com/ Annoyingly, someone else made a new blog on the same URL full of irrelevant Indian content. But I think this one is identical to Unwelcome Discovery, above.
Many good papers could be written based on the writings on these blogs.
The many causes hypothesis Pure environmental explanations can take a few forms such as invariant X-factor, big environmental causes, and many small causes. This post reviews evidence on the latter.
Race, genes, & intelligence, part 2 A review of a lot of empirical content, some still not properly published as of writing this post! Includes a meta-analysis of hybrid studies.
Jensen Effect on Shared Environment Not only for H2 it seems. There is in fact a bunch of these studies, but they were never formally meta-analyzed and published as far as I can tell.
The General Mental Ability (GMA) of Black British Is (global) “race realism” still tenable? A gaping hole in the Master’s evolutionary theory Partially falsified More UK data — more HBD skepticism Examination of the curious UK data on the black-white gap. This is the same stuff that Chisala used years later. The matter is still not clarified, but when I get my hands on the UKBB data, we will obviously examine the issue. Will be interesting, even if the cognitive measures are crappy.
HSLS 2009 adoption and biracial data Some rather unknown trans-racial adoption and hybrid data.