Friday, February 10, 2017


Book I will buy the next time I have money:

Stuff I have read and want to comment on, but probably won't any time soon.

This will blow your mind.  It is hard for me to even comprehend this.  Almost 75% of newborns in Paris are tested for sickle-cell anemia.  Sailer goes into detail as to how the infants are screened-- both parents must be at risk, and to be at risk means coming from specific regions.  For example, he writes:  "All nonwhite Indochinese, East Asians, and Polynesians are not tested." In fact, I cannot properly summarize the article.  It is a must-read.

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