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This post was edited by E.T. at 2012-5-17 00:57|
freetofly Post time: 2012-5-16 20:01
The title of the post is: Success of Asian students: culture or genes?
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I thought your article was interesting: it seems to do a good job of explaining the cultural impact on creativity and innovation. But, I still believe there are also genetic factors involved which influence why Chinese are highly conformist instead of keeping a healthy balance of conformity and novelty.
Japan and South Korea are highly Westernized, yet they too have not even come close to inventing the kind of things Whites have, such as mathematics, sciences, original technological devices, philosophies, ideas, the concept of reason and logic, and other things.
Therefore, I think the best China will be able to do is be like Japan, if their environment is changed to improve creativity and innovation, but because of genetic limitations, they will never be as creative and innovative as Whites, unless the Chinese implement eugenics and transhumanism to improve their brains/genes.
But then, Japan does have a higher national IQ average than China, so China may not even be able to be as successful as Japan.
I'm not trying to convince Westerners about the importance of genes: only China. I want the West to completely ignore genetics.
These sites will make China strong: Neoeugenics.com, Eugenics.net, Amren.com, Vdare.com, Toqonline.com, Theoccidentalobserver.net