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originally posted by: cavtrooper7
a reply to: intrptr
It's memory based..I still held at 115 in 2007 I haven't tested lately.
I didn't LIKE education or the institutionalization thing.
Just read a lot and Math is non existent.
The old joke was - What Darwin knew they made a book of. What he did not know they fill libraries with.
originally posted by: Gaussq
Isnt religion or prophets far more plausible with millions of subjective witnesses of Gods/demons/angels/ghosts etc and loads of end time prophecies coming true as we speak?.. That is at least something which can be tested against the real world development and all science should be proven in real world.
Evolution theory has flaws which cant be washed away:
- No experimental proof
- No witnesses, not even subjectively speaking
- Life comes from life every day always. A human is born from a human being.
- DNA mutation rates terminates any civilization very quickly.
- Prehistoric civilizations and prehistoric technology disprove evolution.
- Evolution spurts as evolutionists now claim as the explanation of missing transitional fossils means that they bow to the fact that there were multiple prehistoric civilizations... SO they even agree on it themselves.. A fish cant climb up on land because he will die...
- It doesnt make sense at all and goes against all logics and mathematics of probability and human DNA decline
Thanks for all your comments! Whoever has an open mind has a chance.
Notably, the biggest gains were in developing countries such as India and China, where there have been marked improvements in health care and education in recent decades. By contrast, countries like the U.S. showed much smaller increases.
The study was intended to test the so-called Flynn effect, the long-term rise in IQ scores identified in 1982 by James Flynn. The New Zealand political scientist showed that in all countries where data was available, IQ had risen by three to four points each decade since 1930. The increase, Flynn concluded, was largely due to improved living standards.