Me: Very eccentric theoretical physicist, with training in biology and mathematics, and having eclectic politics. My IP is static, so it will do as a formal username. :) You: Likely here because I edited something in a way you do not like. Change it back, I will probably get bored fighting you.
I like Wikipedia, but I do not have the sustained drive to fight to the top of the wiki-food-chain or make consistent edits. Hopefully my edits are constructive (aside from my trolling of that one article, sorry about that). 184.108.40.206 (talk) 23:43, 17 May 2008 (UTC)
Sorry if I came across as unbending. I fully agree with your take on the situation. It's just that I've had my fill of editors who think that fringe scientists like Lynn and Rushton are actually mainstream (because they publish a lot), and who think that their view of "dysgenics" is the mainstream one. For being rather familiar with the subject matter of these two researchers, it is obvious to me that they are pushing an agenda of covert deprecation of Black people (based on purported lower intelligence). In any case, welcome to the article. We need more people like you.--Ramdrake (talk) 01:51, 18 May 2008 (UTC)