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Posted by: Mike on May 7, 2003 09:35 PMHmm, the only birth control method sactioned by the pope or something is the Rythm Method. Ya know, doing it in the back seat while the hip-hop is blaring on the 500 Watt speakers. Kills the sperm before they have a chance to reach the destination.Posted by: Rosyna on May 8, 2003 12:40 AM I've been around the world and seen that only stupid people are breeding, cretins cloning and feeding, and I don't even own a TV! Who'd have thought that wisdom comes in the form of one-hit-wonder Harvey Danger? Ah, well.Sadly you hit the nail on the head. It seems to be largely the really stupid people who have so many children. (Letting the pope dictate their lives, to me, is really stupid.)But let's not lose sight of the fact that just because any given person isn't above average in IQ doesn't mean they're worthless. The world has never functioned solely on the backs of smart people. There are lots of qualities more admirable than intelligence, especially because those qualities are by choice instead of genetic predetermination (to an extent, of course).Not that I don't hate the really dumb sh*# who screw everything up for the rest of us :)Posted by: amy on May 8, 2003 01:02 PMTalk of the ignorant masses is boring. Everyone thinkins they are smarter than the majority. The only thing your IQ means is that you were vain enough to look for proof. Let's see your accomplishments. Actions speak loudest. I'd rather be a creative idiot than an intelligent bore.Posted by: mikey on May 8, 2003 01:47 PMCompletely off-topic:The rythym method is not the method preferred by Catholics. It's the sympto-thermal method, which has a large basis in reproductive science and is used both to GET pregnant AND to prevent it. Google for it and read up.Posted by: codepoet on May 8, 2003 02:21 PMThe crazy part is that really intelligent people don't start wars. Really intelligent people built things and help people. So if successful and intelligent people run the world why do we have problems; Also if intelligent people are so smart why do they let these so call dumb sh*# get away with everything. For what knowledge or intelligent people don't think about what they create and how it will be used by others; or the so called intelligent ones. Just thing of it this way "we are not intelligent until we are all intelligent". Too bad we have all this knowledge already and still can't get it right. So keep on thinking it dumb sh*# that f*(! everything up.Posted by: anglus on May 9, 2003 11:58 AMin response to mikey. If you look at what Erik is saying, he specifically talks about ignoring IQ's and looking at actions. In his other article he talks about achievements of people like Einstein rather than their IQ. He only wrote this article in response to what someone else had written regarding IQ's. Read the article before bashing man.Plus just because I achieve a lot of things, doesn't make me more intelligent than an unused super intelligent brain of some other person. It just makes me of more use to the practical world.I'm sure that made no sense, so pardon me.Posted by: vinay venkatesh on May 9, 2003 02:02 PMAnglus, you're a bit off. By definition, the more intelligent people are going to be outvoted by the majority of the population, unless their votes (for elected officials or whatever) happen to line up with what the rest of the people want.And as for thinking of how it will be used by others - that's sure as hell not the point of research. Science is, at its core, about exploration. Thank goodness ethics are left in the hand of those who apply technological and scientific advances, because if scientists had to wrestle with that, we'd still be living in the stone age.This is not to say that scientists shouldn't consider the ethics of what they do - they should in certain areas. But all the time? No. Fire has been used to kill people, but early scientists just noted that it prepared food and prevented them from freezing to death.Posted by: Erik J. Barzeski on May 9, 2003 02:10 PMThe lowering intelligence worries me. Society surely reverses survival of the fittest by supporting the less able, so that they can breed - and often have little else productive to fill their lives.Another thought. Less intelligent people seem to be happier people I have found. I've got quite a few braincells myself, and find myself constantly dissatisfied, wanting more. Simpler folk do not appear to suffer from this.Posted by: Tom on August 1, 2003 11:15 AMMost of the male doctors I know have at least 5 children. Many of the female doctors stopped at 2. (I do mean physicians, not PhD's). Could this be a gender thing?A family next door was asked to move by the home owner after they added a set of twins to the litter. They already had 7 children living in a 3 bedroom home. He was a geek too, and a religious nut.Most of the people I know are computer geeks - and have no more than 3 children for the most part. Many of them have only 1. This seems to be a parallel for the intelligence versus breeding question.Posted by: Doris on December 9, 2003 08:16 PMDo you people have lives? Seriously though, this person has gone to some lengths to post this topic, and half of you guys are comming out with irrelevant responses and even trying to hurl vulgarities, just because you come from from a poorer background and don't know any better (shame on you anglus)Posted by: Borris and Morris on December 10, 2003 03:45 PMPost a CommentIf you have a TypeKey identity, you can sign in to use it here.Photograph of Justice Scalia by Jason Reed/Reuters.Christmas Sites SearchChristmas Search powered by FreeFindPaula DevicqObjective:Michael Bedard Kadinsky's Kat Band LithographEdition of 3506Shrek 23D Cinema Audienceunknown15.75 X15.75 14.00Mira SorvinoHappy Birthday:Björk(1965)Main Page | Back To Resources | Michael Bedard Art | Top Of PageFind it in a WorldCat libraryKelly McGillisNew!Red MirrorGlass Clock32.95PC CD-ROM Software for all the familyPackaging Formats Subject to Availability2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:A wonderful book for children and adults!, May 31, 2004Reviewer:Thomas F. 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