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IT is all over.
Chibnall and Whittaker look set to be the who abmination
on Doctor Who ever and that is while production is under way.
People denoucing DW for being a political proganda tool
instead of faily entertainment.
Are Trump backers leading the way?
The fights to A: Restore the male Doctor, and B: Force the BBC to stop
using DW and other programs to promote a left wing agenda.
Those are A) silly and promoted only by a tiny tiny minority, some of whom
have tiny tiny minds and
As opposed to an even tinier minority with microscopic to non-existent
minds that promote the PC loony agenda and the stupids that fall for
their brainwashing and propaganda.
Like Mike and Stephen?
Like all the PC loonies who fall at the lower end, the stupid end of the
"Dr Irwing, a senior lecturer in organisational psychology at Manchester
University, told the Today programme on BBC Radio Four the study showed
that, up to the age of 14, there was no difference between the IQs of
boys and girls.
But beyond that age and into adulthood there is a difference of five
points, which is small but it can have important implications," he said.
... As intelligence scores among the study group rose, the academics say
they found a widening gap between the sexes.
There were twice as many men with IQ scores of 125, for example, a level
said to correspond with people getting first-class degrees.
At scores of 155, associated with genius, there were 5.5 men for every
... Dr Irwing told The Times the differences "may go some way to
explaining the greater numbers of men achieving distinctions of various
kinds, such as chess grandmasters, Fields medallists for mathematics,
Nobel prize-winners and the like".
"We argue that a third hypothesis has been neglected: the female success
story is viewed from a “mean” perspective (i.e. based on gender
equality, on average). If the most gifted boys still outperform the most
gifted girls, the low rate of female students in mathematics and science
fields in higher education, as the subsequent underrepresentation of
women in the related occupations, is not so paradoxical."
"However for all three tests there were highly significant sex
differences in the standard deviation of scores, with greater variance
among boys: thus boys were over-represented relative to girls at the
lower extremes in verbal reasoning, and at both the low and the high
extremes for quantitative and non-verbal reasoning.
... Boys tend to be both the lowest and the highest performers in
terms of their reasoning ability. This has important implications for
differentiation and warns against the danger of stereotyping boys as
'underachievers'. The findings might also be one part of an explanation
of such apparently contradictory cognitive outcomes as the relative
excess of males with learning difficulties and the simultaneous excess
of males achieving first class university degrees."