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The Science of Human Race, Part 2

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Published on Aug 9, 2012

There are a few errors in the content of the video... I had to rush the post-production editing a bit. I will annotate as I can. Some of the more embarrassing errors are misspelling governor and mispronouncing Tanzanian.

I've attempted to cite work on the slide in question wherever possible.

I think the question of why Jamaican sprinters do so well is a valid scientific question. Through it, I think we can also explore the idea of significant differences arising from population substructure.

I'll explore in more depth the question of IQ differences at some point in the distant future. For now, I'm a bit eager to move on to other topics.

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