A revisit of the chosen people (the Jews)

From almost two years ago: https://gmachine1729.com/2017/07/13/the-chosen-people/.

After I sent this to a physicist, he responded:

I scanned that article a long time ago to see who you are
it is out of date just like my vixra article, because after UNZ showing that jewish achievement is way down now, there is no longer any question that the main reason is jewish people favoring other jews and lying and hyping all the time. you see it in academia all the time – and whites as well as asians slurp it up hook line and sinker. sad

This physicist is also quite obsessed with psychometrics and hypothesizes that verbal IQ is associated with self-deception, which also, according to him, is inversely correlated with autism/Aspergers. Sounds roughly right to me.

I wrote in response to his message above

I would bet JvN’s intelligence was also vastly exaggerated and hyped. Surely he was outlier in intelligence but the eidetic memory stuff and multiplying six digit numbers easily in his head stuff I now have hard time believing.

Genius tends to be exaggerated in biographies. That stuff doesn’t help for teaching young people. Much of the stuff in popular math and science books including of mathematicians and scientists is actually kind of a negative for actually learning the math and science.

The way to excel in anything is not to sensationalize it but to realize the simple and systematic ways and thought processes behind it. Once they are grasped there is nothing much more to it and they are straightforward. But you know many scientists for grants and misleading young people won’t do that and I would bet that Jews do more in that direction. I think Asians are probably the least in this regard though there are exceptions like Michio Kaku so they come across as uncharismatic/uncool. It’s uncool to say that there is actually a surplus of scientists (and engineers too in many fields) though it should be obvious if one examines closely. Jews are good at and inclined to hype and exaggerate especially in Anglo context.

His response:

yeah – the jews hype their jews that way – einstein was not all that clever either – he was not the one who first and best understood relativity, nor did he grasp quantum mechanics. the jews still today try to falsify the record on that – see the attachement – (did I send it to you – I just have it on this desktop for some reason)

That attachment I have uploaded to https://gmachine1729.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Winterberg0715.pdf.

I had also written to him:

I think it’s still pretty high at the highest level especially in academic research. They do have the advantages of access to older generation. But in terms of test scores and contest results and maybe grades too they’ve surely declined. But they can always say those don’t matter as much as research/work.

But yeah the Jewish social science people they need to go.

Relatedly, http://kskedlaya.org/putnam-archive/putnam2018results.html came out lately. While the problems do not involve any deep mathematics, they do require some cleverness to solve, and to be able to solve them under the 6 hour time constraint is even more impressive,. There are a total of 12 problem each worth 10 points. To place top 5 required 100, top 15 87, top 25 79, top 100 56, top 500 23, according to https://kskedlaya.org/putnam-archive/putnam2018stats.html. And there’s no subjective component. So it does say somethingThe people at the top 25 are almost all East Asian with a few whites (whose names don’t seem to be Jewish) and Indians, and almost half (if not more) of the ones on the honorable mention list are East Asian as well. Upon seeing this, my reaction is that the ethnic Chinese students are really bastardizing contest math now, turning it into ping pong.

My white friend who placed at least honorable mention on this contest multiple times once surprised me by saying “to be honest, intellectually, it’s East Asians > Jews > whites.” Before he said that, this was actually somewhat unthinkable to me. But we have more evidence that that he might be right.

Let’s see the Jewish geniuses with ton of hype in the media that I can immediately think of: Einstein, Feynman, von Neumann, Erdos. No doubt that these people were real geniuses but it’s fair to say what we’ve heard of them in the English media is exaggerated or at least disproportionate. That physicist similarly has said that Stephen Hawking is Stephen Hawking mostly because of his disability, and I would be much inclined to believe that.

I was talking today with someone a bit about AI, saying how that’s also overhyped, with a ton of bullshit propaganda. And on that, I could immediately think of Ray Kurzweil and Marvin Minsky.

The Jews were certainly quite dominant in science in the US from WWII on. There was a golden era of science during the Cold War, especially in theoretical physics, that many Jews shined in in both America and the Soviet Union. There weren’t very many East Asians in America during that period but there were some top Chinese who came to US before founding of PRC or afterwards from Taiwan/Hong Kong who did breakthrough work. Like Chen Ning Yang, Tsung-Dao Lee (1957 Nobel laureates in theoretical physics) and Shiing-shen Chern (Wolf Prize winner, revolutionized differential geometry). There was also Qian Xuesen who was high up enough to be a professor at Caltech and tasked with getting information on Nazi rocket technology from Wernher von Braun after surrender but he returned to China in the 50s.

Nowadays science is so specialized that it’s pretty much impossible to make a fundamental contribution as did the geniuses listed above.

The Japanese certainly achieved much more than Chinese in science during the same period and many if not most of their geniuses did in Japan as opposed to in the West. The name Michio Kaku was mentioned here, but almost certainly he’s not a genius by achievement though he was also born later. Many more people have heard of Michio Kaku than of Hideki Yukawa, Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, Yoichiro Nambu, Makoto Kobayashi, Toshihide Maskawa all Japanese Nobel laureates in theoretical physics who made everlasting fundamental contribution to high energy physics (I don’t actually know their work but I place enough faith on Nobel Prize here to make such an assertion).

I wrote that I much dislike hyping of science and of genius. Its not conducive to actual learning. Much of the stuff in popular science books is quite disingenuous and reading them I would say actually has negative value. Chen-Ning Yang has actually publicly said that the high energy physics party is pretty much over (the fruit has been picked and what hasn’t even if it’s picked can’t really be tested). He’s honest enough to oppose funding of this supercollider in China that is estimated to cost $100 billion. As far as I know, he’s never said serious bullshit that misleads young people, unlike many scientists after they attain fame for some breakthrough, and I much respect that. I’ve heard from a Chinese physicist that he has also privately expressed disapproval of Jews. I told this to my friend who was a student at top university pretty much run by Jews and his response was pretty much that very few people aren’t at least somewhat averse to Jews but most self-censor.

I also remember a Chinese scientist who knows high energy theory along with chemistry and biology regarding Stephen Wolfram’s behavior as utterly shameful and sad. He basically used his reputation and money to start a company making mathematical software that he pays quantitative PhDs like shit to make because he can and misleads the public into thinking he’s the genius behind it all.

Oh yeah as for (non-Jewish) whites, there are too many geniuses to name, who did more classic work than Jews earlier on in history. Newton, Euler, Lagrange, Galois, Gauss, Riemann, Maxwell, Lorentz, Poincare, etc. So maybe we have reason to be suspicious. Maybe Jews actually stole some scientific glory later on from whites and got away with it.

As for East Asians, nowadays, it’s so much harder to do real breakthrough work in math and theoretical physics as the low hanging fruit’s been picked, so it’s hard to prove anything through that. But there were some truly important results in the 20th century, and the Japanese had the massive advantage of starting earlier than the Chinese did. Tenure at elite university and prizes nowadays still mean stuff even if there isn’t as much scientific value in the work. Contest results might in some sense be a better indicator of raw talent/intelligence given how brutally objective they are. For those, there is the preparation component (though preparation clearly has limits, you do need to be a genius in ability to make it to the top). One could similarly say that genius level scientific achievement has a cultural and access component especially earlier on in history so those are even less purely meritocratic.

 

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