The intelligence–religiosity nexus: A representative study of white adolescent Americ

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    Helmuth Nyborg
    aUniversity of Aarhus, Denmark (1968–2007)



    Received 25 March 2008;
    revised 7 August 2008;
    accepted 11 August 2008.
    Available online 16 September 2008.

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    Interesting.

    I had no idea that there were so many people whose religion was TOTAL.

    I worship Shredded Wheat, myself.

    Oh, and by the way? the Mini-Wheatists are heretics.
     
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    So, RGS, I see that you have no refuting evidence. Your pathetic little neg rep only serves to demonstrate that not only are you completely lacking in intellectual capacity, but you yourself never did 'grow up'.

    How's this for 'growing up': if you think any of my assertions are fallacious, refute them. If you don't like the threads I start, don't read them. If you don't like reading what I have to say, don't read my posts. Don't sit there whining like a little bitch about anything you don't like and then tell someone else to 'grow up'. It's fucking pathetic. Grow a pair, take a bunch of your little happy pills and go somewhere else, or simply stfu- or just kill your damned self and get it over with.
     
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    good luck with it.
     
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    midcan5 liberal / progressive

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    At a certain point one moves from atheist to 'bright' or 'who cares' which may be the same thing.
    Hindu ? Buddhist? where do they fall.

    The Brights' Net - Home Page

    One criticism I have of this is so what? The differences are slight and they prove what exactly and they help how?
     

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