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Why are IQ scores dropping now and
what’s that mean?

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Posted By: SurferLad, 5/25/2019 2:39:02 PM

I knew it! You probably did too. People generally are getting dumber. Not anyone reading or writing this post, of course. But the world population in general. IQ levels inexorably rose during the last century, about three points per decade, according to established research. Now they’re not. In fact, IQ levels are actually in decline — and not just in Congress. According to a number of studies, beginning around the turn of this century, IQ test scores were found to be declining across Britain, Germany, Scandinavia, Australia and

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Reply 1 - Posted by: M2 5/25/2019 2:55:35 PM (No. 84184)
It doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to know why IQs are dropping. Our educational system does not teach analytical or critical thought. It does not teach mathematics. It does not teach English composition. It does not teach logic. It does not reward achievement and it doesn’t punish slackassing. What did anyone expect? Genius coming out of the current educational system? Compare the IQs of American students versus Asian students who are held to account. I defy anybody to deny that Asians are well educated and younger Americans are not, and therefore IQs differ accordingly. Just listen to the current crop of millennials, especially Democrats and liberals. They think that wearing pussy hats and taking classes on “women’s studies “and “ethnic studies“ is actually education. You’ve got to generation of IQs in the toilet.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: M2 5/25/2019 2:57:03 PM (No. 84185)
Make that, "two generations of IQs....."
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Reply 3 - Posted by: LadyChurchillUSA 5/25/2019 2:58:21 PM (No. 84187)
Marijuana and less meat. Two factors that are patently obvious.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: PostAway 5/25/2019 3:04:10 PM (No. 84191)
Just like the Industrial Revolution we are in a time of radically changing circumstances that we don’t fully understand. Children sitting behind screens of one sort or another for hours and hours per day and deriving the majority of their experiences from them cannot be a boon to intelligence. Much intelligence is born of experience. Also, fewer intact homes and the resulting juvenile depression may also be a factor. Let’s see a comparative study of the IQ’s of kids from intact homes and broken ones.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: Hermit_Crab 5/25/2019 3:19:51 PM (No. 84194)
Duh! Everyone knows that it is global warming and the rise of Trumpsterism that is having the deleterious effects on IQ. It has nothing to do with the propaganda distribution (educational) system, nothing to do with importing hordes of third world 'left-corner-of-the bell-curveites' and that the more intellectual people aren't generally reproducing enough to keep the averages up. /s
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Reply 6 - Posted by: DVC 5/25/2019 3:21:30 PM (No. 84196)
My mother taught us to read well before we went to any school. I read the newspaper with my breakfast every morning starting in the 1st grade. By the 3 grade, my advanced reading group, about 8 of us drawn from multiple 3rd grade classes, who studied reading each day in the library with a special teacher, completed the 8th grade reader half way through the year. I read voraciously, my whole life. My brother and I got a chemistry set, and a chemistry book for kids and we did chemistry experiments in our clubhouse in the back yard. We understood a good bit of chemistry a decade before we showed up in a HS chemistry class. We ate well, we were outside all the time, fishing, crabbing, reading about slings and making them and using them. We made bows and arrows from sticks. We made cannons with pipes, firecrackers and marbles. Today's kids sit around and stare at screens of junk, are never taught to read wall, struggle the rest of their lives, deprived of phonics by evil, stupid schools. No challenges, minimal reading skills, overprotective parents (who would let their kid play with chemicals today?), no firecrackers, nobody could have a bow and arrow. We had our own guns by 13, could take them afield alone to hunt and plink by 15. Kids are sheltered from life, they do not read much, they do virtual things in the computer world only. Little brain stimulation, little quality learning, shielding rather then challenging. I strive to make the second generation in my family buck these trends. Fortunately some of the parents (first gen) are helping, not hindering. Of course, drugs and poor diets, IN THE PARENTS and in the children cause harm, too.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Vaquero45 5/25/2019 3:48:43 PM (No. 84205)
A character in Philip Roth’s novel “The Humam Stain” stated “people are just getting dumber and more opinionated!” And it’s true.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: HPmatt 5/25/2019 3:50:30 PM (No. 84206)
How about playing with mercury when a thermometer broke? You could split it into globules, then they would recombine.... Great fun. Grandparents buying black cat firecrackers, blowing things up with them, holding them too long and your fingers would kind of tingle for a few hours. Jumping off the roof, throwing sticks at hornet nests, trying to kick that damned Shetland pony that bit my chest... Scars, tetanus shots, leeches between toes from the gully... Kids today are so sheltered.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: showmeagain 5/25/2019 3:53:28 PM (No. 84208)
Easy. Every progressive forfeits 50 IQ points to escrow only to be retrieved with conversion to a conservative outlook. No doubt this is the mechanism that is bringing down the average. Actually, the loss may be partly mitigated by conservatives more actively engaging - which obviously adds IQ points to one’s score.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/25/2019 5:07:00 PM (No. 84240)
Like … what's an IQ and why do I need one? Wait Y'all , let me Google that. K. So It tells me how smart I am? Hang on, Melissa just texted me. Oh, hell that old white guy in that car like almost hit me. So IQ means I almost got in an accident with an old white jackass? Hang on, Melissa's callimg back ...
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Reply 11 - Posted by: Strike3 5/25/2019 5:28:25 PM (No. 84248)
Who needs an expensive scientific study? Ten L-Dotters just hit on 95% of the answer. I can add that Mensa membership numbers have been decreasing over the past few years. Intelligent people know enough not to bring more kids into this deteriorating world while the bottom feeders procreate to get a bigger EBT card limit or have a few extra kids for when some of them shoot each other.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Newtsche 5/25/2019 5:59:40 PM (No. 84257)
Split people into groups and drill home to the majority that they're criminally awful and a stain on the planet. Shame is not a motivator.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Northcross 5/25/2019 5:59:47 PM (No. 84259)
The reason is simple. Low IQ groups have very high fertility rates, and "educated" society is having fewer and fewer children.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: udanja99 5/25/2019 6:07:12 PM (No. 84263)
8-10 hours a day streaming video or playing on one’s phone - none of it stimulates the brain. The brain is like a muscle - it needs to be exercised to work properly.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: MindMadeUp 5/25/2019 7:09:38 PM (No. 84278)
Cell phones and pot.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: NorthernDog 5/25/2019 7:11:53 PM (No. 84281)
Trying to figure out how stuff works or how to fix things probably increases IQ quite a bit. It wasn't that long ago that kids were working on their bicycles, building forts in the woods, making meals or clothes from scratch, or tinkering with that first car. Chemistry sets, Lincoln Logs, and playing Cowboys & Indians helped too. My impression is most of those activities are in sharp decline.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: konocti95 5/25/2019 7:17:56 PM (No. 84283)
That mean is the total of all the scores divided by the number of scores...but thats not important right now.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Muncsdad 5/25/2019 7:25:11 PM (No. 84286)
Exact reasons why childhood obesity has risen: Mothers working and not raising their children. Immigration from Mexico and further south. Crime—kids not playing outside. Video games. Common Core. Liberalism which denigrates minorities by excusing laziness, drug use and bad behavior. Useless college degrees (gender studies, etc.) Democrats.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: watashiyo 5/25/2019 7:36:59 PM (No. 84290)
Eat RICE!
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Chuzzles 5/25/2019 8:47:14 PM (No. 84312)
Leftists in charge of the educational system worldwide is why IQ quality is dropping. Just more proof that parents need to home school their kids.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: dovestar 5/25/2019 11:30:25 PM (No. 84346)
I can't argue with any previous responses but feel there is one more factor not mentioned. People have become separated from G-d; many young people know nothing of Him and the teachings of Christ. How much can one know being so disconnected from the source of all wisdom?
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Reply 22 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 5/26/2019 1:24:37 AM (No. 84371)
Let's see. Lack of quality education because so much time is spent with non-native language students, too many classes like sex ed and African American studies. Too many drugs because they all have ADD or pot or even alcohol. Adults can't even take the tests offered a hundred years ago. Hardly anyone has common sense anymore. Then there are electronics and the liberal agenda. Did they test home schooled kids ?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: Trigger2 5/26/2019 2:54:28 AM (No. 84391)
Why? Indoctrination instead of education. Drugs instead of psychiatrists. Pushing pot to keep them stupid. Invasion of mental midgets with a PHD in criminality. Libtards in congress. The AF releasing tons on chemicals in the air for the faux global warming BS. I could go on and on.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: franq 5/26/2019 6:02:49 AM (No. 84430)
Stellar, #10. I can remember when our kids were in HS, and it seemed all they did was bring home Xeroxed worksheets to complete. I'm thinking, "What do the teachers, errr, "educators" do all day long?" Not much, it turned out.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 5/26/2019 6:28:46 AM (No. 84445)
Must be that Democrats are successfully dumbing the Nation down by bribing the admission of their unqualified spawn.
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