. . . just a brief note of appreciation for your review of Jensen's latest in the NY Times today.
Do you recall our meeting about 25 years ago, under Ted Puck's brokerage?
I hope you might get to N.Y. more often than I can enjoy getting to Colorado. If so, please drop me a line and see what we
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Human genome mapping; as pioneered for Y.W. Kan with HbS is going to clear up the inheritance of intellectual potential far
beyond what "psychometrics" ever can. I hope it will be understood that the main use of this is to establish the inte[
. . . ]tions that can make the genotype relatively less important.