Tuesday, December 10, 2019

MIKE MCRAE - Your Environment Could Be Changing Your IQ on a Genetic Level, Study Finds

By ensuring the lower and underclasss get a higher quality of life, people can become more productive, brighter, and happier, which can increase economic output, reduce crime, drink, drug abuse, and save society money in the long run.

Poverty can set to a viscous circle which can run on for generations due to epigenetics, also known as gene expression.

These two mice below are genetic clones, but the vitamins and food they were given was different.


Our first few years of life play a crucial role in our brain's wiring. New research suggests our experiences might also be influencing changes in our neurons at a genetic level.

A 2018 study has discovered that when mice pups are neglected by their mother, it appears to trigger 'jumping' genes in their brain cells. This hints at similar processes in humans that could help explain the development of certain neurological disorders.



Your Environment Could Be Changing Your IQ on a Genetic Level, Study Finds BY MIKE MCRAE

9 comments:

Bob said...

So the race realists are correct?
Shit hole countries really do make their inhabitants dumb?

Matt Franko said...

“but the vitamins and food they were given was different.”

Yo it says the food their MOTHERS were Fed was different.... diet was THE MOTHERS variable...

Matt Franko said...

“and save society money in the long run.”

Right because as everyone knows “saving money!” is always a noble goal....

Matt Franko said...

It’s the TRAINING Bob... or lack there of....

Bob said...

Brainscans of Romanian orphans from the Caucescu era might provide interesting data.

Matt Franko said...

I can save you the trouble and let you know they would be under-developed due to lack of training....

You have to train... finger painting isn't training...

Bob said...

https://www.apa.org/monitor/2014/06/neglect

S400 said...

Shall we conclude that Matt has a serious lack of training?

Bob said...

Sometimes I wonder if Matt has been weaned.