There is absolutely no way I’m going to compare you favorably to Galileo. You are less than visionary.
And I didn’t call you stupid, just ignorant. You are smart enough to figure out where your argument is going wrong and ultimately fix it. I just don’t believe you will attempt to lift the veil of ignorance about this subject. Keep stereotyping people. You’re only betraying your own gender by doing so. I’m just not interested in this anymore.
Who dominates baseball, hockey, and the penultimate world sport: soccer?
Who dominates medical research?
Don’t rightly know. Pfizer? Merck? The Republic of Congo?
Who dominates machine assembly?
Who cares? What does it have to do with genetic intelligence or physical stereotypes?
And,for the record, for the past 20 years women have been pressured to get into math and science in this country. Can’t speak for other nations that may or may not be doing it, but in America they have been getting mega pressure because there are so few of us in those fields.
So you are freely admitting that in the past women have been discouraged from entering those fields and only recently have they been strongly encouraged to bulk up their numbers. Kinda proves my point that since the numbers of women in the field were limited so is your comparison data. Score 1 point for me. Thanks.
There are so few of us in those fields because we have to work harder to understand the concept then men of equal training and backgrounds.
Peddle that gender inferiority somewhere else. And quit insulting female Mathmaticians and scientists. Women have just as much capacity to understand those concepts as men. There are so few of you because of socially imposed gender roles and disinterest in the fields not because of intellectual deficiencies.
Just like there are fewer women stronger then men there there are men stronger then women.
Comparing intellectual differences to physical differences is apples to oranges. Cut it out. It’s a weak argument.