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10 Brilliant Women Never Ranked In All-Time Genius Lists- Madame Curie, Oprah Winfrey, Anne Wojcicki, for starters.

Updated on February 25, 2015
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Starlight is an evil genius whose neither evil nor dominating the world. But he's a good Dad who supports his family working from home.

Duh, genius lists should include women too, it's 2014 after all, but apparently this article needs to happen.

I never took a women's studies class, but I did study some awesome women in college, like Marie (depicted above)
I never took a women's studies class, but I did study some awesome women in college, like Marie (depicted above)

My Top Ten Genius Women Worthy of All-time Ranking

  1. Marie Skłodowska-Curie
  2. Joan of Arc
  3. Martha Stewart
  4. J. K. Rowling
  5. Hedy Lamarr
  6. Kavita M. Shukla
  7. Anne Wojcicki
  8. Saint Terese of Avila
  9. Oprah Winfrey
  10. Lise Meitner

Biased Rankings

I couldn't believe it, I went through an entire list of 50 geniuses and not a single woman to be found anywhere. That cannot be, it's not biologically possible. If human brains don't differ to such an extent comparatively... then it doesn't stand to reason. On average men have larger organs, and this may be an advantage. These ten women may or may not have huge brains. Whatever they were born with, they mastered their brains well enough to put the average man to shame. Every genius faces obstacles, and demolishes them one way or another.

It didn't take long to make this list of 10 I believe have been gender-filtered. An honest list of true geniuses, especially a long list, should include at least ONE and probably most of these 10 women, and at least a dozen others (suggestions, my dear readers?). Sure, my list is debatable, so let this long overdue debate commence.

1 Madame Marie Curie

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Madame Curie forced a re-consideration of physics and chemistry by the isolation of radium. She won multiple awards including a couple Nobel Prizes.She's one of the great physicists of all time.Old lady Madame Curie.Here is a rendering of Marie Curie in the early years of her scientific work.This is a look-alike if you wondered what Madame Curie would be like if you rubbed elbows with this woman-genius today. (just elbows, folks, let's keep this clean).Marie Sklodowska Curie was never a prisoner, certainly no prisoner of fashion.Her intellect stands the test of time.
Madame Curie forced a re-consideration of physics and chemistry by the isolation of radium. She won multiple awards including a couple Nobel Prizes.
Madame Curie forced a re-consideration of physics and chemistry by the isolation of radium. She won multiple awards including a couple Nobel Prizes. | Source
She's one of the great physicists of all time.
She's one of the great physicists of all time.
Old lady Madame Curie.
Old lady Madame Curie. | Source
Here is a rendering of Marie Curie in the early years of her scientific work.
Here is a rendering of Marie Curie in the early years of her scientific work.
This is a look-alike if you wondered what Madame Curie would be like if you rubbed elbows with this woman-genius today. (just elbows, folks, let's keep this clean).
This is a look-alike if you wondered what Madame Curie would be like if you rubbed elbows with this woman-genius today. (just elbows, folks, let's keep this clean). | Source
Marie Sklodowska Curie was never a prisoner, certainly no prisoner of fashion.
Marie Sklodowska Curie was never a prisoner, certainly no prisoner of fashion. | Source
Her intellect stands the test of time.
Her intellect stands the test of time.

What's Genius about Marie Curie

Marie Curie made the most of the time in history when the vast microscopic world had recently been discovered. While many so-called scientists still balked at the idea of tiny lifeforms everywhere, others hadn't yet wrapped their minds around the incalculable practical implications beyond microbiology. Madame Curie (I don't know why I'm inclined to use "Madame", it just feels right) belonged to an elite number of pioneers who investigated radiation. Their discoveries would go on to revolutionize the fields of physics, chemistry, medicine, and biology. She's one reason Polish jokes should just go away. This Polish woman pretty much destroys any premise of "Pollack" jokes.

Fictional Honorable Mention - Irene Adler. This Girl's a Genius

2 Joan of Arc

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So very young, she led military forces and garnered the attention of Kings during the height of the middle ages. Her mind proved so powerful it was dangerous to those who feared her.She proved strength and spirit could could lead a revolution regardless of gender.Who would have guessed a little French girl would shake things up to such an extent in just a few years.Her intellect would not have made a difference without the support of her strong faith and the power of prayer.
So very young, she led military forces and garnered the attention of Kings during the height of the middle ages. Her mind proved so powerful it was dangerous to those who feared her.
So very young, she led military forces and garnered the attention of Kings during the height of the middle ages. Her mind proved so powerful it was dangerous to those who feared her.
She proved strength and spirit could could lead a revolution regardless of gender.
She proved strength and spirit could could lead a revolution regardless of gender.
Who would have guessed a little French girl would shake things up to such an extent in just a few years.
Who would have guessed a little French girl would shake things up to such an extent in just a few years.
Her intellect would not have made a difference without the support of her strong faith and the power of prayer.
Her intellect would not have made a difference without the support of her strong faith and the power of prayer.

3 Martha Stewart

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This model was no dummy, she learned big finance early on. Eventually her business acumen would build a billion dollar empire.Clearly Martha Stewart was a dynamo from early on.She earned money from beauty, and grew it into an empire with her brains.When the looks were there, she worked it well.She had a lot on her mind besides modeling. I bet a lot of people underestimated her.She may have looked like a gold-digger, but this lady was on her way to becoming one of the first self-made billionairesses.Known best for her show, she went from model to homely home-maker. The images belied a keen intellect, and shrewd business acumen that could bust balls with the best of them.
This model was no dummy, she learned big finance early on. Eventually her business acumen would build a billion dollar empire.
This model was no dummy, she learned big finance early on. Eventually her business acumen would build a billion dollar empire.
Clearly Martha Stewart was a dynamo from early on.
Clearly Martha Stewart was a dynamo from early on.
She earned money from beauty, and grew it into an empire with her brains.
She earned money from beauty, and grew it into an empire with her brains.
When the looks were there, she worked it well.
When the looks were there, she worked it well.
She had a lot on her mind besides modeling. I bet a lot of people underestimated her.
She had a lot on her mind besides modeling. I bet a lot of people underestimated her.
She may have looked like a gold-digger, but this lady was on her way to becoming one of the first self-made billionairesses.
She may have looked like a gold-digger, but this lady was on her way to becoming one of the first self-made billionairesses.
Known best for her show, she went from model to homely home-maker. The images belied a keen intellect, and shrewd business acumen that could bust balls with the best of them.
Known best for her show, she went from model to homely home-maker. The images belied a keen intellect, and shrewd business acumen that could bust balls with the best of them.

4 J. K. Rowling

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The Harry Potter author is another billionairess, not only self-made but she went from poverty to riches by writing books for kids when reading was thought to be overtaken by electronic video games. She made reading cool.She wrote a book under a pseudonym to display the hit-or-miss aspect of the publishing "science". Harry Potter was turned down a lot at first. It's crazy, the world of publishing.Successful and pretty JK Rowling.Geniuses often intersect.She makes time for her fans.She is one of the great success stories - do what you love and never give up. She even had a child during the height of her lean times.
The Harry Potter author is another billionairess, not only self-made but she went from poverty to riches by writing books for kids when reading was thought to be overtaken by electronic video games. She made reading cool.
The Harry Potter author is another billionairess, not only self-made but she went from poverty to riches by writing books for kids when reading was thought to be overtaken by electronic video games. She made reading cool.
She wrote a book under a pseudonym to display the hit-or-miss aspect of the publishing "science". Harry Potter was turned down a lot at first. It's crazy, the world of publishing.
She wrote a book under a pseudonym to display the hit-or-miss aspect of the publishing "science". Harry Potter was turned down a lot at first. It's crazy, the world of publishing.
Successful and pretty JK Rowling.
Successful and pretty JK Rowling.
Geniuses often intersect.
Geniuses often intersect.
She makes time for her fans.
She makes time for her fans.
She is one of the great success stories - do what you love and never give up. She even had a child during the height of her lean times.
She is one of the great success stories - do what you love and never give up. She even had a child during the height of her lean times.

5 Hedy Lamarr

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This brainy bombshell was a golden-age Tinsel Town actress, mathematician, and inventor. You like your Wi-fi and  Bluetooth? You have Hedy Lamarr to thank.Proof that beauty and brains are not mutually exclusive. That's Hedy Lamarr. Proof for the ages.This look says she's laying it out and people are slow to follow along.Who knows what a genius is thinking at any moment, sometimes it goes so fast you'd never keep up.Being a genius can be frustrating, even for a beauty such as Hedy Lamarr.This chick got underestimated every day in the brains department, you know it has to be true.This look says, "ok, I'll explain it more simply for you"If hats were brains, this is Hedy Lamarr.How many iconic holywood bombshells hold patents?She's as beautiful as she's good at Math.Behold the beautiful inventor of Wi-fi and Bluetooth (at least the frequency modulation part)Just try and underestimate me. I invented wi-fi while helping the US navy navigate torpedos without being frequency-jammed.
This brainy bombshell was a golden-age Tinsel Town actress, mathematician, and inventor. You like your Wi-fi and  Bluetooth? You have Hedy Lamarr to thank.
This brainy bombshell was a golden-age Tinsel Town actress, mathematician, and inventor. You like your Wi-fi and Bluetooth? You have Hedy Lamarr to thank.
Proof that beauty and brains are not mutually exclusive. That's Hedy Lamarr. Proof for the ages.
Proof that beauty and brains are not mutually exclusive. That's Hedy Lamarr. Proof for the ages.
This look says she's laying it out and people are slow to follow along.
This look says she's laying it out and people are slow to follow along.
Who knows what a genius is thinking at any moment, sometimes it goes so fast you'd never keep up.
Who knows what a genius is thinking at any moment, sometimes it goes so fast you'd never keep up.
Being a genius can be frustrating, even for a beauty such as Hedy Lamarr.
Being a genius can be frustrating, even for a beauty such as Hedy Lamarr.
This chick got underestimated every day in the brains department, you know it has to be true.
This chick got underestimated every day in the brains department, you know it has to be true.
This look says, "ok, I'll explain it more simply for you"
This look says, "ok, I'll explain it more simply for you"
If hats were brains, this is Hedy Lamarr.
If hats were brains, this is Hedy Lamarr.
How many iconic holywood bombshells hold patents?
How many iconic holywood bombshells hold patents?
She's as beautiful as she's good at Math.
She's as beautiful as she's good at Math.
Behold the beautiful inventor of Wi-fi and Bluetooth (at least the frequency modulation part)
Behold the beautiful inventor of Wi-fi and Bluetooth (at least the frequency modulation part)
Just try and underestimate me. I invented wi-fi while helping the US navy navigate torpedos without being frequency-jammed.
Just try and underestimate me. I invented wi-fi while helping the US navy navigate torpedos without being frequency-jammed.

6 Kavita Shukla

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A practical Genius, Kavita Shulka has the curiosity that is a hallmark of genius.  From an "old wives home recipe" she extrapolated discoveries to really help solve world hunger. So what did you do in high school?You can be happy, pretty and smart. And start a company. And solve world hunger. Well, Kavita can. Way to go miss Shukla!A beautiful nerd, I wish there were more of her in this world, beautiful or not.Here is Kavita getting ready for a demonstration.This isn't her, but a look alike. I just included this to glamorize her because she deserves it.Here she is on a talk show. She founded a company that utilizes her invention that keeps produce fresh and avoids spoilage by at least 25%.
A practical Genius, Kavita Shulka has the curiosity that is a hallmark of genius.  From an "old wives home recipe" she extrapolated discoveries to really help solve world hunger. So what did you do in high school?
A practical Genius, Kavita Shulka has the curiosity that is a hallmark of genius. From an "old wives home recipe" she extrapolated discoveries to really help solve world hunger. So what did you do in high school?
You can be happy, pretty and smart. And start a company. And solve world hunger. Well, Kavita can. Way to go miss Shukla!
You can be happy, pretty and smart. And start a company. And solve world hunger. Well, Kavita can. Way to go miss Shukla!
A beautiful nerd, I wish there were more of her in this world, beautiful or not.
A beautiful nerd, I wish there were more of her in this world, beautiful or not.
Here is Kavita getting ready for a demonstration.
Here is Kavita getting ready for a demonstration.
This isn't her, but a look alike. I just included this to glamorize her because she deserves it.
This isn't her, but a look alike. I just included this to glamorize her because she deserves it.
Here she is on a talk show. She founded a company that utilizes her invention that keeps produce fresh and avoids spoilage by at least 25%.
Here she is on a talk show. She founded a company that utilizes her invention that keeps produce fresh and avoids spoilage by at least 25%.

Ted X Manhattan Kavita Shukla

7 Anne Wojcicki

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Anne Wojcicki is the founder of 23andMe which is taking the lead (and the heat) for moving health care ahead by using widely available genetic test kits to discover links between genes, proteins, and mountains of data to revolutionize medicine.Her google guy husband is a helpful support in her cause. Her company may be a key in solving thousands of nature vs. nurture questions. The data she collects could make family doctors obsolete. This is one reason she's being attacked.
Anne Wojcicki is the founder of 23andMe which is taking the lead (and the heat) for moving health care ahead by using widely available genetic test kits to discover links between genes, proteins, and mountains of data to revolutionize medicine.
Anne Wojcicki is the founder of 23andMe which is taking the lead (and the heat) for moving health care ahead by using widely available genetic test kits to discover links between genes, proteins, and mountains of data to revolutionize medicine.
Her google guy husband is a helpful support in her cause. Her company may be a key in solving thousands of nature vs. nurture questions. The data she collects could make family doctors obsolete. This is one reason she's being attacked.
Her google guy husband is a helpful support in her cause. Her company may be a key in solving thousands of nature vs. nurture questions. The data she collects could make family doctors obsolete. This is one reason she's being attacked.

8 St. Terese of Avila Spain

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St. Terese of Avila Spain had a razor-sharp wit, and just didn't see the reason for darkness in the light of faith. Her humor proves the point.One of the few female Doctors of the Catholic Church, Teresa of Avila was actually the first. In fact, she may be the first woman Doctor of all time. Her brilliance is evident in the simple elegance of her revolutionary intellect, now made official.
St. Terese of Avila Spain had a razor-sharp wit, and just didn't see the reason for darkness in the light of faith. Her humor proves the point.
St. Terese of Avila Spain had a razor-sharp wit, and just didn't see the reason for darkness in the light of faith. Her humor proves the point.
One of the few female Doctors of the Catholic Church, Teresa of Avila was actually the first. In fact, she may be the first woman Doctor of all time. Her brilliance is evident in the simple elegance of her revolutionary intellect, now made official.
One of the few female Doctors of the Catholic Church, Teresa of Avila was actually the first. In fact, she may be the first woman Doctor of all time. Her brilliance is evident in the simple elegance of her revolutionary intellect, now made official.

9 Oprah Winfrey

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This lady faced countless obstacles, and overcame them one by one to become the first self-made black female worth over a billion dollars. She did it with raw grit and a brilliant mind.Oprah's emotional IQ combined with big dreams and an awesome business acumen helped her build Harpo Productions into an empire.She became an icon of a shrewd, emotionally and otherwise brilliant mind whose insight is practically unmatchable in any day and age.Agree or not, Oprah is the first if not the best person to make the most out of a talk show gig by turning it into her "own" entertainment network. I've come to respect her more and more with time. She was and is an iconic genius of our time.
This lady faced countless obstacles, and overcame them one by one to become the first self-made black female worth over a billion dollars. She did it with raw grit and a brilliant mind.
This lady faced countless obstacles, and overcame them one by one to become the first self-made black female worth over a billion dollars. She did it with raw grit and a brilliant mind.
Oprah's emotional IQ combined with big dreams and an awesome business acumen helped her build Harpo Productions into an empire.
Oprah's emotional IQ combined with big dreams and an awesome business acumen helped her build Harpo Productions into an empire.
She became an icon of a shrewd, emotionally and otherwise brilliant mind whose insight is practically unmatchable in any day and age.
She became an icon of a shrewd, emotionally and otherwise brilliant mind whose insight is practically unmatchable in any day and age.
Agree or not, Oprah is the first if not the best person to make the most out of a talk show gig by turning it into her "own" entertainment network. I've come to respect her more and more with time. She was and is an iconic genius of our time.
Agree or not, Oprah is the first if not the best person to make the most out of a talk show gig by turning it into her "own" entertainment network. I've come to respect her more and more with time. She was and is an iconic genius of our time.

10 Lise Meitner

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Albert Einstein praised Lise Meitner as "the German Marie Curie". The second woman Doctor of Physics, she was one of the great nuclear scientists of all-time.Otto Hahn got the Nobel Prize while poor Lise Meitner was overlooked. At least element 109 was named in her honor. Here, the story of women lacking proper recognition of their genius continues. When will it end?Don't judge Lise Meitner for smoking. Lots of geniuses use stimulants to fuel their giant and active brains. Besides, when you get short shrift because of gender or anti-semetic or any stupid/unfair bias, you have to cope with that BS somehow.Here, the brains of the operation is pictured as if she is some lab assistent gopher who fetches things for the great Otto Hahn. Lise Meitner's brain was the elephant in the room. Better late than never, here's to you Lise Meitner, you genius!
Albert Einstein praised Lise Meitner as "the German Marie Curie". The second woman Doctor of Physics, she was one of the great nuclear scientists of all-time.
Albert Einstein praised Lise Meitner as "the German Marie Curie". The second woman Doctor of Physics, she was one of the great nuclear scientists of all-time.
Otto Hahn got the Nobel Prize while poor Lise Meitner was overlooked. At least element 109 was named in her honor. Here, the story of women lacking proper recognition of their genius continues. When will it end?
Otto Hahn got the Nobel Prize while poor Lise Meitner was overlooked. At least element 109 was named in her honor. Here, the story of women lacking proper recognition of their genius continues. When will it end?
Don't judge Lise Meitner for smoking. Lots of geniuses use stimulants to fuel their giant and active brains. Besides, when you get short shrift because of gender or anti-semetic or any stupid/unfair bias, you have to cope with that BS somehow.
Don't judge Lise Meitner for smoking. Lots of geniuses use stimulants to fuel their giant and active brains. Besides, when you get short shrift because of gender or anti-semetic or any stupid/unfair bias, you have to cope with that BS somehow.
Here, the brains of the operation is pictured as if she is some lab assistent gopher who fetches things for the great Otto Hahn. Lise Meitner's brain was the elephant in the room. Better late than never, here's to you Lise Meitner, you genius!
Here, the brains of the operation is pictured as if she is some lab assistent gopher who fetches things for the great Otto Hahn. Lise Meitner's brain was the elephant in the room. Better late than never, here's to you Lise Meitner, you genius!

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10 Most Subtract-able Male "Geniuses" to Boot to the Curb along with Gender Bias

Here are ten names who aren't worthy to iron the pink panties of the likes of the women on this list.

  1. Thomas Edison - Stole or bought many ideas and the career deserved of of young Protégé Nikola Tesla, the real genius of the era.
  2. Bill Gates - Making money is smart. Hell, 50 Billion almost makes him a genius, except he made famously wrong predictions about computers, and his company may have held back progress. Several great decisions in the 80's and super-perfect timing is mostly luck- for the same reason Phill Collins made millions singing covers of Motown hits - it's hard to fathom such a thing would be possible today, but a lucky few make crazy money from something simple but well-timed (hello Angry Birds).
  3. Stephen Hawking - Overcoming a disability is a big deal. His high IQ is semi-precious, his celebrity is a coveted amplifier, his degrees and qualifications are difficult for many to achieve. All are part of humanity; ubiquitous in civilization.
  4. Martin Luther - If he were to outsmart the Catholic Church, his brand of, well, Lutheranism as we call it today, is so different from the myriad of Lutheran divisions existing now. His devotion to Mary, confessions, etc. would seem more Roman Catholic than Lutheran. Meanwhile, the Catholic Church stands undivided. I really believe it is impossible to count the number of protestant churches there are. My conservative estimate stands at 60,000+.
  5. Charles Darwin - One cool thing about Darwin is his pet turtle just recently died at the age of 160. That's a cool fact, something to smile about Chuck!
  6. Brian Greene, poster-child for string theory.Mixing fact and fiction, he gives the impression of (false) authority. He is a seer of the multi-verse, a visionary with a message. Either you are smart enough to see the multiverse too, or you must be too stupid. Perhaps you are too religious, you can't accept science in the form of meta-physics, based on a godless universe devoid of morality, you can't... or won't grasp that the multiverse implies the insignificance of your, and you reject your own irrelevance. No, Brian, I reject unprovable hypothesis presented as Theory, almost fact by someone who represents it as the owner or spokesman of the non-testable idea. I'll accept it as a hypothesis. Even then I might still reject you as an all-time top genius, unless you develop the test that proves (or disproves) it, and face the outcome like a man, shutting down all the research arms wasting resources and grant money. Let it fund a worthy cause, or a different, more trippy, metaphysical imagination.
  7. The Devil's willing advocate himself: Dawkins, a master-debater, verbal masterbator, the darling of atheism. Richard Dawkins (on some genius lists) like Bill Mahar (not on the lists) capitalize on voicing disdain of Religion with visceral hatred. There's nothing genius involved pimping ancient un-provable notions (see modern pimp of un-provable notions: Brian Greene, and the next guy on the list).
  8. Al Gore, this guy is amazing, practically a genius for the all time greatest seller of small talk. For thousands of years, old men in barbershops ramble on and on about the subject of how's the weather. If the 7 - 10 day forecast is like as entertainment if you like horoscopes, fortune tellers, and trade stocks according to the emotional, irrational rantings of Jim Cramer's Mad Money on CNBC.
  9. Bill Nye the Science Guy. another celebrity "Scientist" in the edu-tainment industry. Bill Nye's celebrity translates to authority to others, but not me. Not on subjects way beyond the scope of his individual qualifications. I don't fault him for opinions, as long as they don't get mixed with facts. Either way, a couple patents and degrees do not a genius make. Gimmicky bowties and white coats work on kids and some adults though!
  10. The Mythbusters, mainly Adam Savage (whose edu-tainment "science" show I do adore). They make for interesting shows that investigate fun ideas with a little science and a lot of jokes. And explosions. What's not there is a principled adherence to the scientific process. Let's not pretend to be authorities who own science, it's Television, baby! Stick with the phrase "I reject your reality and substitute my own". That's what I admit to, it's faith and not science. Remember, you're popularity shares glory with Ancient Aliens on a similar channel. Mythbusters is fun, somewhat scientific at times, but always entertaining! It's scientainment! Almost genius, but boils down to great television.

What's the issue regarding these so-called geniuses as such? There's a danger in mis-appropriated authority. They are the reason skeptics like me who shun atheism feel like we're the only ones who object to unfettered conjecture of metaphysical ideas in general. Specifically coming from prestigious institutions seeking grant money.

If I'm losing you, pretend I'm speaking from the tip of a corporate pyramid. Imagine this is delivered for class credit by a crusty old tenured professor. Or it's a transcript from the Discovery Channel, and I have Doctor of Philosophy in something.


The last thing some researchers, inventors, and salesmen want is an elegant, simple, inexpensive solution - the product of a real genius. For them, mistakes and falsehoods presented as the latest, greatest, best solution is good business.

Non-geniuses always have the same old thing to sell, packaged up as the latest fad. Whether it's at the University as the required $200 revision textbook, a gadget or software that apparently works fine for a while, or the stale philosophy of either atheism or faith in untestable science.

I'm skeptical because conjecture presented as "scientific facts" are politically driven when both unprovable and accepted by society. Historically the truth is revealed, and the past ideas are either covered up, or an embarrassing stain on the institution. I refuse to sign on to foolishness motivated by greed, a crazy political idea, or somebody's personal philosophy.

If we believe it only happened in history and isn't pervasive today, then no wonder we buy into the nonsense these clowns are selling.

Recent events show us how bad we can be fooled in the moment. Textbooks and classrooms had pages about cranial measurements of people are less human? Doctors, judges, researchers, journalists and charismatic leaders cited "facts" in classrooms of 1930s Germany. The highest offices of civic and academic America made the same mistakes regarding African-Americans. The Japanese viewed "Gaijin" with superstition and superiority. Now their conclusions are considered bunk because the assumptions and methods were false from the start. Yet the same companies, Universities, and seats of power still wield influence today. They revised the laws, textbooks, programs, museum exhibits... pretending to be better than their predecessors. Unwittingly they fall headfirst into the same folly again blindly repeating history. Maybe if some of them were considered perhaps misguided, mistaken, or overrated, these people hailed as geniuses would have the self-awareness to improve their own direction. Maybe if we regarded women geniuses with the respect they deserve, we'd introduce diverse views into the picture. Here's some conjecture- I'm going out on a limb... employing genius minds of women helps society find better answers, better questions to ask in the first place, and perhaps even avoid potential fallacies. It's just a theory.


D. G. DeWalt





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