Again, you catched on to the word 'inferior' and I was a bit wary to use it for fear people would pick on that.
I don't get your argument about the Nobel Prize, really: http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/pe...rize-laureates
Guess what, the first twenty something countries listed there are composed, with the exception of Japan, of a majority of white people.
Per capita the statistics speak even a clearer language: http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/pe...tes-per-capita
The first ten countries are _all_ in middle/north Europe.
And here is another winning conclusion, from the Wiki page http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...obel_laureates:
'As of 2008, there have been 754 male Nobel laureates and 35 female laureates.'
And I bet many of those (probably recent) 35 are the result of overly political correctness, which is unfortunately pervading too many aspects of our lives and twisting our perception.
I'm not ignorant, I'm not even generalising, I'm just looking at facts. Men have better technical thinking, women are more feeling-driven. I don't know whether it's a good or a bad thing, it's just _reality_. Political correctness is humans trying to twist nature into their belief that "all people are equal". No we're not. Unless you're going to argue that men can bear babies.