We May Be Getting Dumber Much Faster Than We Think

Signs That Humanity Is Getting Dumber - EatLiver

Maybe they're right that Trump's opposition is getting dumber
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But what constitutes distraction? Does the mere possibility that a phone call or e-mail will soon arrive drain your brain power? And does distraction matter — do interruptions make us dumber? Quite a bit, according to new research by ’s .

Theory of stupidity: We are getting dumber by the link.
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The use of standardized test scores as a proxy for actual intelligence is a lazy, misguided, classist and culturally discriminatory tactic that makes the jobs of policymakers easier at the expense of the future of our children. That said, kids these days are more jaw-droppingly stupid than ever before. We're getting it from all sides.

We Now Have Scientific Proof That People Are Getting Stupider
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