“human biodiversity” watch

it’s nice to see the phrase “human biodiversity” pop up in unexpected places (i.e. not the hbd-o-sphere). here it is in slate (via steve sailer):

“Charles Murray Whiffs on Asians”

“The grand master of the Bell Curve is used to liberals pointing and sputtering at his conclusions. He typically pre-empts this by burying them with research — research they, the sort of people who believe that human evolution happened but that human biodiversity is a myth, sure have not done….”

there it is! used just like it was an everyday, ordinary phrase. i like that! (^_^)

still got a ways to go on google ngrams, though (click on chart for LARGER view):

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