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Actually there’s plenty of evidence to the contrary. But if you listen to what stupid liberals think, you’d never hear the truth.I suggest looking into Thomas Sowell. One of, if not THE most well respected conservative/libertarian thinker of today.Time to learn the truth and stop listening to the stupid liberals and the stupid conservatives who play on the liberal moralizing emotional battlefield and learn some real facts.He’s got a lot of books which are very well researched. Black rednecks and white liberals, intellectuals and race, and discrimination and Disparities are 3 books that contain information relevant to what you said. They simultaneously debunk liberal leftist ideas while also debunking the ignorant responses that many conservatives make to liberal views.Just a suggestion. And you may have points that you think prove your view without a doubt. Thomas Sowell addresses anything and everything you’ve ever heard about IQ race children and so on and so on. Great stuff. It’s better to see the truth than to be blinded by politics.
What really works is talking to them like they are people.
Well that's not entirely true. Complex musical compositions being played on a regular basis can impact a babies development, and if they possess the gene for perfect pitch (there's MANY people who do) it will help develop it.
Do you have a source for this? Some study?Many reference a study done back in 1993 referencing this mozart affect with students before a test, however this effect was known to be temporary and controversial.
It's known that people in countries that use phonetic languages tend to have a higher population of people with perfect pitch, there's also a really interesting experiment done by Rick Beato (one of the big music educators online) that he did with his son. The kid has a pretty extraordinary level of perfect pitch and obviously has an above average intellect, he probably knows as much music theory as a first year college student majoring in music.