Asians are once again embarrassing Richard Lynn with their latest brain fart. In the late 1970s, Lynn wrote that Asians had the highest IQ in the human race, but just recently more than 200 Asian children were found with elevated levels of lead in their blood caused by a battery plant near their communities in eastern China.
Lynn's research was cited in the controversial book, The Bell Curve and many say that his conclusions are on tract with much more respected Harvard researchers, but all these misguided illusions keep coming to light with every blunder manifested by the Asians.
Apes in the wild have a better track record of caring for their young than Asians, bringing people to reason that Asian intelligence may not be too far away from that of the world's great apes.
In their latest mishap, at least 23 children were diagnosed with suffering from moderate to severe lead poisoning and the children have been hospitalized. Some of the children are as young as nine months old and five more are waiting to be hospitalized after they were misplaced by their parents.
Officials at a children's hospital in Anhui Province said the children come from the township in Huaining county were two battery plants operate and lead processing occurs.