The Richard Lynn intelligence test, which states that Asians are the most intelligent race in the world, is in doubt again after a South Korean man crucified himself in front of a mirror.
Richard Lynn is a Professor Emeritus of Psychology and is known for his views on racial and ethnic differences. Lynn argues that there are hereditary differences in intelligence based on race and sex. Lynn's psychometric studies were cited in the 1994 book The Bell Curve and were criticized as part of the controversy surrounding that book.
The South Korean man wanted to see himself as the mythical character Jesus Christ by elaborately reconstructing the crucifixion of Jesus. He placed a crown of thorns on his head and he was dressed in his underwear. He first placed nails on the cross and then drilled holes in his hands and he hung himself on the cross. He placed a large mirror in front of the cross so he could see himself crucified like Jesus. He slashed his side with a large knife to emulate the Christian fable. He also erected two smaller crosses to show the account of the two thieves that were crucified alongside of Jesus on the hill.
Nowhere in the bible did it say that Jesus was crucified with clothing. Only in medieval and renaissance artworks does it show Jesus crucified with clothing.
Any intelligent child can deduce that medieval and renaissance artworks of the crucifixion of Christ are the imaginary expressions of artist who try to construct what the crucifixion would have looked like and the artworks are not real depictions of a crucifixion that likely never existed.
The man crucified himself on Good Friday and his body was found 10 days later.
Christianity is the largest single religious group in South Korean.
This low intelligence seen in Christians living in South Korea can genetically be passed onto their offspring.