Thanks for putting up with this extended troll roast, everyone. And Gabe, before you point out that appeal to ridicule is a fallacy, you should know that ridicule done right can highlight someone else's logical fallacies.
Here's something you should think about, Gabe: I think I've got a pretty good summary about how you respond to arguments. Try doing something different.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD's asking for genetic data!
Response A: Change the subject to World of Warcraft and/or Wikipedia! (Thankfully he's at least learned not to do this anymore.)
Response B: Say that genetics is irrelevant, and that it's actually culture, like BD's been arguing, only instead argue that there's some metaphysical "blackness" about the bad parts of the cultures of impoverished nations.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD's pointed out that people are heavily influenced by culture and resources!
Response A: Pretend he didn't say anything.
Response B: Rant about responsibility, as if everyone is an island who can just bootstrap themselves up like one of Ayn Rand's Marty Stu characters.
Response: Pretend that there's some metaphysical "blackness" about a virus that just happened to start in Africa but affects whites just as readily!
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD's pointed out that it's a logical fallacy to assume correlation means causation!
Response: Declare that caring about logic is "telling."
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD's pointing out that anecdotes are inherently unreliable!
Response: Copy/paste stereotypical anti-science rhetoric from some psychic wannabe and replace "psychics" with "whites."
Stimulus: Oh, no! Something happened with Obama outside this blog!
Response: Assume BD worships Obama despite his recent complaints about his inaction.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD mentioned the Dark Ages!
Response: Pretend he never mentioned it, and never attempt to explain the cause.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD mentioned the advanced-for-its-time nature of ancient Egypt!
Response: Change subject to modern Egypt.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD acknowledges the crappy state of many African nations, but explains their problems as a result of bad resource distribution, culture, and myriad other non-genetic causes!
Response: Pretend BD thinks Africa is full of prosperous first-world nations.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD asks for me to use race to explain scientific progress in first world nations!
Response: Ignore the question or pretend it's obvious.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD explains scientific progress as a result of available resources, cultural, educational, and communication-related factors! He also ridicules me by pointing out that alternative hypotheses require that scientists have formed a conspiracy to lie about how science is done!
Response: Pretend educational institutions have nothing to do with science.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD pointed out that a person can't choose what ideas are in the heads of the people they grew up with!
Response: Pretend that culture is witchcraft because no one person is completely responsible for a region's culture.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD pointed out that if Asians were too stupid to develop modern technology on their own, they wouldn't be able to understand current technology or improve it!
Response: Use the word "stole" as if it meant anything in this context.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD points out that many of the black people he's met, who have had access to similar cultural and educational standards, act and understand the same things white people do!
Response: Pretend he's trying to generalize from them, rather than provide exceptions I can't explain. (Invert and repeat for stupid white people.)
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD points out that the racial differences I talk about shrink as legal, cultural, and educational differences also shrink, like they're doing in first world countries.
Response: Change subject back to third world countries where BD's alternative explanations are even more prominent.
Stimulus: Oh, no! BD's given me a post specifically for explaining my hypothesis in detail!
Response: Waffle on and off topic for a couple weeks.