The New York Times story discussed by Steve Sailer, below, includes this quote:
"There are clear differences between people of different continental ancestries," said Marcus W. Feldman,[email] a professor of biological sciences at Stanford University. "It's not there yet for things like I.Q., but I can see it coming. And it has the potential to spark a new era of racism if we do not start explaining it better."
Dr. Feldman said any finding on intelligence was likely to be exceedingly hard to pin down. But given that some may emerge, he said he wanted to create "ready response teams" of geneticists to put such socially fraught discoveries in perspective.[In DNA Era, New Worries About Prejudice , New York Times, By Amy Harmon, November 11, 2007]
I assume these "ready response teams" will be composed of former Clinton administration spokesmen, redefining the word "is, " that Iraqi who sold the CIA the WMD info, historians likeMichael Bellesiles, who taught that the West was Won without guns, Dan Rather and Mary Mapes, and maybe Jayson Blair.
They all have experience putting discoveries in perspective.