Reader Lawrence G sent us this delightful piece of DEI:

Rice University Course Catalog – 2023-2024 (

I do hope this is a classroom-only thing. I fear the results of applying this kind of political B.S. when dealing with dangerous chemicals and compounds. Although the idea of these idiots playing with sodium and chlorine to obtain “black salt for racial equity’ sounds like a worthy pay-per-view event.

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

9 thoughts on “Racial Chemistry: Because Molecules react differently depending on race.”
  1. “Students will apply chemical tools and analysis to understand Black life in the U.S. and students will implement African American sensibilities to analyze chemistry.”


    Didn’t they already do something similar with concrete and rebar at Florida International University?

  2. This is one of those classes that every employer should look for on a transcript. It’s an immediate red flag that said applicant is unqualified for ANY job.

  3. Chemistry, like math, is simply following the directions. No different than baking or cooking.
    Choose to do it differently, get a very unexpected and potentially dangerous result.
    It cannot, in any way, be influenced by social or political trends. Racism does not alter mathematical results. Growing up in the projects does not change the way atoms interact.
    This crap is nothing more than pandering to the morons.

  4. It’s coming. Hard and fast (historically). And there is NOTHING nonblacks can do to reason with them to stop it. So, buy more ammo.

    1. The problem is that this sort of rot may be far more widely spread than just Rice and a few others. Consider Harvard. Or the university, I forgot which one, that was doing this sort of stuff in their astronomy department.

      1. I just read that the University of Alaska is offering a one credit course on pronouns, and how to use them to ensure no one gets misgendered.
        Yes… a full credit toward graduation for taking a course on how to address someone.

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