Charles Murray Writes:
In my latest download of the numbers from NewsHour, I have 66,647 cases with complete and interpretable data, which I define as cases with zip codes for both age ten and currently; a current age of at least twenty; and a bubble score greater than zero and less than 100 (given the nature of the items, the 37 scores of either 0 or 100 are awfully suspicious). The distribution of these 66,647 is extremely close to a bell curve.
Full discussion is HERE:
See where you fall on the bell curve. Remember the lower the number the thicker the wall of your bubble. The higher number represents a thinner wall on your bubble.
My score was 66, well up the curve. I did not realize those summers working in the Wyoming oil fields could be such a bubble thinner.