21st century, the decision of IQ

In 2017, three Canadian experts launched a film about IQ and its fall. The film is based on a comprehensive study of the people of different corners of the world. Due to lack of attention, hyperactivity, autism is produced by endocrine disturbances, chemical substances present in the environment in which we live, are the conclusions of experts.

Studies began in 1990 and lasted till 2017. Conclusions are devastating. There is a decline in intellectual faculties. This incident has been recorded in advanced countries like Norway, Denmark, Netherlands, France, Germany. Contradict ably, this decline has not been recorded in less developed countries.


Although we live in a super civilised world, people are less intelligent, more emotionally comfortable than a few decades ago. Some researchers have put this fall due to a genetic mutation.

Stanford University researcher Gerald Crab tree says that a citizen of Athens who lived in 1000 BC, will have a great memory, a big horizon of ideas, more clarity of understanding the essence of things, the person living in the 21st century.

Experts have made a top of those factors due to which the intellectual faculties have declined. The first place is fluorine, a substance that is added abundantly to water. It has been found that there is a connection between the amount of fluoride and IQ levels in the body.

The second place is of pesticides used in the food industry. They produce significant brain abnormalities. Another study has shown that processed foods have a devastating impact on children.

In Norway, several tests have been applied to men until 1970 and 2009. In the twentieth century, intelligence coefficient increased by three points per decade. In the 21st century, the trend is declining, seven points per generation.

IQ is a measure of human intelligence. Most of us have average intelligence, an IQ of 100. Above 130, we are talking about gift giving. There is also a boundary intelligence in which the IQ value is 70-80 points.

IQ is measured using standard tests from the age of three to 90 years of age. The researchers studied 14,000 infants and found that those who had received more than 40% weight during their first four weeks of birth, at the beginning of their school, an IQ of 1.5 points higher than the average. The same situation was in the case of children who were with a large head circumference.

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