Traditionally, British Sundays were a day of repose, dedicated to the minority who wished to go to church, on whose behalf the godless majority forswore pleasure, and dedicated themselves to uplifting literature and improving healthy walks. Mostly, it rained, and Monday was a relief.
For your proper entertainment, here is Emil himself, in full flow.
Biogeographic Ancestry and Socioeconomic Outcomes in the Americas: a Meta-analysis
Speaker: Emil O. W. Kirkegaard
Co-authors: John Fuerst
A meta-analysis of American studies reporting associations between socioeconomic outcomes (S outcomes) and biogeographic ancestry (BGA) was conducted. 41 studies yielded a total of 167 datapoints and 57 non-overlapping effect sizes. European BGA was found to be positively associated with S outcomes r = .16 [95% CI: .12 to .20, K=23, N=20,837], while both Amerindian and African BGA was negatively so, -.12 [-.18 to -.06, K=17, N=15,870] and -.10 [-.16 to -.04, K=17, N=24,142], respectively. There was considerable cross-study variation in effect sizes (mean I2=90%), but there were too few datapoints to permit credible moderator analysis. Implications for future studies are discussed.
Here is the full live version, in only 19 minutes, because Emil talks fast or, as I call it, “at normal speed”:
Much, much better than the box set you were thinking of watching.