If all differences are environmental, why not radically change the environment?Yes, I want to radically change the environment. We have already changed our environment a lot. Thanks to that we now have more talents than people from previous generations. We are stronger, healthier, smarter and prettier than they were. I hope future generations will become even better. And environmental changes are making us not only better, but more equal. Differences in health, longevity, intelligence, literacy and so on are shrinking.
If all groups are equally talented, then don't unequal incomes prove the existence of widespread discrimination?Not necessarily. But they do reflect environmental differences. For example, people living in places and times with more economic freedom enjoy higher incomes than people living under less economic freedom.
If everyone is equally knowledgeable, then why not follow the most popular advice?If everyone is equally knowledgeable, why follow other people's advice?