Have children’s I.Q.’s increased since lead was removed from gasoline?



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    Children’s I.Q. averages have been rising since the early 20th century, at a rate of three points each decade. This is known as the Flynn effect, and while its cause is not currently known, there is nothing linking it to the removal of lead from gasoline, which didn’t begin until 1973.

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