Education has little to do with IQs; some, yes, but very little. Knowledge and intelligence are two separate things. You're born with intelligence, and though you can increase or decrease your IQ slightly, for the most part, you're stuck with it. Knowledge, however, is something learned. Going to school doesn't make you smarter. It just makes you more knowledgeable.
And, as said, most Asians descended from Northern Asia anyway--where it's cold.
White people are better long distance runners (pursuing prey through forests), blacks are better speed runners (trapping prey like a pack of wolves). Whites have stronger upper body strength (for things like tree climbing and firing arrows), blacks have stronger lower body strength (again, for running and jumping). This has nothing to do with race supremacy; this is just talking about how certain races have certain qualities to survive in their environments. I, for one, as a white guy, would rather be lost somewhere in Alaska than in the Australian outback. Why? Because I'm descended from the north, and I can survive the cold--because that's what my race was designed to do.
Stick me and a black guy in the middle of the arctic, guess who dies first? He does.
Stick me and a black guy in the middle of the Sahara, guess who dies first? I do.
Though, realistically, we'd both die eventually anyway, but that's beside the point.
Yes, I realize we were talking about IQs, I just tend to wander down rabbit trails when I talk.
Just look at this map. I can't promise you it's accurate, but most of the maps I'm seeing were pretty similar, so it's safe to say that it probably is.https://static.iq-research.info/20150809/img/iq_by_country.png
Notice how the blue gets darker the farther north you go? Except for Australia, but they're obviously from Europe.
Also, Indonesia--a place right on the equator--only has an average IQ of 87. Those people are not descended from the north. See my point?
Edited 3/2/2017 19:01:15