After one year and half of silence, La Griffe returned to the blogosphere with a new article. He tackles the scandalous issue that caused the sacking of Harvard's President Lawrence Summers. He mused that Harvard does not discriminate against female mathematicians, it is just that for some reason there seems to be fewer of them . Il Leone analyses the data and arrives to the conclusion that girls are different from boys and they prefer dolls instead of the meccano. Exceptional mathematical ability is inherited. Education and culture (in yellow) has little to do with it.
It is sad that La Griffe feels that he has to write under a pseudonym, for the samizdat, for a friendly public alone. The day of freedom will arrive and that day we shall erect a monument in the university, a lion's claw, and everybody will know whom it honours. The fact that there is an underground science in our days seems to me tremendously discouraging.