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Step 1: Look at mental skills/patterns that supposedly make you better at math or science (you get more Dawkins Points if you use a laughably small and non-diverse sample size, with a multiplier if you make up your own tests for any of these skills/thought patterns).

Step 2: Arbitrarily equate a range of paranormal and religious beliefs without trying to distinguish among them.

Step 3: When it turns out that people with those beliefs are more likely to be humanities majors, don't worry about any effects this may have on e.g. level of education in physics.