One could argue that, depending on the the field, crystallized intelligence is more important for (non-research) STEM than fluid intelligence. >>213242
Okay. Provide some evidence that:
1) There is a direct causal link between certain genes and certain crimes
2) These genes account for a statistically significant amount of the causally linked crimes
3) These genes account for such a large percentage of occurrences of the corresponding crimes that it can reliably be said committing the crime proves one has the gene within a reasonable confidence interval
If you can't do all that, justify why compulsory sterilization is either a pragmatic or a morally correct response to serious crimes.
Furthermore, justify why a man who ordered the killing of millions shouldn't have been sterilized under his own moral framework. I can't think of many crimes more serious than those against humanity.