[...]#4 are not sufficient for picking an OS that gets no security updates, especially when there's readily-available alternatives that don't have this problem, and have free licensing to boot.
Is there alternatives out there that can run every XP program? Especially considering that legacy software is bound to be error-ridden and badly coded.
If there isn't, couldn't you easily be in the position that running XP is the least unreasonable possibility? Though I suppose a virtual machine running XP is marginally better from a security perspective.
You said about physical strength: "there is a bigger gap between genders than within genders". That implies that there is no overlap, and therefore you cannot find any case where a woman is stronger than a man.
I think the GPP meant "spread", not "gap", particularly since there is no gap within genders. In that case, it does not imply that there is no overlap.
Of course, testing to what extent interest is biological as opposed to cultural is even harder than testing whether ability is.
So, it could be that at least part of the reason we give dolls to girls and not to boys because they usually play much more with dolls, and that some of this preference comes from biology, not from society. However, culture could easily take such a preference and amplify it enormously.
if everyone used psychedelics like LSD and psilocybin responsibly (get a babysitter) they would be legal
Why would they? It seems that there are two ways for drugs to be legal: 1) They have a medical effect, allowing for FDA approval, and 2) They have traditionally seen widespread use in the western countries. Examples of this are alcohol, caffeine and tobacco. LSD used responsibly would fit into neither of these categories.
All in all, it isn't a great way to kill anything but rats, or people you can force to ingest things, or people you can get to stay in a non-leaking room.