Bigger testicles — smaller brains
A research team led by Syracuse University biologist Scott Pitnick found that in bat species where the females are promiscuous, the males boasting the largest testicles also had the smallest brains. Conversely, where the females were faithful, the males had smaller testes and larger brains.
I wish I hadn’t joined MENSA now, people might know the size of my veg.
It might also give crucial support to women who have always insisted that they are the brighter of the species. Having no balls what so ever ?
Does that mean they are super inteligent?
Doesn’t say too much for the blondes.. I wonder where they hide them.
You actually joined MENSA? Were they having a discount week? 😉
I kinda get the feeling that most MENSA members drive volvos and wear trilbys, but are really smart at answering a particular type of question…
And no, I didn’t get refused entry before, I was more shocked that I passed the entry requirements, and thought that any organisation that would include me, had to have flaws 😉
Actually, I’ve not really joined MENSA. I thought about it, but I can bet that most of the online tests that I’ve done are nothing like the real MENSA test.
wonder if the scientists from Syracuse ever thought about studying Essex in the UK…
Apparently, a large percentage of the bats were wearing shell suits at the time of the survery.
They also noted the high proportion of bats found in the boots of old Escorts, though these were of the lesser known baseball type. Those that had tags XR3i were not included in the survey due to the smallness of their appendages skewing the results of the survey