National Geographic has posted an article about a Princeton University psychologist that discovered that men view scantily clad women as sexual objects rather than using their higher thinking skills when looking at them.
Really? The university, its financial supporters, and grant monies invested in this research? Really?
Were any of them truly surprised with any of the findings? Are any of us sitting there, scratching our heads and saying to ourselves, "I did not know this. Wow. My eyes have been opened."
Princeton, I propose a project that would compare the effects of multiple variables on subjects, of varying mental capacities, ages, physical abilities, gender, social demographics, in a sterile environment, against a control group. I hypothesize that the process of turning on a light switch will affect each research volunteer and would like the funding to find this out.