A comprehensive study out of Oxford University proves that men are more evolved human beings than women.
Top scientists at Oxford confirmed last week what many have suspected for thousands of years: men are more evolved than women. The male Y chromosome makes men more “advanced” as a species than women.
“It’s a ground-breaking and definitive study,” said lead researcher Lloyd Linwall. “For decades women have asserted that because they are more emotional and more compassionate, they are therefore more ‘evolved’. However, the fact that they are so emotional actually makes them less evolved. Both men and women are evolving to a place where emotions become less important as coping mechanisms. Being highly emotional – is a de-evolutionary trait.”
Lindwall was quick to point out that the study says nothing about intelligence. “Clearly, women are at least as intelligent as men. That is unquestionable. We did not look at that metric. What we tried to determine is which gender is better suited for survival and which gender exists on a higher level overall. The answer was clear: men.”
The Y chromosome has advanced so much over the last 6 million years that there’s now a 60 percent difference between the male genetic code and that of chimps, our nearest ancestor. Women do not have this chromosome. And so, for the rest of the human genetic code, there’s only a 2 percent difference. “Do the math,” said Linwall.
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