Despite popular belief, an earthworm does not turn into two earthworms if you cut it in half. Just the front part lives; the cut-off back part of the worm dies. The reason we know this is because some scientist spent weeks cutting up earthworms to find out. But imagine if cut-up worms actually did regenerate into two worms like everybody thinks. Imagine the mammoth changes to society that would result if it turned out that constantly hitting the bong was actually good for teens.
Inside the Lucrative World of Female Muscle Worship - VICE
A few years ago, we ran a survey where we asked women to rate photos of male bodies to see which physiques they found the most attractive. Our results showed that the vast majority of women preferred men who looked strong but not overly musclebound. None of the male bodies were rated as being overly muscular. In fact, the most muscular body in the study was rated as being the most attractive. Back in , our survey results showed that women preferred the bodies of guys like Brad Pitt in Fight Club 1st , the celebrity personal trainer Bob Harper 2nd , and a bodybuilder from back before steroids were invented 3rd :. Men, on the other hand, assumed that the more muscular a man was, the more attractive women would find him. They guessed that Zyzz—a famous young bodybuilder who openly used steroids—would be rated as having the most attractive physique.
Women are attracted to muscular men: The year in ‘no duh’ science
By Daisy Buchanan. The spoilers for the hotly anticipated Guardians Of The Galaxy film were spoiled further for me when I saw pictures of the newly buff Chris Pratt. The actor is on the cover of the most recent edition of Entertainment Weekly, looking every inch the leading man , accessorising with cheekbones that could keep the rain off the windscreen of a Ford Transit, and a racoon.
Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. After Service. In a separate study, women reported that their short-term sexual partners were more muscular than their other partners. The researchers suggest women have fewer requirements for muscular men.