Will You Still Need Me, Will You Still Feed Me, When I’m … 35?!

Canterbury University psychologist Satoshi Kanazawa lumps men of scientific brilliance and criminals in the same psychological boat, claiming that both dwindle in the creative stakes post-35 – typically sapped by marriage! Kanazawa gathered the ages of 280 scientists at the time of their major breakthroughs and discovered that – like criminals – most were at their productive peak during early adulthood. His theory? Men strive for success in order to attract marital partners – once a wife is snared, the drive to impress recedes. Kanazawa’s findings – which, incidentally, concur with his study of artistic geniuses – are to be published in the Journal of Research in Personality and New Scientist.


Tags: Journal of Research in Personality  New Scientist  Psychology  Satoshi Kanazawa  University of Canterbury  Washington Times  

Pagerie Kitting Out Pets in Designer Accessories

Pagerie Kitting Out Pets in Designer Accessories

Reports show that the number of pet owners in the US and UK increased after Covid-19, and that people, especially millennials without kids, are willing to spend more on pooches, shopping…