A new study which made me LOL a bit today not just because of the topic but because of some of the indeciferable language. The question before the researchers was: "Do men and women have a different sense of direction?"
In essence the study found that men tended to do better at getting to a destination because they used cardinal directions more often (North South, East West) while women usually orient themselves along a route to get there, for example, 'go past the hairdresser and then up the street and turn right after the store. Using cardinal directions is more efficient because it offers a more flexible strategy, according to the researchers.
Sudden inserts appeared in this story which I found funny because they had nothing at all to do with this topic. After a paragraph or two, you'll see a solitary line:
"Related: This glass could be as strong as steel"
Then back to the study.
"In ancient times, men were hunters and women were gatherers, therefore, our brains probably evolved differently. For instance, other researchers have documented that women are better at finding objects locally than men. In simple terms, women are faster at finding things in the house, and men are faster at finding the house." That is certainly true in our house.
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There is more info at the link, but it's back to the old "men and women are different"