Research shows men are superior to women

Written by howy

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

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Recent research shows that the Y chromosome, which is what creates the male gender, evolves faster than the female genetic code.

In a chimpanzee study comparing humans and chimps it was demonstrated that the male Y chromosome was thirty percent different which shows males evolving faster than women.

In the future males will be much more intelligent and superior to women. Scientist suggest this is because evolution has chosen males as curators of females who bear human children. Males are larger and stronger and they care for the females and her children. It is only natural for them to evolve faster so they can be more capable of nurturing their females along with the children.

Lead author Stacy Chow offers some words of encouragement: The Y chromosome, which determines gender, is evolving at a speedy rate and it means men themselves are more evolved and Albert Einstein was such an example of the results of this speedy evolution.

Stacy tells women not to be upset with the fact that men are superior because men are an extension of women and evolution created men to unite with women and produce young that is like both of them and men that genes that posses, dominate and protect their females and offspring. Two minds are better than one and for every successful male there is one successful wife and several successful daughters.

Women would ask why evolution didn't create men and women in the same body. The answer to that question is that it would not be an efficient way to survive. In the primitive past a male would fend of predators while the female and young escaped. He basically gave up his life to protect hers. Females would hide with their offspring's while males would scout and hunt to bring nourishment to the female. Men don't hate females and they don't like to abandon them which should reassure women that this evolutionary supremacy is for them not for the body of a single, unmarried male.

Entire sections of the Y chromosome were found entirely different from that of chimps and humans.

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