Study Proving Humans Love Dogs More Than Other Humans Unnecessarily Obvious
NEW YORK - Scientists performed a study of human behavior, concluding people love dogs more than other humans, as if that wasn’t already the most obvious empirical fact of human nature and society.
“We felt it was important to gather data on the subject just to be sure our hypothesis was accurate,” began neighborhood scientist, Dr. Beth Hanson. “I mean, it seems obvious, but these things require documented proof.”
Lead researcher, Kristin Chan, a PhD candidate at Harvard, elaborated on the process of determining the validity of such a contention.
“We basically sat some folks down with similar personalities, gave half of them cute puppies, and the other half average humans,” Chan explained. “Within minutes, scans showed the humans with puppies were happy, while the humans with other humans were not. The experiment lasted about 30 seconds before the group without puppies broke into the room with the puppies.”
The study further attempted to determine which is preferable, cute puppies, or cute kitties, but the results were inconclusive.
Article by Louie Aronowitz - @louiearonowitz