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Nutty Professors: Men are Better at Physics Because Boys Play ‘Pee Games’

(RED ALERT POLITICS) — A group of Australian academics are claiming that the gender gap in physics (males performing better at the subject that females) can partially be traced to the phenomenon of “pee games” that boys often engage in at urinals during their youth.

According to Anna Wilson, Kate Wilson, and David Low, all of whom are physics professors at universities in Australia, the playful urination practices that young boys often engage in are actually making a difference when it comes to the advantage males have over females in regards to early exposure to physics.

Pee games, for those who are unfamiliar, range from simply seeing how high one can pee, to games such as “Peeball,” where men compete using their urine to destroy a ball placed in a urinal.

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