Study: Human Culture Evolved As Testosterone Levels Fell

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Study: Human Culture Evolved As Testosterone Levels Fell

According to new research, the development of modern arts and advanced tools arose in human culture about 50,000 years ago, at the same time as levels of testosterone—the hormone linked to macho, aggressive behavior—began decreasing in humans. What do you think?

  • “Wow, just imagine what it must have been like to live in a world run by over-aggressive males.”

    Dana Swearengen
    Glove Fitter
  • “Don’t make me choose between the fate of humanity and my own virility.”

    Tim Dourif
    Gourd Farmer
  • “Sold! Let’s kill all the men.”

    John McShane
    Home Appraiser