Unintelligent Models? (The Party Girl Syndrome)

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Unintelligent Models? (The Party Girl Syndrome)
Jun 21, 2014

Without going back and forth, in regards to nature vs. nurture...

...we are, at least, a good part nurture, a product of our environment...

Extremely pretty girls are usually less capable, than less attractive females:

1.) It’s a plain fact, since a very early age, extremely pretty girls have been getting things much easier, than less attractive females. Extremely pretty girls simply don’t have to use their brains nearly as much as a “plain Jane”. The brain responds, in some ways, like a muscle; the more it’s used, the more powerful it becomes. Conversely, the less it’s used, the weaker it remains.

2.) Choice confusion: Extremely pretty girls have a much higher incidence, as well as a much wider array of possibilities presented to them. It ranges from more men flirting with them, to more jobs available... better deals on cars, men in power just wanting them around, etc. Hence, many more choices available than a “plain Jane” has. Now you have a much less environmentally developed brain, with much more to choose from. Simply put, much more confusion, happening much more often, with much less developed processing ability available to work things out.

3.) Extremely pretty girls have a greater possibility of producing extremely pretty daughters. Genetically, although the mother might have been smart, it was not a given. The point being, it’s very easy for an extremely pretty girl to acquire a very successful mate, which in turn, can support a thriving family. As it’s not an evolutionary necessity for the extremely pretty female parent to be smart, the extremely pretty female offspring have a reduced probability of being smart.

4.) Extremely pretty daughters, of extremely pretty mothers, do not get the chance to see their mother solving problems with the same efficiency of a “plain Jane” mother. They are, in effect, taught from early childhood, they don’t need to problem solve.

5.) Each of the above, has been self-compounding for thousands of generations.

My query: What are some good communication tools and techniques for dealing with unintelligent models?

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