The latest scientific research is out, and now it can be confirmed: Men and women see things differently.
Well, thank goodness that mystery has been cleared up.
Although this particular study was conducted at the City University of New York (CUNY), I’m guessing the foundations for such investigations were laid long ago at the Institute for the Study of the Clearly Obvious (ISCO), which I understand is funded by the U.S. Department of Slinging Money in All Directions (USSMAD). This prestigious research facility is responsible for groundbreaking work such as “Why We Feel Colder When the Temperature Drops” and “Proving the Sky Is Blue.”
This latest study focused on how men and women focus. Specifically, it discovered that the eyes of men are more sensitive to small details and moving objects while women’s eyes are more discerning of color changes.
This reminded me of when my wife and I decided to paint our condo a few years ago. First, we (she) decided that the main room needed to be lightened up a bit. So off to the hardware store we traipsed, where we proceeded to look at dozens of examples of what appeared to be the same color of beige.