He said the best way to develop trends and categorize and match people are by crafting questions that split the audience. Businesses should always be open Rudder advises businesses to always let people know how they are collecting and using data, even if it pisses them off, you know, like explaining to unattractive people they’re unattractive.No matter the outcry over learning about how a company is using data, Rudder says it’s better than hiding it: “Vagueness and uncertainty can cause furor.” 5.
TBH, he probably wouldn’t have rated too high on his dating site’s 1-to-5 star rating system.
Or, who knows, maybe tons of people would have considered his fashion skills far superior to the standard business look.
As theoretical physicist and popular science author Dr.
Michio Kaku explains, this doesn't seem consistent with the evolutionary context of beauty: "[W]hat we want is healthy mates.
Same thing with testosterone: testosterone makes large necks and strong jaws and a lower voice.
That also means the person is fit; the person is healthy.
“I’m sure people talk about the Phillies, the Eagles and the Flyers more than people in New York.
‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’, apparently.
Beauty, for example, is a way in which we have of judging the health of another person. According to evolutionary psychology, the markers are for estrogen and testosterone, shown in the body by beauty and physical health.
For example, estrogen has estrogen markers: large eyes, small chin and thick lips.