Who cares? What's to prove? When hammering, women nail it

And . . . hammering in the dark!!? "On average, men were about 25 percent more accurate than women in the dark, women were about 10 percent more accurate then men in the light," Irschick said. Note, too, that nails were not used in the "testing."

The "than-then" mix doesn't enhance the reliability of the yahoos responsible either.