Liberal moonbat Harvard University psychology professor, Daniel Gilbert, not only has little common sense remaining after years teaching students how to be little moonbats, he demonstrates a complete inability to research and read polls. His warped opinion, which he gleefully shared at the Happiness and its Causes conference in Sydney, Australia, yesterday, is that “marriage is a constant source of joy, but introducing children into the relationship will send your happiness in a downward spiral.”
Marriage, money and children were conventionally considered to be the cornerstone of happiness but such thinking did not stand up to scientific scrutiny, Harvard University psychology professor Daniel Gilbert told the Happiness and its Causes conference in Sydney today.
According to scientific and economic research, only marriage proved to be a constant source of joy.
Scientific research? Probably the same esteemed, “peer reviewed” science that still thinks micro evolution is a logical explanation for how humans got here, despite NO ONE, EVER having actually observed it taking place. This twisted thinking places a higher value on some lives over others and inevitably will lead a moonbat to believe unborn babies are not humans and children spoil happiness.
Real polls, not staged research studies by liberal scientists, show otherwise:
Jenny Tyree, associate marriage analyst at Focus on the Family Action, said it’s not about short-term happiness.
“In a Pew poll taken last July, 85 percent of people said that their relationship with their children was their greatest source of fulfillment,” she said. “I think that says more about the value of children to their parents” than Gilbert’s conclusions.
It’s common knowledge that evolution scientists aren’t even in the same game when they begin their research with depraved presuppositions. It’s the same with Gilbert’s so-called “research.” They begin with an anti-family presupposition and it’s easy to see how they could arrive at such a twisted view. Fortunately, evolutionists have been largely unsuccessful at selling Americans on their atheistic worldview and this likely won’t be any different.