New research from the University of South Falls-Nebraska, has found that children of LGBT parents are more than three times as likely to win Nobel Prizes as their peers with one mom and one dad.
In-depth interviews with 1,283 children of LGBT parents showed that 89 percent felt they were "likely" or "very likely" to win one of the awards, versus 59 percent in a similar sample of children with non-LGBT parents. "Initially, the results were closer," explained lead researcher Dr. Kate Fabri, "but then a number of the straight parents came out and we had to recalculate."
Dr. Fabri denied accusations that she herself had been involved in many of those revelations. Her conversation with this interviewer was cut short, however, when one of the many toaster ovens in her office caught fire.