Today I learned that male pattern baldness evolved to compensate for the insulation effects of beards and thereby keep men’s heads from overheating. by whatilearned October 12, 2021, 8:39 pm Read more: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/BF00636601 What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote baldnessbeardscompensateeffectsevolvedheadsinsulationlearnedmalemen’soverheatingpatternTILtodayToday I learned See more Previous article Do the Ads on your Site Respect Privacy? Next article “Hello darkness my old friend.” 15 Comments Leave a Reply Is this why a lot of bald men rock big testosterone packed beards? Log in to Reply Bald and no beard. Thanks, Life. Log in to Reply I can’t grow a beard so does mean I can’t go bald? Log in to Reply Goddamn hipsters…. Log in to Reply What absolute bunk. Evolution is far from perfect and sometimes nature just hands you a gawdoffal shit-sandwich for no reason at all. Log in to Reply I knew I was just built different. Log in to Reply So, in short, Bald men are hot Log in to Reply Ok then explain the hats bearded men love to wear… Log in to Reply *Evolved* ICE PACKS DONT WORK Log in to Reply I like it. From all by baldness Log in to Reply Well i did grow a beard while going bald, so this checks out. Log in to Reply So wait, if I keep shaving my beard for the rest of my life, would my hair stick around longer? Log in to Reply I’m not bald and have a beard. Am I a mutant? Weapon X? Log in to Reply Makes sense native Americans usually don’t have facial hair but don’t go bald either Log in to Reply Makes sense because testosterone has that effect on both. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.