has made women more selective because of the scale being drastically tipped in their favor (probably 5:1 ration of guys to girls)...so much so that the girl that would normally be considered a 6 or 7 now THINKS she's an 8 or 9 from all the attention she gets.But our data suggests that, at least with the tools we currently have available, there isn't an easy fix for finding love', said Dr Joel.While online dating sites provide a valuable service by narrowing the field and identifying potential romantic prospects, 'they don't let you bypass the process of having to physically meet someone to find out how you feel about them,' Dr Joel said.Dating websites claim attraction can be predicted from the right combination of traitsm but a new study suggests singletons have little hope of finding true love online.Researchers found computer-based algorithms could predict who's hot and who's not — but it could not unravel the mystery of unique desire for a specific person.If you are not very attractive and have a good paying job, most women wouldn't even bother with you.
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The researchers used data from two samples of speed daters, who filled out questionnaires about more than 100 traits and preferences and then met in a series of four-minute dates.
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