Bonus fact: The weather up here is pretty much the same.
Tall people might be a little smarter.
There's a “moderate and statistically significant genetic correlation between height and general intelligence,” one study found. Other studies came to similar conclusions.
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And tall people are more likely to be leaders.
The majority (58%) of Fortune 500 CEOs are over 6 feet tall. And 38 of the last 43 American presidents have been taller than average height (5 feet 10 inches). Of course, it could just be that society is more likely to associate height with confidence and other leadership qualities.
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And, as a result, tall people also tend to make more money.
One study predicted that people who were 6 feet tall would earn $166,000 more than someone who is 5 feet 4 inches over the course of 30 years.
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Tall people’s reflexes take a ~bit~ longer to react.
That's because it takes a tiny bit longer for the nerve signals to travel to the brain. In one study, researchers found the signals slowed down 0.17 meters per second for every centimeter taller a person was.
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