While I don’t have enough data to be statistically relevant (yet…) I can still see some very interesting trends from my Gay Cliques Census.
Here’s a preliminary radar chart overlaying Bears (red) with Cubs (blue). The solid line is “average” for the sample, while the bounds are one standard deviation above and below average.
If you fall inside one of these colours, you’re very likely a cub or a bear.
This graph tells us some interesting (if not obvious) things:
- Cubs are basically just mini bears. The average weight of a Bear is the upper-limit for cubs. The Cubs’ radar chart almost fits inside the average bounds of the Bears’ chart!
- 27 is the cut-off age for cubs. Yes, there are cubs older than this, but they drop off very quickly into bear territory.
- You don’t have to be very hairy to be a cub.
I need more data. What happens to bears that are older than 45? At what point do Cubs become Otters?
Please spread my survey to as many people as you can. The more data, the more I can answer!