BEACON TRANSCRIPT – On the chapter about bogus research projects and wasted research potential, we are eager to bring yet another brain-teaser. According to a report that was written by a college student from Vermont’s Middlebury College, it would seem that Red Bull and Monster lead to high-risk sexual activity.
Before going over the specifics, here is the bigger picture. Apparently, a student from Vermont’s Middlebury College, an intern to be more exact, has published a report in The Middlebury Campus journal about the dangers of consuming energy drinks.
Myles Kamisher-Koch, an intern working at the college’s Dining services, stated in his astute report that consuming more than one energy drink like Red Bull or Monster can lead to deviant and reckless behavior. Furthermore, the student intern also pointed out that throughout his research, he has discovered a direct correlation between energy drinks and the urge to engage in sexual activities.
Based on his recommendations, Vermont’s Middlebury College decided to halt the sales of energy drinks all over the campus. Naturally, Kamisher-Koch was not the only one who thought that energy drinks are dangerous. In fact, there were many other who supported his theory and hailed the college’s decision.
However, that was not the end. We can only image the endless how many students rose to dispute Kamisher-Koch’s paper, calling out his research projection a knee-jerk reaction. His critics also declared that the student found out a correlation between several unrelated factors and twisted the evidence to support his claims.
But it would seem that the college looked kindly upon Koch’s accomplishments. Dan Detora, the executive director of the dining hall said that Koch’s study managed to stress out the nasty side-effects of energy drinks. Moreover, the matters really got out of hand when the college decided to quote a paragraph from Koch’s report about how energy drink addiction could contribute to alcohol abuse.
We are not going to go over on the subject of college students and sexual activities because it is a fact that speaks for itself. But we are inclined to point out the futility of a research project which tends to bend facts in its favor.
The same claim seems to have been made by Kathleen Miller, an addiction researcher from New York. Miller added that energy drinks alone cannot be related to high-risk behavior. She also pointed out that only those students who have a predisposition towards risk activity are more likely to consume more energy drinks.
According to a student intern, Red Bull, and Monster lead to high-risk sexual activity. Naturally, the rest of the students declared that this move on behalf of the Dining services was both time and money consuming because anyone can go to a shop outside the campus in order to buy an energy drink.