So, what are you asking me to do?<quoted text>
See, that's your problem, you assume while I post actual fact with cited sources.
Didn't you say you had an advanced educational degree?
Do you want the sexual orientation of every scientist who has observed SSSB in animals?
Do you want the sexual orientation of every scientist who has scratched his/her head and said, "We know SSSB exists in the animal kingdom, but damned if I know why."
Or do you want me to prove that only theories re: SSSB exist; that no scientist has definitively stated, "Eureka! I have discovered why some animals exhibit SSSB!"
I'm sure you understand that none of these questions can be answered.
Just because you found an openly gay scientist who opined about SSSB in animals doesn't mean that every scientist who has studied the subject has also disclosed his/her sexual orientation.
None of this makes any difference. Regardless of my educational background, I know enough about science to understand that there is a difference between someone offering an educated opinion and someone stating a fact based on expertise in the field.