You're just wrong brah. I know some very very intelligent guys (one who won the nationwide science fair for mathematically calculating how much energy is contained in the worlds' oceans and won a full ride to caltech; tons of peeps with perfect score SAT's; tons of peeps from the "fancy schools" like Harvard and Columbia grad schools) in every field and none of them have experienced rejection from girls based on their intelligence.
Yes, no evidence of your described phenomenon does not make for evidence of the phenomenon being false... But maybe, just maybe, you should blame yourself first before blaming others.
Girls like intelligence. They don't like someone who cannot talk about anything else aside from how smart he is or how awesome his field of learning is. I don't talk about antibody engineering on a date. Maybe you should briefly mention what you do, move on and ask the girl what SHE likes, what she is thinking about, etc. No girl (or guy) ever came home from a date complaining "all he wanted to do was to talk more about me and to get to know me!". So, go fetch.
Seriously, Wilt, check out the exchange turquoisepassion and I had up there. Fun, light, easy. And we're both pretty smart folks. And now there's a hot Asian girl who will totally make out with me on her next Colorado hiking trip, or when we run into each other in Austin. Learn, buddy!
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