Glass half empty

There has always been debate about a glass being with half full or half empty.
Which is correct?
Researcher Malcolm Smith has recently completed research with many half full glasses of water and beer. His finding was that when people were left alone in a room with just half a glass of water for hours on end, they drank the water. In 90% of cases the result was an empty glass and he saw a pattern.
He claims that "you're far more likely to drink half a glass of water than you are to refill it".
Smith claimed over another beer that his research proved that a half filled glass is considered to be half empty.
Despite this claim it will probably not truly settle the question of a glass being half full or half empty.
He does deserve credit for his dedicated research.


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