But what accounts for women's belief in astrology, which 35 percent say is "sort of" a science, as compared with 25 percent of men? Losh believes it's partly because "women are less likely to feel in control of their futures." But she adds that when it comes to pseudoscience, men may be just as clueless. "Researchers always ask about astrology, so women sound like bimbos," she says. "When they ask about time travel and other 'beam me up, Scotty' fantasies, men are more likely to be believers." So why are the Star Trek questions seldom asked? "Most researchers are men," cracks Losh. "They probably believe in time travel themselves."