Now the reddit hive-mind is going against the results. Funny that the community usually considered mainly skeptic also believes what they want to believe.
It's annoying how anxious the reddit community can be to know answers. That study you linked had 61 participants which may be enough to drive further inquiry, but hardly enough to make conclusions about an entire population / sub-groups within a population. Science is generally patient about finding answers, but redditors are quick to jump on any preliminary results before they have a chance to be replicated by other groups and in other populations.